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Today on Context Florida: American Transformers, Floridian president, TR’s big stick, open carry convention and dealmaking

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Today on Context Florida: There’s a new reality show in America, says Adam Goodman, generating ratings and rave reviews before an audience that had been waiting a long time for it to begin. It’s called “The New American Transformers,” but unlike the “Transformer” movies this series does not revolve around a galactic battle but something much more down to Earth. It is a story about Americans looking to transform a system that’s broken, in a country that’s lost its way, led…

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Today on Context Florida: Consumer protections, private e-mails, Medicaid and Anne Hathaway

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Today on Context Florida: Florida ticket-buyers need consumer protection, says Peter Schorsch. They deserve a transparent purchasing process. Would you buy a car without knowing the identity of the seller and the vehicle’s exact make and model and mileage? Of course not. Laws protect consumers by mandating disclosure of information during the purchasing process for many items. Why should tickets, some of which sell for hundreds and thousands of dollars, be any different? Steve Kurlander believes public officials, whether they be…

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