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PATRONIS TO RUN FOR FULL TERM AS STATE CFO
JIM TURNER |
Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis announced Wednesday he will run for the position in 2018... Story

NURSERY CHALLENGES POT LICENSE `PREFERENCE' FOR CITRUS INDUSTRY
JIM SAUNDERS |
A Sarasota nursery has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of part of a new law that includes a preference for the citrus industry in the state's awarding of potentially lucrative medical-marijuana licenses... Story

BAEZ RESIGNS FROM HOUSE AFTER RESIDENCY PROBE
JIM TURNER |
Democrat Daisy Baez, a first-term lawmaker who had been considered a rising star in her party, left the state House on Wednesday as she pleaded guilty to perjury in an investigation about her legal residency... Story

BUSINESSES TO GET WORKERS' COMP RATE CUT
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
State Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier has ordered a 9.8 percent decrease in the premiums businesses pay for workers' compensation insurance beginning next year... Story

SUPREME COURT WEIGHS SCOTT'S POWER TO APPOINT JUSTICES
DARA KAM |
Arguments before the Florida Supreme Court are often lively, with the black-robed justices peppering highly prepped attorneys on matters of law ranging from the esoteric to the mighty... Story

MIAMI BEACH MAYOR LAUNCHES BID FOR GOVERNOR
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine jumped into the Democratic primary for governor on Wednesday, promising to address climate change and to raise the minimum wage if he is elected... Story

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 02, 2017

LOBBYIST FILE --- DOING BUSINESS ON THE FOURTH FLOOR, NOVEMBER 2, 2017
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA |
FRED BAGGETT has registered to lobby for Pediatria HealthCare for Kids... Story

BACKROOM BRIEFING: SCOTT WON'T SEEK TO LEAD GOP GOVERNORS
JIM TURNER |
Gov. Rick Scott said he won't seek higher office next year --- at least among his fellow Republican governors... Read the Briefing

FATE OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENT UNCLEAR IN LEGISLATURE
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Though Gov. Rick Scott wants to require nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have generators and enough fuel to cool their buildings for 96 hours, legislative leaders on Thursday didn't publicly commit to supporting such a mandate... Story

AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENTAL FUNDING PITCHED
JIM TURNER |
Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam will ask state lawmakers for $75 million next year to fund a depleted program that helps shield agricultural land from development... Story

SENATE PRESIDENT: `ZERO TOLERANCE' FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT
DARA KAM |
Under scrutiny since a high-ranking Democrat resigned after admitting an affair with a lobbyist, Senate President Joe Negron insisted Thursday he has a “zero-tolerance” policy toward sexual harassment and wants to make it easier for workers to complain if they have been mistreated... Story

LATVALA GOES AFTER CORCORAN AS GOVERNOR'S RACE LOOMS
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
The fight for the Republican nomination for governor may have a tumultuous impact on the 2018 legislative session... Story

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 03, 2017

PERSONNEL FILE --- PEOPLE ON THE MOVE, NOVEMBER 3, 2017
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA |
BOB GRAMMIG has been elected 2017-2018 chairman of the Florida Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors... Read the Personnel File

SPENDING PROPOSALS PITCHED AS IRMA REMAINS PRIORITY
JIM TURNER |
With the start of the 2018 legislative session more than two months away, House members, mostly Republicans, have pitched 114 projects and programs for state money... Story

ADVANCES: WEEK OF NOVEMBER 5, 2017
STAFF |
Florida lawmakers will return to the Capitol on Monday for a series of committee meetings in preparation for the 2018 session... Read the Advances

CAPITOL `CULTURE' UNDER SCRUTINY AFTER CLEMENS EXIT
DARA KAM |
Two months away from home in a highly competitive environment that is fueled by money, power and booze and in which careers are made or broken based on relationships built mainly after hours... Story

