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Millions of students will sit down at computers this year to take new tests rooted in the Common Core standards for math and reading , but policymakers in many states are having buyer's remorse.
Six months after Florida created a state-backed website to help people receive affordable healthcare coverage, only 30 people have signed up, the Miami Herald reported.
Florida's Obamacare enrollment is now over 220,000 lower than the Obama administration's most recent tally, according to a report from the state insurance department.
The Florida Department of Health reminds residents and visitors to maintain a healthy balance of activities during the Labor Day holiday weekend.
As parents send their children back to school, the Florida Department of Health remains committed to safeguarding the health of Florida's children by increasing immunization levels.
A new report says that the mininum wage in Florida simply doesn't allow families to make ends meet, and that a true living wage in Florida would amount to just less than $17 an hour .
USA today came out today with Flagged VA's and FBI Investigations. Gainesville has a wait list of over 4000 veterans to be seen.
The president listed some goals for the coming year as well, one of them being to "seek top-ten status" among public universities.
Florida Democrats promised to win the races for governor and attorney general through grassroots efforts, even if they are at a fundraising disadvantage.
Florida's teachers union along with the NAACP and organizations representing school boards and school officials are suing over the state's largest private school voucher program.
A Florida company plans to build what it believes will be the biggest medical marijuana factory in the country, hoping the economy of scale will lower the cost of the drug which is not covered by insurance.
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The state's largest teacher's union released a statement on Wednesday saying that they are planning another lawsuit related to the state's school voucher program. The Florida Education Association will hold a press conference tomorrow in Tallahassee to discuss the case.
TWO OF THOSE TEENAGERS WERE STUDENTS AT PALM BEACH GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL. NOW TO COMMITMENT 2014.
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While Florida's top crop might be tourists slathered in sunscreen, agriculture ranks right up there, too.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 06:38 am
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