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September 14, 2009

Evening Edition


Herald: PSC Commissioner accused of private contract with FPL

Today: PSC Commisioner: Utility companies are trying to smear her


Sun-Sentinel: Gov. Crist says FPL rate hike votes could affect PSC re-appointments

Herald: Crist to PSC: Reject rate increase, or else


Post: Utility Panel Chairman: No one should tell us how to vote


Times: Tampa invited to bid on hosting the 2012 Republican National Convention


Observer: State Senate race in District 8 is giving voters a peek at next year


Times-Union: Jacksonville Budget: Police are not above the people


Herald-Tribune: Lawyer challenges red-light cameras


Today: ‘Clunkers’ program leaves auto dealers short on new vehicles

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Morning Edition


Herald: Charlie Crist: My campaign shouldn’t repay state for security at nonofficial events

Times: Florida taxpayers spent nearly $300,000 protecting visiting politicians


Herald: Charlie Crist could be vulnerable in for U.S. Senate


Herald: Fort Lauderdale could opt out of FPL contract

Sun-Sentinel: FPL executives donate to local political candidates


Herald: Miami Republicans blast House Speaker Larry Cretul

Democrat: Former House Speaker Ray Sansom trying to quash perjury charges


Herald-Tribune: State GOP Chairman Jim Greer dials it down a notch


Democrat: Gov. Crist’s ‘maestro’ begins U.S. Senate term

Today: Martinez replacement a smooth operative


Herald-Tribune: State’s budget woes hit home for Bright Futures


Democrat: Editorial: Open enrollment for state workers begins today

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