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-Keep religion where it belongs
ISSUE: City Commission revives clergy-led prayers.
Deerfield Beach government has been involved in plenty of divisive battlesin recent years, and what is going on now only adds to city hall's dubiouslore.,0,2383955.story

Miami Herald
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-Solve hate crimes
The recent spate of hate crimes against Jewish interests in Florida is ofvital importance to the entire community. Ascribing the desecration andburning of temples and Torah scrolls to kids' vandalism or pranks flies inthe face of Holocaust history and the six million innocents murdered by theNazis.

-Cutting Tri-Rail funding shortsighted
This makes no sense, no sense at all. The increasingly successful Tri-Railcommuter service is on the verge of being sidetracked for lack of adedicated funding (blame the Legislature) and a threat by Palm Beach Countyto cut its train appropriation by almost half next year.

Steve Rothaus
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-SAVE congratulates Carlos J. Martinez, elected Miami-Dade County's 'firstopenly gay' public defender

From South Florida Social Circle

-Memorial Day Weekend "Tea Cruise!" Sunday, May 25th.
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-Joe Posa Poses" Dinner Show at Lips! One night only!
Tuesday, May 20, 2008. (5:30 Happy Hour) 6:00 Dinner. 7:15 Show.
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Palm Beach Post
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-Attorney: Okeechobee High gay club was too late
The principal at Okeechobee High School barred a student from reviving aGay-Straight Alliance last month because it was too late in the school year,not because of the nature of the club, according to an attorney for theOkeechobee County School District.

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-Sex Ed for Palm Beach Preteens
Beginning in May, middle schools in Florida's Palm Beach County will provide comprehensive sex education for their sixth-grade students, includinglessons on sexually transmitted infections (STIs), pregnancy andcontraceptives, the Palm Beach Post reports In addition to lessons onabstinence, students will learn how to protect themselves from STIs andunwanted pregnancies if they choose to have sex. Starting this month,sixth-grade students will learn about condoms and other forms ofcontraceptives while seventh graders discuss different types of STDs,including HIV. By eighth grade, students must be able to identifycontraceptives and how they work, as well as identify STI symptoms and modesof transmission.

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Fort Report
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-Our position: Lawmakers blew their chance to make a difference in a tightbudget year
The truest test of leadership is how government responds in tough times.,0,1976320.story

-Some angry South Florida leaders want to create a separate state
North Lauderdale's City Commission, angry at the Legislature, asks citiesand counties to join the effort.,0,2428225.story

-Reservoir larger than Manhattan planned to help Everglades
Around South Florida's vast sugar cane fields, where turtles grow to thesize of basketballs and alligators own the marsh, the silence of the swampis broken by the sound of rumbling trucks and explosions.

-Democrats move boldly in South Florida
In a packed social center in the heart of South Florida's most Republicancity, elderly Cuban-American voters warmly greet a congressional candidate.

-Palm Beach County commissioners blast the 2008 legislative session
State legislators who authorized deep cuts in school funding, health care,juvenile justice services and transportation programs drew a sharp rebuketoday from Palm Beach County commissioners who blasted the 2008 lawmakingsession as "brutally bad" and "a horrible job.",0,222309.story


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