Two trainers in India, Pesi Shroff and Mansingh Jadhav, have been handed 90 day suspensions following an overage of O-Desmethyl venlafaxine, an anti-depressant drug. While its ability to have any performance-altering affect is questionable, it is listed as a class … Continue reading →
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Despite a handful of high-profile defections, most Republican presidential candidates are still demanding changes to the GOP’s coming debates. That’s not to say they are speaking with one voice. The White House hopefuls have distinct, sometimes contradictory, strategies to score political points from the uproar. Some, like Ted Cruz, are going after debate hosts to […]
Jeb Bush sought to revive a sagging campaign for president in New Hampshire on Tuesday, committing anew to a state with deep ties to his family. He’ll start from a position of weakness that some family loyalists say is of his own making. Eager to distinguish himself from his family legacy at the outset of […]
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The Florida House of Representatives Tuesday passed its version of a redrawn state Senate district map, sending it back to the Senate for a likely conference process. The map was passed 73-47, with all Democrats in opposition and some Republicans joining them, including state Reps. Matt Gaetz, Chris Latvala and Ray Pilon. A long line […]
Either the Texas Horse Racing Commission withdraws its approval of instant racing machines, or it loses its funding from the legislature and the Texas racing industry ceases to exist. The standoff has gone on for just over a year, and … Continue reading →
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The Florida Department of Law Enforcement says nearly 11,000 rape kits have not been submitted for analysis. In a spreadsheet released on its website Tuesday, the FDLE tallied 10,900 kits that have not been tested. The data came from 262 law enforcement agencies around the state. Seven law enforcement agencies did not report data. The […]
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Florida Democratic Senate candidate Alan Grayson has sent out a mass e-mail to supporters, asking them to sign a petition denouncing GOP Senate candidate David Jolly for proposing to dismantle the Department of Veteran Affairs. “Say you won’t let him dishonor our veterans like this by adding your name to our petition right now,” the statement […]
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