David Rivera caught on tape, but what did he say?

 

Courtesy of the Miami Herald

A friend of former U.S. Rep. David Rivera who’s implicated in a federal corruption investigation made a recording of the Republican last year — and now prosecutors have the evidence, The Miami Herald and

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The Florida Legislature Must Be Stoned

By Florida Clarion Staff Reporter

Saint Petersburg elected Democratic Representative Daryll Rouson has been let go from the powerful and politically connected Morgan & Morgan law firm after he sponsored a bill to ban smoking devices in Florida while his …

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Bong Bill Advocates Must Be High

Florida Legislature Is Weeding Through The Weed Bills

By Florida Clarion Staff Reporter

As the Florida Legislature is finalizing the passage of a new law that would make it illegal for any retail store to sell bongs, smoking pipes or …

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Yes We Cannabis: The Legalization Movement Plots Its Next 4 Years

In November, two states decisively legalized marijuana. Campaigners think the U.S. is ready to follow them, and they’re planning how to change laws in the rest of the country.

Last November, with voters in Colorado and Washington state leading the

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Edwards Appeals To Speaker On Medicinal Pot

State Representative Katie Edwards (D- Broward) today said she politely told Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford that the only way to prevent medicinal marijuana from being on the 2014 Florida ballot was for the legislature to enact some medicinal marijuana …

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Marijuana On The 2014 Florida Ballot

MARIJUANA ON THE 2014 FLORIDA BALLOT
7-IN-10 SAY YES IN NEW POLL

By Marc Caputo – mcaputo@MiamiHerald.com

As many as seven in 10 Florida voters support a state constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana — more than enough to ensure passage

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The Political Rise And Fall Of U.S. Rep. David Rivera

The political rise and fall of U.S. Rep. David Rivera

Outgoing U.S. Rep. David Rivera, R-Miami, lived and breathed politics, but his penchant for playing the political game proved to be his ultimate downfall.

By Marc Caputo and Scott Hiaasen…

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Clout Diminished, Tea Party Turns to Narrower Issues

Clout Diminished, Tea Party Turns to Narrower Issues

By Tripp Gabriel

The Tea Party might not be over, but it is increasingly clear that the election last month significantly weakened the once-surging movement, which nearly captured control of the Republican

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City Preservation Board Rejects Bid To Register Miami Herald as Historic

On Monday, December 10th, the Miami City Preservation Board overwhelmingly voted to reject the application of the Dade Heritage Trust to register the Miami Herald building as a historic structure, and thereby preserving the property rights of the owner who …

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Why The Miami Herald Building Doesn’t Merit Preservation

By Maurice Ferre

“The Miami Herald building, a major eyesore, brutalist wall of a building, blocking all bay views from the Arsht Performing Arts Center and from Biscayne Boulevard, should not be designated a Historic Structure by the City of …

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