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TALLAHASSEE—Planned Parenthood agreed to delay a legal challenge against the state after Gov. Rick Scott's administration said it will allow three clinics to continue providing abortions up to 14 weeks from the last normal menstrual period.
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TALLAHASSEE—Fighting to save her congressional district, Rep. Corrine Brown publicly addressed two state legislative committees on Thursday and predicted the new seat drawn by legislators will disenfranchise minorities.
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Tallahassee, Fla - U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s attempt to get a federal court to stop Florida lawmakers from redrawing her congressional district has been stopped for now. Lawyers on Monday withdrew the lawsuit that Brown was seeking to join. That means the Jacksonville Democrat will have to start over. Listen: http://apple.co/1W5IhUV Article: http://bit.ly/1KgzGFR
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Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist all but announced his intentions to run for Congress in a Tampa Bay-area House seat that will likely be redrawn to include his home. Bay News 9's Troy Kinsey made the bold prediction on Episode 20: The Drawing Board. 
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POLITICS - In the Democratic primary for Florida’s open U.S. Senate seat, liberal Alan Grayson jumped ahead of his more moderate opponent, fellow Congressman Patrick E. Murphy, according to a new survey released from St. Pete Polls and commissioned by FloridaPolitics.
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POLITICS - Would you like to be Lieutenant Governor of Florida? Seems to be a sweet gig - big pay with optional duties. Lt. Gov.  Carlos López-Cantera is about to make big decision next week and we're talking about it on Episode 19!
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POLITICS - The Legislature adjourned for the year without expanding Medicaid to provide health insurance for 800,000 poor Floridians. But the debate is far from over. Joan Alker, executive director for Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families who has closely monitored the debate in Florida, is featured in Episode 17: Vindication. 
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In Episode 18: Diplomatic Neighbor, Dr. Brian Latell, Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at the University of Miami discusses President Barack Obama's plan to reopen US/Cuba embassies.
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