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Links for Times: When drugs stop working, Paige Davison, SBA



When drugs stop working series continues
Dec. 27: Misuse of the drugs that eradicated tuberculosis have helped a mutated form of the disease to return ... and it may be stronger.

Dec. 28: Cambodian village's strain of malaria portends new version of the old disease.

Dec. 29: The risks of using antibiotics in livestock

Paige Davidson
The teen's parents have sued a liquor store, saying the store sold to minors and is partly responsible for the accident that killed their 17-year-old daughter.
Oct. 7: Three boats have hit same jetty where crash killed St. Petersburg teen

Did political donations grease path to lucrative SBA legal bid?

Fort Lauderdale lawyer Scott Rothstein never gave to the Democratic Party before his firm donated a $200,000 check on September 9. About three weeks later, his firm was considered for potentially lucrative work with the State Board of Administration — with an assist from Alex Sink’s chief of staff.
Dec. 13: A veritable pot of gold — untold millions upon millions of dollars in legal fees — was up for grabs in early December when the state decided which of 12 legal teams will represent Florida in securities lawsuits.
Dec. 18: Five law firms, including several political donors, were tapped Thursday to represent Florida's pension fund in mega lawsuits that could produce millions in legal fees.

[Last modified: Monday, May 24, 2010 4:01pm]


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