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Charlie Crist signs worker's comp bill, vetoes auctioneering

Gov. Charlie Crist just signed the worker's compensation bill into law. Crist didn't issue a letter as to why. He did explain in a letter that he vetoed an auctioneering bill because it was too much "big gubment." Well, actually he didn't say that. It was too much regulation, etc. More here on HB63 veto: Download 63


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Good bye charley

Charley,pandering to big business insurance interests rather then the working middle class just made up my mind for me,I will vote for any person who opposed this bill,which will be struck down by the high court again anyways.

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