State of the State Address
In Tallahassee, Florida Governor Rick Scott delivered his State of the State Address from the House Chamber at the capitol Tuesday morning.
Much of his speech focused on taxes and job creation.
Scott praised Floridians for being hard working and making the state not just a tourist destination but also a place of opportunity.
Scott addressed education, proposing that 80 million of this year's budget go to, "colleges and universities who graduate students best positioned to get jobs."
Florida's Republican governor also proposed 18.8 billion dollars in investments in K-12 education.
The Governor also said he hopes to get rid of the 15% annual inflationary increase in college tuition.
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