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Gov. Rick Scott heads home as legislature enters overtime

Gov. Rick Scott has had enough.

His spokesman, Brian Burgess, told reporters just after midnight that Scott left the building after a legislative meltown forced overtime tonight.

"The issues left are not ours," Burgess said.

The personality conflicts that contributed to the dramatic final hours have nothing to do with Scott. But at least one bill is critical for him: HB 7203, which includes some of the tax cuts he wanted.

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