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Winning the Future in Florida: Scott signs Students Success Act.

Governor Scott signs Student Success Act Jacksonville, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 736, the Student Success Act, into law at the charter school, KIPP Impact Middle School in Jacksonville . The historic bill puts in place part of the Governor’s 7-7-7 Plan by requiring merit pay for Florida’s public educators based on student achievement. “I am ...

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Wise Words from Allen West- Weekly Wrap-up

Click here to view this email in a browser About Me      Contact Me      Serving You      Media Center      Legislative Work      Our District      Resources Dear Patriot, Greetings constituents, fellow Floridians, and all Americans across our great land. It is again time for our weekly Congressional update. As I travel throughout the district, I certainly appreciate the feedback on these missives, and even ...

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Florida News Reports 3/17/2011

There is a lot happening on the Florida political scene this week, so I decided to draw up a summary news recap to keep our Florida readers informed today. First off, it appears Governor Rick Scott’s new policies are starting to gain definition and traction in the Florida State legislature. On Weds. March 16th, Governor Scott thanked Florida legislators for passing Senate bill ...

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Florida Moves to Stop *Creeping Sharia Law*

Florida State Senator Alan Hays and Rep. Larry Metz recently announced legislation that will protect all Floridians’ Constitutional rights against the infiltration or injection of any foreign laws or legal doctrines from other countries. While there are already many visible examples of this happening in America today, some choose to deny this reality, and the need to prevent the laws of ...

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Florida Chamber Hires Security, Assigns Threat levels

         Not wanting to have protesters turn the Florida Chamber of Commerce into a war zone like in Wisconsin, the Chamber went proactive today, and hired extra security and assigned color coded threat levels to ensure the security of workers entering and leaving the building during the Florida legislative sessions.       Chamber President Mark Wilson ordered the extra security measures ...

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FLORIDA NEWS FLASH!

  The Supreme court of Florida has ruled today, that Governor Rick Scott is within his authority to deny the federal funds for the high speed rail project from Tampa to Orlando!  The rule of law and the Florida Constitution give our Governor the right to protect the taxpayers from special interest boondoggles exactly like this scheme!    Thank you Governor ...

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Florida Rail Project Decision Due Today

The two people pictured at the left here are State Senator Arthenia Joyner (D-Tampa) and State Senator Thad Altman (R-Melborne). Fore those of you not familar with Florida, Melbourne is on the far side of Eastern Florida, which is nowhere near the path of this High Speed Rail scheme.  I,d like to hear Mr. Altman’s explanation as to why he ...

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House Passes GOP 2 Week CR Spending Bill

       Today many Democrats joined Republicans to pass a 2-week spending resolution, that continues to keep our government running while they attempt to hammer out a budget. The deadline is looming folks, and this vote puts extreme pressure on the U.S. Senate and Harry Reid to come to an agreement to avoid a shutdown. The final House vote was 335-91, ...

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CDN Sports: Super Sunday is Finally Here!

                                      Superbowl XLV The Green Bay Packers vs The Pittsburgh Steelers                                                                                    The day all NFL fans have been waiting for has finally arrived.  Today Superbowl XLV will be played in Dallas, Texas’ newest billion-dollar attraction, Cowboys Stadium.  While getting to the stadium could get dicey with freezing rain predicted in the evening, once inside the ...

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Obama: Failure is thy Name

Fail. The word easily glides out past our tongues. Fail. We’re hearing it every day now. We’re hearing it on talk radio. We’re reading it in our magazines, newspapers, and online. It is all over network news stories. Bloggers are sharpening their rhetorical saws and are hacking away at the object of our scorn. Fail. You know who it is. ...

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