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Tampa greyhound track’s tainted shrimp blamed for man’s death

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The mother of a deceased Tampa man blames free shrimp on her son’s death. John Colic was just 48 years old at the time of his death. His mother, Mara Colic, said tainted shrimp was the culprit in his untimely death. Colic enjoyed some complimentary shrimp while playing poker at the Tampa Greyhound track. Days later he fell ill and later died. Mara Colic is now suing the Tampa Greyhound Track and Lucky’s Card room for damages associated with her…

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Personnel note: Cameron Yarbrough joins lobbying team at Gunster

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Lobbyist Cameron Yarbrough has taken his talents — and his increasing roster of clients — to the law firm of Gunster Yoakley & Stewart this week, leaving behind his one-man shop Yarbrough Consulting. Responding to inquiry about the move, Yarbrough told SaintPetersBlog it was a choice he made gladly. “As a sole proprietor I was looking for an alliance that would help me statewide and provide additional resources to complement my legislative and executive practice,” said Yarbrough on Tuesday. “Don’t get me wrong, I have enjoyed working for…

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