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Dan Gelber says he quit law firm ‘last Thursday’ so why is resignation letter effective in ‘early July’?

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I guess at some point every Democrat is going to have to make a decision about who to support for Attorney General.  Dave Aronberg or Dan Gelber?  ‘Cause you can’t vote for both, as much as we’d all like to. I haven’t fully made up my mind yet.  I want to hear what Gelber has to say tomorrow night at Bella Brava.  But in the meantime, what troubles me — and many other Democrats — is the controversy over Gelber’s…

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Dan Gelber says he quit law firm ‘last Thursday’ so why is resignation letter effective in ‘early July’?

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I guess at some point every Democrat is going to have to make a decision about who to support for attorney general.  Dave Aronberg or Dan Gelber?  ‘Cause you can’t vote for both, as much as we’d all like to. I haven’t fully made up my mind yet.  I want to hear what Gelber has to say tomorrow night at Bella Brava. But in the meantime, what troubles me — and many other Democrats — is the controversy over Gelber’s…

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Florida Cabinet reinforces Rep. Janet Long’s legislation to reign in public adjusters

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After nearly five years, claims that continue to be filed against insurance companies as a result of Hurricane Wilma are being considered by the state’s top political leaders. State Representative Janet Long (D-St. Petersburg) said “recognition of the problem by the Governor, Chief Financial Officer and Attorney General adds further importance and urgency” to a bill she filed this week that would limit the time that claims can be filed. Current law allows five years. Representative Long’s bill (HB 1181)…

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Florida Cabinet reinforces Rep. Janet Long’s legislation to rein in public adjusters

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After nearly five years, claims that continue to be filed against insurance companies as a result of Hurricane Wilma are being considered by the state’s top political leaders. State Rep. Janet Long (D-St. Petersburg) said “recognition of the problem by the Governor, Chief Financial Officer and Attorney General adds further importance and urgency” to a bill she filed this week that would limit the time that claims can be filed. Current law allows five years. Rep. Long’s bill (HB 1181)…

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