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By Ray Seaman - January 9, 2014

Progress Florida Education Institute's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 1-9-14
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By Jon Bleyer - December 19, 2013

Progress Florida Education Institute's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 12-20-13
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By Jon Bleyer - December 13, 2013

Progress Florida Education Center's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 12-13-13
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By Jon Bleyer - December 5, 2013
Progress Florida Education Center's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 12-6-13 Best of the Blogs is featured weekly as part of Progress Florida Education Center's popular free Daily Clips service.
By Ray Seaman - November 26, 2013
"Rick Scott’s crusade to make it harder to vote rolls on. The Scott administration's latest announcement that Florida will place new restrictions on absentee voting is part of a trend to make voting harder for Floridians."
By Jon Bleyer - November 21, 2013

Progress Florida Education Institute's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 11-21-13
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By Jon Bleyer - November 14, 2013

Progress Florida Education Institute's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 11-15-13
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By Ray Seaman - November 13, 2013

Progress Florida and the Center For Media and Democracy (CMD) released a report this morning exposing the ties between Florida conservative think tanks and the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

By Ray Seaman - November 13, 2013

TALLAHASSEE – This morning, Progress Florida and the Center for Media and Democracy released a new report detailing how the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) uses supposedly ‘independent’ front groups to advocate for public policies designed to benefit ALEC’s corporate funders which compliant lawmakers then push into law.

By Ray Seaman - November 8, 2013
State Representative Eric Fresen (R-Miami) has thumbed his nose at Florida's ethics laws and is now trying to avoid punishment for his actions. It's critical that the Florida Commission on Ethics not let Fresen off the hook.

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