themilitaryloan.comApparently everyone wants a chance to sue Rick Scott.The Florida Police Benevolent Association filed a third-party intervention today to join 11 others in state government to sue Gov. Scott and several other state department heads over the new law mandating that 3
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Less than three months before she died after a two-year battle with cancer, Fort Lauderdale attorney Caryl Boies was served with divorce papers from her husband of over seven years, Broward Sheriff's Capt. Richard Reilly, an action has set the stage for some legal wrangling over part ... More >>
Flickr: UN1SONGelberNot all Florida politicians are gun-shy about ethics reform. Yesterday, after failing to get commitments from three high-profile Republicans, I asked attorney general candidate Dan Gelber whether he would support a bid by the Florida Commission on Ethics to give it more power ... More >>
Not sure if that headline refers to Sun-Sentinel courtrs reporter Tonya Alanez getting lined up to view the potential state's offing of John Marek (see this excellent JAABlog post for details) or the slow-motion assassination of the newspaper industry's future.
On the latter point, I give ... More >>
The E.W. Scripps Company, which owns ten TV stations (including WPTV-Channel 5 in West Palm Beach) and 17 newspapers (the Rocky Mountain News, the Commercial Appeal, and the Naples Daily News among them) announced today that the company is suspending its 401-K match and freezing ... More >>
Miami Herald Publisher David Landsberg informed all Herald employees this morning in an e-mail that newspaper would be laying off more employees in the coming weeks.
"Unfortunately, it is already apparent there is no way to avoid the elimination of staff positions. We are exploring several alt ... More >>