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Florida Senate Hard at Work: Bill Filed to Replace "Winter Break" With "Christmas Break"

3 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Well, this gentleman to our left doesn't want to leave the "Christ" out of any title designating time off from school.If anyone's ever looking to argue that the Florida Senate wastes its time on things that aren't relevant to Florida, or Planet Earth, point to Senate Bill 1136, submitted today...
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The Elmo Files

14 years ago by Amy Roe
From a distance Bob Dole didn't quite look real. For one thing he was wearing makeup for the countless cameras that surrounded him in front of the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale on November 26. For another he was too far away from the assembled protesters for them to...
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Florida House GMO Labeling Bill Gaining Support by Senators

2 years ago by Sara Ventiera
It's not just hippies, environmentalists, and -- more recently -- foodies who are paying attention to the whole genetically modified organisms (GMO) or genetically engineered (GE) food issue anymore; it's getting attention from big corporations and even The Daily Show these days. While it's great that public figures and purveyors...
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Let It Bleed: Hard at Work on His Eighth Novel, "Deadwood" Author Pete Dexter Still Packs a Punch

3 years ago by Ellis E. Conklin
On a warm late-summer afternoon, Pete Dexter trudges across the living room of his home perched high above Puget Sound on Whidbey Island, Diet Coke in hand, and steels himself to tell the story of how he was once beaten half to death by a pack of drunken thugs in...
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Plantation's Police Chief Breaks Records Laws to Cover for Cops on Steroids

6 years ago by Bob Norman
The cover-up was the crime in Plantation last week. Police Chief Larry Massey blatantly broke state open-record statutes, commonly called the Sunshine Law, which is essential in keeping an eye on what our public officials are doing. And Plantation City Attorney Donald Lunny Jr.. sat by and apparently approved. The...
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