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House Dems take to the web and YouTube

Florida House Democratic Leader Franklin Sands unveiled a new web site today, featuring the caucus and highlighting floor speeches of several individual members, thanks to YouTube.

Sand's introduces the site with a video message (in which is obviously reading a prepared script) and says they'll be using the site to keep people informed about their positions and will "communicate in a timely manner to keep Floridians up to date."

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Website Snob

At least they have a website, but it would be nice if it didn't look like it was created 7 years ago.

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