April 21, 2014

Government/Politics & Law

Legal Briefs - Jan. 2005

Joseph P. Klock, Alvin B. Davis, Seth Rodner, Armando E. Lacasa, Martin Press, Robert A. Zinn. Read more »
Published on 1/1/2005

Tribute to Bob Graham

Now a word about Bob Graham, who is ending nearly 40 years of uninterrupted statewide elective office in Florida. Read more »
Published on 1/1/2005

Wild Card

Broward County voters may like the idea of having slot machines at area racetracks and jai-alai frontons, but the plan has more skeptics than fans among the business and development community. Read more »
Published on 1/1/2005

Business's Moment

Four organizations -- the Florida Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise Florida, the Council of 100 and TaxWatch -- may be close to working effectively in concert for the first time. Read more »
Published on 1/1/2005

It's Not Over Till It's Over

Florida voters were clearly in a mood for change when it came to amending the state constitution last November. But even before the polls had opened, it was clear that voters weren't going to have the last word. Read more »
Published on 1/1/2005

The Partly Cloudy State

These days I seem to have to tell the government more, and the government has to tell me less. Terrorism and privacy: Fear has a grip on public policy, and government officials seem to overreact to everything. Read more »
Published on 1/1/2005

Too Broad

Last year, in its haste to put together a deal to bring the Scripps Research Institute to Florida, state legislators passed a law that carved a giant exemption in the public records law for the deal. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

Unintended Consequences

Fewer lawyers are lining up to fill vacancies on judicial nominating committees. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

Clicking Once... Clicking Twice... SOLD!

Florida's city and county governments are turning to the internet to sell their surplus goods. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

Law & Orchid

Botanist Meg Lowman rebounds from a furor over a flower. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

What Will the Winds of 2004 Bring?

Reading signs in the first few weeks after a big election is a tricky proposition, but some outlines of what the results bode for Florida are discernible. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

Ready, Aim ... Hire

Presidential campaign leaders are ready to launch a legal assault should voting problems arise next month. Read more »
Published on 10/1/2004

Decision 2004: Florida

Why Bush Will Win Florida/Why Kerry Will Win Florida Read more »
Published on 10/1/2004

Rematch

Democrat Jan Schneider is hoping her second run against Katherine Harris is a charm. Read more »
Published on 10/1/2004

Crisis Mode

Under fire, two south Florida elected officials respond differently. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Sand Settlement

Brevard's beachfront property owners collect $3 million in their suit against the government. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Saying No to Wal-Mart

A Gainesville tussle is one of several area battles involving the retailer. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Spiders and Bulldogs

The Supreme Court and Florida Bar ease -- subtly -- restrictions on advertising by law firms. Read more »
Published on 8/1/2004

The Federal Spigot

Even though Florida doesn't get its fair share, tax dollars keep pouring in from Washington. Read more »
Published on 8/1/2004

Turnaround

Miami Mayor Manny Diaz is applying private-sector strategies to rebuild the foundations of his long-troubled city. Read more »
Published on 8/1/2004

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