NURSING HOMES RAISE CONCERNS ABOUT GENERATOR REQUIREMENT
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
A meeting on a proposed rule to require nursing homes to have generators that can power air-conditioning systems was scheduled for two hours Friday afternoon, but it wrapped up in about 30 minutes... Story

STATE COLLEGES LOOK FOR PLACE IN CONSTITUTION
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
State college leaders are advancing the idea of having their 28-school system embedded in the Florida Constitution... Story

WEEKLY ROUNDUP: SALACIOUSNESS IN THE SENATE
DARA KAM |
Sex, rumors of sex, and more sex dominated discussions in and around the Capitol this week... Read the Roundup

NEGRON ORDERS SEXUAL HARASSMENT PROBE OF BUDGET CHIEF
DARA KAM |
Senate President Joe Negron late Friday ordered a probe into allegations that powerful Appropriations Chairman Jack Latvala sexually assaulted or harassed legislative staff and lobbyists... Story

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 04, 2017

INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION ORDERED INTO LATVALA ALLEGATIONS
JIM SAUNDERS |
Senate President Joe Negron on Saturday ordered an independent investigation into sexual-misconduct allegations against Appropriations Chairman Jack Latvala after the Senate's top lawyer recused herself from the probe... Story

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 06, 2017

LATVALA REMOVED AS BUDGET CHIEF AMID HARASSMENT PROBE
DARA KAM |
Sen. Jack Latvala was stripped Monday of his powerful role as Senate budget chief during an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment, which Gov. Rick Scott called “disgusting... Story

FPL SEEKS STATE GO-AHEAD FOR UTILITY DEAL
JIM SAUNDERS |
After what it described as “very extended discussions and negotiations,” Florida Power & Light is asking state regulators to clear the way for a $185 million deal to purchase a utility system run by the city of Vero Beach... Story

SCOTT PROPOSES $180 MILLION IN TAX, FEE CUTS
JIM TURNER |
Driver's license fees would be cut and a series of sales-tax “holidays” would be offered as part of nearly $180 million package proposed Monday by Gov. Rick Scott as part of his final budget recommendations... Story

REGULATORS BACK TAMPA ELECTRIC RATE DEAL
JIM SAUNDERS |
For the second time in less than two weeks, state regulators Monday approved a settlement agreement that will limit base electric rates for customers of a major utility... Story

SENATE PANEL BACKS $100 MILLION FOR FLORIDA FOREVER
JIM TURNER |
A measure that would double the amount Gov. Rick Scott wants to spend on the state's most-prominent land preservation program was easily approved Monday during its first Senate committee... Story

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 2017

NELSON, STATE TANGLE OVER DISASTER JOBLESS BENEFITS
JIM TURNER |
U. S. Sen. Bill Nelson wants the federal Department of Labor to provide help to the state as he's heard “multiple accounts” of Floridians put out of work by Hurricane Irma unable to apply for disaster assistance... Story

FLORIDA SUING DRUG COMPANY OVER STOCK LOSSES
JIM TURNER |
Acting on its own, Florida will take on an international pharmaceutical company, alleging the state's pension fund lost more than $62 million in stock value because of federal securities violations by the company... Story

SENATE MOVES AGAIN ON HEALTH INSURANCE CHANGES
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Physicians would have greater leeway in prescribing medications to patients, and insurance companies would have less time to approve prior-authorization requests under a bill unanimously approved by a Senate panel Tuesday... Story

PROPOSAL TAKES AIM AT `COERCION OF SEX' IN CAPITOL
DARA KAM |
Kentucky's speaker of the House resigned from his leadership post amid reports he had secretly settled a staff member's sexual-harassment claims... Story

`PIP' REPEAL SPEEDS TOWARD HOUSE FLOOR
JIM TURNER |
An attempt to end the state's no-fault auto insurance system is on the fast track in the Florida House... Story

