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Over the weekend, the number of Zika cases reported by The Department of Health that involve pregnant women in Florida quadrupled. Health experts say that’s not because of an increase in cases, but due to a change in the information the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention is providing.

Democratic Congresswoman Gwen Graham is claiming a minor victory in the latest skirmish of Florida’s 30-year water war with Georgia and Alabama.

Gov. Scott speaking at Beneficial Blends in April.
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This December, federal overtime rules will give time and a half to more than 4 million Americans.  But that could spell trouble for the centerpiece of Florida Governor Rick Scott’s administration.

The National Rifle Association is turning up the heat on a Jacksonville lawmaker who refused a last-ditch attempt to expand Florida’s stand your ground law.

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The head of the U.S. Olympic Committee says he already has a plan to help protect for athletes and staff traveling to Brazil this summer against the Zika virus. He’s responding to a recent letter sent to him by several U.S. Senators, including Florida Democrat Bill Nelson.