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Christians, mormonism and the vote

Christian can vote for someone who is a Mormon. ...

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Lawsuit challenges state on nursing home income

The lawsuit, filed last week in Leon County circuit court, stems from a longstanding requirement that Medicaid beneficiaries help pay for a portion of nursing-home care ...

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The politics of progress unfolds scandalous political deeds

This is being done with assurances that the money would not be squandered or mismanaged, as has happened in the past. ...

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2012 political slavery

African Americans endured chattel slavery and the African Americans of today are exploited and victimized by political slavery ...

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Are you better off than you were four years ago?

posed by Ronald Reagan in his 1980 debate with Democratic incumbent Jimmy Carter: Are you better off today than you were four years ago? ...

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Sign of the Times

Fort Lauderdale’s African American community, residents find it hard to support local businesses due to the harassment by some of the local police ...

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Will killing of Ambassador impact the Presidential election?

These events have raised a new and potential volatile political issue in the United States, with only seven weeks left in the presidential election ...

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Poll: Romney losing Latina women by 53 points

Mitt Romney's potential gender gap with women faces a new hurdle in the Latino community ...

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County Commissioner Sharief finds new way to fund community projects

All of the money will come from the district office budget of Broward County Commissioner Barbara Sharief. ...

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