Daily News: April 14, 2014

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Tampa_Bay_TimesTampa Bay Times: Capitol Buzz: 5 things to watch this week in Tallahassee

It figures to be a very quiet week in Tallahassee because of the Passover and Easter holidays. Here are five things to watch this week:


Florida_TodayFlorida Today:  Letter: Saluting federal workers locally, across nation

Across the country and in communities like Brevard County, government employees serve and protect our nation every day. During Public Service Recognition Week, May 4-10, we gratefully acknowledge their service.


Herald_TribuneHerald-Tribune: House and Senate not in sync on state pension reform

As the Florida Legislature approaches the final three weeks of its annual session, she asked lawmakers to back off plans to make major changes to the retirement system, which covers some 622,000 public employees in Florida,


Florida_LawmakersMaconNews: Florida lawmakers tag more ideas for license plates despite moratorium

TALLAHASSEE — Some rules in the capital are made to be broken, including one that said “enough” to the ever-growing number of Florida’s specialty license plates.


ABC_7_NewsABC 7 News: South Florida officer seeks bond in cocaine case

MIAMI (AP) — A South Florida police lieutenant charged in a New Jersey cocaine conspiracy is seeking release on bail before his trial.



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