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September 2, 2009

Afternoon Edition


Herald: Health care reform advocate punched by opponent at Sen. Nelson event


Sun-Sentinel: Florida GOP: President Obama to spread socialism in schools

Times: Politifact: “Pants on fire” for Jim Greer’s indoctrination claims


Sun-Sentinel: Florida Public Service Commission under investigation for ties to utilities

Post: PSC Head calls for ouster of employee who attended Kentucky Derby party
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Ledger: Marco Rubio takes aim at Charlie Crist


Times: Fresh wave of attacks against front-runner Quiggle


Herald: Vegas-style slot machines arrive in Miami

Times: Does gambling deal include exceptions for tribe or ax for Miami airport?


Times-Union: Jacksonville auto dealerships still waiting for their ‘clunkers’ money

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Morning Edition


Herald: Campaign to drill off Florida’s coast has cash, confidence

Ledger: Lawmakers tell leaders drilling is an economic plus


Times-Union: 500 come to Jacksonville Tea Party, but lawmakers didn’t show


Times: McCain, McConnell visit Florida to denounce health care changes

Herald: Health care reform battle brews in Florida


Times-Union: Proposed medicare cuts have nursing homes worried


Herald: Florida lawmakers want names behind political attack ads

Times: Lawmakers call for quick fix to campaign finance loophole threatening elections


Times: Crist cabinet officials want pension funds invested in Florida real estate

Post: Florida takes $250 million loss from New York City real estate investment


News-Press: Ex-Florida House Speaker tries to have charges quashed

Democrat: Former Speaker Sansom seeks dismissal of his criminal charges


Times: County commissioners debate if taxpayers should cover Kevin White’s legal fees


Herald: Miami-Dade’s Mayor gave aides raises hours after budget warning


Democrat: Tallahassee area the exception in state’s population decline


Sun: Judge upholds majority of ordinance on underage drinking

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