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Nearly half a million enroll in ObamaCare

Nearly half a million Americans chose plans on HealthCare.gov during the first week of open enrollment for 2015, a sign the federal health care site has improved since its rocky rollout last year.

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Miami-Dade commission elects first Haitian-American chairman

History was made Monday in Miami-Dade County as commissioners elected the county's first Haitian-American chairman.

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Report: Leaked emails show GOP redistricting plans

Hundreds of pages of emails show a handful of Republican political consultants' efforts to influence Florida's redistricting process, according to report published Sunday from the Scripps-Tribune Capital Bureau.

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South Floridians react to Obama's immigration speech

South Floridians, leaders and groups react to President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.

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Milberg's Musings: Protect more, fear less

By the numbers, relatively few people will struggle with issues of gender identity. Safe to say, many more will struggle to understand what that's all about, and/or witness the harassment or discrimination that many transgendered people describe.

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Scott sets special election to replace re-elected senator

Less than a week after winning re-election, former state Sen. John Thrasher, R-St. Augustine, has resigned to become the new president of Florida State University, leaving a vacancy in the Senate.

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Haitian-American woman makes political history

Ludmya "Mia" Love is Haitian-American and Tuesday night she became the first Republican black woman in Congress.

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Pam Bondi re-elected as Florida attorney general

Pam Bondi wins a second term as Florida's attorney general.

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Chip LaMarca re-elected District 4 Broward County...

The race for Broward County Commission District 4 has been a contentious battle between Republican incumbent Chip LaMarca and Democratic challenger Ken Keechl, but 53 percent of voters have chosen to keep LaMarca as commissioner.

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Voters approve $800 million in bonds for Broward public...

Voters approve $800 million in bonds for Broward County Public Schools to invest in the district.

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