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  • Broward Republicans reboot for future

    Broward Republicans reboot for future
    Broward Republicans and their new chairman are undergoing some critical self-analysis to avoid a 2014 repeat of last year's disaster when Republicans lost all the critical, contested races in the county. One of their dreams: turning overwhelmingly...
  • Politics of the continuing Obamacare fight

    Politics of the continuing Obamacare fight
    It’s August, so that means arguing over Obamacare. And, as described in the article posted below this one, South Floridians are getting an earful from a massive marketing campaign and political pitches attempting to sell the virtues or sound the...
  • Business leaders' wish list: county mayor, non-partisan elections, clout with Republicans

    Business leaders' wish list: county mayor, non-partisan elections, clout with Republicans
    The top leaders of the Broward Workshop answered a range of questions Thursday from reporters and editorial writers at the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board. “We’re not here representing anything but, I truly believe, the best interests of the...
  • Range of South Florida voices, pro & con, on same-sex marriage rulings

    Range of South Florida voices, pro & con, on same-sex marriage rulings
    The U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage drew cheers from South Florida gay and lesbian couples, scorn from conservative Christians, and underscored fault lines on the issue within the Republican Party. Here are reports from throughout the...
  • Palm Beach County Mayor's Ball fundraiser set for March 8

    Palm Beach County Mayor's Ball fundraiser set for March 8
    The date is set and invites are circulating for the Palm Beach County Mayor’s Ball – a black tie event intended to raise money for the homeless. New Palm Beach County Mayor Priscilla Taylor pushed for holding the gala, scheduled for March 8,...
  • S. Fla. gays cheer Supreme Court rulings, conservatives object

    S. Fla. gays cheer Supreme Court rulings, conservatives object
    The U.S. Supreme Court delivered historic rulings advancing same-sex marriage on Wednesday, but they won't send couples shopping for rings, cakes and flowers for weddings in the Sunshine State. For gays and lesbians in Florida who hope to marry, the law...
  • Lois Frankel benefits from government shutdown fight

    Lois Frankel benefits from government shutdown fight
    Freshman U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel is a political winner, in the short-term at least, from this month’s partial shutdown of the federal government. Her political position heading toward her first re-election next year has improved, thanks to...
  • New members of Congress hire aides who used to lobby

    New members of Congress hire aides who used to lobby
    Two of freshman U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel's top staffers have come through the "revolving door" to work for her. Her chief of staff and legislative director both did lobbying for public sector unions, according to a review of hiring decisions made by new...
  • South Florida Dems go after tea party, Republican leaders

    South Florida Dems go after tea party, Republican leaders
    “Reckless” was the talking point word of the day Monday as South Florida Democrats sought to turn up the heat on Republicans, blaming the party’s tea party faction for the partial government shutdown and attempting to show how people are...
  • Obama to visit South Florida for work-free weekend

    Obama to visit South Florida for work-free weekend
    After days of jetting around the country to sell his State of the Union proposals, President Barack Obama is following the path set by previous presidents — coming to South Florida for some R&R. The White House has been mum about details, the...
  • South Florida members of Congress push for, get pushed on, immigration reform

    — If the 18 people brought together Monday by two Broward and Palm Beach County members of Congress could rewrite the nation's immigration law, they would stop deportations, prevent exploitation of people living in the U.S. without permission by...