In The News Today – November 30, 2015

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SPB: Counties fight fracking push

Dozens of Florida cities and counties oppose a plan to give the state control over the oil and gas exploration process known as fracking.

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Panama City News Herald: Justices: ‘Misconduct’ law applies in former Bozeman teacher sex case

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NWF Daily News: Island residents express concern over ordinance (DOCUMENT)

When the Okaloosa Board of County Commissioners hold a public hearing on the proposed excessive vegetation ordinance on Tuesday, David and Rebecca Sherry will be on hand to express their opposition.

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WPLG: This Week in South Florida: Nov. 29

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WPEC: Tampa woman convicted in plot to frame husband

A Tampa woman has been convicted of issuing bomb threats and accessing child pornography as part of a plan to frame her estranged husband.

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Tallahassee  Democrat:  Florida must fill the civil justice gap

Our legal system in Florida is broken, failing citizens who are caught in what we call the “civil justice gap.”

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Panama City News Herald: Proposal shifts bed tax money to police, Visit Florida

State Rep. Matt Gaetz has proposed legislation that would allow for up to 10 percent of bed tax dollars collected by tourist development organizations to be used for law enforcement services.

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Pensacola News Journal:  Viewpoint: Florida students deserve a chance

Measuring how well our schools are doing is critical to their success. For years, Florida has had clear and transparent school grades. These grades have been used not only to grade our schools, but to provide support for how to improve them. Legislative changes in 2014 require a new A-F school grading scale to be put into place after proficiency “cut scores” for measuring student mastery of the new Florida Standards are established

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