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  • Chan Lowe: Docs vs. Glocks the law of the land

    Chan Lowe: Docs vs. Glocks the law of the land
    Thank you, 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Now, due to your two-to-one ruling, there are two things to which Florida doctors have no right under the First Amendment: to shout “Fire” in a crowded theater, and to ask any questions to a patient...
  • Crist expected to roll to victory in Florida's Democratic primary for governor

    MIAMI Charlie Crist has ignored his opponent in the Democratic primary for governor for nearly a year, and now voters will decide the soundness of his strategy on Tuesday. The former Florida governor is expected to roll up a big double-digit victory over...
  • State's poet laureate must have both guns blazing

    It goes without saying that Florida's legislators are shameless partisans unable to work in a bipartisan fashion. But one piece of legislation that passed during the last session proves that they can work together. Hands reached across the aisle to...
  • Moms reflect on effects of gun control march

    Moms reflect on effects of gun control march
    In the aftermath of the Columbine High School shootings 15 years ago, passionate women from all over the country converged on Washington, D.C., to demand tougher gun restrictions. Called the Million Mom March, it was a powerful grass-roots movement that...
  • Sandy Hook mother pushes mental health bill

    Dylan Hockley was a mischievous 6-year-old boy who loved chocolate, Superman and playing with his older brother. After he was gunned down Dec. 14, 2012, at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., his mother, Nicole Hockley, made it her mission...
  • Not-So-Trivial Pursuit

    Not-So-Trivial Pursuit
    Republican gun lovers in the mold of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie always point to mental illness as the cause of mass murders in the United States and not the proliferation of firearms. They seem to think people are being killed with unhealthy...
  • States are eyeing stiffer ivory laws amid a surge in elephant poaching

    In an effort to stop a recent surge in elephant poaching, states are moving to impose stricter bans on the sale of ivory, building on federal administrative actions taken this year. New York and New Jersey have already taken steps recently to tighten...
  • Piers Morgan Exits CNN After Turning Down 2-Year Deal

    Piers Morgan, the CNN primetime host whose efforts to provide the network with a new type of celebrity-interview show met with ratings headwinds, has officially left the cable news channel after declining a new two-year deal that would have made him the...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: A little common sense would have prevented Uzi tragedy

    WASHINGTON When is the last time you heard about a grade school youngster stumbling over an Uzi on the playground? Like never you say? Amazing! But that improbability, or close to it, seems to be at the heart of the defense of those who would let...
  • Bill requiring warrants for drone use among those OKd by Legislature

    California lawmakers voted Wednesday to require that law enforcement agencies obtain warrants to use drones for surveillance and appeared poised to pass legislation that would allow guns to be confiscated from people declared dangerous. Assemblyman Jeff...
  • California lawmakers reject background checks for ammo buyers

    California lawmakers reject background checks for ammo buyers
    The state Assembly on Saturday failed to muster the votes to approve legislation aimed at identifying criminals and others who are improperly buying ammunition in California. Sen. Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) originally proposed that residents who...