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Archive for Monday, November 3, 2014

UCF Economist Urges Investment In Infrastructure And Education

Floridas economy is finally hitting its stride, according to the latest economic forecast from the University of Central Florida. Sean Snaith, who directs UCFs Institute for Economic Competitiveness, says the state can expect strong job growth over the next 3 years in construction, trade, transportation and utilities. And he has this advice for whoever wins the Gubernatorial election on Tuesday: invest in infrastructure and education.
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A Supreme Court Justice on Merit Retention

A number of judicial questions are on the ballot in Florida today. Some ask voters to pick between two candidates up for election to Circuit and County Courts. The others are yes/no questions on merit retention.
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Expect an Election Free of Fraud, Official Says

When millions of Floridians vote Tuesday, theyll do so in accordance with state and federal laws right up to the U.S. Constitution. Those regulations seek to promote voter access while preventing fraud. Debate over that balance has raged for centuries. One Florida official is firm about where he stands.
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