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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Republican Gov. Rick Scott is calling his first legislative session a success, pointing at tax cuts, changes to the Medicaid program, education bills, a measure requiring state employees to pay into their pensions and more as victories that will make Florida more attractive for businesses.

He by no means got everything he wanted out of the session that ended early Saturday — most notably, corporate tax cuts weren’t as large as he wanted and he wasn’t able to follow through on a campaign promise to get tougher on illegal immigrants — but Scott said he was happy with the compromises that were made.

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