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  • Seismic testing on hold in Gulf, Calhoun counties

    A Texas oil company’s plans to conduct seismic testing for oil and gas in Calhoun and Gulf counties are on hold because of a legal challenge filed.

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  • Is Rainey now the victim of a cover-up?

    It’s been well over three years since inmate Darren Rainey died after he was placed in a scalding shower for hours by guards — and still no final autopsy has been released. Why?

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  • Florida’s funding for after-school, mentoring programs could change

    Senate proposes to offer competitive grants, rather than pick and choose which programs to fund. The proposal was crafted behind closed doors by Senate leadership. Local organizations fear that could mean reduced funding.

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  • Rep. Fresen challenges school superintendents

    School superintendents complained last week that they'd been unfairly accused of poorly managing construction spending.

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  • Florida taxpayers carry burden of high health insurance costs

    This year, taxpayers contributed $1.7 billion toward Florida's State Workers' Health Self-Insured Trust Fund to cover the health care costs of public workers and retirees — nearly double what they spent a decade ago.

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