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florida-public-employees-state-attorney-human-traffickingCBS Miami:Florida State Attorney Joins Human Trafficking Council

Miami State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle has been appointed to the Statewide Council on Human Trafficking.

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Florida-public-employees-Hughes-Oil-CompanyTruth-Out:  Triumph for Citizens in Florida as Hughes Oil Company Drops Fracking Project

On Friday, July 11, Dan A. Hughes Oil Company and the Collier Resources Company agreed to terminate their lease agreement, with the exception of the Collier Hogan 20-3H well, next to the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Naples, Florida.

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Sun_SentinelSun Sentinel: Will growing opposition stop rail project in its tracks?

It seems every time the folks from All Aboard Florida unveil pretty drawings of a shiny new station, another organized group sprouts to oppose the proposed Miami-to-Orlando rail service.

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florida-public-employees-paula-dockeryTallahassee Democrat:  Dockery: State must learn lessons in accountability, transparency

Gov. Rick Scott created the Department of Economic Opportunity to symbolize his focus on job creation, attracting new industry and reducing unemployment.

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TBOTBO:  4 rivals vie for District 61 seat

TALLAHASSEE — The sudden appearance of a write-in candidate means that the campaign to succeed state Rep. Betty Reed in her seat representing Tampa won’t end until November.

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florida-public-employees-Bill-CotterellTallahassee Democrat: Cotterell: Public employees are not campaign props

It’s illegal to use state employees for campaign purposes and they sure aren’t supposed to be political props for a media event. It’s fair game for a governor, Cabinet officer or legislator to take credit for their good work,..

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National

 

CBS_Florida_Public_EmployeesCBS Miami: Arbitrator Rules Boston Police Officers Deserve 25.4% Pay Raise

BOSTON (CBS) – An arbitrator has ruled that Boston police officers should receive a 25.4 percent pay increase over the next six years, the city confirmed Friday night. The contract would be retroactive dating back to July 2010.

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