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Chris Smith (New Jersey Politician)

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  • Early voting events

    The Rev. Al Sharpton, the MSNBC commentator, is scheduled to appear Saturday at rallies in communities with large black populations: Noon at the Lauderhill Mall, where there’s an early voting site, and 2 p.m. at the E. Pat Larkins Community Center,...
  • Senate president says no Stand Your Ground changes, but maybe yes to Sobel school security tax

    Senate president says no Stand Your Ground changes, but maybe yes to Sobel school security tax
    A year after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, proposals to change the controversial Stand Your Ground law are dead in the state Legislature. “Repeal of Stand Your Ground or major modifications of Stand Your Ground I don’t think get past...
  • ODU football recruiting focuses on numbers, defense

    In its first venture into Football Bowl Subdivision recruiting, Old Dominion sought quantity, quality and depth at every position. The Monarchs aimed high, lost more battles than they won, but still helped themselves in the transition to the next level....
  • Jim Calhoun Timeline: The Career Of A Hall Of Fame Coach

    Born: May 10, 1942 in Braintree, Mass. Family: Wife Pat, sons James and Jeffrey, six grandchildren Education: American International College (1968); Braintree High School (1960) Head Coaching Career: Old Lyme (CT) High School – 1968-69 Westport...
  • Roe vs. Wade: 38 years after the legal decision, the social argument rages

     
    Roe v Wade, Roe vs Wade, 38 years after, pro-choice and pro-life sides still argue....
  • Wednesday Morning Reads: Elections, task forces and schools

     
    TALLAHASSEE– Good morning and welcome to the Wednesday edition of the morning reads. Here are the top five stories we're reading this morning. * Buddy Dyer won a third term as mayor of Orlando last night, the Orlando Sentinel reports. * The Sun-...
  • Women's rights: Let's abort the bills proposed by Christopher H. Smith, Joe Pitts and Mike Pence

     
    I was riveted by Hanna Rosin's July/August cover story for the Atlantic Monthly, "The End of Men," about how women came to outpace men in a post-Industrial America. I read it twice, and forced everyone I know to read it......
  • Congress versus Planned Parenthood: Game on?

     
    To tweak a line of President Ronald Reagan's, "There they go again." The Republican-controlled House of Representatives has voted to eliminate $317 million in federal funding for Planned Parenthood, not a nickel of which can or is spent on abortions,........
  • Senate majority bashes Scott’s high-speed rail scuttling

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A majority of the Florida Senate sent a letter to U.S. Secretary Ray LaHood Thursday,┬áblasting Gov. Rick Scott's decision to scuttle the state's $2.7 billion high speed rail plan and pleading for more time. “This project would...
  • 2010 Census shows many political winners and losers

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida's political maps have outgrown their usefulness from Central Florida through the Treasure Coast and Republican hotbed of Fort Myers, according to just-released U.S. Census data. Congressional, state House and Senate districts...
  • Pro Football: Was that the last Super Bowl?

     
    And you thought the Wisconsin labor union battle was tough. Wait until there's no Super Bowl -- uh, make that Super Bowl XLVI -- next year. Somewhat lost in this hectic news week has been the breakdown in talks over......
  • Abortion. Again. Still. Always?

     
    Curious, isn't it? Conservatives in the "tea party" and beyond are ardently committed to undoing the healthcare law that passed Congress and was signed into law by President Obama about a year ago. Watch out, they warn! It comes between......