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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

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State Capitol Briefs

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Support sought for Dr. Susie C. Holley Cradle Nursery

Cradle Nursery for the services it has provided to the community for over 50 years, public awareness and public support is essential to keep this vital resource in the community ...

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Emerging Young Leaders Program accepting applications

Chi Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s Emerging Young Leaders Program (EYL) is accepting applications for the 2012-2013 School year ...

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FPL rate hearing fuels battles

Florida Power & Light should be able to raise base electric rates by as much as $690.4 million next year, with a proposed settlement roiling the case. ...

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Rep. Hazelle Rogers rallies Florida immigrant groups to demand action from Governor Scott to ‘fix Florida’s early voting crisis’

State Representative Hazelle Rogers (D-Lauderhill) recently issued the following release, calling on Governor Rick Scott to take urgent action to ensure that Florida’s early voting ...

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The moment is finally here

The moment is finally here - the first day of public school in Broward and Palm Beach counties. If you forgot, unlikely, the hundreds of yellow school buses clogging the roadways will be a good reminder that summer is over for more than 425,000 students. Some of the routines and people will be familiar, like it was in early June. But numerous schools have new leaders, new teachers and in some cases, a few n ...

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Ending AIDS in South Florida’s Black communities

South Florida AIDS activists and local health department officials hosted five events in Fort Lauderdale and Miami from Aug. 6-10 to bring the latest HIV research, testing and treatment information to local neighborhoods ...

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