LATVALA LAWYER CALLS FOR `CLEAR AND CONVINCING' EVIDENCE
DARA KAM |
Sen. Jack Latvala, the Clearwater Republican who is under investigation for alleged sexual harassment, has enlisted the help of a Tallahassee attorney whose high-profile foes have included Gov. Rick Scott, the Florida Department of Corrections and the owner of a state-leased building infested with bat poop... Story

HOUSE PLAN WOULD MAKE IT HARDER TO RAISE TAXES
JIM TURNER |
After a brief pep talk from Gov. Rick Scott, House members got moving Tuesday on an election-year proposal that would make it harder for future lawmakers to raise taxes... Story

`PREGNANCY SUPPORT SERVICES' BILL DIVIDES SENATORS
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
A Senate panel on Tuesday narrowly approved a bill that would place into law a program that seeks to dissuade women from having abortions... Story

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 08, 2017

FINANCIAL LITERACY REQUIREMENT SOUGHT FOR STUDENTS
JIM SAUNDERS |
Florida senators are renewing a push to require high-school students to pass a financial-literacy course before graduation, though at least two lawmakers are concerned about students being squeezed for time during the school day... Story

APPEALS COURT TURNS DOWN STAY OF HANNON EXECUTION
JIM SAUNDERS |
Just hours before the scheduled execution of Death Row inmate Patrick Hannon, a federal appeals court Wednesday rejected his request for a stay... Story

OPIOID CRISIS TAKING TOLL ON FLORIDA CHILDREN
DARA KAM |
More than 4,000 babies were born addicted to opioids in Florida last year, an increase of over 1,000 percent from a decade ago... Story

`HOPE SCHOLARSHIP' PLAN DRAWS DEBATE
JIM SAUNDERS |
Florida House members began moving forward Wednesday with a controversial proposal that would allow public-school students to receive voucher-like scholarships to attend private schools if they have been bullied, harassed or subject to violence... Story

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 09, 2017

SOME NURSING HOMES ERRONEOUSLY TARGETED ON POWER RULES
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Six nursing homes were erroneously included in an announcement Wednesday by Gov. Rick Scott's administration that 23 nursing homes had not complied with an edict about having generators to keep residents safe... Story

BACKROOM BRIEFING: HOW HIGH WILL TAX CUTS GO?
JIM TURNER |
Based on past years, and comments from House and Senate leaders, Gov. Rick Scott will get a tax-cut package to sign in 2018 when he is expected to be ramping up a run for U. S. Senate... Read the Briefing

SUPREME COURT TOSSES OUT MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CHANGES
JIM SAUNDERS |
Saying that changes approved by lawmakers “have gashed Florida's constitutional right to privacy,” a sharply divided Florida Supreme Court on Thursday rejected parts of a controversial 2013 medical-malpractice law... Story

FLORIDA READIES FOR MORE PUERTO RICAN EVACUEES
JIM TURNER |
Florida stepped up its emergency-operations activities Thursday as the federal government plans to offer short-term relocation to Florida or New York for Puerto Ricans still homeless after Hurricane Maria... Story

FLORIDA ORANGE CROP CONTINUES DOWNWARD SPIRAL
JIM TURNER |
Florida's struggling and storm-battered citrus industry took another hit Thursday as the orange crop forecast for the current growing season was reduced by 7.4 percent... Story

UNIVERSITIES TO BOLSTER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
Spurred by the state Board of Governors, Florida universities will hire 56 mental-health professionals this year and a total of 105 over the next four years... Story

LATVALA TAKES AIM AT CAREER-THREATENING ALLEGATIONS
DARA KAM |
There's little doubt Sen. Jack Latvala isn't the most politically correct lawmaker in Tallahassee... Story

LAWMAKERS EYE HURRICANE HEALTH CARE ISSUES
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Though she's concerned that emergency rules requiring nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have generators and 96 hours of fuel supplies were vague, a leading House Republican said Thursday that state health-care agencies should move ahead with implementing a pair of permanent rules... Story

