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Brenda Snipes Takes Fight To Get Her Job Back To Federal Court Monday

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Brenda Snipes Takes Fight To Get Her Job Back To Federal Court MondayBroward's former elections supervisor Brenda Snipes will square off Monday in federal court against Gov. Rick Scott in a bid to get her job back.
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Broward's former elections supervisor Brenda Snipes will square off Monday in federal court against Gov. Rick Scott in a bid to get her job back. Ken Molestina reports.

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