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  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With Mother Nature apparently officially done with toying with our affections (the past few days of spring-ish weather are over and December has officially returned) we're feeling a bit sluggish and on the sleepy...
  • Judge says state can’t privatize all prison health-care

     
    By Brandon Larrabee, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — A judge struck down a decision by the Legislative Budget Commission to privatize health-care at prisons across most of the state, one of the first times a court has weighed in on the...
  • Corbett: "There are going to be some people out there that, no matter what we do, that are not going to forgive me for doing that investigation."

     
    HARRISBURG — State officials are considering a number of “alternatives” to pay for $2.5 billion in badly needed repairs and reconstruction of Pennsylvania’s network of roads and bridges, Gov. Tom Corbett said in wide-ranging...
  • Michael Hiltzik: The privatization of UC

     
    Attacking the University of California is a perennial political sport -- who can forget that Ronald Reagan's heckling of Berkeley students was as important in launching his conservative political career as was the support of General Electric Co.? But the....
  • Paris prepares for major zoo renovation, to be finished in 2014 (no elephants included)

     
    PARIS — For a zoo, it's a quiet and lonely place. Among the few remaining residents of Paris' main animal park are the giraffes -- whose long necks make travel inconvenient -- and a hippo who was permitted to stay......
  • More postal matters

     
    From "Testimony of Chairman Ruth Goldway, Postal Regulatory Commission (.pdf) Before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight And Government Reform Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service and the District of Columbia, November 5,...
  • Mike Thomas: Far-right lunatic!

     
    Thought I'd share this with the class. Got this e-mail, which was copied to everyone in the state of Florida. I couldn't resist a response. Which provoked a response.    Subject: First they came for the children.  The children will in some ca...
  • Senate leader pushes private prisons

     
    By John Kennedy The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida Republicans are taking on a major Democratic ally with legislation that would weaken the state’s largest teachers’ union, but now the Senate’s top budget writer is als...
  • Down to Earth: Obama's new space policy

     
    President outlines his plans for a more efficient space program that relies on other countries and private enterprise....
  • Sink: Alternative energy is good – but mandates need study

     
    By Keith Laing     The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Likely Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink on Tuesday released her plans to tackle energy issues if she is elected governor, and promised a study of mandatory ben...
  • Evaluating the GOP gubernatorial jobs plans

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Judging by the blistering attack ads run by Rick Scott and Bill McCollum – castigating each other on immigration, abortion, and corporate fraud — voters might be hard-pressed to decipher how they plan to address Florida’...