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Republicans calling again for Gov. Rick Scott

Gov. Rick Scott has recorded another phone call that the Republican Party of Florida is blasting out today.

We're told the call is Scott talking about a pair of new laws in Florida: One requiring drug testing for welfare recipients and another aimed at cracking down on the state's prescription drug epidemic.

The drug testing law is one of the few things for which the unpopular Scott has received high marks from the public. He initially opposed the prescription drug changes, but came around and back the bill, which is largely an initiative from Attorney General Pam Bondi.

Republicans also paid for another phone call last month that let Scott tell Floridians about his vetoes of the "special interest waste" that his fellow Republicans put in the state budget. Listen to that phone call here.

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