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Fla. governor wants $1.2 billion more for schools


Florida Gov. Rick Scott will ask for a $1.2 billion boost in spending on public schools in the coming year, a move that could set up a clash with the Republican-controlled Legislature but could boost his bid for re-election, the Associated Press reports. Scott revealed the figure when he outlined his top spending priorities during The Associated Press’ 19th annual planning meeting on Wednesday. His announcement comes a day before the Republican governor is expected to make his 2013 budget recommendations to state legislators. Scott will give additional details on his budget proposal, although it is unlikely that Scott will provide a definitive answer on whether he supports accepting federal aid to expand Medicaid…

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