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  • This Legislature's 'smashing success' story: House Speaker Dean Cannon

    This Legislature's 'smashing success' story: House Speaker Dean Cannon
    I am amused by Rick Scott's claims of victory in this legislative session. This was House Speaker Dean Cannon's party. Scott entered the Governor's Office as a wildly firing cannon. It was Cannon who aimed the cannon at the targets he wanted to hit,...
  • What do port security, the Patriot Act and partisanship have in common?

     What do port security, the Patriot Act and partisanship have in common?
    In this edition of the Friday Files, we're looking at everything from political lies to a contest for Florida's most unpopular politician. But first, I have a game for you to play: This year, while no one was looking, President Barack Obama made...
  • Today in Tallahassee: Private prison companies, jobs, sewage, budgets

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers plan to keep discussing prisons, jobs, the courts, drugs and budgets today. The House Economic Affairs Committee leads things off at 8:30 a.m. with a dozen bills on the agenda, including an onsite sewage treatment...
  • Today in Tallahassee: Redistricting, gambling, septic tanks

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers begin their second week of session today with redistricting action on the Senate floor and House committees vetting everything from sewage bills and homestead exemptions to murder penalties and the federal health-care...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Insurance, lawmaker testimony and casinos

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and welcome to the Monday edition of the morning reads. Last week, the halfway point of the session, saw the passage of redistricting maps in the House, plus the end of the road for the gambling bill. And a controversial...
  • Today in Tallahassee: Budget, divorce, and speed-reading of bills

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida House is slated to take up its proposed $69.2 billion budget today, while the Senate is inching closer to producing one of its own. Welcome to Day 30 of the 2012 legislative session — the official midpoint, if you...
  • House GOP machine grinds over Senate ‘opt in’ for Citizens customers

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida House GOP leadership split Tuesday over a Senate plan to let unregulated “surplus lines” insurers take policies out of the state-run Citizens Property Insurance Corp. — but only if the policyholders...
  • Latvala on early voting, ideology and the Legislature’s ethics (and lack thereof)

     
    The News Service of Florida had an interesting Q-and-A with veteran legislator Jack Latvala, where the Tampa Bay Republican opined on everything from early voting to the ideology of the Senate. He also teed off on the legislative “bad apples”...
  • Thursday Morning: Foreclosures, Universal and DJJ

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Thursday. Here's what we're reading this morning. * The Orlando Sentinel reports that Universal is laying out the red carpet for GOP lawmakers and lobbyists for some last minute check writing before the 2013...
  • Simmons: I have the votes for Citizens insurance bill

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Sen. David Simmons on Tuesday asked for a week-long delay on a final vote for the Citizens Property Insurance Corp bill he is carrying — but not because he doesn't have the votes to pass it. The bill, SB 1770, makes a host of...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Incentives, eyeballs and schools

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday. Hope you all had a good weekend. Here's what we're reading this morning. * The Orlando Sentinel looks at another one of Gov. Scott's 7-7-7 promises and how effective the governor has been at economic...