BRADENTON, Fla. — Florida Gov. Rick Scott rolled out his first budget Monday, proposing to slash state government spending by more than $5 billion over two years, reduce corporate income and school property taxes by $2 billion, and spend significantly less in new bond financing.

In the state’s first biennial budget, released at a Tea Party rally outside the state capital, Scott delivered plans to cut the current $70 billion budget to $65.87 billion in 2012 and to $63.28 billion in 2013.

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