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"… he also comforted families who lost soldiers in the war. But back home in Florida, de Leon found no comfort with therapists at the West Palm Beach VA. They …"

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"… rs also show that students in five states — California, Texas, Virginia, Florida and New York — have been granted the most GI Bill funds since August 200 …"

"… 7.8 billion, according to a News21 review. California, Texas, New York and Florida are the top four states with the most for the number of schools collecting …"

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"… as an Army medic in Bamberg, Germany, from 2007 to 2009. Once back home in Florida, she said she found no comfort with therapists at the West Palm Beach VA a …"

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"… an oath when they’re sworn into office. Because they aren’t, folks in Florida are facing having to pay far more for health insurance over the next two y …"

"… And health insurance executives will be laughing all the way to the bank. Florida state lawmakers, in their ongoing efforts to block the implementation of O …"

"… t bad enough, insurers will actually be required by law to mislead their Florida customers about why they’re hiking their premiums. Republicans, who con …"

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"… , R-Mass., known as the America 360 Committee. Another $100,000 went to a Florida-based organization called Freedom PAC, which spent money on behalf of then …"

"… ou get a government subsidy or a government-enforced contract,” he said. Florida-based empire Oxbow Carbon LLC, which is described in government records a …"

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"… ne of the CNN story was a startling graphic showing the states of Ohio and Florida with the numbers 41 percent and 35 percent right below them, lea …"

"… genuous in the way they calculated their “Obamacare” figures. Ohio and Florida and many other states permit insurers to sell policies today that are so i …"

"… mi Herald noted in a story about the projected rates announced recently by Florida’s Office of Insurance Regulation, the source for the CNN graphic, “The …"

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"… ers,” said state Sen. David Simmons, who sponsored the navigator bill in Florida, “because they have the ability to significantly impact the lives of con …"

"… nity groups to be navigators,” said Laura Goodhue, executive director of Florida Chain, a statewide consumer health advocacy group that applied for a navig …"

"… sed navigator laws since 2012, with most coming this year, including Ohio, Florida, Missouri, Texas, Indiana and Wisconsin. (Illinois’ Gov. Pat Quinn has y …"

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"… ow. Its sole campaign donation last year was $2,500 that it gave to former Florida Republican congressman Allen West, an Army veteran and tea party favorite …"

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"… o the analysis. …"

"… ates long before this month’s jury acquittal of George Zimmerman — the Florida man who shot unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin dead in 2012 after calling …"

"… tors took their anger to Gov. Rick Scott and began camping in front of the Florida governor’s office. The protestors, mostly from the group “Dream Defend …"

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"… to me by a consumer advocate whose father-in-law owns a small business in Florida: “Thank you for choosing to renew with AvMed Health Plans. As your trus …"

"… m to commit to renewing their plan before he can explore his option’s in Florida’s marketplace by forcing him to decide in the next few weeks.” She’ …"

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"… n outside spending from political groups based in California, New York and Florida. Organizations in Illinois, meanwhile, spent precisely zero dollars to ad …"

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"… cades old, and, critics say, dangerously dated. Farmworker advocates from Florida to California were in Washington Monday and Tuesday to press the EPA and m …"

"… Environmental Health Project Coordinator for the Farmworker Association of Florida. Recently, Economos said, an undocumented worker — a woman about 30 yea …"

"… d, an undocumented worker — a woman about 30 years old and employed by a Florida plant nursery — came to complain about verbal abuse by her boss. As they …"

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"… which was founded in 2004, says it will spend $6 million to air the ads in Florida, Virginia, Minnesota, Nevada, Iowa, Colorado and New Mexico, in addition t …"

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"… osé Gabilondo, the Cuban-born director of the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University, said Tampa city leaders hope to exploit Miami’ …"

"… ance to trade with Cuba. “Ironically Miami may be the only major city in Florida that’s not actively preparing for more engagement with Cuba,” Gabilond …"

"… peak only of the embargo, Tampa prepares to exploit longstanding ties with Florida’s communist neighbor. Tampa’s Cuban Courtship Patrick Manteiga pause …"

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"… the port in Jacksonville, already a major hub for imported vehicles.  …"

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"… rthern Virginia, hauled in $14,000 from eight non-Missouri residents and a Florida-based contracting company through June of this year. The group had spent …"

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"… 011. (Editor’s note: The MacArthur Foundation is a funder of the JJIE.) Florida: Through its $15 million per year Redirection Program, Florida divert …"

"… JIE.) Florida: Through its $15 million per year Redirection Program, Florida diverts more than 1,000 youth every year into evidence-based at-home famil …"

"… dicated or incarcerated for subsequent offenses, and the program has saved Florida taxpayers an estimated $170 million since 2004 through lower treatment/con …"

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"… ly trying to incentivize individual giving, which is more transparent.” Florida and Maryland lawmakers also sought to bring more transparency to their sta …"

"… al contribution limits as a tool to forge bipartisan compromise. The bill Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott signed into law May 1 increased caps on individ …"

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"… tives are not yet clear. The group lists its treasurer as Nancy Watkins, a Florida-based Republican accountant who did not immediately respond to requests fo …"

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