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Military records exemption reaches Gov. Scott’s desk – Palm Beach Post


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Military records exemption reaches Gov. Scott’s desk
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TALLAHASSEE — A proposal intended to make it tougher for evildoers to track the home addresses of military service members and military families has been sent to Gov. Rick Scott. However, the leader of an open-government group that has asked Scott to …
Gov. Scott gets bill to keep military members’ addresses secretOrlando Sentinel

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Gov. Rick Scott signs bills about growlers, drones, traffic tickets – Tampabay.com


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Gov. Rick Scott signs bills about growlers, drones, traffic tickets
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TALLAHASSEE — Florida breweries can start selling beer in 64-ounce growlers, police departments will be banned from setting traffic ticket quotas and the use of drones will be limited under three of the 27 new laws Gov. Rick Scott signed Thursday.
Gov. Rick Scott signs 64-ounce growler billFlorida Times-Union (blog)
Scott lets the suds flows, OKs 64-oz beer growlersPalm Beach Post (blog)
Gov. Scott signs ‘growler’ bill into lawOrlando Sentinel
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Rep. Lois Frankel says Gov. Rick Scott, Republicans ‘illogical’ on Medicaid money – Palm Beach Post (blog)


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Rep. Lois Frankel says Gov. Rick Scott, Republicans ‘illogical’ on Medicaid money
Palm Beach Post (blog)
Frankel said Scott’s position doesn’t make sense since he was in Washington last week trying to persuade U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell to approve $1.5 billion in federal “Low Income Pool” money for hospitals and other health …
Rick Scott’s Mostly False claim about LIP and MedicaidMiami Herald (blog)
Nine appointments made to Gov. Rick Scott’s new healthcare, hospital SaintPetersBlog (blog)
Gov. Rick Scott heading to Washington again this weekNaples Daily News
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Gov. Scott to face deluge of bills from Legislature – Palm Beach Post


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Gov. Scott to face deluge of bills from Legislature
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The House and Senate were poised Thursday to start sending dozens of bills to Gov. Rick Scott, after sending only a trickle of bills during the regular legislative session that ended last week. Katie Betta, a spokeswoman for Senate President Andy
Despite pushback from Rick Scott admin, online voting bill goes to the SaintPetersBlog (blog)
‘Revenge porn’ bill sent to Rick Scott for reviewSunshine State News
First batch of 2015 bills await Gov. ScottWTSP 10 News

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Gov. Rick Scott officially convenes commission on hospital spending – Tampabay.com


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Gov. Rick Scott officially convenes commission on hospital spending
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TALLAHASSEE — Wednesday could be an awkward day for Gov. Rick Scott, who is scheduled to meet with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell to talk about renewing a $2.2 billion hospital funding program for Florida.
Scott pleads for federal help to cover poorSun Sentinel
States watching Medicaid standoff between Fla. Gov. Rick Scott and President Florida Times-Union
Gov. Rick Scott lobbies in Washington for health care fundingWESH Orlando
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Gov. Rick Scott to visit Jupiter on Wednesday for private event – Palm Beach Post (blog)

Palm Beach Post (blog)Gov. Rick Scott to visit Jupiter on Wednesday for private eventPalm Beach Post (blog)Gov. Rick Scott plans to attend a private event Wednesday at the Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center in Jupiter. The $12.4 million center, part of…

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Gov. Rick Scott reappoints agency heads snubbed by state Senate – Palm Beach Post

Gov. Rick Scott reappoints agency heads snubbed by state Senate
Palm Beach Post
TALLAHASSEE — After a slew of his appointees failed to win Florida Senate approval, Gov. Rick Scott reappointed 14 of his agency heads Monday for the year ahead. Among the reappointments was Department of Health secretary and state Surgeon …

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Kansas, Texas to support Gov. Rick Scott’s lawsuit against the feds over … – Bradenton Herald


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Kansas, Texas to support Gov. Rick Scott’s lawsuit against the feds over
Bradenton Herald
Kansas and Texas are joining in Gov. Rick Scott’s lawsuit against the federal government over health care funding, Scott’s office announced Monday. The legal challenge alleges that federal health officials are trying to coerce Florida into expanding
Scott gets help from fellow Republican governors in fight with Obama Palm Beach Post (blog)
Texas, Kansas to join Florida lawsuit against ObamaNewsOK.com
Texas, Kansas to Join Florida Lawsuit Against AdministrationThe Ledger

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Gov. Rick Scott sues Obama administration over health care funding – Palm Beach Post


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Gov. Rick Scott sues Obama administration over health care funding
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“Not only does President Obama’s end to LIP funding in Florida violate the law by crossing the line into a coercion tactic for Obamacare, it also threatens poor families’ access to the safety net health care services they need,” Scott said in an
Scott files lawsuit against Obama over Medicaid expansionWPEC

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12 lawyers still in running for two local Circuit Judge appointments – Palm Beach Post


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12 lawyers still in running for two local Circuit Judge appointments
Palm Beach Post
Several prosecutors, a county judge and few criminal defense and civil attorneys are on the list of 12 names the 15th Circuit’s Judicial Nominating Commission sent to Florida Gov. Rick Scott as potential replacements for two retiring judges. Nearly

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Beer-growler, cop-pension bills among those going to Florida governor – Palm Beach Post


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Beer-growler, cop-pension bills among those going to Florida governor
Palm Beach Post
TALLAHASSEE — The House on Friday joined the Senate in supporting the end of the state’s prohibition on brewers being able to fill 64-ounce containers known as “growlers” for off-site consumption. The (SB 186) now will go to Gov. Rick Scott to sign or
Growler bill ready for Gov. Scott’s signatureFlorida Times-Union (blog)
Final week of the session will be busy — and not finalTallahassee.com
Infighting is turning Florida GOP into a house dividedMiami Herald
Florida Keys Keynoter –WCTV
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Secret recordings bill goes to Florida governor – Palm Beach Post

Secret recordings bill goes to Florida governor
Palm Beach Post
Rick Scott. The bill was spurred by a Supreme Court decision last year that ordered a new trial for a man sentenced to life in prison for sexually abusing his stepdaughter. The court said recordings made by Richard R. McDade’s stepdaughter should not

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Gov. Rick Scott praises Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera but won’t get involved … – Palm Beach Post (blog)


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Gov. Rick Scott praises Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera but won’t get involved
Palm Beach Post (blog)
Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez Cantera (center) and Gov. Rick Scott (back left) talk to employees of a Riviera Beach biomedical company earlier this month. Gov. Rick Scott said Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera is doing a “great job” and has a green light to run

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California business leader to Gov. Rick Scott: Go back to Mississippi – Palm Beach Post (blog)

Palm Beach Post (blog)California business leader to Gov. Rick Scott: Go back to MississippiPalm Beach Post (blog)Gov. Rick Scott at a groundbreaking at Palm Beach International Airport. Photo by Lannis Waters/The Palm Beach Post. Florida Gov. Rick Scot…

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s voting chief: ‘Forces of evil’ could harm online … – Bradenton Herald


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Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s voting chief: ‘Forces of evil’ could harm online
Bradenton Herald
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott’s elections chief got roughed up again Thursday in the Senate as he continues to oppose a bipartisan bill for an online system of voter registration by 2017, which already exists in 20 states. Appearing before the Senate …
Online Voter Registration May Get Lawmakers’ Approval, But Scott FlaglerLive.com
Lawmakers denounce Florida elections chief a second timeStandard Bulletin
State inches closer to online voter registrationGainesville Sun
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