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2017

PERSONNEL FILE --- PEOPLE ON THE MOVE, NOVEMBER 10, 2017
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA |
ANANTH PRASAD has been named president-designate of the Florida Transportation Builders Association... Read the Personnel File

ADVANCES: WEEK OF NOVEMBER 12, 2017
STAFF |
Florida lawmakers will return to the Capitol on Monday for committee meetings as they continue to prepare for the 2018 legislative session... Read the Advances

WEEKLY ROUNDUP: SESSION CLOCK TICKS AMID LATVALA PROBE
JIM SAUNDERS |
With the 2018 legislative session now less than two months away, the Florida Capitol has an odd vibe... Read the Roundup

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2017

LOBBYIST FILE --- DOING BUSINESS ON THE FOURTH FLOOR, NOVEMBER 13, 2017
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA |
AKERMAN LLP lobbyists Jason Lichtstein and Richard Pinsky have registered to lobby for Abacus Energy Services Inc. KENNETH ATWATER has registered to lobby for Hillsborough Community College... Story

SUPREME COURT TO HEAR FLORIDA FIRST AMENDMENT CASE
JIM SAUNDERS |
The U. S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up a First Amendment case stemming from the arrest of a frequent government critic as he spoke during a South Florida city council meeting... Story

FACILITY SEEKS TO BOOST TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
State officials held a ceremonial groundbreaking Monday at a transportation facility in Polk County that could make Florida a leader in developing technologies related to tolling and automated driving... Story

TAB MOUNTS TO CLEAN UP IRMA WATER DEBRIS
JIM TURNER |
Florida continues to spend about $2.4 million a week to clean up debris strewn across state waters during Hurricane Irma two months ago... Story

NURSING HOMES LOOK FOR STATE MONEY FOR GENERATORS
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Florida's largest nursing-home association has one question as the 2018 legislative session approaches: Will the state help foot the costs of generators at nursing homes?.. Story

NEGRON REJECTS REMOVING RULES CHAIR FROM LATVALA PROBE
DARA KAM |
A lawyer for Sen. Jack Latvala, a veteran lawmaker accused of sexual harassment by a Senate staffer, wants the head of the Rules Committee to be removed from an investigation into the alleged wrongdoing, but the Senate president is refusing to comply with the request... Story

SENATORS BACK COLLEGE SYSTEM REVAMP AMID CONCERNS
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
A plan to create a statewide board to oversee Florida's state and community colleges advanced Monday, while college presidents raised objections to a proposed cap on four-year degrees and a stricter performance measure for graduation that are part of the legislation... Story

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2017

WHITE MAKES FINANCIAL SPLASH IN CABINET RACE
JIM TURNER |
Bolstered by $1.5 million of his own money, state Rep. Frank White in less than a month has made it a three-way race --- in terms of money --- among the Republicans seeking to replace Attorney General Pam Bondi next year... Story

HOUSE WADES INTO PROPERTY INSURANCE CONTROVERSY
JIM TURNER |
A House committee on Tuesday backed changes to a controversial practice that insurers and business groups blame for “skyrocketing” property-insurance rates in Florida... Story

SCHOOL BOARDS ASK HIGH COURT TO BLOCK EDUCATION LAW
JIM SAUNDERS |
Raising the prospect of “irreversible damage” to the public- education system, nine school boards want the Florida Supreme Court to block a massive education law approved in May... Story

LAWMAKERS LOOK AT BOOSTING INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Would-be patients would have the benefit of knowing whether health care providers working at hospitals and outpatient surgery centers go to their own facilities to seek treatment, under a bill that has been fast-tracked in the Florida House... Story

GUN BILLS COULD GET JAMMED AGAIN IN SENATE
JIM TURNER |
Gun-related issues for the 2018 session could be firing blanks in the Republican-dominated Florida Legislature... Story

