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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Florida finally limits animal sex

Yes, I guess it was ok to have sex with animals in Florida. Even more surprising is that there are 16 other states without such laws. The Florida house is not as kind to some animals because any animals who endanger airplanes can be killed without penalty. I'm packing a gun next time I fly! Oh well, I digress.

The budget committees are meeting today to iron out differences between the house and senate. One of those committees will decide the budgets for individual universities in Florida meaning that we might know in the next couple of days exactly how large the cuts to UF will be. It looks like this morning it's simply a meet and greet (45 minutes are scheduled).

The senate also passed a bill supporting a 15% increase in tuition for state universities and the house is expected to also support this legislation. For the University of Florida that means an extra 20 million or so for the next year. These tuition increases can continue (no more than 15%) until Florida is in line with most other states in terms of tuition costs.


Joe Meert


At 11:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, the question is, does Bernie Machen decide to make cuts anyway?

I know there are probably a few programs or departments which don't fit in his master plan for UF. This would be the best excuse to cut them. Well, now it would be a lack of an excuse, really.


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