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Governor Wields Veto Pen Before Signing Budget



Gov. Rick Scott signed Florida's $69-billion budget Thursday, using his line item veto power to chop more than half of a billion dollars in spending. Many of the cuts were for higher education construction projects, and health and human service programs. WLRN-Miami Herald News Reporter Gina Jordan has more.

Budget Signed With Big Vetoes



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