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New legislature would fight to reduce wrongful convictions


Florida House approves non-viable birth certificate bill


Florida Politics: Unanimous jury vote to sentence someone to death?


Florida House votes to kill incentives programs


State house looks to put an end to state-funded incentives


Proposed bill would allow religion back into Florida schools


Proposed law would limit term limits for Florida judges


Proposed change to abortion law would allow women to sue doctor up to 10 years later


State panel votes to get rid of 28 economic incentive programs


Three nominations made for Florida's constitution revision commission


Lawyer and medical marijuana backer John Morgan may run for governor


Property taxes on rise in Florida


Governor Rick Scott unveils budget plan, faces opposition


Florida state workers getting sign-up discount


Florida governor wants more than $600 million in tax cuts


Florida health officials began the rule-making process expanding eligibility for medical marijuana


Florida could boost financial aid for college students


Missing teen mom, toddler may be in Panama City or Ft. Walton Beach


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