In The News Today – March 25, 2016

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Palm Beach Post: Scott signs body camera bill inspired by Corey Jones, 32 other bills into law

Gov. Rick Scott today signed 33 bills, including one inspired by the shooting death of Corey Jones that requires law enforcement agencies to set policies and procedures for using body cameras.

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POLITICO: Department of Justice request deepens worries for Corrine Brown

TALLAHASSEE — The Department of Justice is investigating fraud-related allegations that have also netted Jacksonville Democrat Corrine Brown an ethics investigation in the House of Representatives, a rare combination that has in the past landed members of Congress behind bars.

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CBS: Republican Curbelo Open To Voting For Clinton

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — In recent weeks Republican Congressman Carlos Curbelo has been telling some Democrats in his district he would vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump if those were his two choices, according to those who have spoken to him.

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Miami Herald: Progressives blast Florida Democratic Party on behalf of Wasserman Schultz’s challenger

A dispute over access to voter data in a South Florida congressional race is highlighting a divide between the Florida Democratic Party and its progressive caucus.

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POLITICO: Atwater recommends Hager, Bragg for insurance commissioner

TALLAHASSEE — Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater wants the Financial Services Commission to consider state Rep. Bill Hager and Jeffrey Bragg as candidates to replace outgoing state Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty, the cabinet member’s office announced Thursday.

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WFTV: More rain, severe weather to move through central Florida

t will be the second day of storms after Thursday’s batch brought a tornado warning to Osceola County and several severe thunderstorm warnings to Lake, Marion and Brevard Counties, with hail as large as 1.75 inches.

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MSNBC: Following Brussels attack, GOP wants Obama to visit … Florida?

After this week’s deadly terrorist attack in Brussels, Republicans are certain President Obama should go somewhere. They just aren’t sure where.

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KTLA: Dashcam Video Captures Florida Deputies Rescuing Woman From Burning Car

Two deputies facing flames and a wall of black smoke worked together to rescue a woman trapped in a burning vehicle in Florida, dashcam video released on Wednesday showed.

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