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Solar Utilities Fight Heats Up

Posted: 02/27/2015 - A dust-up between solar advocates and a state senator is erupting on the eve of the annual legislative session. At the center of the fight is legislation that would allow greater use of solar resources, but advocates worry utilities could end up being the big winners.

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Who's Paying for Florida?

Posted: 02/26/2015 - Who's really paying for Florida? A new report about the state's biggest companies says its not them, and they're dodging taxes.

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Pension Problems Plague Florida

Posted: 02/25/2015 - New data suggests Florida could have another crisis for retirees on its hands; one that goes beyond local pensions and into the world of healthcare.

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Environmentalists Want Land for Everglades Restoration

Updated: 02/24/2015 - Everglades advocates opened up what could be a legislative session filled with a long fight over funding. The push is on for the state to make a land buy and time is running out.

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Dozier School for Boys Investigation Could Re-open

Posted: 02/20/2015 - A 2009 investigation by the Department of Law Enforcement found 31 marked and unmarked graves at the Dozier School for Boys. Now, after researchers found another 20 bodies calls for a new state law enforcement investigation to be re-opened have begun.

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Clean Water Supporters Gather in State Capitol

Posted: 02/19/2015 - Water quality legislation will be at the forefront of the 2015 legislative session, and voters who made sure there would be conservation money in place want lawmakers to know they can't spend it any way they want.

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DCF Employees Facing Consequences over Phoebe Jonchuck Case

Posted: 02/18/2015 - Child abuse hot line employees will face unspecified "consequences" as a result of not following established procedures and accepting a call hours before 5-year-old Phoebe Jonchuck was thrown from a Tampa Bay bridge.

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Florida Facing Doctor Shortage

Posted: 02/18/2015 - Florida is running out of doctors at an alarming rate according to a new study, and it's affecting patient care right now.

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New Amendment Aims to Clean Up Florida's Water

Updated: 02/12/2015 - Water policy in Florida took a step forward at the state capitol on Wednesday and the legislation makes it clear that money set aside by voters in amendment one will not be used to repair local water supply and sewer pipes.

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Support Grows for Medical Marijuana in Florida

Updated: 02/11/2015 - Support for cannabis in Florida seems to be burning brighter; an eclectic group of advocates took to the capitol Tuesday to make sure a possible new law in 2015 doesn't go up in smoke.

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DCF Child Abuse Hotline Training Under Fire

Posted: 02/06/2015 - Lawmakers are questioning training and supervision at the state's child abuse hotline after the Department of Children and Families acknowledged it missed at least two opportunities to save a five year old who was thrown off a bridge by her troubled father.

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Widening Scandal Overshadows Governor Scott

Posted: 02/05/2015 - Governor Rick Scott, who recently embarked on his second term with the economy rebounding, is facing a growing scandal that threatens to tarnish his remaining time in office.

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