Florida This Week for May 29, 2015

May 29, 2015

“This week: The state senate offers a new plan for Medicaid expansion, but it’s met with opposition from...

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Out of Session’s Ashes, Comes Hope...

May 3, 2015

This has been an awful legislative session for Florida’s environment. But it wasn’t supposed to be that way. The...

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Scott Singing New Tune on Campaign Tour

Aug 30, 2014

What a world of difference between the Scott campaigns of 2010 and 2014. During his first campaign, Rick Scott was a...

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Scott Is No Teddy Roosevelt

Aug 9, 2014

On the campaign trail, Gov. Rick Scott launched his latest themed tour. This one is pleasantly named “Let’s Keep...

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Florida’s Water Resources Are Looking fo...

Jul 5, 2014

By PAULA DOCKERY Syndicated Columnist As Florida’s 2014 legislative session ended, the much-touted springs bill dried...

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No House of Cards, But Good Political Dr...

Apr 26, 2014

I had intended to offer a half-time report on the Florida Legislature’s 60-day legislative session, but the vast...

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Sale of Sensitive Florida Lands Proves H...

Mar 1, 2014

Call me a cynic, but the plan to sell state-owned conservation lands in order to buy “better” conservation lands was,...

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The State Budget: A Powerful Tool in a R...

Feb 8, 2014

When we talk about the power of incumbency in a political campaign, most of us think about the candidate’s ability to...

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