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Bucs roll the dice with troubled defensive end Noah Spence

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The Tampa Bay Bucs were happy with their No. 2 draft pick. No, they were not in ecstasy. The Bucs drafted Eastern Kentucky’s troubled defensive end Noah Spence in the second round, a clear choice of talent over risk. No one doubts the ability of Spence, who had 13 ½ sacks. But Spence had twice been suspended for ecstasy while he was at Ohio State. Still, he has been mailing his last 20 weekly drug tests to NFL teams to…

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Today on Context Florida: Public records, forfeitures, scam artists, Key West housing and risks & reward

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Today on Context Florida: They call us the Sunshine State, but Diane Roberts says Florida’s government prefers to operate in the shadows. Like vampire bats, cockroaches and mold spores. If you can’t see what the government is doing, you can’t fight it. That explains the 74 public records exemption bills before the Legislature this session. Yes, Robert says, there are 74 new attacks on your right to know what’s going on. There’s CS/HB 905, the Matt Gaetz Mug Shot Relief Act,…

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