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Florida agriculture commissioner Adam Putnam, who is running for Governor on the Republican ticket, holds a basket full of Florida shaped cookies at a campaign stop in Altamonte Springs. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Adam Putnam Campaigns In Central Florida


Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says Governor Rick Scott has a good opportunity to wield his veto pen over the state budget. Putnam weighed in on the budget during a campaign stop in Altamonte Springs Tuesday. He’s part way through a bus tour of the state after launching his bid for Governor on the Republican ticket.
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Intersection: Florida’s Budget Deal


Florida lawmakers have struck a deal on an 83 billion dollar state budget. They’ll be back on Monday to vote. So who were the big winners and losers? What’s in it for environmental programs, healthcare and education? And what about the cut to the Orange – Osceola County prosecutor’s funding?
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Intersection: The Executive Power Of The Governor


Orange and Osceola County State Attorney Aramis Ayala says Governor Rick Scott has gone too far. The governor has reassigned 22 cases away from Ayala after she said she would not seek the death penalty. Meanwhile some lawmakers say Governor Scott hasn’t gone far enough- they want her removed from office. UCF political science professor Aubrey Jewett joins us to talk about the governor’s executive power, and its limits.
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