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Sam Brownback Defends Rick Perry's Immigration Efforts

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, who has already endorsed Texas Gov. Rick Perry as the GOP nominee for president, defends Perry's immigration reform efforts after the GOP P5 debate Thursday in Orlando.

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Dean Cannon Says Rick Perry Defended His Record at P5 Debate

Florida House Speaker Dean Cannon, who has endorsed Rick Perry for the GOP presidential nomination, says the Texas governor defended himself and hasn't "flip-flopped" on issues at the GOP P5 debate Thursday in Orlando.

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Mike Haridopolos Expects P5 Debate to Cause Little Change to GOP Field

Florida Senate PresidentMike Haridopolos says little change in the field is expected after the GOP P5 debate Thursday in Orlando.

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House, Senate Pay Held at $29,697 a Year

Florida legislators will earn $29,697 each for the 2011-12 fiscal year, with the Senate president and House speaker in line for $41,181 each, according to a report fromthe Office of Economic and Demographic Research.

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Wasserman Schultz Blasts GOP P5 Debate Before Candidates Ask First Question

DNC Chair and U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fort Lauderdale, posted a letter declaring that tonights GOP P5 Debate in Orlando will confirm that the Republican candidates have no vision for moving our country forward.

DNC Memo

From: DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz

To: Interested Parties

Date: September 22, 2011

Re: A Preview of Tonights Republican Debate, GOP Weekend Events in Florida

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Martin County GOP Chair Wants P5 Debate on 'Issues'

Susan Auld, the chair of the Martin County Republican Party, said she wants to hear the GOP candidates discuss key issues during the Presidency 5 Convention in Orlando.

I want to see key principles, key issues for moving forward. We have a lot to repair and a lot to plan for the future, she said.

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Mike Haridopolos Says Winner of Florida Will Take Presidency

While being interviewed before the P5 debate at the Orange County Convention Center, Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos said he expects Florida will follow South Carolina in the primary schedule.

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USF's Susan MacManus Says Early Primary Adds to P5 Debate Pressure

Floridas anticipated early primary adds pressure to tonights debate, says University of South Florida Political Science Professor Susan MacManus, who is attending the debate at the Orange County Convention Center.

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Mike Haridopolos Wants 'Better Ideas,' Not Anti-Obama Rhetoric

When the GOPs presidential and senatorial candidates speak during events this week in Orlando, Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos wants to hear better ideas instead of simply opposition to President Barack Obama and the Democrats.

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Mike Haridopolos: National Sales Tax Desired for Internet Sales

Senate President Mike Haridopolos said he would consider imposing a sales tax on Internet sales in the Sunshine State, as Florida TaxWatch has recommended.

However, he would prefer a national standard to keep a level playing field for all retailers to collect sales taxes on purchases made by residents.

At the end of the day, youre going to want to have that compact set up with all of the states to have uniformity, Haridopolos said, as it should be with tax issues or term limits. If its not uniform, youre going to have problems.

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