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Pam Bondi

Bondi won election as Florida Attorney General in the 2010 election. The prosecutor won former vice presidential candidate and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsement and Bondi has made several guest appearances on Fox News leading up to her run for AG. She defeated Democrat Dan Gelber to win the seat and become the state's first female to hold the office.
Bondi won election as Florida Attorney General in the 2010 election. The prosecutor won former vice presidential candidate and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsement and Bondi has made several guest appearances on Fox News leading up to her run for AG. She defeated Democrat Dan Gelber to win the seat and become the state's first female to hold the office. « Show less

Top Pam Bondi Articles

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  • Bondi doubles down on losing same-sex marriage bet

    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi must prefer what she considers a winning political case with social conservatives to a losing legal case with judges. Nothing else explains her appeal of court decisions in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties that struck down...
  • Broward judge latest to strike down gay marriage ban

    Broward judge latest to strike down gay marriage ban
    Broward Circuit Court Judge Dale Cohen on Monday became the third judge in less than a month to strike down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. But just as in the previous two cases, actual marriages between gay and lesbian couples will have to wait....
  • New day care law would cut TV, computer time

    New day care law would cut TV, computer time
    In an effort to train toddlers to value outdoor play over TV time, and skim milk over chocolate, Broward County is poised to pass a sweeping new child-care law. Day care operators will be forced to pull the plug on electronic media and offer healthier...
  • Florida attorney general enlists help of doctors in human-trafficking battle

    Florida attorney general enlists help of doctors in human-trafficking battle
    She was just a child of 13. A prostitute. And an apparent victim of human trafficking. Last September in Boynton Beach, the girl told investigators how she fell into a relationship with a 27-year-old man and was lured into a life of prostitution....
  • For rights group, gay marriage only the beginning

    For rights group, gay marriage only the beginning
    They've won the first two battles to make gay marriage legal in Florida. Now the state's largest LGBT civil rights organization has its next target in sight — a bill banning workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. "Being able to get...
  • End of Florida ban won't end whining

    Now that Florida is on the verge of actually doing something sensible and just, the hysterical griping will be getting louder. Much louder. It's against the Bible, we will be hearing. Sorry, I give no credence to people who use religion as an excuse to...
  • Chutzpah always just around the corner

    One of the best definitions of chutzpah that I can find comes from our friends at Wikipedia. There, chutzpah is defined as "the quality of audacity, for good or bad." It adds, in Wikipedia's never-ending search for the truth, that the word comes from the...
  • En Florida: Continúa la batalla por la igualdad nupcial

    En Florida: Continúa la batalla por la igualdad nupcial
    Cuando el juez de circuito de Key West, Luis García, anuló la semana pasada la prohibición aprobada por voto popular para uniones de personas del mismo sexo, comenzó un tortuoso camino legal hacia la igualdad nupcial para homosexuales y lesbianas. Y eso...
  • Pursuit of same-sex marriage promises to be a bumpy one

    Americans love our democracy; we want to spread it across the world. We believe in the will of the people. We love our three branches of government, and we are practically giddy electing our peers to represent our districts and our states. And every...
  • Tuesday: Will medical marijuana pave the way for recreational use?

    Tuesday: Will medical marijuana pave the way for recreational use?
           A new poll shows Floridians are overwhelmingly in favor of legalizing marijuana for medical use. No surprise there. But what is the next step? Will this open the way for legalizing marijuana for recreational use? Let’s hope so....
  • Susan Glickman:Energy efficiency cuts carbon pollution and consumers' costs

    The Florida Energy Office, led by Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, weighed in on conservation goals for big utilities at the Florida Public Service Commission. Utilities are regulated by the PSC, which takes its marching orders from state leaders....
  • Officials: Seminole County woman charged with Medicaid fraud

    Officials: Seminole County woman charged with Medicaid fraud
    A Seminole County woman was arrested for Medicaid fraud Thursday after state investigators accused her of billing the program for thousands of dollars. Teryl Atkins was employed by A&S Quality Care when "she allegedly billed the Medicaid program for...