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  • Republicans to Val Demings: Stop attacking Dan Webster

     
    Nine Republican leaders have come to U.S. Rep. Dan Webster's defense with a letter asking his opponent to stop attacking him in the race for Florida's 10th Congressional District. The letter accuses Democrat Val Demings of putting out campaign mailers and...
  • Dem House leader Thurston ratchets up politics of ‘non-political’ merit retention issue

     
    UPDATES WITH DEAN CANNON RESPONSE A week ago, Florida Democratic Party chair Rod Smith said his organization would not involve itself in the increasingly partisan fight over the merit retention of three Supreme Court justices. His comments came in the...
  • Dorworth: I don’t expect to win, but a recount is worthwhile

     
    Below is an email Rep. Chris Dorworth sent to Republican members of the Florida House of Representatives this afternoon: From: Chris Dorworth Date: Friday, November 9, 2012 2:40 PM To: Chris Dorworth Subject: With great appreciation To my friends and...
  • House Speaker Dean Cannon jumps from legislating to lobbying

     
    Now that his time as speaker of the Florida House of Representatives has ended, Dean Cannon is making his next career move: lobbying the state government that he spent the past two years helping to lead. The Republican lawyer, who had represented the...
  • Dorworth: With Ballard, I’ll help clients “under attack” by government

     
    Chris Dorworth, the Lake Mary Republican who lost his seat in the state House two years before he was to become speaker, says he's looking forward to his new career as a lobbyist with GOP fundraiser Brian Ballard. “I chose to work with Ballard...
  • UCF plans to graduate almost 5,000 students Friday and Saturday

     
    More than 4,700 University of Central Florida students are expected to graduate on Friday and Saturday during commencement ceremonies featuring speakers such as former Speaker of the House Dean Cannon and Valencia College President Sandy Shugart. All...
  • WKMG, Tony Pipitone look at George Zimmerman case; News 13 previews Jim Greer trial

     
    In local public-affairs programming this weekend: WKMG-Channel 6's Tony Pipitone and  legal analyst Luis Calderon discuss the latest in the George Zimmerman case on “Flashpoint.” The program, moderated by Lauren Rowe, airs at 8 a.m. Sunday...
  • Inexperience rules: New analysis shows Florida’s youngest legislators often end up leading

     
    If you’ve ever thought that Florida’s legislature looked more like a fraternity than a collection of serious statesmen, there’s a reason for that … and not just the immaturity of the ideas we see hatched. No, legislative leaders...
  • Senate fast-tracks House court reform

     
    TALLAHASSEE — In a gesture to appease House Speaker Dean Cannon, Senate budget chief J.D. Alexander agreed to fast-track a major re-allignment of the Florida Supreme Court on Monday, adding language to another bill that would break the court into...
  • Property-tax amendment headed to voters

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida voters next year will get to decide whether to give a dramatic property tax benefit to businesses, snowbirds and homeowners facing steeper property taxes thanks to a quirk of Florida tax law. The Florida Senate on Wednesday...
  • House gives Haridopolos his top wish: health-care freedom amendment

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Legislature is taking a second stab at asking voters to repudiate last year’s sweeping federal health care reform. The House of Representatives on Wednesday voted 80-37 to place SJR 2 — the so-called Health Care...