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  1. Sarasota Manatee MPO Agenda Results: 3/23/2015Read the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | The Bradenton Times

    ... 5-6 p.m. Chairman Bennett said the only dollars that had ever gone to River Road was from the efforts of Katherine Harris: $7 million. TAC -- Reported that they met twice in February, voted unanimously to support the 'Priority List,' and stated that ...


  2. No. 14: Allison Tant, Where the Buck Never StoppedRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | Sunshine State News

    ... 1999 and 2000 in a previous employ, Tant was one of only three lobbyists for a company called DBT Online. Katherine Harris hired DBT Online to purge the voter rolls in the 2000 election, in which Al Gore narrowly lost to George W. Bush. Many ...


  3. Arkansas politician 'illegally used foster child in campaign ads'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Daily Mail

    Arkansas politician 'illegally used foster child in campaign ads' before he sending her back, trying to 'exorcise demons' from the sisters, then giving them to a rapist It has been alleged that while caring for girls, Harris locked them away and tried to exorcise demons from them The Arkansas politician who took three troubled girls into his home, allegedly performed exorcisms on them, and ultimately gave two away to a rapist also illegally used one of them in his campaign ads, it has been claimed. Justin Harris, a Republican who sits in the state's House of Representatives, plastered pictures of the eldest girl he took into care on campaign material for his 2012 election campaign.


  4. Wisconsin's Gov. Scott Walker has plan to take on Bush, RubioRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 14 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... to win a U.S. Senate seat over the last four elections to the office: Republicans Bill McCollum (2004), Katherine Harris (2006), Dave Weldon (2012) and Connie Mack IV (2012); and Democrats Peter Deutsch (2004) and Kendrick Meek (2010). a The long ...


  5. AR Republicans Defend Colleague Who Gave Adopted Daughters to PedophileRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Little Green Footballs

    In a move surprising absolutely no one, Arkansas Republicans are supporting Justin Harris, the Republican lawmaker who thought his adopted daughters were possessed by demons and who gave them to a pedophile who raped one of the girls. The reader, who asked to remain anonymous, told me she does not know Martin and has never personally interacted with him in the past, but when a mutual Facebook friend posted the Arkansas Times story, she became drawn into a back-and-forth with the Secretary of State.


  6. Republicans defend Arkansas rep who 'rehomed' adopted girls with a rapistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | The Raw Story

    A pair of Arkansas Republicans have stepped up to the plate to defend an embattled state lawmaker accused of " rehoming " his adopted daughters to a rapist, using Facebook to attack the media coverage of their colleague. On Wednesday, the Arkansas Democratic Party called upon Rep. Justin Harris to resign following revelations that he and his wife made the "unilateral decision to move two of his adopted daughters into another family's home" where one of the girls was sexually assaulted.


  7. Tom Cotton's war on reality: The GOP will recognize no limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Salon

    ... corruptions. I rank the letter with the election the Supreme Court - along with Jeb Bush, James Baker and Katherine Harris-ripped off in 2000. Two autumns ago, when Hassan Rouhani, Iran's reformist president, appeared at the U.N. to open the ...


  8. GOP Rallies Around 'Exorcist' LawmakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | TheDailyBeast.com

    Arkansas Republicans are defending a state legislator who had his adopted daughter exorcised before 'rehoming' her and her sister with a man who later molested one of them. LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-From coffee shops in rural Arkansas to the state capitol, Arkansans cannot stop talking about Republican state Rep. Justin Harris .


  9. The Lunatics have Taken Over the AsylumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | OpEdNews

    What is going on with our political system, Truthseekers? Politics have always been nutty , but recent events have taken a turn toward lunatic. You might be tempted to think that a story about Republican Senators taking bribes from a foreign country to overtly sabotage the President's foreign policy negotiations would be the most outrageous story of the week.


  10. Make My DayLAMENTING the Loss of ChildhoodRead the original story

    Jun 19, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... for the U.S. Senate. His electoral chicanery in 2004 endeared him to conservatives in the same way that Katherine Harris, the Florida Secretary of State who helped steal the 2000 election for George W. Bush, became a GOP rock star, albeit ...


