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Did Polygamous Sect Have a Right to Share Food Stamps?Attorneys are sparring about whether a jury should be allowed to consider if members of a polygamous sect accused of orchestrating a multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme had a constitutional right to give the food to a communal storehouse as part of their religious beli
Expert: Pot is $4.5 Billion Industry in United StatesRetails sales of marijuana in the United States are expected to be $4.5 billion this year, but constant changes in state regulations are creating hurdles for business people trying to make money off pot.
After Several Tries Florida Finally gets New Insurance ChiefAfter a contentious and bumpy process that saw Florida's top Republican officials deadlock several times, the state has a new insurance commissioner just weeks before the start of hurricane season.
Florida's Unemployment Rate Dips Below 5 PercentFlorida's unemployment rate is below 5 percent for the first time in eight years.
Duke Energy Signs Deal To Turn Pig Poop Into...Duke Energy Corp. said Monday it is expanding its renewable energy from livestock waste, adding poop power to investments the country's largest electric company has made in whirring wind turbines and acres of solar arrays.
A Little Bird Told Me: Americans Pony Up $60 Billion on PetsAmericans spent just over $60 billion on their pets last year, a record fueled by a big jump in what owners shelled out for services like grooming, boarding and training.
Self-Driving Cars Are ComingI was hoping to live well in to my eighties, mostly because I want to be a burden on my daughter and partially because I believe if I live long enough, I'll get to be one of those talking heads in a jar like on Futurama.
$6 Billion Expansion, Renovation for Busy Atlanta AirportOfficials in Atlanta are laying the groundwork for an expansion of the world's busiest airport.
Lawmakers Pass Bill to Stop Gas Pump Credit Card SkimmersGas stations will have to install security devices on pumps to make sure illegal credit card skimmers aren't placed in them under a bill now going to Gov. Rick Scott.
Swallowing Hard, Trump Rivals Vow To Back Him If NominatedThe Republican establishment and its last best hopes to defeat Donald Trump spent a long and extraordinary day denouncing the billionaire businessman as dangerous, a "phony" and a "con man" unfit for office. Then, when it was all over, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and John Kasich swallowed hard and said they'd support Trump if he wins the GOP nomination.
2 Florida Cities Among Leaders in Home 'Flipping'Two Florida metro areas were among the leaders last year in house flipping.
Obama in Florida will Tout Benefits of Economic StimulusPresident Barack Obama is heading to Florida to tout the benefits of the massive economic stimulus bill he signed shortly after taking office seven years ago.

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