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Today on Context Florida: Jeb Bush alternative, school choice political hardball, disease & decay, and Jeff Brandes

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Today on Context Florida: As Jeb Bush struggles to stay above the margin of error national polls, Peter Schorsch — a Bush supporter — might be in the market for a new candidate. He still believes there’s a possibility Bush can pull out of this tailspin, and wants to remain committed to the person who did great things while Governor Florida. However, as an establishment Republican he’s left with three choices — John Kasich, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie — and…

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Today on Context Florida: Free speech, Doug Hughes, FHIX is in and walking home alone

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Today on Context Florida: Americans cherish their basic rights and fundamental freedoms; with the most cherished right is the freedom to speak their minds openly. In that spirit, John Knight wants to state clearly that he supports the right of those who want to protest the walk in Tallahassee organized by Lauren’s Kids. Doug Hughes is the Ruskin postal carrier who risked his neck to fly through the nation’s most restricted air space to land on the Capitol grounds in order…

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For your consideration: Saint Petersblog 2.0 for Best of the Bay’s Best Local Blog

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VOTE HERE FOR SAINT PETERSBLOG FOR BEST LOCAL BLOG. As a candidate for Creative Loafing’s Best of the Bay’s Best Local Troublemaker award, I forgot to think about how Tampa-dominated these awards can be. How else can you explain Joe Redner leading in this category. Five, ten years ago, sure. But what did Redner do this year to deserve this recognition? Almost everyone else on the Readers’ Poll for Best Local Troublemaker makes their trouble in Tampa. What basically has…

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