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Tougher abortion restrictions headed to Gov. Rick Scott’s desk – MiamiHerald.com (blog)


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Tougher abortion restrictions headed to Gov. Rick Scott’s desk
MiamiHerald.com (blog)
Florida women seeking abortions will face tougher restrictions and a tighter time frame under a measure that is headed to Gov. Rick Scott‘s desk. Amid partisan debate about reproductive rights echoing similar battles in other Republican-controlled
Florida bill to expand abortion ban heads to Gov. ScottBay News 9
Second abortion bill sent to Gov. ScottWJXT Jacksonville
Secret Meetings Bill Headed To Gov. ScottCBS Local

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Florida bill to expand abortion ban heads to Gov. Scott – News 13 Orlando


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Florida bill to expand abortion ban heads to Gov. Scott
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Rick Scott’s desk. The legislation would also ban late-term abortions currently allowed for psychological reasons. Democrats all voted no on the measure, claiming it restricts a woman’s right to choose, and that government has no place in that process.
Legislation to make killing fetuses a crime in Florida awaits Gov. Rick Scott Tampabay.com
Second abortion bill sent to Gov. ScottWJXT Jacksonville
Senate unanimously passes child-welfare reform billThe News-Press

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Supreme Court could take up Scott’s drug-testing policy for state workers – Orlando Sentinel


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Supreme Court could take up Scott’s drug-testing policy for state workers
Orlando Sentinel
Rick Scott issued an executive order seeking across-the-board drug testing for state employees, the U.S. Supreme Court could be poised to decide whether to weigh in on the policy. The court is expected Friday to discuss privately whether to hear an
Rick Scott’s drug testing of state employees reaches Supreme CourtSunshine State News
Gov. Scott’s drug-testing policy could get a U.S. Supreme Court reviewOrlando Business Journal

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Scott signs bill cutting vehicle fees – WJXT Jacksonville

Scott signs bill cutting vehicle fees
WJXT Jacksonville
3 Governor Rick Scott will sign a bill this morning that will save Floridians money. It will LOWER fees on your vehicle — saving about 25-dollars per person. But it doesn’t include everyone. Channel 4’s Elizabeth Campbell tells us who will actually
Vehicle registration fees will be reduced September 1Historic City News
Scott Signs Non Political Tax Cut with a Political MessageCapitol News Service

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Florida Gov. wants inspection of federal hospitals – WJXT Jacksonville

Florida Gov. wants inspection of federal hospitals
WJXT Jacksonville
Rick Scott wants state authorities to inspect federal hospitals that serve veterans. Scott sent a letter Tuesday to the secretary of the state’s main health care agency asking for the inspections. The governor joins other elected officials pressing for

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Gov. Rick Scott announces increase in cancer research funding in Jacksonville – Business Journal


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Gov. Rick Scott announces increase in cancer research funding in Jacksonville
Business Journal
Rick Scott‘s proposed budget includes a $30 million increase in cancer-related funding, Scott said Tuesday during an appearance at University of Florida Health Jacksonville. His budget includes $60 million for existing Florida cancer centers such as
Gov. Rick Scott heralds $80M cancer research investmentFirst Coast News
Scott seeks $80 million to fight cancerWJXT Jacksonville
Rick Scott Showcases Funds to Fight CancerSunshine State News (blog)
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Gov. Rick Scott visits Jax to promote early learning – WJXT Jacksonville


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Gov. Rick Scott visits Jax to promote early learning
WJXT Jacksonville
Print; Email. Tweet. Gov. Rick Scott with kids. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -. Gov. Rick Scott visited an early learning center in Jacksonville on Friday morning to push his education agenda, which includes a $100 per student enrolled in voluntary pre-kindergarten.
Gov. Scott touts Florida’s commitment to early educationFirst Coast News

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