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If you are having trouble with your Medicare Part D prescriptions, especially if you have been denied a prescription at the pharmacy counter, you'll want to read this statement issued today from the nonprofit consumer group Medicare Rights Center: Today Senate and House cosponsors of the Medicare Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act wrote to the ... (more)
FORT MYERS, Fla.- With six weeks to go until the special election GOP primary to replace disgraced Repulican Trey Radel in Congress, two Republican candidates, Lizbeth Benacquisto and Curt Clawson are in an all out twitter war.
US Department of Labor officials have told US Senator Bill Nelson they are monitoring the situation with Florida's unemployment website.
Set aside for a minute the partisan disputes over tax reform, details surrounding advisor examination and registration rules, skirmishes between multibillion-dollar insurers and trillion-dollar mutual funds over lifetime income disclosures, and nuances surrounding retirement plan fees.
GOOD MORNIN', GOOD MORNIN', IT'S GREAT TO STAY UP LATE: Here are some highlights from all-night climate change talk-fest organized by Sens. Brian Schatz, which had at least 30 Democrats participate and is expected to wrap up around 9 a.m. today.
Majority Leader Harry M. Reid has pledged in recent weeks to continue allowing time for anyone who wants to discuss the issue during the weekly Democratic caucus lunch or on the Senate floor.
There were seven key votes in the Senate this week SENATE VOTES Senate Vote 1 The Senate rejected a cloture motion to end debate on the nomination of Debo P. Adegbile to be an assistant attorney general heading the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division.
It will be held from 6-7 p.m. at the Tallahassee Elks Club Lodge, 276 N. Magnolia Drive.
County lines divide the Treasure Coast, but Our Indian River Lagoon unites us. Stay current with lagoon health, recreation and news from TCPalm.
For the first time, a soldier from Puerto Rico's renowned U.S. Army troop, the Borinqueneers, will receive the Medal of Honor, and advocates hope the citation will lead Congress to salute the entire regiment.
A bill that would have stripped military commanders of their ability to refer sexual assault and other cases for prosecution failed to gain enough votes to proceed through the U.S. Senate Thursday.
Nearly five months after Florida launched a new unemployment claims website - paid for with more than 60 million of your tax dollars, Republican Governor Rick Scott is offering advice to Floridians still struggling to get their unemployment benefits.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, the hand-picked successor of Chavez, organized 10 days of commemorative activities to mark the anniversary of Chavez's death at age 58. The Permanent Council of the Organization of American States is set to talk Thursday about the crisis in Venezuela at a meeting requested by Panama and coming amid calls by ... (more)
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., pushed recently for some kind of response to the violence in the South American country.