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  • Bill McCollum’s gift to Pam Bondi

     
    Former Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum didn't save his campaign for governor by taking the lead in a multi-state lawsuit challenging last year's health care reform law, but his decision is paying big political dividends for his s...
  • The chamber and immigration

     
    Florida's Chamber of Commerce has a new study (which you can read here) outlining its positions on immigration. For an organization that supports – with few exceptions – Republicans, its findings might seem philosophically&#...
  • Federal judge in Pensacola rules Obamacare unconstitutional

     
    News Service of Florida A federal judge in Pensacola ruled Monday that the federal health care law is unconstitutional, likely setting up a final decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson became the second judge to declare the...
  • Cost of winning governor’s mansion: $85 million

     
    Gov. Rick Scott obliterated all Florida campaign finance records with the $85 million he spent last year to defeat Bill McCollum in the primary and Alex Sink in the general election, according to final reports posted Tuesday at the Florida Division of...
  • Scott kind of makes some news on FOX, but not really

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott's communications office is bent on keeping their boss from fielding any tough questions as he rolls out what is likely to be a controversial state budget proposal that slashes somewhere close to $5 billion in spending....
  • Rick Scott lied on education

     
    This is from the highly regarded Politifact web site, which holds politicians accountable for what they say. Education cuts show up in Rick Scott's budget Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his highly anticipated state budget on Feb. 7, 2011, which, as promised,...
  • Shannon Gravitte joins Mears

     
    Shannon Gravitte, a former aide to former Congressman Bill McCollum, will join Mears Transportation Group later this month. Gravitte was named vice president of government and community affairs and will help steer the family-owned taxi, bus and town car...
  • Ex-McCollum aide to join Mears Transportation

     
    Shannon Gravitte, a former aide to former Congressman Bill McCollum, will join Mears Transportation Group later this month. Gravitte was named vice president of government and community affairs and will help steer the family-owned taxi, bus and town car...
  • Cannon’s House is a machine

     
    TALLAHASSEE — For the last 59 days as House speaker, Winter Park Rep. Dean Cannon has run a tight ship. Unlike the deliberately paced Florida Senate, the Florida House of Representatives usually starts up its daily session right on time. Cannon...
  • Bondi’s office starts laying off cyber-crime staff

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers opted this spring to transfer oneprized priority of former Attorney General Bill McCollum– aChild Predator Cybercrime Unit– out of the office of new Attorney General Pam Bondi. Lawmakers shifting the...
  • Former AG McCollum joins SNR Denton

     
    Former Attorney General Bill McCollum has joined SNR Denton's Washington D.C. office to lead its state attorneys general practice, the firm announced Wednesday. “With the recent, dramatic growth in state Attorneys General consumer protection...