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Today on Context Florida: Lucius Cornelius Sulla & Richard Corcoran, outside agency funding and MPO choices

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Today on Context Florida: Before Augustus and Marc Antony and before Julius Caesar, Spartacus, and everyone else you can barely remember from Latin class, Peter Schorsch says there was dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla. Florida House Speaker Designate Richard Corcoran is obviously not a Roman dictator, but like Sulla, he has made a long climb up through Florida politics to become speaker of the Florida House. This march hasn’t exactly been brutal, but it hasn’t been easy, either. Schorsch believes that what…

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It’s only February, but have the U.S. Senate candidates already jumped the shark?

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This last week, I cruised around the Bahamas, soaking up the sun while downing frothy boat drinks. Not once did I think about Charlie Crist or Marco Rubio or Kendrick Meek. What a vacation! But now that I’ve been home for a few days and read through my Google Alerts, I have this sinking feeling that the candidates for US Senate are about to jump the shark. And it’s only February. In the course of a week, the supposedly media-savvy…

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It’s only February, but have the U.S. Senate candidates already jumped the shark?

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This last week, I cruised around the Bahamas, soaking up the sun while downing frothy boat drinks. Not once did I think about Charlie Crist or Marco Rubio or Kendrick Meek. What a vacation! But now that I’ve been home for a few days and read through my Google Alerts, I have this sinking feeling that the candidates for U.S. Senate are about to jump the shark. And it’s only February. In the course of a week, the supposedly media-savvy…

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