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Gov. Rick Scott Talks Job Growth In South Florida

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Governor Rick Scott is in South Florida Friday announcing that job growth across Florida is back to pre-recession numbers. 378 more words

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Scott Fighting Against Online Voter Registration in Florida

There are now 24 states that have online voter registration, and Florida would make 25. There are nearly 75 percent of individuals in the United States who live in a household with internet access. 466 more words

Governor Rick Scott Appoints Twelve to Family Care Councils

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced ten appointments and two reappointments to Family Care Councils across the state.

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Will Scott Stand with the Florida Senate for Medicaid Expansion?

It is very easy when you live in Florida to attack and criticize the Republican Legislature. For the last four years, the legislature has been against President Obama and the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 459 more words

Florida is Sinking

By Anita Stewart for Challenging the Rhetoric and Wise Women Media

Florida can be the land of transients, liars, drifters, grifters and thieves. It is most known for the senior citizens, medical care, tourists, Disneyworld, beaches, boating, seafood, tourism (the state’s largest industry) and the craziest and most bizarre news stories. 509 more words

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No Problem in Scott's Fifth State of State Address

“Few thought we could add 728,000 jobs, have the highest funding for education, and invest in our environment just four years later. But we did it together—and we have more work to do” says Governor Scott in his state of the state address. 481 more words

State of the State: Fluff, Awkwardness, and Mark Pafford's Rhetorical Questions

Rick Scott tried to prepare us for the rambling speech by opening with a joke about his speaking skills. Unfortunately, it did not help or make it any less painful. 832 more words

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