Mar
23

Florida’s State Employees are Preparing for Climate Change, Even as Their … – The New Republic


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Florida’s State Employees are Preparing for Climate Change, Even as Their
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Rick Scott to get away with this for the past four years. But perhaps it’s also comforting. The employees I’ve found during my reporting are nonetheless the ones doing the long thinking, working to address the effects of climate change, even as they
Awkward: Watch as Florida lawmaker mocks Rick Scott official for refusing to Raw Story
Man given mental evaluation for ignoring Rick Scott’s insane climate change policyDeath and Taxes
Florida official struggles not to say “climate change” in painfully awkward videoSalon
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Mar
22

Awkward: Watch as Florida lawmaker mocks Rick Scott official for refusing to … – Raw Story


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Awkward: Watch as Florida lawmaker mocks Rick Scott official for refusing to
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A smiling Florida state senator mocked a state official after attempting to get him the say “climate change,” a term reportedly banned by Gov. Rick Scott. Appearing before a Senate budget subcommittee, Director of the Florida Division of Emergency …
Florida’s State Employees are Preparing for Climate Change, Even as Their The New Republic
Climate change? Not in Gov. Rick Scott’s administration ? stillTampabay.com
Man given mental evaluation for ignoring Rick Scott’s insane climate change policyDeath and Taxes
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Mar
22

Gov. Rick Scott and DOT reject talk of gas tax increase despite transportation … – MiamiHerald.com


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Gov. Rick Scott and DOT reject talk of gas tax increase despite transportation
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“I strongly urge Congress not to raise the federal gas tax or any tax and instead come up with innovative solutions to fund priorities as we have done in Florida,” Gov. Rick Scott said in January as he urged the nation to follow Florida’s lead in
Florida House releases nearly $76.2 billion spending planJackson County Floridan

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Mar
22

Gov. Rick Scott and DOT reject talk of gas tax increase despite transportation … – Bradenton Herald

Gov. Rick Scott and DOT reject talk of gas tax increase despite transportation
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Rick Scott said in January as he urged the nation to follow Florida’s lead in financing a “world class” system while cutting taxes. Left unmentioned in Scott’s statement is that his state relies heavily on a federal trust fund that is nearly insolvent

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Mar
22

Rick Scott: Celebrate ‘Cut My Taxes Week’ – Florida Today


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Rick Scott: Celebrate ‘Cut My Taxes Week’
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Florida is an exceptional place, and we are working every day to make our state the global destination for jobs. In the last four years, we have worked hard to turn our economy around by cutting taxes and creating an environment where our private
Guest commentary: Gov. Scott says let Floridians spend their own moneyNaples Daily News

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Mar
22

Gov. Rick Scott’s tax cuts and education spending at risk in House and Senate … – Tampabay.com


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Gov. Rick Scott’s tax cuts and education spending at risk in House and Senate
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Lee’s counterpart in the House, Rep. Richard Corcoran, R-Trinity, has not included Medicaid expansion or LIP money in the House’s $76.2 billion budget, which is $4.3 billion less than the Senate’s. Subsequently, he said the House has plenty to match
A tale of two budget proposals leaves Gov. Rick Scott’s tax cuts, education MiamiHerald.com

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Mar
21

Man given mental evaluation for ignoring Rick Scott’s insane climate change policy – Death and Taxes


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Man given mental evaluation for ignoring Rick Scott’s insane climate change policy
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In case you were holding out hope that the ban on Florida state environmental agencies from referencing “climate change” and “global warming” was some silly misunderstanding or hilarious joke, well first of all, you don’t know Florida, and second of
Climate change? Not in Gov. Rick Scott’s administration ? stillTampabay.com
Gov. Rick Scott’s anti-science purge begins: State employee banned for Raw Story
Video: Watch Scott’s Disaster Chief Refuse to Say “Climate Change” in HearingMiami New Times
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Mar
21

Florida Governor Rick Scott fills out bracket for the 2015 Women’s NCAA … – WPTV.com


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Florida Governor Rick Scott fills out bracket for the 2015 Women’s NCAA
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Governor Rick Scott has filled out his bracket of predictions for the 2015 Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournament. Four Florida teams were selected for this year’s tournament: Florida State, FGCU, Miami and USF. Scott picked the Florida State Seminoles to
Governor Scott Fills Out Women’s Bracket; Picks FSUWCTV

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Mar
21

PolitiFact Florida: Fact-checking Rick Scott on the environment and sea-level rise – Tampabay.com

