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  • Statewide ban on disposable plastic bags is signed into law by Brown

    California will have the nation's first statewide ban on disposable plastic bags under a measure signed Tuesday by Gov. Jerry Brown, who also expanded gun controls and personal privacy protections in an eclectic final flurry of bill signings for the year....
  • Florida Dem mailer in House District 30 has fake quote

    Florida Dem mailer in House District 30 has fake quote
    Winter Park resident Linda Manzonelli looks pretty upset in the photo on the front of a political mailer that hit mailboxes in Florida House District 30 last week. "Bob Cortes' tax plan means we pay more...and I can't afford it," says a quote next to...
  • Charlie Crist isn't one of you, Republican mailer warns Democrats

    Charlie Crist isn't one of you, Republican mailer warns Democrats
    In an attempt to sow seeds of skepticism among Democrats about Charlie Crist’s bona fides as a Democrat, the Republican Party of Florida is sending out blunt mailers to South Florida Democrats. The mailers attempt to undermine Crist on one of...
  • Keeping options open, Mitt Romney alters reality on 47% remark

    Keeping options open, Mitt Romney alters reality on 47% remark
    Would-be presidential candidates often keep their options open in defiance of reality, which perhaps explains why Mitt Romney, who has twice lost presidential bids, has been making a few hints that he may not be done seeking the White House. But in an...
  • Longwood commissioner Bob Cortes resigns to run for State House

    Longwood commissioner Bob Cortes resigns to run for State House
    Longwood Commissioner Bob Cortes resigned from his seat on Monday because he will soon move into Altamonte Springs. Cortes is the Republican candidate for state House District 30, and he is moving to Altamonte Springs so that he can live within that...
  • Florida to mail out $200 million in college refunds, week before election

    TALLAHASSEE Fla. (Reuters) - Just before Election Day, thousands of Florida families who participate in prepaid college savings plans will receive refunds, or major cuts in their monthly payments, and Governor Rick Scott is not shy about taking credit for...
  • McConnell wraps opponent in Obama, gains edge in Kentucky Senate race

    LEXINGTON, Ky. When Jim Cauley returned to Pikeville, Ky., this month for his 30th high school reunion, he heard familiar complaints from old classmates. "I can't believe you did that to us," Cauley said. "That's their favorite line." Though a native of...
  • Brazil heads into white-knuckle presidential election; Bolivia, Uruguay follow

    With only a few days to go before Sunday's Brazilian presidential election, the only thing that seems certain is that it's too close to call and is likely to be determined in a runoff. Recent polls show President Dilma Rousseff in a virtual dead heat...
  • Report: Md governor's race among nation's most negative

    Report: Md governor's race among nation's most negative
    If you thought the televised ads in Maryland’s gubernatorial race seemed particularly negative recently, it’s not just you.  New data released Tuesday ranked Maryland as having the highest percentage of negative television ads in any...
  • Malloy, Foley Clash On Taxes, Economy in Debate

    Malloy, Foley Clash On Taxes, Economy in Debate
    WEST HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican business executive Tom Foley clashed Tuesday night on the economy, jobs and state spending in their second major televised debate. In a one-hour broadcast in front of a live audience at the...
  • Charlie Crist sells himself as regular guy

    Charlie Crist sells himself as regular guy
    Sitting at the dining table in a modest Hollywood home — with every move recorded by a phalanx of news cameras — Charlie Crist sought to portray himself Tuesday as a regular guy driven by concern for the struggles of everyday Floridians....