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Wednesday - May. 11, 2011
 

Plusicon1 Times: Potential presidential candidate visits

Plusicon1 Tribune: Potential presidential candidate Huntsman swings through Florida


Plusicon1 Sentinel: Miami lawmaker protests state Rep. Scott Randolph


Plusicon1 Post: Lawmakers' decision to force government workers to contribute to pensions eases county budget woes


Plusicon1 AP: Fla St defends grant-for-hire agreement with Koch


Plusicon1 AP: Navy: Va. carrier move to Fla. still has 2019 goal


Plusicon1 Daily News: Collier schools propose to tap reserves to makeup for $51 million budget shortfall

Plusicon1 Times-Union: Duval School Board finds $25 million in potential cuts, to look for more

Plusicon1 Ledger: Polk Schools Expect to Make Deep Job Cuts

Plusicon1 DBNJ: Volusia School Board explores ways to cut $13.2 million more from budget

Plusicon1 Star-Banner: Marion school budget shortfall much worse than expected

Plusicon1 Sun-Sentinel: Broward Schools: Closing schools might be necessary

Plusicon1 Sentinel: Longwood Elementary to close despite protests

Plusicon1 Sentinel: Orange School Board votes to close troubled Imani charter


Plusicon1 PNJ: Lt. gov to speak to local tea party


Plusicon1 Sun-Sentinel: Scott Rothstein's wife reaches deal in bankruptcy case


Plusicon1 Post: 28 Florida species among 251 feds would consider for endangered species list under deal


Plusicon1 Sentinel: State senators to Xway: Build Wekiva Parkway now


Plusicon1 Herald: Transit agency eyes service cuts as feds hold back money


Plusicon1 Herald: As questions swirl, Julio Robaina promises to clean house if elected Miami-Dade mayor


Plusicon1 Herald Tribune: Bradenton adding more red-light cameras


Plusicon1 Post: School board to debate facedown restraint


Plusicon1 Sun-Sentinel: Smoke could linger in South Florida from Everglades fire


Plusicon1 Star-Banner: Munroe, Ocala Regional suffer Medicaid funding cuts


Plusicon1 DBNJ: Palm Coast in a rush to reconfigure voting districts


Plusicon1 Herald Tribune: Commission to redraw district boundaries

Plusicon1 Post: Fla. lawmakers say business interests played major role in killing immigration control


Plusicon1 Post: No clear winners or losers in Florida on tort reform


Plusicon1 Sun-Sentinel: Bill to rein in pill mills has loopholes


Plusicon1 Daily News: At the wire: Dog racing lives as bill to deregulate dies on final night of session

Plusicon1 DBNJ: Bills boosting business at kennel club die at end of session


Plusicon1 Post: Republican agenda victories stir Democratic protests across Florida

Plusicon1 NWF Daily News: Protesters decry Matt Gaetz, Legislature

Plusicon1 PNJ: Rally planned to 'awake the state'

Plusicon1 Herald Today: Nearly 40 protest against Republican cuts, Scott


Plusicon1 Herald: Gov. Rick Scott names four to South Florida Water Management District Board

Plusicon1 Post: Governor names four to South Florida Water Management board, two from Palm Beach County

Plusicon1 News-Press: South Florida Water Management District board to get new look

Plusicon1 Daily News: Gov. Scott appoints new majority to South Florida water board


Plusicon1 AP: States eye drug tests for welfare recipients


Plusicon1 Herald Today: Local reps: Legislative session not bad, considering


Plusicon1 Times: New Florida law would make airport business less transparent


Plusicon1 Times-Union: Legislative session's winners and losers on First Coast


Plusicon1 Herald Tribune: Local law may regulate pain management clinics


Plusicon1 Sun-Sentinel: Foreclosure fraud complaints flood Florida Bar but no lawyer reprimands so far


Plusicon1 Sentinel: Jacksonville criticized for not recycling wastewater as Central Florida does — but still gets large water-use permit


Plusicon1 Times: TIA's bid to keep documents secret


Plusicon1 AP: Suit accuses Fla. disabled program of mistreatment


Plusicon1 Sentinel: Orange leaders slash growth impact fees


Plusicon1 Sentinel: Orange schools adopt new hazing policy


Plusicon1 Courier: State, federal agencies to build ‘bug nursery' to help battle exotic plants


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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