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’60-plus-page dress-down’ of DeSantis battle with Big Tech

Summary: Three-judge panel rules government can’t tell a private citizen or entity what to say or how to say it. The Free of Speech clause…

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Good news: Driving tourism up

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Visit Florida added a couple of hundred miles to what it considers an easily drivable…

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State takes aim at Redistricting ruling

State Takes Aim at Redistricting Ruling By Jim Saunders ©2022 The News Service of Florida. All rights reserved; see terms. TALLAHASSEE — The state asked…

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Andrade rakes in $33K

From the News Service of Florida: State political candidates faced a Tuesday deadline for filing reports showing campaign-finance activity in April. Here are legislative candidates…

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Money pours into DeSantis re-election bid

By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida. All rights reserved. TALLAHASSEE — Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis continued to amass a pile of political cash…

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Once daily newspaper loses cash cow

Gov. Ron DeSantis quietly signed into law five bills Tuesday, including a measure that revamps the law about publishing local-government legal notices – a big…

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Education fight could take months to play out

By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida. All rights reserved; see terms. TALLAHASSEE — A legal battle over a new state law that restricts…

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DeSantis vetoes controversial rooftop solar bill

By Jim Saunders The News Service of Florida. TALLAHASSEE — In a win for the rooftop-solar industry and environmental groups, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday…

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Few specifics provided on textbook rejections

By Ryan Dailey, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — After a high-profile announcement Friday about rejecting math textbooks submitted for adoption by the state,…

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