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Paul Ryan Visited Miami, Appealed to Cuban-Americans

Paul Ryan Visited MiamiPaul Ryan, Republican vice-presidential candidate went on voyage to Miami's small Cuban restaurant, Versailles, on September 22, 2012. An energetic crowd of Cuban-American voters welcomed him at this restaurant where he spoke to them about the Castro regime and promised to work on it. Since it was raining outside, Ryan spoke with the crowd inside the restaurant and also enjoyed the traditional Cuban coffee served here.

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Senate panel OKs parent trigger; Dems cry foul

Senate panel OKs parent trigger; Dems cry foul

A discussion of education bills this year was even more controversial. In an extraordinary session of the Senate Budget Committee gave the green light to bill parents named Trigger. The proposal is a main concern for previous Governor Jeb Bush, it would require parents in low-performing schools to radical changes, including the school converted into a school charter.

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Legislature set to pass $124 million in tax cuts

Legislature set to pass $124 million in tax cuts

Special tax concessions are in the works for industries vary from manufacturers of airplane, fruit packers to large reductions for firms of the State under a plan to cut taxes $ 124 million just before the final approval of the legislature.

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Justices seek input on how to handle new redistricting rules

Justices seek input on how to handle new redistricting rules

Writing a statement against precedent that the state could dominate the political lines for decades, the Supreme Court of Florida on recently grilled lawyers aggressively, Democrats and Republicans, asked how to understand the new redistricting rules of state.

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Florida Wind Insurance Reform Not Likely to Pass Legislature

Florida Wind Insurance Reform Not Likely to Pass Legislature

State lawmakers have components with their money played for many years, when it comes to addressing the issues of the Florida property insurance. But now recommended by many industry analysts over the odds turned against him after six years without a hurricane hits Florida. Insurance experts such as the Hurricane Catastrophe Fund Florida need more money and a review before a storm or series of them conforms to the state. Otherwise, consumers could pay huge premiums on insurance coverage and the state government got into financial difficulties left by decades, they say.

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