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Scott Joseph | Taste of the Nation

In his Spotlight installment this week, Orlando Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph previews a charity event.  Some of the area’s best chefs are donating their time to fight child hunger.
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Charlie Crist campaigning for governor in Orlando in 2014, with running mate Annette Taddeo. Crist says he won’t seek political office in 2016. Photo: Brendan Byrne, WMFE
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Crist Opens Office in Orlando, Pledges Education Support

Charlie Crist opened his first gubernatorial campaign office in Orlando on Wednesday. Crist, along with his running mate Annette Taddeo-Goldstein, addressed a crowd of supporters outside the headquarters on education The Crist for Governor campaign office is on the corner of Alafaya and Colonial, just across the street from the University of Central Florida. Crist promised supporters if elected he would increase Bright Future scholarships for state college education. The office sits in State House Representative Joe Saunders’ district and he says the choice to open the offices near the University of Central Florida show the commitment the campaign has to education. “For the Crist campaign to identify this area, my district, a district that has one of the highest …
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Mica Defends Transportation Bill

https://wmfeimages.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/John-Mica-defends-transportation-bill.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSThe chair of the US House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, John Mica, believes his compendious HR7 bill is the right way forward for transportation, in spite of an outcry from mass transit advocates. Mica says he’s still confident his constituents will support his transportation bill, in spite of the controversy. Opponents of the bill don’t like measures which strip out requirements for part of the federal gas tax to be spent on public transportation. Under the proposal, it will also no longer be mandatory to spend a portion of gas …
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