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Gov. Rick Scott pushing cut in taxes on cellphones, cable TV – Gainesville Sun

Gov. Rick Scott pushing cut in taxes on cellphones, cable TVGainesville SunScott on Tuesday will call on state legislators to cut nearly $500 million a year in the tax. The Scott administration estimates that the 3.6 percent tax cut would save the aver…

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Editorial: Creating good jobs – Gainesville Sun

Editorial: Creating good jobs
Gainesville Sun
Gov. Rick Scott says he has officially kept his jobs promise. Everybody else, pretty much, says he didn’t even come close. Scott announced this month that with the latest state jobs report, 700,000 new jobs have been created since he took office in

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After 4 years, Floridians still figuring out Rick Scott – Gainesville Sun

After 4 years, Floridians still figuring out Rick Scott
Gainesville Sun
When he burst onto the scene more than four years ago, Scott was unknown to the majority of Florida voters. Any who did remember him likely had only a vague recollection of a TV pitchman opposed to President Barack Obama’s health care law or, for those …

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If re-elected, which Rick Scott will Florida get? – Gainesville Sun


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If re-elected, which Rick Scott will Florida get?
Gainesville Sun
Rick Scott, right, with running mate for Lt. Gov., Carlos Lopez-Cantera, front left, makes remarks to supporters at a campaign event Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, in Winter Park, Fla. Scott is running against former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist, who is
Florida’s Debt Reaches Lowest Amount Since 2010WWSB ABC 7

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Editorial: Public business – Gainesville Sun

Editorial: Public business
Gainesville Sun
Gov. Rick Scott left private business for public service but has continued to act like a CEO with something to hide. The latest example is revelations that the governor’s office used private email accounts and personal cellphones to hide details about

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Editorial: Rhetoric vs. record – Gainesville Sun

Editorial: Rhetoric vs. record
Gainesville Sun
Gov. Rick Scott is suddenly saying the right things about Florida’s environment, but voters need to realize that his rhetoric doesn’t match his record. Scott this week announced a 10-year plan to spend $500 million for springs restoration and another

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