Lawmakers Get First Crack At Scott Budget Lawmakers got their first crack at Gov. Rick Scott's proposed $79.3 billion budget --- and the attached $1 billion tax cut --- on Tuesday, with critics zeroing in on the source of a large chunk of record education funding. Bill Takes Aim At Prosecuting Juveniles As Adults A Florida House panel on Tuesday approved a measure that would limit the ability of prosecutors to charge juveniles as adults --- as supporters vowed to press for further reforms as the issue moves through the Legislature.
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CBS4 Exclusive: Charges Dropped Against Cutler Bay Mom Pulled From Car A Cutler Bay mother caught on camera getting into a heated exchange with a Miami-Dade Police officer outside of her daughter's elementary school has had all her charges dropped. Train Strikes & Kills Man Laying On Tracks Miami Fire Rescue said a train struck and killed a man laying down in the middle of the tracks Tuesday evening.
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