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Is Arthur Godfrey relevant enough for a street name?

 

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    Is Arthur Godfrey relevant enough for a street name?

    The commissioner calling for the change says Arthur Godfrey is not relevant anymore; others allege he was anti-Semitic and his name should not grace one of the defining thoroughfares of the city.

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    The hospital system's budget, which county commissioners must approve by Sept. 30, excludes mention of potential budget busters.

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    Once a U.S. Sugar foe, Scott now accepts its contributions, hospitality

    Before he was governor, Rick Scott attacked another Florida politician for accepting campaign funds from U.S. Sugar. He even said Bill McCollum, his opponent in the 2010 Republican primary, had been "bought and paid for."Four years later, Scott has received at least $534,000 for his reelection campaign from the corporate giant, and went on a 2013 hunting trip to its hunting lodge at King Ranch in Texas.

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