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Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Leonard Pitts Jr.: Florida governor should veto fast track to death chamber
But that doesn't change the fact that in 2000, stung that 13 inmates had been exonerated and freed from death row in the previous 23 years, Ryan committed an act of profound moral courage, imposing a moratorium on capital punishment.
Mon May 13, 2013
Rock M Nation
a Waaaaaaay too early request for Florida tickets
The wife and I planned an autumn retreat to Missouri and we've got B&B reservations in Rocheport the weekend of the Florida game.
Traffic Stops Go Digital with E-Insurance Cards
Governments in more than a dozen states have passed laws that authorize drivers to show digital images of their proof-of-insurance cards to law enforcement officers during traffic stops.
Thu May 09, 2013
NJ woman, parents admit roles in ex's slaying
When Kathleen Dorsett heard her ex-husband scream in agony in the backyard of her home in 2010, she finished changing their daughter's diaper knowing that her father was carrying out their plan to kill the man by hitting him in the head with a heavy cable.
Wed May 08, 2013
Virgil Scheib, an 84-year-old former resident of Rock Island, IL, died on Tuesday morning, May 7, 2013 at the Eastview Manor Care Center in Trenton, where he had resided for the past six weeks.
Kansas City InfoZine
Man Pleads Guilty to Trafficking in Over $4 Million of Contraband Cigarettes
Keith Donald Stoldt, 59, of Cowlesvilel, NY waived his right to a grand jury and pleaded guilty before U.S. Chief District Judge Fernando J. Gaitan to a federal information that charges him with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and contraband cigarette trafficking.
Fri May 03, 2013
No Medicaid decision from Fla. Legislature
The Florida Legislature adjourned Friday without expanding the state's Medicaid program, passing up more than $50 billion in federal funding and dealing a defeat to Gov.
Thu May 02, 2013
Miami New Times
Tim Tebow to Miami Dolphins? Sports Trolls Are Running Wild With It
All it took was for super-agent Drew Rosenhaus to go on WQAM yesterday and say he "wouldn't be shocked" if the Dolphins signed Tim Tebow because Stephen Ross is a "fan" to start the latest Tebowmania rumor.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Fla. Senate passes Negron's Medicaid bill
The Senate passed a bill without debate Tuesday that would accept more than $50 billion federal dollars and offer health coverage to more than 1 million Floridians under the federal health law.
The Huffington Post
GOP Infighting In Key States Imperils Health Care For The Poor
Conservative Republican governors Jan Brewer of Arizona, Rick Scott of Florida and John Kasich of Ohio are battling with their own party members over their efforts to accept a huge influx of federal dollars and provide health coverage to poor people.
University of Florida News
Florida's consumer confidence keeps rising
Floridians' consumer confidence rose three points to 79 in April - the second consecutive monthly increase, according to a new University of Florida survey.
One-physician practice provides personalized care
William Graham has been a doctor for more than 30 years, working at Mercy and elsewhere.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Fla. lawmakers close in on Medicaid expansion deal
Florida lawmakers are closer to a deal that would OK a Medicaid expansion there -- the state would use federal funds to cover more vulnerable residents while providing childless adults and adult parents with state money to buy private insurance.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Hazelwood Mother Pleads Guilty to Killing Her Baby, Gets 7 Years in Prison
A 24-year-old woman that moved to Hazelwood from Florida last year plead guilty to reduced charges related to her infant son's death.
For states, rejecting the health law's Medicaid expansion comes with consequences
The Associated Press reports on the wrinkles that state leaders will face as a result of opting against the sweeping expansion.