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Richard Corcoran and Jose Oliva

Why Shouldn't Corcoran and Oliva Huddle with the Kochs?

With all its money, couldn't the shadowy, liberal activist group Florida Strong produce a more truthful, higher class Internet ad about the Koch brothers and Florida's House leaders than something that flashes years-old financial documents, dark photos of smokestacks and completely unsubstantiated sound bytes?

June 28, 2017 - 6:00pm

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Richard Corcoran and Jose Oliva
With all its money, couldn't the shadowy, liberal activist group Florida Strong produce a more truthful, higher class Internet ad about the Koch brothers and Florida's House leaders than something that flashes years-old financial documents, dark photos of smokestacks and completely unsubstantiated sound bytes?
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