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Protect now or pay later

For more than ten years the richest one percent has received almost $750 billion from these tax cuts. Income and wealth inequality have grown astronomically threatening the very fabric of our democracy ...

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Too big to fall just right to nationalize

When many of America’s major financial companies collapsed and stood to lose trillions of dollars the United States government stepped in and gave banks and insurance companies billions of dollars in stimulus money. ...

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Comprehensive eye exams and glasses if necessary, for Florida public school students

The Florida Heiken Children’s Vision Program is offering comprehensive eye exams and glasses if necessary, for Florida public school students in your county who qualify to participate. This program is available at no cost to you or your child’s school ...

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V.P. pick Paul Ryan once told a student he should work 3 jobs to pay for college instead of taking Pell Grants

Rep. Paul Ryan was quite alright with getting Social Security death benefits from taxpayers after his father died, but that’s only for him. Only he’s entitled to government benefits and government help ...

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Scores of Sudanese children dying from diarrhea at refugee camps

Large numbers of Sudanese people are dying in a refugee camp near the South Sudan ...

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NAACP: White-washed media never selects Black moderators for Presidential debates

Black journalists grilling President Obama or Mitt Romney when the debates roll around. In an op- ed, NAACP…President Benjamin Jealous made his disappointment with the panel of all white moderators known. ...

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Pink slip Governor Rick Scott, says Florida Watch Action organization

Florida Watch Action is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the progressive movement in Florida ...

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Weekly roundup: Teams picked, eyes turn to November

Florida's political parties this week named their respective teams for the upcoming general election as primaries separated the no longer hopefuls from the standard bearers. ...

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State ask for approval of early voting changes

Attorneys for the state have asked a federal court to approve a change in early-voting hours in Collier, Hardee, Hendry and Hillsborough counties --- but appeared to stop short of asking for that same approval in Monroe County, where a controversy has flared about the issue. The state filed documents in federal court in the District of Columbia on Wednesday seeking approval to use eight, 12-hour days of ear ...

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State Capitol Briefs

State Capitol Briefs ...

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