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Andy Gardiner says Senate won’t play games with Rick Scott’s health nominees – SaintPetersBlog (blog)


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Andy Gardiner says Senate won’t play games with Rick Scott’s health nominees
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The Florida Senate isn’t going to play games with Gov. Rick Scott’s executive appointments in the wake of the Medicaid meltdown that is occurring in Tallahassee. Senate President Andy Gardiner on Wednesday told reporters that he holds Agency for Health …

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Rick Scott, Cabinet to brief media on 2015 session agenda – SaintPetersBlog (blog)


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Rick Scott, Cabinet to brief media on 2015 session agenda
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Florida’s leading lawmakers Wednesday will speak before state editors and reporters at the annual AP pre-session briefing in Tallahassee. Gov. Rick Scott, the Senate President, and House Speaker will outline their agenda for the 2015 Legislative

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Gov. Rick Scott will have last say on $15.5M to complete Coast-to-Coast … – Orlando Sentinel

Gov. Rick Scott will have last say on $15.5M to complete Coast-to-Coast …Orlando SentinelIncoming Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando, landed $15.5 million in the state budget to complete the Coast-to-Coast Connector, a bicycle and pedestrian p…

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Florida legislative session became a successful campaign prop for Gov. Rick Scott – MiamiHerald.com (blog)

Florida legislative session became a successful campaign prop for Gov. Rick ScottMiamiHerald.com (blog)Support the troops. Make government more efficient. Improve schools. Protect the vulnerable. But House Speaker Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, and…

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2014 session built to promote Gov. Rick Scott’s re-election – Tampabay.com


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2014 session built to promote Gov. Rick Scott’s re-election
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Support the troops. Make government more efficient. Improve schools. Protect the vulnerable. But House Speaker Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, and Senate President Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, left off the most obvious priority: protect Gov. Rick Scott

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