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Randolph Bracy comes to Aramis Ayala’s defense with NY Times op-ed

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Democratic state Senator Randolph Bracy has published a national defense of Orlando’s State Attorney Aramis Ayala Tuesday with an op-ed column in the New York Times contending Gov. Rick Scott has overreached in removing cases from her. In the column headlined “Florida’s Vengeful Governor,” Bracy argues that Scott’s reassignment of 22 death penalty cases from Florida’s 9th Judicial Circuit, prosecuted by Ayala, to Florida’s 5th Judicial Circuit, prosecuted by State Attorney Brad King, is without precedent or any legal foundation.…

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Orlando Sentinel: Charlie Crist leaves fiscal mess for next governor

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You may see this state as a fiscal wreck, a place where jobs and people are vanishing at a record clip. But in an alternate universe, on the planet Pandora, our happy Chieftain Charlie Crist promises happy days ahead and millions of dollars all around. He has $500 million for schools, $100 million for universities and $67 million for community colleges. He has $100 million in tax cuts for corporations, and $24 million in back-to-school tax cuts for mom and…

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Marco Rubio pens column for National Review: Free enterprise – and those who defend it – are under attack under Obama

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U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio has penned a column for National Review: Earlier this week, I spoke out against President Obama’s wrongheaded decision to place an onerous and punitive new tax on the financial institutions Americans rely on to loan them money to buy homes, safeguard their money, and fund their businesses. Since then, I have been subjected to vicious attacks from Democratic party operatives, liberal bloggers, and even some in the media. Tired old stories long ago proven meritless…

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