DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - Governor Rick Scott visited Delray Beach Friday afternoon.
He did a ceremonial signing for a bill that allows the remains of unclaimed soldiers to be buried in national cemeteries.
There could be hundreds of forgotten vets who now can be buried with full military honors, according to Scott.
One of the state's largest national cemeteries is in Suburban Lake Worth.
The bill was sponsored by State Sen. Maria Sachs.
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