TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Republican Gov. Rick Scott has begun airing 30-second TV ads talking about his poor upbringing and other issues as he begins to ramp up his re-election effort. The governor has snapped up $2.2 million worth of television ads seeking to reintroduce himself to voters.
MIAMI (AP) - Federal health officials say more than 442,000 Florida residents have signed up for health plans under the Affordable Care Act. That number is close to a target goal of 477,000 signups sought by the Obama administration by the end of March.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The woman who was riding with Justin Bieber in a Lamborghini when he was arrested in South Florida has sued the New York Daily News, accusing the paper of libel. Attorney Andrew Parker Felix filed the lawsuit Tuesday for Chantel Jeffries, whose lawsuit claims the newspaper falsely reported she had a criminal record. The Daily News issued no immediate comment.
MIAMI (AP) - Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says the team's stadium must be overhauled if South Florida wants to host another Super Bowl, spurring his decision to pay for up to $400 million in renovations himself. In exchange, Ross wants an exemption from up to $4 million in annual property taxes, with Miami-Dade County assuming ownership of the stadium.
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