Declassified, but not public. Miami judge asked to release key 9/11 name

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org An attorney for Florida Bulldog filed court papers this week asking a Miami federal judge to

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LNG ‘bomb trains’ ignite nightmare scenario for South Florida

By Ann Henson Feltgen FloridaBulldog.org “If I lived in South Florida near the Florida East Coast Railway corridor, I would

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Justice Dept. won’t cite state secrets to hide identity of person who ‘tasked’ Saudis to aid 9/11 hijackers

By Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog.org In a stunning twist in the search for answers about 9/11, the Justice Department announced Thursday

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Long hidden 9/11 Commission interview with Saudi Prince Bandar released; Intel chief Prince Turki’s withheld

By Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan FloridaBulldog.org “In Saudi Arabia they chose not to see these radical fundamentalists….We allow them

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Star Safety Ratings, long helpful to car buyers, now languish in the breakdown lane

ByEric Kulisch FairWarning Grade inflation in school makes it difficult to distinguish who is actually achieving in the classroom. The

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NRA’s Marion Hammer got illegal loans from nonprofit she runs, Unified Sportsmen of Florida

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer has obtained several apparently illegal loans over the years from Unified Sportsmen

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U.S. Attorney General to decide whether a key name in 9/11 case is a ‘state secret’

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org U.S. Attorney General William Barr has until Friday to decide whether to take the unusual step

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Florida’s ‘cash register justice’ leaves many felons still ineligible to vote despite passage of Amendment 4

By Claire Goforth Ten years ago, Rosemary McCoy never would have imagined that today she’d be in a Jacksonville library,

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U.S. judge orders release of FBI records in Sarasota probe that may tie Saudi royals to 9/11 hijackers

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org A federal judge has ruled the FBI unlawfully withheld from the Florida Bulldog key sections of

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Despite state public records law, Miami City Attorney withholds records about Ultra, other controversial deals

By Francisco Alvarado FloridaBulldog.org Miami City Attorney Victoria Mendez fired off a quick email May 31 to her office’s paralegal

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Amid misconduct inquiry, NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer says she’s not a lobbyist

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org When is a registered lobbyist not a lobbyist? If powerful NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer gets her

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Broward auditors looked, but found nothing wrong before the Port Everglades P-Card scandal broke

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org Two years before the Port Everglades P-Card spending scandal blew up, the Broward County Auditor’s Office

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First guilty pleas in Port Everglades’ ongoing spending scandal

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org The first two guilty pleas in the continuing probe into out-of-control P-Card spending by Port Everglades

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Broward animal shelter boss ousts volunteers alleging mistreatment

By Francisco Alvarado FloridaBulldog.org Lauralei Combs, the $121,540-a-year director of Broward County’s animal shelter, has terminated three longtime volunteers who

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The Waste Management story: Big money political donations and regulators who sit on their hands

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org Eight months ago a Broward judge determined that it is more likely than not that Waste

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FP&L switch to energy-saving LED bulbs for Miami-Dade streetlights halted amid resident safety concerns

By Francisco Alvarado FloridaBulldog.org Miami-Dade elected officials have temporarily disconnected Florida Power & Light from switching sodium-based bulbs to LED

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Sweetheart deal for Ave LLC in the works at Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport; Vote set for Wednesday

By Francisco Alvarado FloridaBulldog.org A local developer who owes Miami-Dade County $1.8 million in rent and accused county elected officials

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LNG ‘freedom molecules’ coming soon to railroad tracks around the country

By Ann Henson Feltgen FloridaBulldog.org President Donald Trump plans to open up the transportation of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) around

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Appeal court denies Waste Management’s bid to hide antitrust records

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org The public may soon get fresh insight into why federal and state antitrust authorities allowed Waste

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Waste Management uses lack of media coverage to argue its internal records should be kept secret

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org Last month, Broward Chief Judge Jack Tuter ruled that Waste Management’s internal records about antitrust investigations

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When it comes to holding NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer accountable, Florida Senate ignores own rules

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org The Florida Senate is ignoring its own rules for how to conduct an investigation into whether

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Will it be back to the future to solve Broward’s trash and recycling crisis?

By Dan Christensen FloridaBulldog.org Faced with a monopolistic trash disposal system and the decline of recycling, Broward County is about

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Fort Lauderdale DDA’s decline: from nurturing the rise of the city’s center to installing a mural on a city parking garage

By Noreen Marcus FloridaBulldog.org A bill to prolong Fort Lauderdale’s downtown taxing district for 20 years beyond its 2030 expiration

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