Miami-Dade Nursery Protests Proposed Medical Marijuana Rule Almost before the ink was dry, the state's largest nursery is protesting a rule floated by health regulators setting up the framework for Florida's new medical-marijuana industry. Crist Campaign Gets Cash Infusion, Still Trails Scott Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist and his supporters were busy adding to the campaign's coffers in the last week or two.
Final Push By Republicans For Scott Christie Says More Help On The Way For Scott Fmr. Congressman David Rivera Loses Bid To Delay Ethics Case Court Keeps Arguments Over Redistricting Docs Open Foes Of Conservation Amendment Wary But Prepared Congressional Resolution Honors Slain South Florida Journalist President Vows To “Degrade & Ultimately Destroy” ISIS Lawmakers Approve Budget Report With Small Surplus County Plans To Place Fire Boats Back In The Water State’s High Court To Take Up Miami Lakes Mayor Dispute
State Suspends Some Standardized Testing For Younger Students Some of Florida's youngest students are getting a pass this year on a portion of state's standardized tests. This year the state's education department is suspending the computer portion of the "Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading (FAIR)"... Missing Woman’s Car Found In Miami There may be a break in the case of a South Florida woman who disappeared a week ago. Miami police have confirmed that they found 28-year old Tanya Gonzalez's car.
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