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The abrupt announcement that a bill to give some undocumented immigrants in-state tuition would not get a vote caught off guard Gov. Rick Scott and other state Republicans.
In a joint appearance in Doral, Florida’s senators endorsed U.S. sanctions against Venezuelan government officials and their allies.
South Florida lawmakers are hoping to push a controversial needle-exchange proposal over a final hurdle.
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- South Florida lawmakers ramp up push for needle-exchange bill
- Trouble looms for immigrant tuition bill in Florida Legislature
- Gov. Rick Scott to Charlie Crist: Win your primary and then maybe we’ll debate
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