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Miami is for Cheaters, after Texas and D.C.

Just in time for Valentines Day, the dating website for those seeking extra-marital affairs has come out with its list of the most unfaithful cities.

And do you really have to ask if Florida made the list compiled by AshleyMadison.com, the website that promotes itself with the saying You only live once. Have an affair.

Miami comes in at No. 4, based upon AshleyMadison.coms user data.

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Rick Scott to Announce Jobs at Replacement Tire King’s HQ


Gov. Rick Scott, who was in Lake Mary on Wednesday as Verizon Communications announced plans to bring up to 750 jobs to Central Florida, will be in Palm Beach Gardens on Thursday, for a similar release at the new headquarters for TBC Corp., the governor's office announced.

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NFIB/Florida: Obama’s Minimum Wage Hike a ‘Job Killer’


Raising the minimum wage to $9 an hour, as President Obama proposed in his State of the Union address on Tuesday, will be a job killer in Florida, claimed NFIB/Floridas Executive Director Bill Herrle.

A government mandate such as this would need to be completely absorbed by small-business owners, who are already operating on razor-thin margins, Herrle stated in a release.

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Calls for Contributions Top Florida’s Complaints in January

Solicitation of contributions, landlord issues and motor vehicle repairs topped the list of complaints by Florida consumers in January, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

The states 1-800-HELP-FLA consumer assistance hotline fielded 3,690 complaints last month, as the department also received 24,621 calls and 663 emails for consumer assistance and information.

In the monthly report, the department also:

-- initiated 180 investigations (156 administrative and 24 criminal);

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Scott Asks Legislators to Join Him on the Budget

Gov. Rick Scott used his weekly video address to continue pushing his 2013 fiscal plan, including teacher pay raises and cuts to manufacturing sales taxes.

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Spaceport Designation Backed in House for Space Coast Airport

With officials on the Space Coast searching for private firms to help bridge the gap between the now-retired space shuttle program and rollout of the Space Launch System, a bill designed to expand where space-related incentives can be obtained by the private sector cleared its first hurdle in the state House.

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Katie Edwards Orders Gut-Busting Beer Servings


The guess is that Rep. Katie Edwards didnt run her latest bill by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has tapped out super-sized soft drinks at 16 ounces at restaurants, concession stands and other eateries in his city.

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Rick Scott, Ann Scott to Support Human Trafficking Victims

Gov. Rick Scott and first lady Ann Scott will be in Miami on Wednesday afternoon to lend their support to victims of human trafficking.

The Scotts are scheduled to attend a press conference with child advocate organizations at the state attorneys office in Miami, according to a release from the governors office.

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UCF, FIU Medical Schools Reach Full Accreditation

The University of Central Florida and Florida International University have received accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the State University System of Florida announced Tuesday.

The designation allows graduates of those programs to be matched to residency programs as they advance in their careers.

State University System Chancellor Frank Brogan

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R Street: Plan to Shed Citizens Policies a Win for Taxpayers


The free-market supportive think tank R Street Institute has backed the move Monday by the Citizens Property Insurance Corp. board of governors to have Florida-based Weston Insurance Co. take over the approximately 31,000 personal residential, commercial residential and commercial nonresidential wind-only policies.

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