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August 25, 2009

Afternoon Edition

Democrat: Rep. Boyd speaking at town hall meeting on health care in Quincy

Sun-Sentinel: Broward members of Congress to hold health care town halls — by telephone

Post: Rep. Klein pledges ‘open dialogue’ on health care at tele-town hall as critic raps ‘buffers’

Times: A Crist checklist of Senate pros and cons

Herald: Marco Rubio wins another straw poll vs Charlie Crist

Sun-Sentinel: Crist urges regulators to reject Florida Power & Light’s base rate hike

Sun: Crist opposes FPL rate increase

Times-Union: Mayor Peyton defends Inspector General, cites anticipated $1 million savings in fraud case

Democrat: More than 70 people apply for Tallahassee City Commissioner seat

Times-Union: State Attorney investigating Meserve land deals


Morning Edition

Herald: Quest to fill Mel Martinez’s seat continues

Sentinel: Will another Martinez replace Florida’s Senator Martinez?

Sun-Sentinel: Crist-Rubio battle for US Senate nomination splits Broward Republicans

Herald: No GOP straw vote in Broward, for now

Post: Florida experiment with health care cooperatives holds good lesson for nation

News-Journal: Mica against health care bill, but says reform needed

Democrat: Health care debate comes to town

Times-Union: Health Care Reform: Mayo Clinic earning praise

Herald: Politics roil Florida Power & Light rate hearing

Herald-Tribune: Ethics issue snarls FPL’s rate request

Ledger: Legislators seek federal approval for rail plan

Sentinel: State asks feds for $270 million for commuter rail

Herald: Legal challenges mount for Florida’s red-light cameras

Herald: Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez feels backlash over raises

Herald-Tribune: ‘Clunkers’ program finishes bumpy ride

Today: State Senator backs drilling off coast

Observer: House insurance panel likely to hear from Comm. McCarty

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