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  • Florida senators meet with feds over health care money

    Florida senators meet with feds over health care money
    TALLAHASSEE — Amid growing budget discord that could derail this year's session of the Florida Legislature, Senate President Andy Gardiner dispatched two top Republican senators to Washington to talk with federal officials about more than $1 billion...
  • In Tallahassee, there's a low-profile push for child welfare

    In Tallahassee, there's a low-profile push for child welfare
    TALLAHASSEE — In a state legislative session preoccupied with gambling, guns, booze and tax cuts, the Children's Movement of Florida is pushing a cause that gets little attention: health care and early education for children from poor families. It...
  • Scott, Cabinet hire GOP counsel for defense in Sunshine Law case

    Scott, Cabinet hire GOP counsel for defense in Sunshine Law case
    The general counsel of the Republican Party of Florida is part of a legal team selected to represent Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet in their fight against allegations of violating the Sunshine Law in the ouster of former Florida Department of Law...
  • Lt. Gov. Lopez-Cantera mum on Rubio support

    Lt. Gov. Lopez-Cantera mum on Rubio support
    TALLAHASSEE – Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera is reportedly looking at running for U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s seat if he runs for President, but he wouldn’t say Tuesday if he will be supporting a potential Rubio bid. According to Politico,...
  • State leaders need to buy land to protect the Everglades

    State leaders need to buy land to protect the Everglades
    The following opinion piece was written by students attending the Biscayne Bay Campus Honors College at Florida International University: The Everglades needs more protective legislation, not less. Our Honors College class is appealing to Gov. Rick...
  • Gov. Rick Scott, Cabinet tangle over agency heads review

    Gov. Rick Scott, Cabinet tangle over agency heads review
    TALLAHASSEE - A power struggle between Gov. Rick Scott and Florida Cabinet members played out Tuesday in a discussion of how to proceed in reviewing department heads. Scott wants to get rid of three agency heads – Marshall Stranburg of the...
  • Scott must address climate change: Editorial

    Scott must address climate change: Editorial
    Secret words Never mind all the claims from former state environmental regulators, consultants and volunteers; Gov. Rick Scott and his staff insist his administration didn't ban the use of the terms "climate change" and "global warming" in official...
  • Tallahassee's malpractice making Florida sick

    Tallahassee's malpractice making Florida sick
    Florida's resistance to the Affordable Care Act has gone beyond annoying partisanship. It now threatens the state's economy and quality of life. Because Florida didn't create a state-run exchange on which individuals and small business owners can buy...
  • Chris Christie returns to campaign trail in South Florida

    Chris Christie returns to campaign trail in South Florida
    Chris Christie, whose presidential hopes have been running into increasing turbulence, sold himself to influential Republicans as a straight-talking problem solver during weekend appearances in South Florida. The New Jersey governor isn't —...
  • 50 years after Selma, civil-rights issues remain: Editorial

    50 years after Selma, civil-rights issues remain: Editorial
    The timing of the 50th anniversary of the Selma civil-rights march couldn't be better. As the nation continues to grapple with problems associated with race, excessive force by police and the vote, there may be no better time to pause for a national...
  • Problems remain as we remember Selma march

    Problems remain as we remember Selma march
    The timing of the 50th anniversary of the Selma civil rights march couldn't be better. As the nation continues to grapple with problems associated with race, excessive force by police and the vote, there may be no better time to pause for a national...