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Things To Know for Friday's Legislative Session

It's the end of the week and most lawmakers have already headed home. Here are a few things to watch in Tallahassee on Friday:
-The Legislative Black Caucus will hold a rally at the Old Capitol to support Medicaid expansion, followed by a workshop on the issue.
-Later in the evening, the Black Caucus holds its 20th annual gala.
-State analysts will look into the financial impact of several bills and budget items, including a proposed tax break for converting vehicles to natural gas (HB 579) and online sales tax (SB 316).
-First Lady Ann Scott will kick off Child Abuse Prevention Month at an event at the Governor's Mansion.
Tia Mitchell (Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau)


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Will Rick Scott ask Chairman Lenny Curry to resign?


The Duval REC is in shambles and their support of Jennifer Carroll after her resignation has the Governor's Office fuming. The fingers are pointing and plenty of blame going around.


What did they do to support Carroll?

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