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Capitol IdeasYo! It’s no secret Attorney General Kathleen Kane has turned heads in Harrisburg since taking office in January. She closed a gun purchase loophole that allowed state residents, barred from getting handguns here, to apply for a permit in less-...
Lillie Pierce Voss was the first non-Native American child born between Jupiter and Miami in 1876. She grew up among the Seminole Indians, and learned to shoot, hunt, fish and sail a boat. Her descendants still have roots in Palm Beach County, and...
TALLAHASSEE – With the clock ticking on the 2013 legislative session, lawmakers will likely adjourn without providing funding for the state's prescription drug database, which law enforcement officials say is a key tool in the fight against...
Gov. Rick Scott signed a new ban on drugs such as K2, spice and bath salts Wednesday. The bill adds 27 new synthetic drug compounds to Florida statute and outlaws their sale or possession. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Rob Bradley, R-Orange Park, and...
Attorney General Pam Bondi said she filed a lawsuit against BP after the giant oil company did not respond to her proposed $5.4-billion settlement offer for damages caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill three years ago. “We complied with...
Florida's largest political party has a problem. Although registered Democrats outnumber Republicans in Florida by 500,000, and President Barack Obama has carried the Sunshine State in the past two presidential elections, the party has no obvious...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE – Despite a cash-flush budget that has policymakers considering a grab-bag of corporate and stadium incentives, Florida lawmakers are still raiding a fund created two decades ago to help provide low-income housing. And housing...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — The Republican Party of Florida announced some major staff departures and arrivals Friday, the biggest being that Executive Director Mike Grissom is leaving to take a job as political affairs director with the Florida Chamber of...
The Supreme Court must decide whether the Bible trumps our Constitution, as Speaker Boehner believes on homosexuality, or do we follow the principles in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Tax and other breaks for married couples...
Last summer, after I wrote about prosecutors cutting a sweetheart deal with a doctor accused of writing prescriptions for more than 500,000 oxycodone pills, I heard from a lot of grief-struck parents. One woman mourned the suicide of her son, whose...
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Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelAttorney General Pam Bondi has sought a court order that would allow Jackson County's medical examiner to search for and exhume human remains on the grounds of the now-closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna. Anthropologists from the...
Google will pay Florida $395,000 as part of a $7 million multi-state settlement over the Internet giant's collection of personal data over WiFi networks during its national Street View mapping project. Molly McFarland, deputy press secretary for Florida...
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