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Gov. Scott stops in Bonita Springs for 'Let's Keep Florida Working' tour

Governor Rick Scott visited Bonita Springs Wednesday.  He focused on his "Let's Keep Florida Working" tour.  
/ Source: WBBH-TV

Governor Rick Scott visited Bonita Springs Wednesday.  He focused on his "Let's Keep Florida Working" tour.  
Scott stopped at the Chamber of Commerce in Bonita Springs where he shared plans to put money into airports, sea ports, aerospace and roads.  Several other local politicians joins Governor Scott at Wednesday's event.  
We asked the governor what he thought about a few key topics; including his meeting with Florida scientists this week concerning the climate change and the journalist held hostage in Syrian who is believed to be a Florida native and former University of Central Florida student. 
"They mostly talked about concerns rather than the solution.  What I'm focused on is the solutions," Scott said about his meeting with the Florida scientists who were concerned about climate change. 
Governor Scott shared his condolences to the journalists and families impacted by the incident that occurred in Syria.  
"The President's policy of trying to be most popular has not been a good foreign policy.  You see these fights overseas having an impact on our state and our citizens," said Scott. 
After the event, Congressman Curt Clawson gave us his thoughts on the issues surrounding the state congressional district map.  Clawson explained he hasn't given the topic much time since it's impact to his district is minimal. 
"I've been more worried about what's going on here in Naples, Fort Myers, Marc and Cape.  And what's going on in Washington," said Congressman Clawson. 
Clawson also commented on the journalist believed to be a Florida native being held hostage in Syria. 
"We're all very concerned with what's going on in that part of the world.  I'm very concerned with what that means to our safety and, even more immediately, the safety of our friend Israel," said Clawson.