SCOTT BUDGET SEEKS TAX CUTS, EDUCATION MONEY
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
With a backdrop of generators, chainsaws and pressure washers in a Duval County hardware store, Rick Scott on Tuesday unveiled his final budget proposal as Florida's governor, releasing an $87.4 billion plan that calls for $180 million in tax cuts and increased education spending... Story

SCOTT BUDGET TAKES IT EASIER ON HOSPITALS
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who has clashed repeatedly with the state's hospitals and earlier this year asked for nearly $1 billion in Medicaid reductions, released a spending plan Tuesday for 2018 that does not advocate additional cuts to the industry... Story

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2017

STATEHOUSES ROCKED BY SEXUAL HARASSMENT ALLEGATIONS
DARA KAM |
Throughout the nation, lawmakers are being forced to confront revelations about dirty little secrets once kept hidden behind the statehouse doors... Story

BETHUNE GETS BACKING TO REPLACE CONFEDERATE IN CAPITOL
JIM TURNER |
A statue of civil-rights leader and educator Mary McLeod Bethune is getting support in both chambers of the Legislature as a replacement for a Confederate general who has long represented Florida in the U. S. Capitol... Story

STATE PITCHES REVAMPED NURSING HOME REQUIREMENTS
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Gov. Rick Scott's administration is proposing a new, permanent pair of emergency power rules for nursing homes and assisted living facilities that differ from controversial emergency rules unveiled in September, but long-term care providers still have concerns... Story

PROPERTY TAXES LIKELY TO SPUR SCHOOL FUNDING FIGHT
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
Another battle about using increases in local property taxes to bolster public schools will complicate upcoming state budget negotiations... Story

REPORT SHOWS `STAGGERING' DRUG DEATHS IIN FLORIDA
DARA KAM |
A highly anticipated report from Florida's medical examiners shows dramatic increases in all types of drug-related deaths, including a 97 percent increase in deaths caused by the synthetic opioid fentanyl... Story

BUSH BACKS CONTROVERSIAL EDUCATION LAW
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
Former Gov. Jeb Bush, who made education reform the hallmark of his two terms in office, on Wednesday praised a new state law that could spur the growth of charter schools in Florida... Story

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2017

PERSONNEL FILE --- PEOPLE ON THE MOVE, NOVEMBER 16, 2017
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA |
ANNA ALEXOPOULOS FARRAR will join the Department of Financial Services as communications director... Read the Personnel File

SPANO ENTERS RACE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
JIM TURNER |
Hillsborough County Republican Ross Spano announced plans Thursday to run for attorney general, becoming the third member of the House and the fourth Republican seeking to replace term-limited Attorney General Pam Bondi next year... Story

BACKROOM BRIEFING: DIFFERENT TIMES, DIFFERENT BUDGET
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER AND JIM TURNER |
Gov. Rick Scott's final budget proposal of $87.4 billion is nearly a third larger than the $65.9 billion proposal he outlined in 2011, his first year in office... Read the Briefing

IRMA AGRICULTURE LOSSES CONTINUE TO MOUNT
JIM TURNER |
Florida's $2.5 billion request for federal disaster relief for its agriculture industry after Hurricane Irma might not be enough... Story

FPL, BROWARD BATTLE NURSING HOME SUBPOENAS
JIM SAUNDERS |
Arguing they should not have to turn over documents, Florida Power & Light and Broward County have been battling subpoenas from a Hollywood nursing home where residents died after Hurricane Irma knocked out its air-conditioning system... Story

SENATE LAWYERS UP IN LATVALA PROBE
DARA KAM |
The Florida Senate has hired a prominent Tallahassee lawyer amid a probe into sexual-harassment allegations against Sen. Jack Latvala, a Clearwater Republican... Story

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017

TRANSPORTATION CHIEF POINTS TO `EFFECTIVE' JOB ON DEBRIS REMOVAL
JIM TURNER |
Florida's transportation secretary is giving his agency a passing mark for debris removal after Hurricane Irma... Story

