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"… since-built Sabal Trail pipeline, which runs from Alabama into Georgia and Florida. At a D.C. appellate court hearing in April, judges asked a FERC lawyer wh …"

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"… campaign’s chief executive, bouncing between New York; Washington, D.C.; Florida and California. This raised questions about what state he was legally regi …"

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"… expensive U.S. House race in history, easily surpassing a record set in a Florida district in 2012, according to federal campaign finance data analyzed by t …"

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"… , although they have yet to do much. They include America First Agenda, a Florida-based super PAC that plays on Trump’s “America First” slogan. The g …"

"… lists its chairwoman as Lauren Pardo, a former aide to Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, and current vice president of political consulting firm Groundswell Strat …"

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"… First Agenda Group type: super PAC Why it matters: Formed in April, this Florida-based super PAC plays on Trump’s “America First” slogan. The group …"

"… lists its chairwoman as Lauren Pardo, a former aide to Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, and current vice president of political consulting firm Groundswell Strat …"

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"… tiny agency. Formed by Congress after the 2000 presidential election’s Florida voting disaster — remember “hanging chads”? — the Election Assista …"

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"… t construction jobs. Trump has tapped R. Alexander Acosta — dean of the Florida International University law school — to lead the Labor Department. Acos …"

"… or Relations Board and a former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida. The previous nominee, fast-food executive Andrew Puzder, withdrew amid ou …"

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"… am Agribusiness mogul Bruce Rastetter of Iowa Sugar baron Jose Fanjul of Florida Dallas banker Andy Beal Coal magnate Joseph W. Craft III Financier Lewi …"

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"… d for ABC News and MSNBC, and began her career in local television news in Florida. Her work has been published in the New York Times, The Daily Beast, Detai …"

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"… inked charter schools. California has about a dozen of the schools, as do Florida and Ohio. Arizona, Illinois and Missouri are among the states that have th …"

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"… ez Masto of Nevada. The Senate’s two other Democrats — Bill Nelson of Florida and Debbie Stabenow of Michigan — have never previously co-sponsored ear …"

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"… Ohio; Dallas; Detroit; Kansas City, Mo.; Milwaukee; Las Vegas and Orlando, Florida, for example, said their municipalities generally do not bill presidential …"

"… e job,” said Steve Hegarty, spokesman for the Tampa Police Department in Florida. Another reason for not sending bills: Local officials don’t want to da …"

"… when renting Madison City Stadium.) City Manager Tom Barwin of Sarasota, Florida, says his city also chose not to bill presidential campaigns for police pr …"

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"… ers to pay for the more expensive drugs in Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Florida and West Virginia. Wins in such states will give drugmakers momentum to s …"

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"… k Jamison, head of the Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida, who wrote, “Net neutrality in the U.S. is backfiring.” Trump also me …"

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"… ed. During a Republican primary debate last February, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida seized a moment. He asserted that even though Donald Trump the candidate w …"

"… ented workers and said the company used E-Verify to conduct screening. In Florida, The New York Times reported that nearly 300 U.S. citizens have applied si …"

"… visa programs that undercut the American worker”— exactly how some in Florida reportedly felt about Trump’s recruitment of European guest workers. …"

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"… successful night. The three states that voted on medical pot — Arkansas, Florida and North Dakota — approved the drug. In the Sunshine State, marijuana g …"

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"… sdom for how to win elections. Trump edged Clinton in the swing states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania and snatched Wisconsin, a state exp …"

"… facing a seemingly endless stream of ads from Clinton and her allies. In Florida, the No. 1 target in the ad war of Team Clinton, Clinton and her allies ac …"

"… TD Ameritrade. The two groups together aired more than 9,000 ads, many in Florida. In addition, Trump far outstripped Clinton in free media, with cable cha …"

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"… nce their votes — especially in presidential battleground states such as Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Here's what you need to know abou …"

"… bout 14,000 pro-Trump or anti-Clinton TV ads since mid-June. Battleground: Florida No state endured more presidential TV ads than Florida, the electoral pri …"

"… une. Battleground: Florida No state endured more presidential TV ads than Florida, the electoral prize worth 29 Electoral College votes, which Democrat Bara …"

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"… urchased online advertising targeting voters in the battleground states of Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The Humane Society Legisl …"

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"… ationally, as well as in presidential battleground states such as Arizona, Florida and Nevada. They include clips of Clinton, in 2003, describing herself as …"

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"… pecializes in water-related investments and is a registered Libertarian in Florida. In an interview with the Center for Public Integrity, Deane described hi …"

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"… a/CMAG. Most TV ads have targeted traditional battleground states such as Florida and Ohio. Clinton and her allies have dramatically outgunned Trump in all …"

"… antar Media/CMAG. In North Carolina, that ratio is nearly four-to-one. In Florida and Ohio, Team Clinton has aired more than three times as many TV ads as T …"

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"… ,700 in January to the failed presidential bid of U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida — and another $24,000 to a super PAC that backed him — before donating …"

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"… tracking firm Kantar Media/CMAG. That’s more than any other state except Florida — and amounts to nearly one TV ad every two minutes in Ohio. Said Czin, …"

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"… presidency: 270 Portion of TV ads so far this month in the swing state of Florida — the winner takes 29 electoral votes — that have been sponsored by Cl …"

"… ro-Clinton or anti-Trump TV ad has, on average, aired so far this month in Florida: Every 2 minutes Date on which Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Jo …"

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"… workforce has been cut by nearly a quarter and Michigan's by a fifth. Florida has filed only one Clean Air Act case involving asbestos — a deadly mine …"

"… or’s climate and environmental priorities.” Deep cuts in Pennsylvania, Florida Heads of state agencies are typically nominated by governors, while budge …"

"… ar, the EPA flagged the DEP for inadequate air-enforcement staffing. Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection has faced a slide nearly identi …"

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"… his fall is expected to be Latino. In critical swing states like Colorado, Florida and Nevada, that percentage is likely to be even higher. That’s why Dem …"

"… e super PACs has been concentrated on the battleground states of Colorado, Florida and Nevada. The ads’ sponsors The Latino Victory Fund was formed in May …"

"… spaillat of New York, Joseline Peña-Melnyk of Maryland and Darren Soto of Florida. The Latino Victory Fund entered September with about $173,000 in the ban …"

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