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April 18, 2016

Corrine Brown loses challenge to congressional redistricting

A panel of federal judges Monday shot down U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown‘s challenge of Florida’s congressional redistricting. In a 26-page order, the three judges said Brown had “not proven (her) case and that defendants are entitled to judgment in their favor.” The defendants include the League of Women Voters of Florida, Common Cause and others who last year forced a […]

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New Farrier Organization Seeks To Address Continuing Education In Profession

In 2011, a group of farriers saw the need for a trade organization that focused on education rather than certification. The result was the American Association of Professional Farriers, which welcomes farriers from all equine disciplines. Since its inception, 800 farriers have joined the AAPF. In forming the new organization, the founders met with David […]

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Charles Town Classic Expected To Draw Field Of Nine, Featuring Donworth

This Saturday's Grade 2, $1.25 million Charles Town Classic is expected to draw a field of nine, according to drf.com. The field for the three-turn, 1 1/8 mile race will likely be headlined by Doug O'Neill's talented but lightly-raced Donworth, exiting a troubled trip in the Santa Anita Handicap where he finished seventh. Also expected […]

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Better Florida Alliance releases U.S. Senate taxpayer report cards

The reports cards are out, and some U.S. Senate candidates performed better than others on Better Florida Alliance’s Taxpayer Report Cards. Better Florida Alliance, a network of pro-growth Floridians, released its Taxpayer Report Cards on Monday. The group, according to its website, considered information from several sources, including voting records, public statements and a candidate’s […]

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Illinois Horsemen File Lawsuit Against Arlington Park, Breeders’ Group, Racing Board

The following statement was issued Monday by the Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association after it filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court alleging tortious interference, coercion, defamation, and First and Fourteenth Amendment rights violations against Arlington Park, Illinois racing officials and the Illinois owners and breeders' organization.  The Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association, Inc. (ITHA) on Monday […]

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Jason Brodeur set to raise funds in Winter Gardens, Tallahassee in late April

Republican Rep. Jason Brodeur will hold two fundraisers next week for his HD 28 reelection campaign, one in Winter Springs and the other in Tallahassee. The Winter Gardens event is scheduled for 5:30 pm April 27 at the Red Cypress Brewery in the Senor Tequila’s Plaza, and will include entertainment from Dan Taylor. The Tallahassee edition is set for […]

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Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders make final pushes ahead of New York primary

Hillary Clinton greeted recently-unionized workers at a Queens car wash during her final day of campaigning ahead of the New York primary. Clinton cited the workers as evidence of how “real change happens.” “It didn’t happen overnight,” she told a small crowd at the Hi-Tek Wash & Lube. “You work at it every day.” The […]

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Go Maggie Go, Mokat Late Nominees To Kentucky Oaks

The roster of 3-year-old fillies eligible to compete in the 142nd running of the $1 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (Grade I) at Churchill Downs Racetrack has grown to 114 with the addition of  Mike Tarp's Go Maggie Go, the unbeaten winner of the Gulfstream Park Oaks (GII), and J K Racing Stable's Mokat, the California-based […]

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