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Locals React To Celebrity Florida Boycott

Updated: 07/29/2013 - Celebrities from around the country have taken a stand against Florida. The reason why-- they say they want to see a change to Stand Your Ground.

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Potential Voters Appear Unfamiliar With Most Candidates

Updated: 08/08/2012 - Over 8 out of 10 potential voters know that Scott Maddox and Akin Akinyemi are running for local offices. After these 2 candidates, awareness that some candidates are running is surprisingly low.

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TallahasseeVoices: Public Views on Mayor Marks Remain Negative

Updated: 07/13/2012 - Nearly 6 in 10 citizens believe Tallahassee Mayor John Marks should step down from office – this percentage is up from 46% in April of 2011. 3 out of 4 citizens believe Mayor Marks should be fined for his ethics violations.

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TallahasseeVoices: Leadership vs. Weak Mayor

Updated: 07/09/2012 - The City of Tallahassee switched from a “weak mayor” system several years ago. At that time, the title of mayor was largely ceremonial and the job rotated each year from one City Commission member to the next.

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Floridians Mobilize in 15 Cities One Year From Election Day 2012

Posted: 11/02/2011 - “Awake the State is a movement of everyday Floridians fighting to reject devastating budget cuts, stop the assault on middle class families, and invest in Floridians again.” said Mark Ferrulo, executive director of Progress Florida.

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Medicaid Cuts Could Leave Millions of Black and Latino Americans Without

Updated: 10/13/2011 - Cuts to Medicaid would pose a specific and dangerous threat to millions of black and Latino Americans who depend on the program for regular treatment for such medical conditions as cancer, diabetes, chronic lung disease, heart disease, and stroke, according to Families USA.

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TallahasseeVoices: Citizens Speak Out on Red Light Cameras

Posted: 09/15/2011 - Citizens have mixed views on red light cameras. Slightly more citizens favor them and believe they serve a socially responsible function than believe they serve only a revenue generating function.

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Understanding the Competition in a Knowledge Based Economy

Posted: 07/29/2011 - State Representative Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda today completed a week long immersion in education reform at the prestigious Oxford Roundtable in Oxford, United Kingdom. The Roundtable was attended by thirty participants from eleven states and four countries.

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League of Women Voters Responds to Questions About Soes "Deputizing" Voter Registrars in Florida

Posted: 07/23/2011 - In the wake of the League of Women Voters of Florida's decision to halt its voter registration efforts as a result of the recently passed elections bill, HB 1355, there has been great interest in whether or not League volunteers could continue to register voters under the auspices of their local Supervisor of Elections' office.

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Statement Concerning Investigation Request of Governor Scott's State Budget Signing Event

Posted: 06/16/2011 - Representative Mark Pafford and other members of the Florida House Democratic Caucus who last week asked Attorney General Pam Bondi and Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater to investigate concerns surrounding the removal of citizens at a Governor Rick Scott state budget signing event received a short note today from General Bondi.

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