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June 23, 2015: Gov. Rick Scott Visited South Florida Monday, Touted Tax Cuts

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6:30 p.m. Gov. Scott signs $78-billion budget; tens of millions in education funding was vetoed; reporters in South Carolina uncover a Florida connection to accused Charleston church massacre shooter.
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5:44 p.m. Miami Money Laundering 101: How criminal organizations use local exporting companies to clean their cash.
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5:32 p.m. Gov. Scott and the Florida Cabinet near open records lawsuit settlement; A 90-year-old man is accused of pulling a gun on a Boca Raton post-office employee because he wasn't satisfied with the service he was getting.
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5:04 p.m. An environmental law firm has filed suit over how Florida lawmakers distributed funds for a Amendment One.
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4:44 p.m. Fifteen years ago this week the Elián González drama finally ended. But what emerged from that disaster helped bring us to the historic Cuba moment we're seeing today.
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4:32 p.m. Gov. Scott's veto power, Virgin Cruises picks a port and Palm Beach County's panhandling ban.
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4:04 p.m. Immigrant children must continue a five-year waiting period for KidCare benefits.
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1:04 p.m. Gov. Scott vetoes $461 million in expenses; Hemingway's Havana home gets a $900,000 remake; Uber officials suspend operations at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

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11:04 Florida Governor Rick Scott this morning vetoed a record 461 million dollars from the new budget. He signed the budget without sharing information on his decisions with key legislators and their staff.
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10:04 Florida law makers again turned back a proposal that would have helped thousands of children of illegal immigrants get subsidized health coverage through the state's Kid Care program.
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9:35 Miami Money Laundering 101, how criminal organizations use local exporting companies to clean their cash.
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9:04 Ernest Hemingway's home in Havana is getting $900,000 worth of improvements thanks to Finca Vigia, a Boston based foundation.

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8:43 Fifteen years ago this week the Elián González drama finally ended. But what emerged from that disaster helped bring us to the historic Cuba moment we're seeing today.
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8:30 Governor Rick Scott used a whirlwind tour around Florida Monday to celebrate 400 million dollars worth of tax cuts in the spending plan lawmakers agreed on last week.
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8:20 The Florida Wildlife Federation, The St. Johns River Keeper and the Environmental Confederation of Southwest have filed a lawsuit against the Florida legislature over Amendment One spending.
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8:04 Tax cuts were the focus of Governor Rick Scott's whirlwind stop in St. Petersburg yesterday.
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7:43 Miami Money Laundering 101, how criminal organizations use local exporting companies to clean their cash.
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7:30 Florida's top wildlife authority says bears represent a "great conservation success story" in the state and that it's time to move from saving them to managing them.
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7:20 Florida lawmakers have again turned back a proposal that would have helped thousands of children of legal immigrants get subsidized health coverage through the state's KidCare program.

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7:04 Local activists for labor and the environment are trying to get Florida Senator Bill Nelson to change his mind and vote against a giant free trade deal between the United States, Canada, and 10 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
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6:43 Fifteen years ago this week the Elián González drama finally ended. But what emerged from that disaster helped bring us to the historic Cuba moment we're seeing today.
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6:30 Governor Rick Scott used a whirlwind tour around Florida Monday to celebrate 400 million dollars worth of tax cuts in the spending plan lawmakers agreed on last week.

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6:20 State and federal wildlife officials are trying to hammer out a way to protect the Florida Panther and consider the needs of landowners.
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6:04 Governor Rick Scott has yet to sign off on the recently passed state budget. Although he only received about half the tax cuts he had asked lawmakers for, the governor is calling the state spending plan a "good one." Scott spoke to reporters at Sergio's Cuban restaurant in Doral Monday.