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Weekend Headlines

August 29, 2009

Sunday Edition

Herald-Tribune: Partisans uncertain how to read George LeMieux

Sun: LeMieux says he is a ‘Charlie Crist Republican’

Democrat: If Seminole Tribe, Crist don’t reach agreement state won’t see a dime

Sun-Sentinel: Seminole deal would add to a gambling industry that has grown to high stakes

Times-Union: Duval may lose it’s power with King’s death, term limits

Herald: Staff transfers, pay raises put Miami-Dade Mayor’s claims of savings in question

Times-Union: Council panel finds more to trim, one department cut 10%

Times: Ray Sansom criminal case raises intriguing issue of separation of powers

Herald: Powerful group pushing for legislative approval of oil drilling off Florida

Times: Push for drilling off Florida’s coast is well-oiled

Herald: Do traffic cameras violate right to privacy?

Sun: Red-light cameras challenged across Florida


Saturday Edition

Herald: Seminoles reject House changes, agreed to Crist’s gambling plan

Sun-Sentinel: Small-plane crash kills two Seminole Gaming executives

Times: What awaits George LeMieux in Washington

Times: For insight on LeMieux, look to his 1998 campaign

Times-Union: Council President vows to save Jacksonville’s Veterans Day Parade from City Council plan

Times-Union: Proposed cuts are like a slap in the face to senior citizens

News-Press: Florida drivers speed to beat fee increases

News-Journal: Want to save on new drivers’ fees? Take a number

Ledger: Red-light challenges mostly unsuccessful across the U.S.

Sentinel: Stimulus leads to progress in Florida small-business program

Sun: Some question private Medicare plans’ advantage

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