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Gov. Rick Scott, once vehemently opposed to federal spending, is going to ask the Legislature (again) for the budget authority needed to apply for funds from the federal health care reform law. This request comes with added pressure: Millions in federal education grant dollars also hinge on whether Florida accepts the money.