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March 14, 2003
Its budget chief says that Florida is in such dire fiscal straits it has only $53-million to cover $2-billion in services.
What's missing here?
Don't see it? That's okay. Neither did the company administering the FCAT test.
Tribal leaders hear Billie's defense
A final vote to remove him may come Monday.
Corrections declares end to lax house arrest rules
TALLAHASSEE -- A new zero-tolerance policy for criminals breaking the rules of house arrest has been announced by Corrections Secretary James Crosby.
Legislature 2003: Farm workers' legislation seeks safety measurers
Farm workers on Thursday urged passage of bills to protect them from health risks due to pesticides, and from slavery rings that exploit migrant workers by not paying minimum wages. Their legislative advocates include African-American Democrats and Cuban-American Republicans who cited the "shame" of a legacy of mistreatment of Florida farm workers.
Legislature: Law officers oppose Miccosukee bill
A measure that would end state jurisdiction on reservation land is a bad idea, says a group of sheriffs and prosecutors.
Around the state: Government sued over Elian raid
MIAMI -- A Washington-based legal watchdog group is suing the federal government on behalf of more than 100 protesters who claimed they were beaten and gassed with pepper spray during the raid to seize Elian Gonzalez from his Miami relatives nearly three years ago.
State report backs textbook reform
It says flexibility in how Hernando and Pasco districts buy books could save money. A decision is up to the Legislature.
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