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Gov. Scott in D.C. for meetings of RGA, NGA

Gov. Rick Scott headed to Washington for the annual meeting of the Republican Governors Association. The RGA, chaired by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, is a group that does extensive campaign fund-raising activity and will help Scott fend off a Democratic challenge next fall. A spokesman for Scott's campaign said he spoke on a panel on the subject of higher education.

Scott also plans to be in Washington for meetings of the National Governors Association, a non-partisan policy organization. Two years ago, Scott dropped Florida's membership in the NGA.

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