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"This budget also reflects the smallest state government workforce per 1,000 residents in Florida in this century."
"We are already almost halfway to our 2010 goal of creating 700,000 new jobs in seven years."
"Expanding Medicaid would require borrowing more money, drastically expanding our deficit."
"70,000 three-year-olds and four-year-olds across America will lose access to the preschool Head Start program. ... 2,000 in the state of Florida alone."
On an early date for Florida's presidential primary
On support for gay marriage
Says Gov. Rick Scott allowed Republican legislators to cut his teacher pay raise proposal by 60 percent.
Broward County was one of three counties in the nation "pivotal to an Obama victory" in 2012.
"Every Florida teacher gets a pay raise."
The Dolphins stadium renovation will "create more than 4,000 new local jobs."
"Odd fact for odd draft: No. 2 overall pick will earn more than the No. 1 pick due to no state tax in Florida. So 2 not so bad."
"Abortionists have reduced our black population by more than 25 percent since 1973."
The election bill "allows persons to correct an absentee ballot if they did not sign it and requires an extra two hours a day for early voting. Everything else in this bill is discretionary."
The Miami Dolphins "are the only NFL team in the entire nation that pays property taxes."
The "working tax cut" created "over 40,000 new jobs in just the last four years."
Ché Guevara "wrote extensively about the superiority of white Europeans over people of African descent."
"Rick Scott has paid down our debt by about $2 billion. Charlie Crist’s debt went up about $5 billion."
"In 2010 alone, 1,270 infants were reported to have died following attempted abortions and notably that is only one year."
A proposed bill in the Florida Legislature "would authorize the public hoarding of cats by feral cat activists."
Says PETA "is using this really fancy drone to follow hunters around in some places in other countries."
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