Gov. Rick Scott waves to festival participants as grand marshal of the annual Springtime Tallahassee parade Saturday, April 2, 2011, ignoring many catcalls and picket signs protesting his plans to cut the state workforce. The 'Pink Slip Rick' signs were distributed by the Florida AFL-CIO, which is lobbying against the governorís budget plans that call for cuts in the state workforce, pension payments by Florida Retirement System members and changes in insurance coverage. The governor and his wife, Ann, were also loudly applauded by many spectators who shouted encouragement as they passed by. (AP Photo/Tallahassee Democrat, Bill Cotterell)

Gov. Rick Scott waves to festival participants as grand marshal of the annual Springtime Tallahassee parade Saturday, April 2, 2011, ignoring many catcalls and picket signs protesting his plans to cut the state workforce. The "Pink Slip Rick" signs were distributed by the Florida AFL-CIO, which is lobbying against the governorís budget plans that call for cuts in the state workforce, pension payments by Florida Retirement System members and changes in insurance coverage. The governor and his wife, Ann, were also loudly applauded by many spectators who shouted encouragement as they passed by. (AP Photo/Tallahassee Democrat, Bill Cotterell)

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