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    Report: Law Enforcement Deletes Controversial Records

    With all of the concern in recent years about the kinds of personal information being gathered and stored by governments at all levels, there’s a new wrinkle in the information wars. A recent investigation by WTSP TV in Tampa/Sarasota reveals that law enforcement officers posing as undercover “chatters” in online sex sting operations (a la…

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    90-Year-Old Charged with Feeding Ft. Lauderdale Homeless

    Arnold Abbott says that he was just trying to practice the notion of loving his neighbor, but the Ft. Lauderdale police say that Abbott’s loving actions also violate a new city law. Abbott, 90, along with a pair of local pastors, was charged on November 2 (celebrated as All Saints Sunday in some Christian denominations)…

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    Guarding Against Identity Theft

    With recent headlines alluding to cases of massive data breaches at companies like Home Depot and JP Morgan, it’s only natural to wonder where the next inevitable break in the nation’s data streams will occur. In fact, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), identity theft is the largest category of consumer complaint filed with…

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    Florida Foreclosure Pace Slowing

    While Florida unfortunately still leads the country in foreclosures, years after the housing crisis began, new information indicates that the pace of foreclosures has slowed down significantly in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. The numbers apparently dropped in Palm Beach County. According to Daily Business Review, which cites a report from California-based real estate research company…

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    Avoiding Workplace Injuries

    On average, Americans spend about 2,000 hours each year in the workplace. For employees and employers alike, it only makes sense to pay close attention to how all of that time in one place affects one’s health. By making every effort to foster a safer workplace, it’s less likely that employee accidents and injuries will…

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    Florida Governor’s Race Heats Up

    To casual watchers of government elections, the Florida governor’s race might seem to be just another mudslinging affair that, come November, will mercifully end, not to return in any sustained way for at least the next couple of years. Give the influence that the office has over the state’s laws, however, it’s probably best to…

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    The Great Florida Gubernatorial Debate Controversy: “Fangate”

    As the heated and tightly contested election to determine Florida’s governor approaches, tensions appear to be rising between the camps The debate ultimately delved into unusual territory when a controversy erupted over Democratic Party candidate Charlie Crist’s alleged use of a fan beneath his podium. Republican incumbent governor Rick Scott was irate, feeling that it…

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    Battle Lines Drawn as Election Day Draws Near

    Midterm elections are fast approaching, and in the state of Florida, that means big votes are on the horizon. Several contentious ballot measures will be up for vote, and the hotly contested gubernatorial election between Rick Scott and Charlie Crist has already drawn major national attention. Here is a summary of the races and measures…

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    Is Medical Marijuana Already Legal?

    When they vote on Amendment 2 as part of the November 4 election, Florida voters will decide whether medical marijuana becomes legal. A recent development has added further fuel to that discussion. According to a story published by the Tallahassee Democrat, two attorneys from a Jacksonville law firm claim that a constitutional amendment on the…

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    Report: Jameis Winston Should Drop Out of Florida State

    That may be the troubled football player’s best legal option, says legal analyst Michael McCann, writing in Sports Illustrated magazine. Jameis Winston has been accused of raping a fellow student at Florida State in December 2012. He faces a school disciplinary hearing on those allegations. So far, Winston has managed to steer clear of being…

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    Tallahassee, FL 32301
    Phone: (850) 391-7045
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