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President’s campaign bus tour starts in Ohio and Pennsylvania

Last week, President Barack Obama spent two days taking a 10 city tour of Ohio and Pennsylvania to kick off his national campaign bus tour. Bus tours have become a stable part of national campaigning strategy ...

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U.S. Banks greatly benefiting off Colombian Cocaine trade

More than 97 percent of the total street value of cocaine produced in Colombia — that’s billions of dollars — ends up in the hands of criminal groups in the U.S. and other first-world drug consuming countries, ...

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Tea Party seeks to redefine slavery in Tennessee

Tea Party activists in Tennessee are attempting to remove any and all references to slavery from local history textbooks, specifically references to the Founding Fathers owning slaves, according to the Huffington Post. ...

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Let’s Get to Work rakes in contributions

Tapping major players in Florida politics, a committee closely aligned with Gov. Rick Scott collected $2.85 million in contributions during the past three months, a new report shows. ...

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Governor Scott refuses to implement Affordable Care Act

“Florida is not going to implement Obamacare. We are not going to expand Medicaid and we’ve not going to implement exchanges,” says Governor Scott. Our governor has made a choice to be defiant and stubborn ...

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State will release voter purge list

State officials will release a list of 180,000 names at the center of a controversy over attempts to remove non-citizens from the voting rolls after determining that the information is a public record, according to the Department of State. ...

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Scott repeats: Florida won’t do optional parts of health law

Gov. Rick Scott continued on Friday to argue against setting up exchanges to help people find health insurance, saying they won't make health coverage cheaper and may not give people coverage they want. ...

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Florida takes lead in Congressional hearing on crimes against homeless

Florida is both a model and a cautionary tale for other states grappling with violent crimes against homeless people, and on Tuesday it will play a lead role at a congressional hearing on the subject. ...

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Trailblazers present a review of public housing

The approval process and decision on who would become residents of Dixie Court was made by the City Commissioners who themselves was the Housing Authority. ...

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State Capitol Briefs

Amerigroup Corp., one of the largest managed-care plans in Florida’s Medicaid program, will be purchased by WellPoint, Inc., in a $4.9 billion deal that will close in early 2013, the companies announced Monday. ...

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