State Politics

May 9, 2009 12:00 AM

With $65B state budget in place, what's Manatee's take?

MANATEE — It seemed as if the Florida Legislature bickered over every single dollar this year, but when the $66.5 billion state budget finally passed Friday, the local delegation did bring more than a little spare change to its home counties.

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