GOOD NEWS: Fla. Gov. Rick Scott celebrates eliminating a wait list at the Marian Center, a school for people with disabilities in Miami Gardens, on Monday. Acela Ruiz, right,will begin receiving services for her 9-year-old son, Devin Feterman.
GOOD NEWS: Fla. Gov. Rick Scott celebrates eliminating a wait list at the Marian Center, a school for people with disabilities in Miami Gardens, on Monday. Acela Ruiz, right,will begin receiving services for her 9-year-old son, Devin Feterman. Jenny Luna Miami Herald Staff
GOOD NEWS: Fla. Gov. Rick Scott celebrates eliminating a wait list at the Marian Center, a school for people with disabilities in Miami Gardens, on Monday. Acela Ruiz, right,will begin receiving services for her 9-year-old son, Devin Feterman. Jenny Luna Miami Herald Staff

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