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Intersection

Intersection: Friday News Round Table


Governor Rick Scott delivered his annual state of the state address, calling on the legislature for 250-million-dollars for job creation and a billion dollar tax cut. Meanwhile the power-ball reached a record jackpot but what’s the downside to lottery fever? From big money to big animals the circus rolls into Orlando this weekend and it could be the last time you’ll see elephants performing. Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey says it’ll end the elephant show in a few months about two years ahead of schedule.The supreme court rules Florida’s death penalty is unconstitutional, so what does that mean for the state’s 390 death row inmates?
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