ADVANCES: WEEK OF NOVEMBER 19, 2017
STAFF |
The state Capitol will clear out during the coming week because of Thanksgiving... Read the Advances

STATE DIVVIES UP BEAR-PROOFING MONEY
JIM TURNER |
Bear-proofing money from the state is going to seven counties, a parks department, a homeowners' association and a community for surviving spouses of retired U. S. Air Force enlistees... Story

LETTERS RATCHET UP NURSING HOME REGULATORY FIGHT
CHRISTINE SEXTON |
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who has consistently bemoaned unnecessary regulations on businesses, is escalating a legal and regulatory feud with the state's long-term care industry... Story

DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN EXITS AFTER DISCLOSURES
DARA KAM |
Florida Democratic Party Chairman Stephen Bittel abruptly resigned Friday, just hours after a news report accused him of creating an uncomfortable work environment by leering at women and making suggestive remarks... Story

WEEKLY ROUNDUP: FROM EUSTIS TO JACKSONVILLE
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
There were reminders this week that governors come and go, but the rituals of the Capitol remain... Read the Roundup

PUTNAM, ROSS SAY RELIEF PROPOSAL LEAVES OUT CITRUS
JIM TURNER |
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and Congressman Dennis Ross on Friday criticized a lack of funding for the state's storm-ravaged citrus industry in the latest disaster-relief package proposed by the White House... Story

JUDGE BLASTS STATE PRISONS OVER HEPATITIS CARE
DARA KAM |
In a scathing ruling issued Friday, a federal judge found that Florida corrections officials have a “long and sordid history” of failing to treat inmates infected with the Hepatitis C virus and ordered the state to immediately come up with a plan to properly provide care... Story

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2017

LOBBYIST FILE --- DOING BUSINESS ON THE FOURTH FLOOR, NOVEMBER 20, 2017
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA |
BRIAN BALLARD has registered to lobby for Food Group International... Story

STATE SEEKS END TO SATELLITE TV TAX FIGHT
JIM SAUNDERS |
Attorney General Pam Bondi's office has asked the U. S. Supreme Court to reject a challenge to the constitutionality of a state law that sets different tax rates for satellite and cable-television services... Story

STATE SAYS TOURISM NUMBERS CONTINUE TO CLIMB
JIM TURNER |
A massive and deadly hurricane didn't blow away the draw of the Sunshine State during the third quarter of the year, according to Florida tourism officials... Story

STATE MOVES FORWARD WITH DISPUTED POT ID CONTRACT
DARA KAM |
After hearing a litany of complaints from lawmakers, state health officials are moving forward with a contested contract to process medical-marijuana patient identification cards... Story

DEMOCRATS LOOK FOR NEW LEADERS AFTER BITTEL EXIT
DARA KAM |
The fallout from the resignation of Florida Democratic Party Chairman Stephen Bittel continued Monday, with a top staff member stepping down and the interim party chair saying she won't pursue the permanent post... Story

PANEL TO WEIGH CHANGES FOR SCHOOL BOARDS, SUPERINTENDENTS
LLOYD DUNKELBERGER |
A proposal to impose term limits on school board members will be taken up Monday as the Florida Constitution Revision Commission begins to evaluate 103 measures aimed at changing the state Constitution... Story

SCOTT WANTS SUPREME COURT JUSTICE OUT OF APPOINTMENTS CASE
DARA KAM |
Gov. Rick Scott is asking that a Florida Supreme Court justice be disqualified from ruling on a case focused on whether Scott has the authority to appoint three new justices before leaving office in early 2019... Story

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2017

SIERRA CLUB QUESTIONS NEED FOR NEW FPL PLANT
JIM SAUNDERS |
With regulators poised to take up the issue in January, the Sierra Club is challenging the need for a new Florida Power & Light plant in Broward County... Story

 

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