In Washington D.C. today, the U.S. Supreme Court addresses the possibility that if the individual insurance mandate in the health care reform bill is ruled unconstitutional, can the law itself survive?
Meanwhile, a new study has been released saying that only about 2 percent of Americans would be subject to penalties if they refused to purchase such insurance under the Obama plan.
In Tampa last night, a crowd estimated to be around 1,000 people crammed into the 34th Street Church of God to hear some explosive speeches in a rally called by City Council member Frank Reddick regarding the Trayvon Martin case.
In Clearwater yesterday, a host of Tea Party activists came before the Pinellas County Commission to trash a floated proposal to have citizens vote on a sales tax referendum next year to begin light-rail in the county.
And a New York Times report says voter registration is down compared to four years ago - that's what critics of Florida's elections law passed last year predicted would be the case.