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Michael Moline joins Tallahassee bureau

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Michael Moline, a former assistant managing editor of The National Law Journal, has joined to cover the statehouse beat from Tallahassee. His first day is Monday. Moline will be covering insurance, lobbying and health care issues facing the Florida Legislature and state government for Extensive Enterprises Media’s various platforms, including SaintPetersBlog. His Florida journalism roots are deep: Previously, he reported on politics and the courts in the capital for United Press International. Moline’s family’s roots in Jackson County date back many generations. The 59-year-old…

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Being a Charlie Crist appointee will not determine the fate of Mary Thomas

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Whether or not one is following the GOP primary for Florida’s 2nd Congressional District, it is getting a lot of attention both inside and outside of the Panhandle. The winner will succeed Democrat Gwen Graham, who chose not to seek re-election in a Florida Supreme Court-inspired redrawn district. Attorney Mary Thomas is under assault in paid broadcast media. Try going on the internet without seeing an ominously silhouetted picture of Thomas charged with the sin of being a “Charlie Crist…

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