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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)