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Published on Sep 18, 2012
Gov. Rick Scott meets with reporters and talks about the lessons he learned from his education listening tour around Florida. He specifically says in this interview that education is his biggest priority and that prompts a question of whether he has shifted his main priority from jobs to education. The governor is asked about the secret taping of Mitt Romney during a private fundraiser in Boca Raton.
He talks about the latest report of hazing at Florida A&M University, his voter purge effort, and the results of his six trade missions. He ticks off a list of economic indicators that he says shows Florida's economy is doing better. And he engages in a sharp exchange with a Bloomberg reporter when pressed about a state report showing most of Florida's drop in unemployment has resulted because so many people have dropped out of the labor force.