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Allied Veterans | Florida | Jacksonville | Extraordinary 300 Million Dollar Scandal

FOP President Nelson Cuba Picture in jail.

Only whispers are being heard concerning the embattled Florida republican government establishment. While the nation’s workers have slaved for increasing taxes, heavy inflation and an always increasing cost of living the parasite government leaders, who claim the need for less … Continue reading

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The Rick Scott Florida Administration Budget

Florida Governor Rick Scott

Pursuant to Chapter 216, Florida Statutes, the Florida Long Range Program Plan (LRPP) for the Executive Office of the Governor has been submitted in the format prescribed in the budget instructions. The information provided electronically and contained herein is a … Continue reading

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Governor Rick Scott: $1.2 billion for K-12 public schools | Breaks Florida Record

Florida Governor Rick Scott

<<<Continued From: Governor Rick Scott: Economy, Taxes, Regulations and Business, January 30, 2013, Remarks to Associated Press: Florida Education Investment Third, and finally, my other TOP PRIORITY in the upcoming budget and legislative session is FUNDING FOR EDUCATION. As I said before, we … Continue reading

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Governor Rick Scott: Economy, Taxes, Regulations and Business

Florida Governor Rick Scott

On January 30, 2013, in News Releases, by Staff: Remarks to Associated Press: From Governor Rick Scott There are three things I want to talk about today: FIRST – The state of our economy in Florida – where we have come … Continue reading

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Florida Higher Education | College Tuition Increases | Rick Scott

From the time Mr Steve Wallace (a proud republican friend of Rick Scott) obtained FSCJ Presidential status, 15 years ago, the cost of tuition has increased 248% for Florida residents and 254% for out of state FSCJ students. Source: Florida … Continue reading

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Florida Governor Rick Scott | $2 Million for Teacher Professional Training Grant

Governor Rick Scott announced a $2 million teacher professional training matching grant program at David Lawrence Jr. K-8 Center. This funding will be in Governor Scott’s recommended budget for 2013-2014 and the competitive grant program will be matched by private … Continue reading

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Tuition at FSCJ Increases | Dr. Wallace Resigns | FSCJ President

American Hero or Thief Mixing Corporate Greed with Public Institutions From the time Mr Steve Wallace obtained FSCJ Presidential status, 15 years ago, the cost of tuition has increased 248% for Florida residents and 254% for out of state FSCJ … Continue reading

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David Shuster in Tampa RNC Tweets Racist Outbursts

David Shuster tweets racist CNN news attack.

Hundreds of years of using education, religion, and media to brainwash racism into society caused the following event. It is unclear if the man making the statement was a Republican Wing Nut, racist Ron Pauly, or just a plant used … Continue reading

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Synthetic drugs escalate never ending, high cost, drug war in Florida.

Pam Bondi and Rick Scott are after pill mills.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Florida Governor Rick Scott, were exited for the ceremonial signing of House Bill 1175 on June 26, 2012. The new bill prohibits and makes illegal 90 “new types” of synthetic drugs. “Synthetic drugs can … Continue reading

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Barbara Palmer, appointed by Rick Scott, to lead agency for persons with disabilities.

From Governor of Florida, Rick Scott’s staff on August 3, 2012: Governor Rick Scott named Barbara Palmer as director of the Agency for Persons with Disabilities, effective August 22, 2012. She has served as the agency’s chief of staff since … Continue reading

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Florida cheers resident athletes in London Olympics

In London England, 29 Florida resident athletes and three coaches who call Florida home will compete at the Games of the 30th Olympiad. Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott called on Floridians to join them in watching and supporting … Continue reading

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Florida TB Cases Senate Minority Office — Press Release

SENATE LEADER NAN RICH CALLS FOR PROBE OF TB OUTBREAK/ INFORMATION EMBARGO PRIOR TO AG HOLLEY VOTE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 12, 2012 Tallahassee — Alarmed by the lack of information on a tuberculosis outbreak provided to state lawmakers prior to … Continue reading

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Governor Scott Meets With 40 Aviation and Aerospace Companies To Discuss Florida’s Business Advantage

Florida Governor Rick Scott

In an effort to promote job growth in Florida, Rick Scott traveled across the globe meeting with aviation and aerospace companies. Continuing his focus on job creation and promoting Florida as a leader in the aviation and aerospace industry, Governor … Continue reading

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Florida Voting Registration and the New SAVE Database

Florida Governor Rick Scott, has now been given access to the citizen database for voter purges. A political battle, the SAVE database will be used by Florida in an effort to prevent non-citizens from voting. The federal Department of Homeland … Continue reading

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