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Accused child killer set to go on trial in July, faces death penalty

The good news is that the person accused of killing her has been arrested, is in custody, and will stand trial for the horrible crime that shocked the nation. ...

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Broward County United Nations Association of the USA, Dr. W. Blanca Moore-Velez-president, inducted into Broward County Women’s Hall of Fame

Her dedication for the community service has earned numerous honors and awards ...

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Energy is our ticket to economic prosperity

In order to get out of debt and to obtain prosperity, you first need a source of income ...

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Governor Scott raising $50,000 a day for re-election campaign

Governor Scott’s re-election campaign machine entitled “Let’s Get to Work’ is raking in cash and checks at the rate of $50,000 a day ...

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Political profit unfolds the politics of political deception

the Republican majority in the Florida State Legislature, recently acted as the political ramrod for special interests acting on their behalf. ...

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Dear: Broward County Community Stakeholder

As a stakeholder, we are soliciting your support to assist in developing a support service network for Black women living with HIV and their families affected by HIV/AIDS; and lack the community services support system to help them to maintain an adequate quality of life ...

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Obama budget breaks Social Security pledge

Social Security cost of living increases has caused a firestorm among supporters who now feel betrayed. ...

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Immigration reform: It’s a heartland issue

Immigration isn’t just a border state issue. It’s a heartland issue ...

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Unemployment numbers

unemployment rate fell by .05 percent this month, it still sits at nearly 13.3 percent, nearly double the overall rate. ...

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Is the Voting Rights act still needed?

Is Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act still needed ...

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