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July 31, 2009

Afternoon Edition

Herald: Charlie Crist picks fund raising over Jim King memorial

Times: Sens. Nelson, Martinez won’t duck Floridians on health care, will they?

Sentinel: House passes $2B to replenish the popular “Cash for Clunkers” program

Herald: “Cash for Clunkers” future has buyers, dealers confused

Times-Union: Video: How Jacksonville’s Taxes Work (or don’t)

Times: Mark Rubio crushes Charlie Crist in another straw poll

Herald: Citizen Palin begins private life quietly


Morning Edition

Times: Exchange Offers Window into Hometown Democracy Debate

Capital News: Opposition Squares off on Growth Amendment

Times: Economists were (slightly) too gloomy on Florida property values

Herald-Tribune: Property Decline in Southwest Florida is Slowing

Sun-Sentinel: White House to keep CARS program alive amid funding concerns

Ledger: Cash for Clunkers burns through $950M in Five Days

Herald: Cash for Clunkers program may be running on empty

Times: Jim Greer to Lead RNC Rule’s Committee

Herald: Score One for Jim Greer

Times: Transportation Department to End Automatic Pay Raises for Contractors

Herald: Aronberg Forces DOT to Stop Salary Bonuses for Contractors

TCPalm: Special Election for Pruitt’s Seat will cost more than $475,000

News-Press: Lee County Sheriff not disciplined for actions at Palin rally

Ledger: Ala. Gov. Warns Utility on 3-State Water Feud

Sun-Sentinel: Florida Universities Ramp Up Hurricane Research

TCPalm: State Universities Step Up Hurricane Research

Democrat: Tallahassee Law Enforcement Reap Benefits from Federal Grants

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