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September 7, 2009

Evening Edition

Herald: Obama exhorts kids to pay attention in school

Sun-Sentinel: Obama prepares talk for Tuesday exhorting schoolchildren to work and pay attention

Times-Union: Read President Obama’s planned remarks to students

Times-Union: Early voting for Duval School Board seat begins today

Sun-Sentinel: PSC employee re-assigned amid accusations of agency’s close ties to FPL

Today: Security union members to picket at Patrick AFB on Tuesday

Herald-Tribune: Recession is altering career expectations

Sun-Sentinel: Florida’s job gains in boom years wiped out

Post: The Great ‘Mancession’: Recession’s big layoffs have hit men harder than women

News-Press: Cigarette tax hike sends Florida smokers across the border

Post: Florida cigarette sales down 28% after tax hike

Times-Union: Jacksonville seniors face challenges without drivers licenses

Sun: Massachusetts lawmakers prepare for Kennedy successor hearing

Tribune: Late Ted Kennedy’s nephew nixes U.S. Senate campaign


Morning Edition

Herald: Work by incoming Sen. LeMieux, his law firm draws scrutiny

Observer: Early voting begins today for special elections

Observer: Lou Rose: Why I’m voting for Dan Quiggle

Sun-Sentinel: Seminole gambling deal may face competition for attention during special legislative session

Observer: How much clout will Crist have in special session?

Democrat: Running government while running for office

Herald: After years of trashing polls, Republicans now embrace them

News-Press: Marco Rubio seeks tea-party conservatives’ support

Herald: Education Secretary says furor over Obama address ‘silly’

Times: Argenziano fires staff aide for giving Blackberry code to FPL

Today: Health care reform likely to stall on Capitol Hill

Sun: Lottery vending machines rolled out across Florida

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