January 31, 2014
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Gov. Scott releases $74.2 billion budget plan for next fiscal year (The Florida Current)
A Medal Of Valor, 30 Years In Coming (audio - NPR)
Program puts probationers on the proper path (Citrus Chronicle – subscription required)
More hope for ex-offenders in Jacksonville (video - Action News JAX)
Fugitives in canoe no match for cops in motorboat (Gainesville Sun)
Women caught smuggling drugs into prison (The Times)
Governor Rick Scott Unveils 2014-2015 “It’s Your Money Tax Cut Budget”
Department of Corrections Budget Will Help Ensure the Safety of Florida Families, Enhance Efficiencies and Reduce Recidivism
Officer Deville from Polk Correctional Receives Silver Star from the Pentagon
Madison & Taylor Correctional K-9 Teams Help Sheriff’s Office
WOOF Gets a Visit from Pups N Pals
108 Graduate at Gulf Correctional with GED and Vocational Certificates
Madison Correctional Culinary Program Celebrates 16 Graduates
Bonsai Behind Bars Gets Annual Visit from the Bonsai Master
Thank You – Avon Park Correctional Supports Local High School
Everglades Inmates Take One More Step Towards Re-Entry
10 Graduate with their GED at Liberty Correctional
Sumter Correctional Grads Are Movin’ On Up
Congratulations to DeSoto Correctional DIRECT Program Graduates!
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