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Newspaper Lobby Wants to Take Over State's Lobbyist Registration Office

   A group that lobbies on behalf of newspapers around Florida wants to take over the office that keeps track of the state's registered lobbyists.

The Florida Press Association represents papers like the Miami Herald, whose reporters often cover the work of lobbyists.

WLRN Miami Herald reporter Gina Jordan tells us the Florida Legislature has plans to outsource the Office of Lobbyist Registration.



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This seems kind of silly, unless they just want to give money to somebody's buddy.

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