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Five things to watch Tuesday

With four days left in the session countdown, Tuesday is deadline day for the budget to be sewed up. It’s also the day that proponents of a bill to allow in-state tuition for children of undocumented immigrants may get their long-awaiting Senate vote. Meanwhile, here are five more things to watch for:

* A bill to set up a new process to determine which professional sports franchises will be eligible to compete for state sales tax rebates, SB 1216, will be debated in the Senate.

* A bill to impose new financial requirements and oversight of charities operating in Florida is up for debate in the Senate -- SB 638. The House has approved its version.

* A proposal to authorize a needle exchange pilot program in Miami-Dade County is up for final approval in the Senate.

* Gov. Rick Scott will meet with seniors at the Volen Center in Boca Raton to discuss the impact of changes to the Medicare Advantage program.

* Republican state Reps. Jose Felix Diaz and Mike Hill call a press conference to put their support behind the Keystone XL pipeline.

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