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  • House gets ethics bill moving again

     
    TALLAHASSEE – A week after delaying a vote, a House committee advanced an ethics reform on Tuesday that would make it harder for ex-lawmakers to score high-paying jobs thanks to their political contacts. The House State Affairs Committee OK'd the...
  • House panel passes ethics reform, although differences remain

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Less than three weeks into the 60-day session, House and Senate lawmakers are both advancing ethics changes designed to hold politicians to higher standards of conduct while they’re in office and after they’ve left. But...
  • LeMieux: I netted nearly $1 million in three months

     
    WASHINGTON — Former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux announced today that he received more than $950,000 in contributions over the last three months — a haul that his campaign said amounts to “winning the fundraising quarter over the...
  • Miller jumps into Florida senate race

     
    WASHINGTON — After a third-place finish in a 2010 congressional race, Craig Miller, former CEO of Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, is hoping that upping the stakes can better his luck. On Tuesday, Miller plans to announce his intention to run for U.S....
  • Mike Haridopolos friend, supporter sees no hidden meaning to dropping out of U.S. Senate race

     
    Jack Furnari, a longtime Boca Raton political activist, is a longtime friend of Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos, and supported his candidacy for U.S. Senate. Haridopolos dropped out of the U.S. Senate race on Monday. ???I???ve known...
  • Nelson still tough to beat with Haridopolos out

     
    Does Mike Haridopolos' decision yesterday to quit the race for the U.S. Senate fundamentally change what the incumbent, Democrat Bill Nelson, can expect to face in the November 2012 general election? Unlikely. Haridopolos and Adam Hasner were the...
  • Haridopolos rips Hasner, hoping for a ‘principled conservative’ to run

     
    VIERA — After a legislative redistricting hearing in his home county, Senate President Mike Haridopolos didn't mince words Thursday about the U.S. Senate race he quit last week and who he won't be backing in it. “I can tell you one thing: I...
  • Lyndsey Cruley is Haridopolos’ new Senate mouthpiece

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate President Mike Haridopolos has hired House Majority Office press guru Lyndsey Cruley to be his new press secretary. Cruley has been handling media for the Legislature's redistricting hearings, and is a 2009 graduate of Florida...
  • Haridopolos shows for redistricting hearing, urges patience, gets called out

     
    VIERA — Senate President Mike Haridopolos on Thursday urged a hometown crowd to have realistic expectations when lawmakers re-draw political maps next year, saying “even if you draw a perfect square or perfect circle” people in the...
  • Jim Greer's rise in Florida GOP was as stunning as his fall

    Jim Greer's rise in Florida GOP was as stunning as his fall
    OVIEDO — Jim Greer loved to throw parties at his big, fancy home here, and he did it often. Sometimes he would literally roll out a red carpet. Guests arrived in tuxedos. Later, in the backyard, in front of a rock band, Greer would grab a microphone...
  • Unforgiving law creates new injustice

    Bill Dillon's story captivated the state last year. After 27 years in prison, the Brevard County resident was freed -- the result of belated tests that proved his DNA wasn't actually on the bloody T-shirt used in his murder conviction. An alleged...