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Awake the State rally in downtown Naples

From left, Maryellen Parker, of Naples, Betty Van Arsdale, of Naples, and Johanna Kobran, of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., gather at City Hall in downtown Naples for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. Around 50 gathered at City Hall, marched down 5th Avenue South and ended up in Cambier Park to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff

From left, Maryellen Parker, of Naples, Betty Van Arsdale, of Naples, and Johanna Kobran, of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., gather at City Hall in downtown Naples for an "Awake the State" rally on Tuesday afternoon. Around 50 gathered at City Hall, marched down 5th Avenue South and ended up in Cambier Park to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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  • Michael Rodriguez, left, and his mother, Noelia Rodriguez, both of Naples, march on 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples on Tuesday afternoon during an 'Awake the State' rally against Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts for Florida. Around one hundred people to voice their concern for teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Cynthia Odierna, of Naples, leads a chorus of demonstrators during an 'Awake the State' rally in Cambier Park in Naples on Tuesday afternoon. Around 50 gathered at City Hall, marched down 5th Avenue South and ended up in Cambier Park to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Maryellen Parker, of Naples, Betty Van Arsdale, of Naples, and Johanna Kobran, of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., gather at City Hall in downtown Naples for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. Around 50 gathered at City Hall, marched down 5th Avenue South and ended up in Cambier Park to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Over 50 people gathered at City Hall in downtown Naples before marching down 5th Avenue South and ending up in Cambier Park for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. The rally, one of two dozen being held around Florida, provided a public venue for people to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Over 50 people gathered at City Hall in downtown Naples before marching down 5th Avenue South and ending up in Cambier Park for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. The rally, one of two dozen being held around Florida, provided a public venue for people to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Over 50 people gathered at City Hall in downtown Naples before marching down 5th Avenue South and ending up in Cambier Park for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. The rally, one of two dozen being held around Florida, provided a public venue for people to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Over 50 people gathered in Cambier Park in Naples for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. The rally, one of two dozen being held around Florida, provided a public venue for people to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Over 50 people gathered in Cambier Park in Naples for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. The rally, one of two dozen being held around Florida, provided a public venue for people to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Over 50 people gathered in Cambier Park in Naples for an 'Awake the State' rally on Tuesday afternoon. The rally, one of two dozen being held around Florida, provided a public venue for people to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Over 50 people gathered in Cambier Park in Naples for an 'Awake the State' rally on a Tuesday afternoon in March. The rally, one of two dozen being held around Florida, provided a public venue for people to voice their disapproval of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts. Topics of concern included teachers' pay, corporate tax breaks, collective bargaining, health care and the abandoned high speed rail system. Tristan Spinski/Staff

Over 50 people attended the 'Awake the State' in Naples, one of two dozen being held across Florida as people voice their concern over teachers' pay, the right to collective bargaining, corporate tax breaks, health care and the state's abandoned high speed rail system

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