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Sunburn – The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics – 10.2.17

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Sunburn – The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics. The panel that will recommend changes to the state’s governing document will finally get down to work this week.

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Report: Can Florida Republicans finally win back-to-back U.S. Senate races?

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Over the past century Florida has never elected a Republican in back-to-back U.S. Senate elections, making the Sunshine State somewhat of a rare bird. Despite having a veritable stranglehold on the state legislature, and the fact that it will have held the Governor’s Mansion for 20 years by the time Rick Scott leaves office, the GOP has yet to string together consecutive victories for U.S. Senate, notes Eric Ostermeier of Smart Politics.

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Sunburn – The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics – 9.29.17

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Sunburn – The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics. By Peter Schorsch, Phil Ammann, Mitch Perry and Jim Rosica. Congratulations to the Florida Chamber Foundation for putting on a successful 2017 Future of Florida Forum in Orlando this week. Judging from the tweets, the show was a hit:

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Launching today: New tool from Florida Chamber Foundation connects students and businesses

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Today, tune in as the Florida Chamber Foundation launches a free online tool to help close Florida’s talent and skills gaps. LaunchMyCareerFL.org is a one-stop-shop that helps students look at programs at public institutions and training programs in Florida and analyze their potential personal outcomes. 

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The Delegation for 9.28.17 — Insights from the Beltway to the Sunshine State

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Delegation staying focused on priority issues This week the last-gasp attempt to gut Obamacare failed. Just two days later, President Donald Trump and Republicans began to talk up tax reform. Getting relief to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico (and Floridians still suffering from Irma) was also on the minds of lawmakers.

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