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  • Elected officials chafe under ethics laws that ban lobbyist gifts

    Elected officials chafe under ethics laws that ban lobbyist gifts
    Ethics restrictions prohibiting local elected officials from accepting anything of value – a cup of coffee, a glass of wine or a meal – from lobbyists, vendors or anyone else with business before them are much too restrictive for Hollywood...
  • Florida Senate President blasts Miami Dolphins owner

    Florida Senate President blasts Miami Dolphins owner
    11:20 a.m. | Original post 12:34 p.m. | Updated with response from Florida Jobs First Florida Senate President Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, slammed the political tactics employed by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross on Friday, suggesting that the...
  • Broward's political, lobbying establishment gets behind Jim Waldman's Senate campaign

    Broward's political, lobbying establishment gets behind Jim Waldman's Senate campaign
    State Rep. Jim Waldman has one pretty clear message regarding his 2016 candidacy for Florida Senate: Everyone’s behind me, so nobody else ought to bother running. (Memo to former State Sen. Skip Campbell, who held the seat until he was forced from...
  • School Anti-Bullying Programs Ineffective

    The school year has hardly started, and the first bullying-related fatality has made headlines. On Aug. 27, 15-year-old Bart Palosz of Greenwich took his life, apparently after unrelenting bullying made the thought of another school year unbearable....
  • Candidate mischief deprives South Florida voters of a say in some races

    Candidate mischief deprives South Florida voters of a say in some races
    More than 600,000 voters in Broward and Palm Beach counties are shut out of some elections this year, deprived of any say in who will run key parts of county government and represent them in the Florida Legislature. It's all very legal. The culprit is...
  • Awake Broward activist hired in County Hall

    Awake Broward activist hired in County Hall
     Democratic activist and community organizer Sean Phillippi will join the county payroll in a month, as an aide to incoming Commissioner Tim Ryan of Dania Beach. Phillippi is behind the Awake Broward group, which you can check out on Facebook or Twitter....
  • Write ins a formality, some already winners

    Write ins a formality, some already winners
    Election Day isn’t until Nov. 6, but County Commission candidate Tim Ryan is a sure winner — so much so that he’s already hired his staff, met with county department heads and tackled, in small way, a vexing problem that infuriates...
  • Broward's political family ties: Look who's related

    Hollywood Mayor Peter Bober is the brother of Broward Circuit Judge Bernie Bober.   Broward’s Property Appraiser Lori Parrish is married to Geoffrey Cohen, Broward circuit judge.    Broward County Commissoner Stacy Ritter is the...
  • Candidate votes 'yes' on development

    Candidate votes 'yes' on development
    Tim Ryan counts himself a friend of development. Since his appointment to the Huntington Beach Planning Commission, the City Council candidate has not voted against a single project. "I didn't vote no on anything," said Ryan, a consumer attorney who...
  • Bill to require steel pennies, nickels makes cents, says sponsor

     
    A penny-pinching member of Congress is taking aim at the cost of producing one-cent coins. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio) has introduced the Cents and Sensibility Act to require pennies to be made primarily from American steel. He’s introduced a...
  • Are you paying attention to Aug. 14 primary elections?

     
    There's a whole bunch of primary and local elections coming up on Aug. 14. Are you paying attention, and do you care? That's the question I have for voters. With the earliest summer primary ever set by the Florida Legislature,......