  11. Harris controversy ratchets higher with call for resignation, governor calls for prudenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | KATV Little Rock

    The controversy involving the handling of Rep. Justin Harris' adoption of three girls ratcheted up on Wednesday with the House Minority Leader calling on the West Fork Republican legislator to resign. About a half hour before Gov. Asa Hutchinson held a bill signing ceremony, Rep. Eddie Armstrong, D-North Little Rock, leader of the House Democrats, said the situation involving Harris had become a "distraction for the [legislative] body."


  12. Arkansas Republican gave adopted girls to rapist because they were...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The Raw Story

    The story of Arkansas state Rep. Justin Harris - whose family adopted a pair of girls then "re-homed" them to another household where one of the girls was raped - has taken a bizarre turn with allegations that the Harris family gave the girls up because they believed the children could communicate telepathically and were possessed by demons. The Arkansas Times reported on Wednesday that sources close to the family dispute many of the assertions Harris and his wife Marsha made last Friday at a press conference at the Arkansas state capitol.


  13. Rep. Harris speaks to Channel 7 on adoption controversyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | KATV Little Rock

    Rep. Justin Harris spoke to Channel 7 News Tuesday, answering questions on his allegations against the Department of Human Services. Since last Friday, Rep. Justin Harris has leveled serious accusations against the Department of Human Services, saying he was threatened with abandonment charges if he and his wife returned their adopted daughters.


  14. Christi Craddick: Texas oil queenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | USA Today

    ... hired by New York City to plan a road or two, who ended up reworking the constellation of the city. Or Katherine Harris, the unknown Florida secretary of state who in 2000, in those tense days of chits and chads, effectively chose the president. ...


  15. Suffer the Little Children . . . and Molest Them NotRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 8 | Daily Kos

    Yesterday we introduced you to the honorable Justin Harris, a proud Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives, who kinda-sorta hid from the public the fact that he'd adopted two little girls out of foster care, tired of them after a year in his home, and given them to another family to raise. The other family wasn't so great, seeing as how the new adoptive father, Eric Francis, raped the older of the girls, all of six years old.


  16. Arkansas governor seeks review of adoption rules after abuse caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | WTNH

    Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is working with lawmakers and the Department of Human Services to potentially change state adoption procedures after a House member gave his adopted daughters to a man who later admitted to sexually abusing one of them. Hutchinson met with two legislators after they filed bills this week to criminalize "re-homing," an informal term for transferring an adopted child to an unrelated family without state oversight.


  17. 'If they were violent, they were taught violence': Foster mother...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | Daily Mail

    'If they were violent, they were taught violence': Foster mother who cared for girl, 6, raped after Arkansas State Rep. gave her away to a friend blasts claims he and wife made in press conference Attempted to justify the decision by saying the girls were violent at home and that his family suffered death threats from the young girls The foster mother who cared for the girls before the Harris family says the girls were never violent, and that she warned how difficult they would be An Arkansas politician who claims he gave away his two adopted daughters, aged three and six, to a rapist because they were threatening to kill his family, and one had already crushed a family pet to death, has been taken to task by the foster mother who previously cared for the girls.


  18. Arkansas lawmaker gives adopted daughter away to man who rapes herRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    Arkansas Rep. Justin T. Harris, R-West Fork, top, questioned a witness during a Feb. 26 House Committee on Education meeting. Eric Cameron Francis, bottom, pleaded guilty in November to three counts of sexual assault in the second degree..


  19. Harris accuses DHS of mishandling adoption crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | KATV Little Rock

    Rep. Justin Harris held a press conference Friday with his wife Marsha to address media reports that he gave his two adopted daughters to another home, one of which was sexually abused in that home. The process known as "rehoming" is legal in the State of Arkansas.


  20. Why Justin Harris Gave Away adopted daughter to a 'friend' who raped herRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Daily Mail

    'We thought they would kill us. They killed the family pet': Why Arkansas State Representative GAVE AWAY his adopted daughter, six, and her sister to a 'friend' who then raped her An Arkansas politician claims he gave away his two adopted daughters, aged three and six, to a rapist because they were threatening to kill his family, and had already crushed a family pet to death.