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Florida gay adoption ban ends

Attorney General Bill McCollum said Friday he would not appeal a recent court ruling declaring unconstitutional Florida's 33-year ban on adoption by homosexuals. Full story

Judge voids Fla. AG subpoena in foreclosure probe

A Palm Beach County judge has tossed out a subpoena for information from a law firm in an investigation of foreclosure practices by Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum. Full story

Judge sets December 16 hearing on healthcare suit

A Florida judge said on Tuesday he would hear arguments on December 16 on a lawsuit by 20 U.S. states seeking to block President Barack Obama's overhaul of the U.S. healthcare system. Full story

Illegal immigration looms large in Fla. race

   Trailing his opponent in the race for governor by double digits, Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum rolled out an Arizona-style immigration draft bill that would require immigrants to carry “valid documentation” or face up to 20 days in jail. NBC’s Chuck Todd and Savannah Guthrie reports.

Florida AG Fights Health Care Reform

   Fourteen state attorneys general filed lawsuits against the federal government, claiming the health care reform legislation is unconstitutional. Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, who's leading the charge, talks to CNBC.

Fla. sues online travel sites over hotel taxes

The state of Florida is suing online travel reservation companies over hotel taxes, the latest in a string of lawsuits nationwide claiming the sites owe local authorities millions of dollars. Full story

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  Florida AG Fights Health Care Reform

Fourteen state attorneys general filed lawsuits against the federal government, claiming the health care reform legislation is unconstitutional. Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, who's leading the charge, talks to CNBC.

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