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Florida's 2013 session: Herald/Times interactive list of what passed and failed

The Florida Legislature concluded its 2013 session Friday in a burst of bipartisanship, taking advantage of a resurgent economy to overwhelmingly pass the biggest budget in history that included pay raises to state workers for the first time in seven years.

In the wake of the final flourish, there were over 1,800 bills introduced but only 259 passed both chambers by the 7:16 p.m. sine die on Friday. For a comprehensive list, with links to each of the bills, here is the Herald/Times list of winners and losers. Special thanks to the Herald's Lazaro Gamio.


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/05/03/3379285/upbeat-lawmakers-celebrate-sessions.html#storylink=cpy

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whasup

This is a nifty list, but what it doesn't include at all/or make plain is what the bureaucrats in the state agencies got the legislature to do or failed to get done.

We realize that ain't nearly as sexy as lots of these headline-generating bills, but the people ought to know whether and how much the agencies are getting their way in the legislature.

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