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"… irman of ADM, Dwayne Andreas, sold an oceanfront condominium right here in Florida to the Doles for $100,000 under the market price, and the first payment on …"

"… es are appalling. A few years ago, The Tampa Tribune did a story about the Florida state legislatures conflicts of interest. For instance, there was proposed …"

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"… states have spent considerable amounts on tobacco prevention, California, Florida and Massachusetts among them, others are falling far short.Kentucky leads …"

"… torneys general had another ally the state legislatures. In such states as Florida and Maryland, common-law rules were changed to thwart tobacco companies de …"

"… co industry, and settlement talks began.First to settleMississippi, Texas, Florida and Minnesota settled first, for roughly $40 billion. The industry agreed …"

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"… enses of the swarms of lawyers and other observers who have descended upon Florida, New Mexico and other states in recount efforts. But those committees will …"

"… has transferred existing campaign space and staff in Washington, D.C., and Florida to the recount effort, and both camps have enlisted several high-profile l …"

"… law firm Patton Boggs; Roberto Martinez, a former U.S. attorney for South Florida; and Barry Richard, a Tallahassee partner of Greenberg Traurig.The Bush-Ch …"

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"… enate races, five triumphant candidates spent less than their opponents.In Florida, Delaware, Michigan, Missouri and New York, the losers collectively raised …"

"… t groups and political party expenditures brought the full spending in the Florida race to more than $20 million. Local newspapers reported that the death bl …"

"… aham’s campaign raised $10.7 million to Stabenow’s $7.1 million. As in Florida, the Michigan race was inundated with spending by political parties and in …"

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"… 14 chapters in California, Ohio, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, Texas and Missouri.Many recognizable names of the Republican leadership, …"

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"… y; $1 million, 36 percent to Democrats), Edison Electric Institute, Enron, Florida Power ($60,750, 48 percent to Democrats), International Paper ($631,750, 2 …"

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"… osing an Army Corps of Engineers plan to restore thousands of acres of the Florida Everglades, it received $700,000 in contributions from Florida’s three b …"

"… cres of the Florida Everglades, it received $700,000 in contributions from Florida’s three biggest sugar enterprises, which stood to lose lands on which th …"

"… l its efforts on issues of direct interest to them, from global warming to Florida tort reform. Along with those earmarked contributions, from companies such …"

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"… f-interest rules so they could pass electricity deregulation legislation.A Florida lawmaker whose brother is a commercial real-estate developer proposed legi …"

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"… d its strategy, changing its targets, and took him off the list.Keller, of Florida, told the Center he was “just thrilled to have pro-business people backi …"

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"… Department is trying to extradite from the Philippines; Howard Glicken, a Florida real-estate developer with two Jaguars bearing license plates “Gore …"

"… paign Act: first, that he solicited the $20,000 from Thomas Kramer, a rich Florida developer who happens to be a German citizen; second, that he then advised …"

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"… . Although lawmakers in all of these states (Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, an …"

"… was appointed to the Select Committee on Electric Utility Deregulation.In Florida, then-State Senator Alberto Gutman, while serving as vice-chairman of the …"

"… 75Massachusetts1875Maryland2071Delaware2170Kentucky2170Ohio2366Kansas2464.5Florida2564New Mexico2661.5Nevada2756.5Mississippi2855.5Indiana2954.5New Jersey305 …"

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