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The Administrative Law Section had another great year thanks to the work of the section members and executive council. The section started the year on a good note by adding Daniel Nordby and Michael Cooke to the executive council. Michael Cooke is general counsel at the Florida Public Service Commission and chairs the section’s Public Utility Law Committee. Daniel Nordby practices at Ausley McMullen, P.A., and chairs the section’s Web page committee. Michael Cooke is general counsel at the Florida Public Service Commission and chairs the section’s Public Utility Law Committee.

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COLUMNS

President’s Page
A Personal Honor to Serve The Florida Bar
by Francisco R. Angones

Business Law
An Analysis of Affordable/Work-Force Housing Initiatives and Their Legality in the State of Florida, Part I
by J. Michael Marshall and Mark A. Rothenberg

Appellate Practice
The Joy of Editing: Better Appellate Briefs
by Raymond T. Elligett, Jr. and Amy Farrior

Environmental and Land Use Law
Redeveloping Florida: United States Supreme Court Says No Time Is Better Than Now
by Jeffery C. Close

Administrative Law
Agency Exercise of Legislative Power and the Role of ALJ Independence in Responsible Agency Policymaking
by Daniel Manry

Family Law
Florida’s “Cohabitation” Statute: The Revolution That Wasn’t
by Odette Marie Bendeck

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