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  • Proposed changes to early learning systems worry Fl’s children’s advocates

     
    Florida's early learning office was the subject of a harsh audit recently, and now some lawmakers want to overhaul the state system that administers subsidized childcare and the state's pre-K program. The proposed changes — including one passed by...
  • Dodgers Web musings: Worst offensive infield in baseball?

     
    Looking over the Web with the Dodgers, the question has to be asked: Do they have the worst offensive infield in baseball?...
  • Chipping away at Arizona's SB 1070

     
    A federal judge has temporarily blocked yet another provision of Arizona's controversial SB 1070 immigration measure from being enforced. The 2010 law made it a crime for a person to block traffic when seeking or offering work on streets. U.S.......
  • Lawmakers seek prison time for GPS violators

     
    Lawmakers alarmed at an increase in the number of sex offenders violating parole have vowed legislation to make tampering with their electronic tracking devices a crime that sends them back to prison....
  • ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl 2013

     
    ESPN's coverage of Super Bowl 2013 includes more than 120 hours of TV and radio programming from New Orleans beginning Monday, Jan. 28. ESPN won't be broadcasting the game itself, but the sports behemoth still has plenty of Super Bowl programming across...
  • Senate tax-incentives super-bill emerges

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Florida lawmakers are advancing a sweeping package of reforms of state economic-incentives that would require more rapid and detailed disclosure of the tax-breaks companies have received to fill jobs and closer scrutiny of their...
  • Needle exchange bill is moving in the Senate

     
    By Jennifer Curington TALLAHASSEE — A Senate committee has approved the creation of a needle exchange in Miami-Dade County, a place where drug users can exchange used needles and syringes for unused ones. It’s an approach that medical...
  • Effort to prevent spread of HIV/AIDs faces bleak future

     
    TALLAHASSEE—An effort to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDs among Miami-Dade county drug users cleared its final Senate committee Monday, but is stuck in the House. The legislation would create a pilot program in Miami-Dade county to allow drug users to...
  • ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’ star Scott Bakula on reunion possibilities

     
    Scott Bakula was already familiar to television audiences as Dr. Sam Beckett, the time-traveling do-gooder he played for five seasons ......
  • California lawmaker wants to banish sugary drinks from CalFresh menu

     
    California lawmaker wants healthier beverages for welfare recipients...
  • Unreliable data on distracted driving doesn’t help lawmakers

     
    TALLAHASSEE—Data on how distracted driving impacts Florida car crashes is unreliable, a  highway safety official told lawmakers Tuesday. Florida saw a decrease in crashes and fatalities from 2010 to 2011, but  none of the fatal crashes in 2011...