In The News: Witness Shot Before Trial, Florida GI Bill Signed, Georgia’s New Gun Law, Live Oak Trails Coming Soon

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Florida Democrats talk about living on the minimum wage for a week – Last week, some Florida Democrats took “The Minimum Wage Challenge,” a week-long attempt to live on what a minimum wage worker earns. Two Democrats have filed legislation […]

In The News: MTPO Compromises Future Of 34th Street, Florida Debates Gun Laws Tuesday, Russians To Join Syria, House Republicans Extend Fight Over Leadership,

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In The News: Man Found Dead On Ocala Tracks; Gov. Scott Reappoints Six, Fills Five Other Seats; Debate On Cuba Relations In Tampa Tonight; Flooding In South Carolina Kills Five

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In the News: Baby Drinks Mother’s Methadone, Details Revealed about Oregon Shooter, Deputy Shot During Traffic Stop, Hurricane Joaquin Causes Flood Concerns

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Joaquin Passes Over Bahamas, Gov. Scott Denies Plea, Florida Senate May Drop Confederate Flag, Russian Airstrikes Under Scrutiny

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