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Water woes bubble up in Florida gubernatorial race



Florida’s environment is one factor that could help decide the state’s next governor. After a first term focused on business and economic growth, Gov. Rick Scott is working to rebrand himself as an environmentalist. Scott’s main opponent, Charlie Crist, is also burnishing his environmental credentials as he looks for votes in a race that’s too close to call.
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High Speed Rail Promises


Like a high-speed train running off the rails, last week the specter of High Speed Rail reared its futuristic caboose again, this time with more promises from Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist that all is not lost. In some Washington D.C. elbow rub, Crist was able to ascertain that the $2.4 billion given up on the transportation project when Gov. Rick Scott refused federal dollars three years ago was still a thing. Details were not necessarily provided, but the former governor turned hopeful governor has been pulling the rope on this train horn for some time. Could he know something we don’t know?
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Labor Unions Focus on I-4 Corridor This Election Season


The nation’s largest federation of unions is focusing on Central Florida this election season. The president of the AFL-CIO says the group is rallying voters along the vital I-4 corridor in support of important issues to workers like the minimum wage. The AFL-CIO represents 56 labor unions and 12.5 million workers. President Richard Trumka says Florida is vital as the group advocates for a higher minimum wage, immigration reform and other issues important to the middle class. “The economy is not like the weather. The economy is just a bunch of rules. Those rules decide who the winners are and who the losers are, and those rules are made up by men and women we elect. That’s why elections matter.” … Read More
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