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Weekend Headlines

September 5, 2009

Sunday Edition


Democrat: Florida lawmakers set to resume debate over health care reform

News-Press: Health care and Southwest Florida seniors


Herald-Tribune: In the halls of Congress, Florida lacks clout


Herald: Florida Power & Light would buy a new jet with rate increase


Herald: From truffles to fox furs, U.S. ships more than food to Cuba

Herald: Bush-era travel restrictions fuel ‘mule’ industry in Cuba


Democrat: Seminole boosters mourn loss of Sen. Jim King


Democrat: Marco Rubio seeks support at town hall


Times-Union: Angela Corey’s rift with Shorstein stews, spreads


Democrat: Statewide cigarette sales plunging with new dollar-a-pack tax

Sun: Smokers riled by new stadium rules


Ledger: Volunteer citizens catching speeders in their radar sights


Herald: Miami-Dade commissioners face task of filling budget gap


Democrat: Historically black colleges to lose $85 million in federal dollars


Herald: Machines will soon sell scratch-off lottery tickets

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Saturday Edition


Times: Sen. LeMieux faces scrutiny on his way to Washington

Herald: Florida’s new U.S. Senator is facing scrutiny for dealings


Herald: Records: Sen. Martinez aide intervened in dispute between Pentagon, GOP fundraiser


Post: Politico: GOP’s national diversity push doesn’t include Florida

Politico: GOP’S new diversity push


Democrat: Marco Rubio courting voters at tea party tax protests and health care meetings


Democrat: Parents, schools divided over Obama webcast to students

Sun: Alachua District encouraging schools to watch Obama


Sentinel: School districts ignore legislature, opt not to cut superintendents’ pay


Times-Union: Mandarin residents voice concern over Jacksonville’s proposed budget at town meeting


Democrat: Large number of City of Tallahassee workers talking buyouts


News-Journal: Candidates for Florida Senate tout conservative convictions


Ledger: Right turn violators get hope

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