Trump’s Mar-a-Lago tax deal veiled from IRS review

Palm Beach Post Exclusive by Christine Stapleton and Lawrence Mower December 21, 2017 Donald Trump’s deal with the town of Palm Beach to turn Mar-a-Lago into a private club hinged on an act of charity crafted to skirt IRS scrutiny and
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Broward Health leaders indicted on charges of violating open-meetings law

Sun Sentinel by David Fleshler December 12, 2017 The top leaders of Broward Health have been indicted on charges of violating Florida’s public meetings law, throwing the public hospital system into the worst turmoil of its years of crises and
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Want to fight voter fraud in Florida? Here’s an easy way, experts say

The 2018 Legislature will decide whether Florida joins partnership Tampa Bay Times by Steve Bousquet December 11, 2017 Voting experts from Alabama to West Virginia urged Florida Monday to join 20 other states in a partnership to scrub its voter
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The Rotunda Episode 129: Food for Thought

Tallahassee Democrat by The Rotunda’s Trimmel Gomes November 27, 2017 On Trimmel Gomes’ latest episode of The Rotunda, prominent trial attorney and Democratic fundraiser John Morgan announces his departure from the Democratic Party and a possible run for Governor as
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State reverses decision to shield information from nursing home inspection reports

Miami Herald by Mary Ellen Klas September 23, 2017 Florida regulators decided Friday they will abandon the use of software that allowed them to heavily redact key words from nursing home inspection reports posted online, choosing instead to link to
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Does Gov. Rick Scott’s tight control of information matter in an emergency?

Miami Herald by Mary Ellen Klas, Steve Bousquet, and Kristin M. Clark September 12, 2017 Floridians aren’t just facing a traffic bottleneck as they attempt to return home after mandatory evacuations from the storm, they are also facing an information juggernaut
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Why Are These Religious Leaders Challenging a Florida Abortion Law?

On Dec. 12, 2016, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a suit challenging a component of a Florida law set to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2017, that would require any person or organization that advises a person
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Media lawyer Alison Steele leaving Rahdert, going solo

Longtime media attorney Alison Steele is leaving the St. Petersburg law firm she has helped build for the last quarter-century and starting her own solo practice. by Florida Politics’ Jim Rosica December 27, 2016 Steele, a name partner in the firm of Rahdert,
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