PolitiFact Florida: Fact-checking Rick Scott on the environment and sea-level rise
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Scott claimed the state had spent millions on the environment during a CNN debate with Democratic challenger Charlie Crist on Oct. 21. “We have spent $350 million to deal with sea-level rise” in the Miami area, Scott said, and “hundreds of millions of

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Mar
21

Rick Scott announces Save the Panther Day – FOX 4


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Rick Scott announces Save the Panther Day
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott has announced that March 21st will officially be recognized as “Save the Panther Day.” And as you may recall, the governor is already proposing that Florida invest 150 million dollars toward land purchases and …
Rick Scott proclaims Panther Day, support for environmentSunshine State News
Governor Scott Declares March 21 as Save the Florida Panther DayWTXL ABC 27

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Mar
20

Crazy on you: Scott administration orders employee to get medical evaluation … – Orlando Weekly (blog)


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Crazy on you: Scott administration orders employee to get medical evaluation
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Perhaps you’ve been following all of the insane tornado of coverage about Gov. Rick Scott’s climate-change denial, or maybe you’re just too busy drowning in Miami. The gist is that Scott has told various employees of various state agencies that
Climate change? Not in Gov. Rick Scott’s administration ? stillTampabay.com
Man given mental evaluation for ignoring Rick Scott’s insane climate change policyDeath and Taxes
Gov. Rick Scott’s anti-science purge begins: State employee banned for Raw Story
SaintPetersBlog (blog) -Bradenton Herald
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Mar
20

A tale of two budget proposals leaves Gov. Rick Scott’s tax cuts, education … – MiamiHerald.com


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A tale of two budget proposals leaves Gov. Rick Scott’s tax cuts, education
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Less than two months ago, an enthusiastic Gov. Rick Scott, fresh off his reelection victory, unveiled his plan to spend Florida’s $1 billion surplus. Tax cuts to the tune of $673 million. A record level of per-student spending. More money for Bright
Gov. Rick Scott’s tax cuts and education spending at risk in House and Senate Tampabay.com
Florida Senate, House $4.2 billion apart in initial budget proposalsPalm Beach Post
State House, Senate budgets differ by $5 billion, mostly over health careNaples Daily News
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Mar
20

Scott opens new studio at Full Sail – WKMG Orlando


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Scott opens new studio at Full Sail
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Gov. Rick Scott was in Orlando on Friday for the official opening of the new digital entertainment studio– Rebl HQ at Full Sail University. “They are so focused on how students are getting opportunities around the world, but I want then in Florida and
Full Sail, Maker Studios open new REBL HQ digital studioNews 13 Orlando

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Mar
20

Gov. Rick Scott mum on supporting UCF’s downtown Orlando project – Orlando Sentinel


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Gov. Rick Scott mum on supporting UCF’s downtown Orlando project
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“We’re going to continue to invest in our universities,” Scott said, pointing to state schools receiving money based on their performances, for instance. But as to whether the state should invest specifically in a downtown Orlando campus, Scott would
Scott opens new studio at Full SailWKMG Orlando

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Mar
20

Gov. Rick Scott, state DOT reject talk of gas tax increase despite … – Tampabay.com


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Gov. Rick Scott, state DOT reject talk of gas tax increase despite
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“I strongly urge Congress not to raise the federal gas tax or any tax and instead come up with innovative solutions to fund priorities as we have done in Florida,” Gov. Rick Scott said in January as he urged the nation to follow Florida’s lead in
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, state DOT reject talk of gas tax increase despite Bradenton Herald
A Tallahassee taboo, talk of gas tax hike silenced by ScottMiamiHerald.com (blog)

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Mar
20

More ‘climate change’ silence from Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s administration – Bradenton Herald


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More ‘climate change’ silence from Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s administration
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Gov. Rick Scott’s chief of emergency management, Bryan Koon, testifying Thursday before the Legislature, had a half-dozen chances to use the term “climate change.” But he would not say the C-words. Scott has denied news reports that employees of the …
Climate change? Not in Gov. Rick Scott’s administration ? stillTampabay.com
Scott official avoids ‘climate change’ in Senate hearingOrlando Sentinel
Video: Watch Scott’s Disaster Chief Refuse to Say “Climate Change” in HearingMiami New Times

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Mar
20

Fla. Gov. Rick Scott signs 5 bills into law – BizPac Review

Fla. Gov. Rick Scott signs 5 bills into law
BizPac Review
Florida’s 2015 Legislative Session is in full swing with legislators handing Gov. Rick Scott the following bills which he signed into law Thursday, according to a statement from his office. HB 7035: Moves the Florida Presidential Primary to the third

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