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Attorney General Bondi Files Emergency Rule Banning the Dangerous Synthetic Drug Marketed as "Bath Salts"     en Espanol
01/26/2011: Tallahassee, FL – Attorney General Pam Bondi joined FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey and Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen and other law enforcement officials, as well as legislative leaders, to announce the filing of ... [Full Release]
Attorney General Releases Statement After Two St. Petersburg Police Officers are Killed in the Line of Duty     en Espanol
01/24/2011: TALLAHASSEE, FL – Attorney General Pam Bondi released the following statement after the tragic deaths of two St. Petersburg police officers killed this morning in the line of duty: “My deepest sympathies go to the ... [Full Release]
Attorney General Issues Statement on the Shooting of Two Miami-Dade Police Officers     en Espanol
01/20/2011: TALLAHASSEE, FL -- Attorney General Pam Bondi today issued the following statement on the shooting of Miami-Dade police officers Roger Castillo and Amanda Lynn Haworth: “I am deeply saddened by the deaths of Officers ... [Full Release]
Attorney General Pam Bondi Announces Selection of Economic Crimes Director     en Espanol
01/20/2011: Attorney General Pam Bondi today announced that she has selected Richard Lawson the Economic Crimes Director. Lawson comes from the law firm of Gardner Brewer Martinez-Monfort, where he practiced in the areas of white ... [Full Release]
Memorandum: Judge Vinson Grants Florida's Motion to Add Parties to the Lawsuit Challenging Federal Health care law     en Espanol
01/19/2011: In response to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi's request yesterday to add six states - Iowa, Ohio, Kansas, Wyoming, Wisconsin and Maine - to the federal health care lawsuit, the federal judge issued an order today ... [Full Release]
Florida Attorney General Files Motion to Add Six New States to Lawsuit Challenging Federal Health Care Law     en Espanol
01/18/2011: Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi today filed a motion to add six States to the federal health care lawsuit – Iowa, Ohio, Kansas, Wyoming, Wisconsin and Maine. This motion brings the number of states to 26, including ... [Full Release]
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