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The League of Women Voters of Florida issued a statement saying a sweeping rewrite of the state's election laws, unveiled by a state House committee less than a day before it was approved, would undermine the democratic process.
After appearing on the inaugural episode of Florida Watch, hosted by The Bradenton Times and Manatee Educational Television, I was lucky enough to be invited back to participate in yet another political roundup. This week's topic? Florida Judge Roger Vinson's ruling that federal health care reform is unconstitutional. Check it out after the jump.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam again spoke out against federal water policies last week — arguing that a set of water pollution standards mandated by the EPA are flawed science and that he would continue to fight them.
It remains unclear whether Florida will be eligible to apply for a federal Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge grant.
Pembroke Pines elected officials confirmed that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials and residents of Southwest Ranches and Pembroke Pines will meet this Saturday to discuss a proposed immigration detention center.
A bill that would provide a way for Floridians to donate money to the homeless when registering vehicles and renewing their driver’s licenses moved forward in the Florida Senate today.