Several "endings" in the news today:
The end of the game for Internet cafes, which were the end of the line for Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll.
And speaking of Carroll: Ex-Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll speaks out again, and claims she had no idea law enforcement was investigating a veterans charity accused of running illegal slot machine-style casinos until two agents walked into her office last month. OK....
The end of the line after ending your marriage? The Florida Senate has passed a bill that would put an end to permanent alimony in the Sunshine State.
Kathy Castor heads to Cuba: With U.S.-Cuba relations on the cusp of potentially significant change, U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor arrived in Havana on Wednesday night for meetings she hopes will enhance social ties and business opportunities for the Tampa Bay area.
Rightfully, no end on Medicaid criticism: Hospitals blast Florida Senate's Medicaid proposal.
The end of the so-called "outreach" to women by the Republican Party. JUST KIDDING. That never actually began. Take it away Reince Priebus...
No end to the sequester and the damage it's doing. John Boehner said he got 98% of what he wanted from the sequester. Well, he's getting what he wants while others are paying dearly for it, and he and Republicans have no plans to end it anytime soon: Cancer clinics across the country have begun turning away thousands of Medicare patients, blaming the sequester budget cuts.
The latest sequester damage round up from Think Progress:
And finally, a sad goodbye:
"See You At The Movies," RIP.