Governor Crist’s State of the State Address Calls on Legislature to Seize Opportunity to Secure Florida’s Future


Governor Charlie Crist this evening addressed a joint session of the Florida House of Representatives and the Florida Senate to outline his vision for safeguarding Florida’s future by continuing investments in education, public safety and programs that serve Florida’s most vulnerable citizens. As part of his ongoing commitment to strengthening Florida’s economy, the Governor emphasized policy and budget recommendations for the upcoming 2009 Legislative Session that address the priorities of the people of Florida – workforce initiatives, job creation and business development. Continuing the tradition he began in 2008, Governor Crist gave the State of the State Address at 6:00 p.m., rather than during the morning as past Florida

Governors have done.

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