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  • Legislature should repair injustice done to Groveland Four

    They're all dead now, that generation of Jeanette Shepherd-Tatum's family who kept quiet about their part in Lake County's shameful moment in history.
  • Hays' bill to shield information in college job searches advances

    Hays' bill to shield information in college job searches advances
    A bill sponsored by state Rep. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla, that would provide secrecy for applicants in the early stages of searches to fill high-ranking college and university jobs easily passed a Senate committee this week. The Senate Higher Education...

    Deputy's widow seeks expanded survivor benefits

    Deputy's widow seeks expanded survivor benefits
    When Orange County Deputy Scott Pine joined the Sheriff's Office in May 2011, the husband and father had important financial decisions to make for his family. Because he was joining the Florida Retirement System, Pine had to choose between a pension...

    Florida's school-testing insanity may soon be curbed

    Florida's school-testing insanity may soon be curbed
    I had a weird interview last week. Like, really weird. The topic was the testing mania that has spiraled out of control in Florida — 1,000 new tests in Orange County this year alone, kindergartners taking six end-of-year tests, standardized...

    Bill would keep secret names of applicants for top college jobs

    Bill would keep secret names of applicants for top college jobs
    TALLAHASSEE -- Pointing to the possibility of a "chilling effect" if word gets out, a House bill filed last week would allow information to be kept confidential about people applying to become presidents, provosts or deans of state universities or...