Today on Context Florida: musings on presidential power, coalition politics, and more

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Today on Context Florida, Bob Sparks writes a biting column, discussing a lawsuit by a Boca doctor that challenges whether the president or executive branch may selectively waive parts of Obamacare without Congressional approval.

Then, Martin Dyckman proposes a clever scenario under which Speaker John Boehner could shrug off the “80 House crazies” who put him on the spot and build a cross-party coalition to “save our Constitution in the present crisis.”

Next up, Ben Kirby talks about PACE — the Property Assessed Clean Energy program that offers Floridians an option for community improvement that saves both energy and money.

Finally, in the first of a four-part series, Gary Mormino memorializes Florida Gov. Millard Fillmore Caldwell, the “last Florida governor born in the 19th century and the first to govern in the post-WWII era.”

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