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School daze: boy suspended for knife on camping trip
NAACP claims racism in Brevard schools
City of Cocoa wakes up
$50M for bike trails from St. Petersburg to Titusville
Will Scott wield the veto pen?
Teacher raises approved in Tallahassee
State workers also to get raises
Manchin wants another vote on background checks
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Education, government and money are in focus this morning as we begin our week. We have another student suspended for a ridiculous reason, allegations of racism in Brevard schools and a look at COMMON CORE with a preview of Wednesday’s Brevard 9/12 meeting with Dr. Karen Effrem, an opponent of the program. USA Today hit the nail on the head with Congress bearing responsibility for sequestration. The City of Cocoa is finally getting it and doing its part to make business a little easier in Central Brevard. The Legislature isn’t getting it on spending when $50M is tabbed for bike paths. Teachers and state workers are slated to get pay raises if Governor Scott does not take a hatchet to the budget with his veto pen. WV Senator Joe Manchin wants another vote on background checks. It’s all in play today on BML.