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Attorney General Pam Bondi, along with other attorneys general, is not laughing at a popular retailer’s housewares line made to look like prescription bottles.
The upcoming year’s state budget surplus will turn into a windfall for social services programs. The new 2013-14 budget provides new money to many programs for the first time in five years.
When it comes to what Florida spends on its students the state doesn’t make the grade, according to data compiled by the U.S. Census.
In an effort to avoid the long lines and days of counting delays experienced during the 2012 presidential election, Gov. Rick Scott has signed a bill which will allow elections supervisors to expand early voting days and sites.
As Governor Rick Scott signed the state’s $74.1 billion spending plan on Monday, he also used his veto power on a total of $368 million in spending projects.
In a return to primitive election tabulation, North Miami candidates painstakingly hand counted almost 7,000 ballots Monday.
- Miami-Dade Scores Big Share Of State Dollars CBS4–2013/05/20
- Gov. Scott Signing Death Warrants At Stepped Up Pace 2013/05/20
- Gov. Scott Signs Budget, Vetoes Tuition Hikes CBS4–2013/05/20
- Gov. Scott To Veto Tuition Increase 2013/05/19