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  • The Chris Dorworth win

     
    Central Florida's legislative incumbents kicked some serious tail yesterday, even those who weren't facing token opposition from an NPA or a Tea Party candidate. Consider: Eric Eisnaugle – 60 percent; Mike Horner – 61 percent; Steve Precourt...
  • Cannon: GOP super-majority can’t run to the middle, ‘whatever that is’

     
    TALLAHASSEE — In advance of his election as House Speaker on Tuesday, Winter Park Republican Dean Cannon was formally voted in as leader of the House Republican caucus Monday afternoon. And he used the occasion on the House floor to urg...
  • Cannon expands on his judicial bashing

     
    TALLAHASSEE — House Speaker Dean Cannon just talked to reporters briefly about his remarks bashing a majority of the Florida Supreme Court, which earlier this year removed three legislatively drawn constitutional amendments from the ballot. Cannon,...
  • Gelber: Cannon is trying to intimidate the Supreme Court

     
    He may have lost his bid for attorney general, but former state Sen. Dan Gelber apparently has no intention of going quietly back into private practice. In a blog post today — e-mailed by his campaign's press secretary, Christian Ulvert —...
  • Cannon creates Water Policy select committee

     
    TALLAHASSEE — With Florida policymakers protesting federal nutrient standards the state has spent a decade trying to develop on its own and preparing to repeal new septic-tank inspection regulations lawmakers just passed last spri...
  • Florida’s next members of Congress?

     
    As expected, the 2010 census has awarded Florida another two seats in the U.S. House. Orlando and Tampa grew faster than other parts of the state, so those areas would have to be the favorites to wind up with the new seats. Legislators will b...
  • Rubio builds his senate team

     
    WASHINGTON — Incoming U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio announced eight new hires today, including Sally Canfield, a former policy director to Mitt Romney, who will serve a similar role for Florida's next Republican senator. Here's background information...
  • Travel to Florida inched up during first nine months of 2010

     
    Travel to Florida inched up 1.4 percent during the first nine months of last year to just a shade under 62 million visitors, according to data compiled by the state’s tourism-promotion agency. Domestic travel to the state fell 0.4 percent for the...
  • Cannon orders review of Deepwater claims process

     
    TALLAHASSEE — House Speaker Dean Cannon said Thursday he had learned of “numerous breakdowns and inconsistencies” in the federal Deepwater Horizon oil spill claims-handling process, and wants a House committee to inves...
  • Fl. House Speaker Cannon: Orange’s rental-car surcharge request will get ‘chilly reception’ in Tally

     
    Orange County lawmakers crafted a wish list Tuesday for the legislative session that starts March 8, but a top priority — a $2 rental-car surcharge — is likely to get a “chilly reception” from lawmakers, House Speaker Dean Cannon...
  • Senate unveils new Haridopolos-centered Web site

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Senate has re-done its Web site to make it more interactive and “personalized” for taxpayers, and the first change that sticks out is this: There's a lot more Haridopolos. The press release touts features such...