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August 20, 2009

Evening Edition


Sentinel: Lawsuit: Orlando’s red-light cameras unconstitutional

Herald-Tribune: Red-light camera in Bradenton fining 10 people a day


Sentinel: Obama administration to end popular ‘Cash for Clunkers’ program on Monday


Times: Poll: Obama’s standing among Floridians hurt by handling of health care debate

Herald: Democrats may have to cut back health care bill


Sun-Sentinel: U.S. Reps. Hastings and Wexler speak at health care town hall

Herald: Crowds turn out for Delray Beach town hall on health care reform


Times: Ray Sansom charged about $173,000 to RPOF credit card

Herald: Ray Sansom, big spender of RPOF money


Times-Union: Write-in candidate throws a kink in race for King’s Senate seat


Times-Union: Jacksonville City Council votes to stop paying for Jaguars tickets


Times-Union: Atlanta Beach mayor paid $105,000 by developer


Sun: Gainesville works to fine tune popular solar power incentives


Democrat: Tallahassee on national health researchers’ radar

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Morning Edition


Herald: Poll: Floridians losing faith in Obama

Democrat: Obama’s ratings in Florida plummet


Sentinel: Obama still more trusted than GOP


Observer: Crist continues search for Martinez’s replacement

Times: ‘Why I should be Florida’s next U.S. Senator’


Times: Marco Rubio is National Review’s cover boy: ‘Yes, he can’

Herald: Amid double-digit deficit, Marco Rubio staff encouraged


Herald: Bipartisan health talks to continue by phone

Herald: ‘Special interests’ on both sides in health care fight


Observer: New group prepares to blast Thrasher with more negative TV ads


Observer: Climate commission punts on state energy standards


Sun-Sentinel: Cash for Clunkers: White House plans to wind down program


Democrat: Circuit Judge Davey, 60, dies


Observer: Lou Rose: How to overthrow the government

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