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Andrade has big fundraising month

By The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — State political candidates faced a Tuesday night deadline to file reports showing how much campaign money they…

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Broxson makes list of wealthiest lawmakers

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers will return to the Capitol next week to start holding committee meetings in…

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Florida to share voter registration info

Editor’s note: This is a big deal–and will make our voting registration more secure. From Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis…

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Florida’s ‘Winded’ Economy

By Christine Sexton, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Heading into a critical election year, Florida legislators may have to tighten spending because of…

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Salzman outraises Hill in July

Republican challenger Michelle Salzman outraised incumbent Florida House Rep. Mike Hill in July, according to reports filed with the Florida Secretary of State. Salzman brought…

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Broxson proposes name for bridge

 Senator Doug Broxson (R-Gulf Breeze) announced today that he has submitted legislation to name the new Pensacola Bay Bridge, the “General Daniel ‘Chappie’ James Jr….

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Gaetz: No go on using military force against Iran without congressional approval

Today, U.S. Congressmen Matt Gaetz (FL-01) and Ro Khanna (CA-17), along with 16 original cosponsors, introduced an amendment to the annual National Defense Authorization Act…

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Miller’s zombie campaign

Florida Politic’s Noah Pransky reports how our former Congressman Jeff Miller has used his campaign account that he never shut down. Miller, who chaired the…

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Hill loves Inweekly now

After being called “fake news” for two weeks by the state lawmaker and his supporters, Inweekly has picked up an unlikely new fan–Rep. Mike Hill….

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