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March 3, 2014 9:12 PM

Gov. Scott re-election drive colors legislative session

As Florida lawmakers open their annual legislative session Tuesday and the governor gives his fourth state-of-the-state address, overshadowing everything for the Republican-controlled Legislature is one overriding goal: the re-election of Gov. Rick Scott.

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