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Sub-par Grades for Florida's Infrastructure

Posted: 03/18/2008 - News the Sunshine State did not want to hear. Roads, bridges, and schools are under performing. The report sheds light on the need to properly maintain the state's infrastructure.

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Democrats Give Up on Re-do

Posted: 03/18/2008 - The Florida Democratic Party has given up on seating the state's delegates to the national convention. Party leaders say they have done all they can do.

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Florida Democrats Pull Plug on Mail-In Primary Do-Over

Posted: 03/17/2008 - The plug has been pulled on the idea of a mail-in primary do-over in Florida. The decision came just before six o'clock Monday evening from State Democratic Party Chairwoman Karen Thurman. For now, there are no alternative plans for making Florida's 210 delegates count, but that has Democrats worried about candidates up and down the November ballot.

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NY Governor Resigns

Posted: 03/12/2008 - Gov. Eliot Spitzer apologizes with wife at his side saying he will step down at the end of the week.

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Leon County Service Reductions

Posted: 03/11/2008 - Budget cuts are slashing services for residents in Florida's capital county as 88 job openings remain vacant.

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Primary Redo?

Posted: 03/11/2008 - Tuesday was the day Floridians would have voted in the presidential primary had lawmakers and the Governor not changed the date. Now new cost estimates suggest a mail in Democratic primary could cost the party as much as ten million dollars. Options and time are running out.

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Countdown Begins To Get Florida Delegates Seated

Posted: 03/10/2008 - Democratic Party leaders in Florida are racing against the clock to come up with a game plan to have the state’s delegates seated at the national convention. Florida was stripped of its delegates for moving up its primary. Democratic lawmakers say a decision about whether to hold a mail in election should come by Thursday.

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Florida's Delegate Dilemma

Posted: 03/07/2008 - State lawmakers are considering a bill to deny a ballot position to any presidential candidate whose part refused to seat Florida’s delegates at its national convention this summer.

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Delegates Still Up in the Air

Posted: 03/06/2008 - Interest in a do-over primary is gaining momentum as the race between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appears to be at a stalemate. Democratic insiders say pressure will continue to build until there is a resolution and Florida’s legislature may get involved.

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Debate Continues Over Florida's Democratic Delegates

Posted: 02/18/2008 - A March 1 deadline looms for Florida Democrats to make their voice heard at the national convention. That’s the day the national party certifies delegates around the nation. One Florida-based Democratic National Committeeman says the party is violating its own rules.

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FSU Law School Session Preview

Updated: 02/18/2008 - A story we'll be talking about for the next month, session and how it affects you.

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Congressman Boyd Addresses Regional Health Care

Updated: 02/11/2008 - Health care and health care reform is on the minds of most Americans. It was also on the mind of Congressman Allen Boyd as health care was the topic of discussion for 16 North Florida counties.

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Access Tallahassee for Young Professionals

Posted: 02/07/2008 - The Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce who say young professionals should not have to wait to have access to the issues involving this year's session in Florida.

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Florida Democrats Tune in to Super Tuesday

Updated: 02/05/2008 - This race is still just as close as ever for the Democrats. And the energy level in Tallahassee was just as high on Super Tuesday as it was a week ago during Florida's primary.

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Check Your Local Government's Dollars and Cents

Updated: 01/30/2008 - Everyone has a right to know what the government is doing with their money. Florida's Chief Financial Officer says she is helping Floridians get educated on their tax dollars.

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Property Tax Meeting

Posted: 01/23/2008 - A local representative informs voters on property tax exemptions and he says he'll be voting NO.

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Florida's Amendment One in Trouble?

Updated: 01/21/2008 - A new poll shows that only 45 percent of likely voters support an amendment to cut property taxes, well short of the 60 percent needed for approval. The poll from the Jacksonville Times Union and South Florida Sun-Sentinel shows 34 percent are opposed. The fate of the tax cut lies in the hands of undecided voters now.

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