Lloyd Dunkelberger
A new scripted TV series is a thinly veiled Florida vacation marketing tool.

Lloyd DunkelbergerDecember 26, 2018
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A bank representing bondholders filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking to force the state Department of Transportation to raise tolls on Northwest Florida’s Garcon Point Bridge to pay off construction bonds that are in default. The 3.5-mile toll bridge, which spans a portion of eastern Pensacola Bay, has had a troubled financial history since it opened […]

Lloyd DunkelbergerSeptember 30, 2018
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While the nation was fixated on the drama surrounding Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Floridians were reminded this week that they have their own Supreme Court controversy in triplicate. Gov. Rick Scott reasserted his claim in court that he has the power, before he leaves office in January, to appoint replacements for […]

Lloyd DunkelbergerAugust 24, 2018
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8min53
Voters should not be given a chance to decide the fate of a proposed constitutional amendment expanding rights for crime victims because the ballot language is misleading, lawyers opposing the measure told a Tallahassee judge Friday. Leon County Circuit Judge Karen Gievers heard arguments on whether Amendment 6, approved by the Constitution Commission Revision, should […]

Lloyd DunkelbergerAugust 5, 2018
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Florida “medallion scholars” will be among the biggest beneficiaries this academic year of the state’s efforts to expand financial aid for university and state college students. As students enroll for their fall classes this month, the projected 46,000 medallion scholars will have their Bright Futures scholarships increased to cover 75 percent of tuition and fees, […]

Lloyd DunkelbergerJune 15, 2018
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5min39
A new report shows Florida is outperforming the nation when it comes to awarding college degrees to Latino residents but lags when it comes to blacks receiving postsecondary degrees. The Education Trust, a nonprofit group that advocates for closing the education gap for minority groups, gave Florida an “A-plus” for its 34.2 percent college-degree attainment […]


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