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Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsI wrote about the latest corruption wave that???s devoured Broward in my Sunday column, but I didn???t get to unload all my thoughts in print. Namely, what has allowed things to deteriorate to this point? Feel free to offer your......
The Swampby Mark Silva In the Senate, pet names usually are kept private. But Sen. Claire McCaskill, a decidedly more conservative Democrat from Missouri, has a name for herself in conversations with Sen. Dick Durbin, the considerably more liberal Democrat from......
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Dining@LargeOK, I've gotten bizarre announcements before, but this press release about Meat Week may take the cake. Uh, barbecued ribs. I'm going to let the Web site speak for itself, but there are many unanswered questions. Like, why are so......
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Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsHe came out of nowhere onto our TV screens in the spring, a tall, bald and apparently friendly creature with cheerful music in the background. His name was Rick Scott, he said, and he wanted to be our governor. "Who......
Palm Beach Politics - Sun-Sentinel BlogsMayors of cities in Palm Beach County are joining a statewide effort intended to rein in costs from new legislation passed by the Florida Legislature. The ???stop passing the buck??? initiative takes aim at state lawmakers passing new laws and......
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsIt's bad enough that the results of a standardized test weigh so heavily on students throughout their public school years in Florida. Tying teachers' jobs -- and pay raises -- to the FCAT and other test performance is worse. So......
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsIt's been five years since Broward voters approved slots at local pari-mutuels. Have things turned out like everyone expected? And where will things be five years from now? It's the subject for my column in Sunday's paper, especially timely given......
Dear Sen. Chris L. Smith: It was a long shot at best. Your attempt to tweak Florida's infamous Stand Your Ground law had about as much chance in the Florida Legislature as expanding Medicaid, imposing new taxes or paying teachers their true worth....
Last week, I watched two groups of people hold passionate discussions about health care. During one, doctors, pastors and patients swapped stories of inspiration and altruism, urging everyone to help as many people as possible. During the other,...
Now that longtime activist and irreverent Fort Lauderdale attorney Norm Kent has become leader of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, what should we call him? His Highness? Boss Weed? Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Joints?...
Like Orlando, Las Vegas lives on tourism. Unlike Orlando, Las Vegas uses tourist taxes to help pay for schools, cops, roads and more. There's a simple reason for the Las Vegas logic: Locals know that, although tourists bring money to town, they also...
TALLAHASSEE – Lenny Curry picked a good time to call a trick play. As chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, he has a problem: His boss, Gov. Rick Scott, is attempting to save his political skin by embracing the very policy he entered...
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