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Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.

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Michel Fortier/Staff Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.

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Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott introduced himself to Lee County Sheriff's Office Major Jim Jones during a ceremonial signing of four bills aimed at protecting victims of crime and protecting minors on Friday in Fort Myers.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott listens to Florida Senator Lizbeth Benacquisto talk about HB 437 and how it will help protect children during a ceremonial bill signingat the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott introduces himself to Amy Kirkby and her sun Ayden, 3, during a ceremonial bill signing on Friday at the Lee County Sheriff's Office.  Kirkby's husband, Lee County Detective Steve Kirkby, was injured in the line of duty on May 9, 2012.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott, foreground center, was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.  Florida Senator Lizbeth Benacquisto was also on hand to help explain the significance of the bills in protecting citizens of the state of Florida.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.
  • Michel Fortier/Staff
Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills.  Florida Senator Lizbeth Benacquisto was also on hand to speak about the importance of the bills.
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Florida Senator Lizbeth Benacquisto hugs Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott prior to Florida Governor Rick Scott signing four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors on Friday at the Lee County Sheriff's Office.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday for a ceremonial signing of four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.  Left to right, Lee County Sheriff Detective Steve Kirkby, Florida Senator Lizbeth Benacquisto and Florida Governor Rick Scott.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott was at the Lee County Sheriff's Office on Friday to sign four crime victim protection state legislative bills including a bill to help protect minors.  After signing the bills, he handed out the ceremonial pens to Lee County Sheriff Rick Scott and other people involved in the creation of the four bills.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott introduces himself to Amy Kirkby and her sun Ayden, 3, during a ceremonial bill signing on Friday at the Lee County Sheriff's Office.  Kirkby's husband, Lee County Detective Steve Kirkby, was injured in the line of duty on May 9, 2012.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott introduces himself to Amy Kirkby and her sun Ayden, 3, who becomes a bit shy during a ceremonial bill signing on Friday at the Lee County Sheriff's Office.  Kirkby's husband, Lee County Detective Steve Kirkby, was injured in the line of duty on May 9, 2012.

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staghorn writes:

typical republican, all bald guys with the big mouths.

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