'Hannah Montana' bill killed in Fla. House

Here's some bad news for teary-eyed tweens and frustrated parents: Scoring hard-to-get concert tickets for shows like Hannah Montana might still cost you loads of money and hours of hitting the redial button to get through to ticket sellers.

A bill attempting to crack down on ticket sellers who use automated technology to snatch up event tickets and scalp them for exorbitant prices was killed along a party-line vote in the House Agribusiness committee Tuesday morning.

Democrats backed the measure as a pro-consumer issue. Republicans rejected the measure as anti-business.

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