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August 7, 2009

Afternoon “Mel Martinez” Edition


Herald: Florida’s Sen. Mel Martinez to resign this month

Ledger: Mel Martinez resigning from U.S. Senate


Post: Martinez: “I’m leaving of my own free will”

Herald: Martinez rules out health issues, cites family


Herald: Martinez’s letter announcing resignation


Times: Who will replace Mel Martinez?

Sun-Sentinel: Who will Crist appoint?


Herald: Martinez: Don’t pick yourself Charlie

Herald: Crist says he will not pick himself, has no favored candidates


Herald: Jim Greer: No one has a leg up to replace Mel Martinez


Post: Likely Martinez replacement FSU Chairman Jim Smith

Sentinel: Jim Smith is no lock for U.S. Senate appointment


Times: Clay Shaw says he’d be interested in Senate appointment


Herald: Dan Webster: I’ll take Senate job, but Charlie Crist should


Herald: Mack rejected Crist’s offer to replace Martinez


Herald: Video: What did Charlie Crist know about Martinez and when did he know it?


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Morning Edition


Herald: Gov. Crist may cancel summit on climate change

Observer: Crist defends Everglades plan


Herald: South Florida Hispanics cheer Sotomayor’s confirmation

Observer: Sotomayor confirmed with few GOP votes


Herald: Job losses slow to 247,000; jobless rate dips


Times: Protesters drown out health care summit on Obama’s proposal

Tribune: Protests, passions roiling town hall meeting on health care

Sentinel: Orlando-area members of Congress shun town halls on health care


Sentinel: Young workers come up short on health care, ‘critically at risk’


Herald-Tribune: Governors fear added costs in health care overhaul


Sun-Sentinel: ‘Cash for Clunkers’ good for junkyards, but charities take hit

Sun: Carmakers rush to replenish depleted dealer stocks


Ledger: Wood collects $10,150 for his 2010 campaign


Ledger: McKeel gets PAC funds for re-election campaign


Observer: Dan Quiggle signs ‘Taxpayer Protection Pledge’


Times-Union: Stimulus: Who’s getting what in Northeast Florida

AP: Florida ranks last in highway stimulus spending


Herald: Surprising vote kills Miami 21 zoning overhaul


Sun: Gainesville named #10 ‘Hotspot’ for young workers

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