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Awake the State rally against Gov. Rick Scott in Tallahassee

Gov. Rick Scott addresses a crowd of supporters at a rally on the steps of Florida's historic Capitol as the Florida legislature convened its 60-day session on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. A coalition of more than 130 tea party groups and 9/12 conservative organizations gathered for a day of lobbying for cuts in state spending and tax cuts. Scott urged them to keep the heat on legislators and hold them -- and him -- accountable for campaign promises they made last fall as candidates. (AP Photo/ Tallahassee Democrat, Bill Cotterell)

Gov. Rick Scott addresses a crowd of supporters at a rally on the steps of Florida's historic Capitol as the Florida legislature convened its 60-day session on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. A coalition of more than 130 tea party groups and 9/12 conservative organizations gathered for a day of lobbying for cuts in state spending and tax cuts. Scott urged them to keep the heat on legislators and hold them -- and him -- accountable for campaign promises they made last fall as candidates. (AP Photo/ Tallahassee Democrat, Bill Cotterell)

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  • Protestors rally across the street from the Old Capitol during the opening of the 2011 Florida legislative session in Tallahassee, Fla., Tuesday, March 8, 2011.(AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
  • Herb Shelton, of Tallahassee, Fla., holds an anti Florida Gov. Rick Scott poster while he waves at motorists during a rally across the street from the Old Capitol on the opening day of the Florida legislative session in Tallahassee, Fla., Tuesday, March 8, 2011. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
  • Gov. Rick Scott addresses a crowd of supporters at a rally on the steps of Florida's historic Capitol as the Florida legislature convened its 60-day session on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. A coalition of more than 130 tea party groups and 9/12 conservative organizations gathered for a day of lobbying for cuts in state spending and tax cuts. Scott urged them to keep the heat on legislators and hold them -- and him -- accountable for campaign promises they made last fall as candidates. (AP Photo/ Tallahassee Democrat, Bill Cotterell)
  • Hundreds of people gathered along Monroe Street in Tallahassee to protest proposed cuts to the state's budget on Tuesday, March 8, the first day of the 2011 Legislative session. A competing tea party rally took place across the street in front of the Old Capitol.  Ryan Mills/Staff
  • Rep. Irv Slosberg, D-Boca Raton, addresses the Awake the State rally across the street from the Old Capitol in Tallahassee on Tuesday, March 8, the first day of the 2011 Legislative session. Participants protested proposed cuts to the state's budget..  Ryan Mills/Staff
  • Gerald Losey, 78, of Tallahassee participated in the Awake the State rally protesting proposed cuts to the state's budget. The rally was held across the street from the Old Capitol on Tuesday, March 8, the first day of the 2011 Legislative session.  Ryan Mills/Staff
  • Hundreds of people gathered along Monroe Street in Tallahassee to protest proposed cuts to the state's budget on Tuesday, March 8, the first day of the 2011 Legislative session. A competing tea party rally took place across the street in front of the Old Capitol.  Ryan Mills/Staff
  • Hundreds of people gathered along Monroe Street in Tallahassee to protest proposed cuts to the state's budget on Tuesday, March 8, the first day of the 2011 Legislative session. A competing tea party rally took place across the street in front of the Old Capitol.  Ryan Mills/Staff
  • Hundreds of people gathered along Monroe Street in Tallahassee to protest proposed cuts to the state's budget on Tuesday, March 8, the first day of the 2011 Legislative session. A competing tea party rally took place across the street in front of the Old Capitol.  Ryan Mills/Staff

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