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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Democratic leader working to oust Rick Scott

    Democratic leader working to oust Rick Scott
    Allison Tant, chairwoman of the Florida Democratic Party, doesn't have an easy job. Even though most of the state's registered voters are Democrats, Tant's party doesn't control any of the statewide elected offices, the congressional delegation or...
  • Slippery slope for school vouchers

    What happened to vouchers being here to save poor and mostly minority children from failing public schools, an overblown talking point if there ever was one? The voucher expansion now allows for partial scholarships to families making over $62,000 a year....
  • Losing Two Friends I Meant To See Again

    You know how it goes. You lose track of friends and then one day, someone gets in touch to say the friend has left us to our mortal pursuits. Two such messages came recently within the span of a few days. The first was an email from a stranger who...
  • Things that don't change: Lawyers, businesses, giving big in Florida governor's race

    Things that don't change: Lawyers, businesses, giving big in Florida governor's race
    TALLAHASSEE – In the everlasting battle between trial lawyers and the business lobby, not even a corporate outsider in the Governor’s Mansion changes Florida politics. Florida’s gubernatorial race is already living up to the hype as...
  • Pot-growing licenses may be settled by lottery

    Pot-growing licenses may be settled by lottery
    TALLAHASSEE — Winners of Florida's five, highly sought-after medical marijuana licenses could be selected through lotteries, according to draft rules released by the Department of Health. The 16-page document comes in advance of an agency workshop...
  • Republican chairwoman suggests Rick Scott too busy to debate primary opponents

    Republican chairwoman suggests Rick Scott too busy to debate primary opponents
    Gov. Rick Scott and his surrogates love to stir up trouble among Democrats with calls for Charlie Crist, frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for governor, to debate primary opponent Nan Rich. But that doesn’t mean Scott has an intention of...
  • Winston's insurance policy valued at $8-$10 million

    The Sports Xchange Winston's insurance policy valued at $8-$10 million In the past, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has indicated he will stay in Tallahassee for a couple of more years. But after Tuesday's news that the returning Heisman Trophy...
  • Katie Tripp: What's in store for manatees in 2014?

    2013 went down in the manatee record books as the species' worst-ever year in Florida. In total, 829 deaths were confirmed of an endangered species whose last known minimum count was 4,831 in January 2014. That's 17 percent of the known population...