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Tallahassee (Leon, Florida)

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  • Christopher Von Zwehl: New EPA rules should keep the Sunshine State sunny

    The new EPA rules outlined in the Clean Power Plan are the right direction for Florida, and will improve the state's energy efficiency, environment and overall economy. Our state's dominate base-load electric power source, coal, dates back to the 1800's...
  • Mystery group compares 'Chain Gang Charlie' to slavery

    Mystery group compares 'Chain Gang Charlie' to slavery
    TALLAHASSEE – The mystery “Progressive Choice” group has a new radio ad blasting Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Charlie Crist for pushing a bill to bring back “chain gangs” as a legislator, likening it to slavery.   The $...
  • Scott signs stadium bill that helps Orlando MLS, Daytona Speedway

    Scott signs stadium bill that helps Orlando MLS, Daytona Speedway
    TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill Friday that could provide an taxpayer infusion for Orlando's planned soccer stadium and other sports stadium projects statewide. The bill, HB 7095, passed the Florida Legislature on the last day of...
  • Martha Musgrove: No quieting All Aboard Florida furor

    In his day, Florida's visionary Henry Flagler was a complex, risk-taking entrepreneur, adept at playing hard-ball to get what he wanted. He didn't always play fair, but as he built his railroad he was careful to also build the markets needed to sustain...
  • Cubs sign 2nd round pick

    Cubs sign 2nd round pick
    The Chicago Cubs are making inroads in signing their top picks in this month's amateur draft by announcing Thursday that four of their top seven picks signed bonuses. Pitchers Jake Stinnett of Maryland and James Norwood of St. Louis agreed to terms....
  • Few primaries for state offices

    The biggest statewide primary contest features Charlie Crist, the former Republican governor who wants to return to his old office as a Democrat. He faces Nan Rich of Weston, a former Democratic Party leader in the Florida Senate. Governor Yinka...
  • Appeals court overturns itself in Data Targeting redistricting records fight

    Appeals court overturns itself in Data Targeting redistricting records fight
    TALLAHASSEE -- In an unusual move, a full panel of appeals judges has overruled a previous decision allowing a Republican political consultant to shield records related to a high-stakes redistricting lawsuit from public disclosure. The unusual 5-4...
  • Despite all eyes on Crist, Broward's Nan Rich qualifies for Democratic gubernatorial primary

    Despite all eyes on Crist, Broward's Nan Rich qualifies for Democratic gubernatorial primary
    TALLAHASSEE -- Florida's gubernatorial showdown is already a two-horse race in the eyes of many. But Democratic former state Sen. Nan Rich of Weston made it clear Tuesday she isn't giving Charlie Crist a free pass to her party's nomination. Rich filed...
  • Perry will be missed for leadership, achievements: Editorial

    Perry will be missed for leadership, achievements: Editorial
    Belvin Perry Jr. became a national figure as the judge who presided in the 2011 murder trial of Casey Anthony. But those who know Perry only through that televised legal drama saw just one episode in his extraordinary career as a public servant. An...
  • Orlando office broker takes JLL position

    Commercial real estate brokerage JLL hired former CBRE Senior Vice President John Gilbert as managing director for JLL's Orlando office leasing operations. Commercial real estate brokerage JLL hired former CBRE Senior Vice President John Gilbert as...
  • Seniors surprised when Medicare switches their coverage

    Seniors surprised when Medicare switches their coverage
    Thousands of South Florida seniors are discovering they've been switched from their HMO-style Medicare Advantage plan back to traditional Medicare — an unexpected move that will cost them more out-of-pocket for care. The change affects Medicare...