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Debuting today: The Winter 2016 edition of INFLUENCE Magazine

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The latest issue of INFLUENCE Magazine is out. From the rise of legal-lobbying firms to the next generation of influencers and power brokers, the winter edition looks at all aspects of the governmental affairs industry. In recent years, major legal firms have emerged as major players in the government affairs industry. For the first time in a while, one of these firms (Greenberg Traurig) was in the Top 5 for compensation, while several others — such as GrayRobinson and Gunster — are…

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Personnel note: Personal Insurance Federation of Florida names Samantha Sexton as VP of Legislative Affairs

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The Personal Insurance Federation of Florida named Samantha Sexton as its Vice President for Legislative & Regulatory Affairs. Sexton, named one of the ‘30 under 30’ Rising Stars of Florida Politics, started at the Federation August 1, and will serve as lead lobbyist on property and casualty insurance issues and will oversee political strategy for an affiliated political committee. “I am very excited to have someone of Samantha’s caliber joining the trade,” said PIFF President Michael Carlson in a statement…

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Meet Samantha Sexton, one of the ’30 under 30′ rising stars of Florida politics

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Some kids want to go to Disney World. Samantha Sexton spent her summers visiting Revolutionary War and Civil War battle sites. The 26-year-old now is associate director of government relations for the PACE Center for Girls, a non-residential delinquency prevention program throughout Florida. Long before that, she was learning her American history, including “the importance of giving back to those who gave before us through volunteerism,” she says. Her parents also brought her along to hurricane relief efforts, coastal cleanups and holiday gift…

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