Today’s Top Florida Politics and News –

McClatchy DC: Rubio’s push for swift Russia sanctions is latest quiet break from Trump

Herald: The Hispanic Caucus spurned Carlos Curbelo. Now they’re backing his opponent

Post: 500 expected for March to Mar-a-Lago protest in Palm Beach on Saturday

Herald: Sen. Bill Nelson calls for investigation after two fatal Brightline train accidents

Sentinel: Puerto Rican evacuees in Central Florida fret over housing as officials point fingers

Sentinel: Florida citrus agency moves money while federal aid up in air

Democrat: Roger Stone coming to Tallahassee

Times: Tourism brought in record $112 billion to Florida in 2016

TCPalm: Indian River, Brevard counties among 17 across Florida partnering with ICE

AP: Florida cold case website seeks to solve old homicides

Herald Tribune: Sarasota OKs zoning changes to allow medical marijuana dispensaries

Sentinel: Flu widespread in Central Florida and the nation, sickening many

Herald: Rare Florida sparrow could vanish this year and more birds could be at risk

NSF: Anti-gambling measure will go on November ballot in Florida

AP: Florida voters will decide future of casinos in state

TCPalm: Bill bans paying wages with Florida Forever funds

Herald: Senate takes first steps to reform juvenile justice system after series exposed abuse

NSF: Bill would require intellectual freedom survey at Florida universities

AP: Florida House: Are students safe to express their views?

NSF: Bill to create state community colleges board advances in Senate

Florida Watchdog: Florida bill would move regulation of rental homes from local governments to state

Herald Tribune: James Buchanan agrees to televised debate in state House race

Post: Lawmakers grill water manager on start of Lake Okeechobee reservoir

TCPalm: SFWMD: Reservoir could be done in 7-9 years

Bay News 9: Steroid use ban for greyhound tracks passes key Senate panel

TCPalm: Sugar farmers signed letter as unwilling sellers of land for Lake Okeechobee reservoir

Times: In St. Petersburg, skeptics sneer at plan to concentrate USF power in Tampa