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Ralph E. Massullo Jr., a dermatologist, filed as a Republican to replace Rep. Jimmie Smith in House District 34.

Rep. Barbara Watson has filed for re-election in House District 107.

The Florida Transportation Commission, a nine member board appointed by the governor, approved FDOT's $39.6 billion work plan, which will now head to the Legislature for approval. The House Transportation & Ports Subcommittee also approved an FDOT-supported bill that revised and updated several sections of statute in addition to mandating more money for a program that funds the development of Florida ports.

Democrat Patricia A. Hardemon of Miami Gardens is challenging Rep. Sharon Pritchett in House District 102.

Republican Byron Donalds, who once ran to replace former U.S Rep. Connie Mack in Congress, has announced his intention to run for the seat currently held by Rep. Matt Hudson in 2016.

Brian Hodgers, owner of Complete Choice Insurance, has filed to run for the House District 52 seat currently held by term limited Rep. Ritch Workman, R-Melbourne.

Legislators will convene the 60-day session and state economists will review several major trust funds.

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