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August 18, 2009

Afternoon Edition


Herald: Lincoln Diaz-Balart: I could have done a good job in the Senate

Times: Crist says ‘process continues’ and ‘not yet’ on Congressman Young


Times: Could Rep. C.W. Bill Young be headed for the U.S. Senate?


Herald: Hastings to join Wexler at health care town hall


Times: Victim says burglar stole evidence of illegal contributions to Buchanan campaign


Sun: Area dealers say ‘Cash for Clunkers’ is working


Ledger: Bullet train backers rally in Lakeland


Observer: Renewed push for revamping high school graduation standards


Times-Union: Jacksonville ranks second nationally in job availability


Herald: Robert Novak, RIP

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Morning Edition


Democrat: Governor weighs potential picks to replace Martinez


Herald: Lincoln Diaz-Balart: I don’t want Senate seat

Herald: Congressman Bill Young among potential Martinez successors


Herald: Crist ducks question about candidate forum, Martinez record

Observer: Chamber poll shows McCollum leading, Crist still popular


Herald: Where in the world is Bill Nelson?


Times: Despite reassurances, health care reform plans could affect Medicare


Herald: Gibbs insists Obama not backing off public option


Herald: Large turnout looms at Delray health care reform meeting

Sentinel: Alan Grayson hosts health care town hall in Orlando


Observer: Bishops urge Crist to cancel execution


Herald: Salary wars begin with scolding from regulator


Times: Some Pinellas officials oppose stimulus money for Friendship Trail Bridge


Sun-Sentinel: County and most cities in Broward propose tax hikes


Observer: Florida population drops for first time since 1946

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