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Post Date: 19th May, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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State GOP says they will hold Brown accountable
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Republican Party of Florida Chairman Dave Bitner is out with a statement on Alvin Brown's victory in the Jacksonville mayor's race.
SparkNotes version: They 'will be sure to hold him accountable '
Full statement:
Source: PolitiJax

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Post Date: 26th May, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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John Peyton pitches deals to move EverBank jobs downtown, add parking near Landing
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By Steve Patterson 
Mayor John Peyton is championing new downtown jobs and a new parking garage near The Jacksonville Landing in a final legislative drive that began Tuesday.
"It is key. Bringing jobs and housing to downtown is essential to our post-recession recovery," Peyton said shortly before a package of legislation was filed with the City Council.
The main pieces of the agreements, each cast in separate legislation, were: Photos/Video
Source: PolitiJax

Post Date: 2nd Jun, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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After radio flap, U.S. Senate candidate comes out with answers on Ryan budget (sort of)
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U.S Senate candidate Mike Haridopolos got booted from an Orlando talk radio station Wednesday morning for not answering questions about the Paul Ryan budget (more here). The performance gained Haridopolos, also president of the Florida Senate, some unwanted national attention. In response, his campaign sent out a statement. See if you can find a yes or no on the Ryan plan in the release. Photos/Video
Source: PolitiJax

Post Date: 9th Jun, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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Growth management in Florida back under local control
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The responsibility for managing growth is once again in the hands of local government.
The Florida Legislature's sweeping change to the state's 1985 Growth Management Act in the 2011 session was signed by Gov. Rick Scott last Thursday. It weakens the centralized system that gave a state agency, the Department of Community Affairs, the power to halt developments deemed incompatible with the growth plans of local governments. Photos/Video
Source: Politijax

Post Date: 16th Jun, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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Growth management in Florida back under local control
Florida Politics

The responsibility for managing growth is once again in the hands of local government.
The Florida Legislature's sweeping change to the state's 1985 Growth Management Act in the 2011 session was signed by Gov. Rick Scott last Thursday. It weakens the centralized system that gave a state agency, the Department of Community Affairs, the power to halt developments deemed incompatible with the growth plans of local governments. Photos/Video
Source: Politijax

Post Date: 23rd Jun, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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Will Afghanistan play major role in Florida's U.S. Senate race?
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Two of the leading contenders in Florida's GOP Senate primary threw a wet blanket over President Barack Obama's Wednesday announcement that he would begin a rapid withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.  "The President...failed to outline the clear conditions for victory or how our national security interests are served by a time-certain withdrawal from Afghanistan," said Adam Hasner in a statement e-mailed to reporters.
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Post Date: 30th Jun, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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Panhandle Republican to be next Senate President
Florida Politics

Sen. Don Gaetz, R - Niceville, will officially be designated as the next Senate President during a Sept. 19 ceremony, according to a release sent by current Senate President Mike Haridopolos, R - Merritt Island. He will serve the 2013-2014 term.
"Senator Gaetz is supported by an overwhelming majority of his colleagues in the Republican caucus," Haridopolos said.  "By his accomplishments and his service to others, he has gained the confidence and respect of the Senate and is more than ready for the responsibilities of leading our chamber and our state." Photos/Video
Source: Politijax

Post Date: 14th Jul, 2011 - 1:50pm / Post ID: #

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Panhandle Republican to be next Senate President
Florida Politics

Sen. Don Gaetz, R - Niceville, will officially be designated as the next Senate President during a Sept. 19 ceremony, according to a release sent by current Senate President Mike Haridopolos, R - Merritt Island. He will serve the 2013-2014 term.
"Senator Gaetz is supported by an overwhelming majority of his colleagues in the Republican caucus," Haridopolos said.  "By his accomplishments and his service to others, he has gained the confidence and respect of the Senate and is more than ready for the responsibilities of leading our chamber and our state." Photos/Video
Source: Politijax

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