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"Congresswoman Frederica Wilson successfully postpones closure of the North Perry airport tower."
"The financial penalties imposed" on gay couples "can cost us more than $300,000 compared with married heterosexual couples over a lifetime."
Says rabid animals from other states carry "different strains of rabies" that Florida "vaccines and serums don’t affect."
"The average student in Florida, what they actually pay out of pocket at our major universities" for tuition is as much or less than what they spend on cellphones.
"Almost 1,000 people a day" are moving to Florida "because they are more free here than they are in some other states."
College students "who are NOT U.S. Citizens and who get the PELL Grant" plan to return to their home countries after getting free gas cards and child care.
"This (parent trigger) legislation was drafted by President Obama's top advisers. It was drafted by President Clinton’s top advisers."
"Already, a prototype driverless car has traveled more than 300,000 miles in the crowded maze of California streets without a single accident."
"Nearly 65 percent -- almost two-thirds -- of all new permanent residents obtained that status by virtue of their family status."
"Nearly 25 percent of all automobile accidents are caused by texting while driving."
"The Chinese government provides their people no access to the Internet."
Eighty-five percent of Floridians who will benefit from expanding Medicaid are "single, childless adults."
"There are 3 million jobs available in America that are not filled because too many of our people don’t have the skills for those jobs."
"Super Bowl L by everybody's estimation is a $500 million economic impact to the state of Florida."
The Legislature needs to spend $500 million to "shore up" the pension fund this year and the next 28 years to keep it "afloat."
Florida is "second in the nation in the uninsured."
"For the first time in eight years, our budget also increases funding for persons with disabilities by $36 million to help more disabled people receive community-based services."
A "legacy of taxing and borrowing … crippled the economy we inherited two years ago."
Says Gov. Rick Scott cut more government jobs than were created in the private sector in Florida in 2012.
Says Rick Scott called education not a "core function" of the state.
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