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Corey picks up two endorsements, makes campaign staff changes in 4th Circuit race

TALLAHASSEE – Even after eight years as a state’s attorney, Jacksonville native Angela Corey sees a job that’s still not finished. 

Group vows to fight relocation of Glazier-Gates Park

BRADENTON – The court battle over a controversial plan to move a neighborhood park in Bradenton to allow construction of a 521-unit apartment complex has not ended, despite a judge’s order that the members of Stone Soup Community Unity Inc. do not have standing to contest the situation. 

No Casinos sees constitutional questions arise in gambling expansion efforts

ORLANDO – Voters in Florida have voted down attempts to bring casino-style gambling to the state multiple times: in 1976, 1988 and 1994.

First District Court of Appeal upholds attorney general's dismissal of whistle-blower case

TALLAHASSEE – Attorney General Pam Bondi scored a win recently from the 1st District Court of Appeal of Florida when the appellate judges ruled that she did have authority to dismiss a 2009 whistle-blower lawsuit, despite a decision not to intervene formally in the case.