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  • Our picks for Legislature, part 2

    Last week we offered our recommendations in four Central Florida races for seats in the Florida Legislature. Here are the other four legislative races in which we're making endorsements for the November election: House District 29 Democrat Mike Clelland...
  • Gun safety, Ebola and Bondi: Letters

    Gun safety, not control A few months have gone by, so it's time for Beth Kassab and her buddies at the League of Women Voters of Florida to bring up gun control. Ironically, Kassab, in her Saturday column, "Florida tough on kids' gun safety —...
  • Parents ask to intervene in voucher lawsuit

    Parents ask to intervene in voucher lawsuit
    Parents using school vouchers to send their children to private school -- including an Orlando mother of three -- want to intervene in a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the taxpayer-funded program. Attorneys for the 15 parents filed a...
  • Twosome squabbles over seat in St. Pete

    ST. PETERSBURG — Democratic state Rep. Dwight Dudley, a criminal-defense attorney who has been a leading critic of Duke Energy Florida, is trying to fend off a challenge from Republican Bill Young, the son of an iconic figure in Pinellas County...
  • What readers would like to ask Crist, Scott at governor's debate

    What readers would like to ask Crist, Scott at governor's debate
    On Wednesday, editorial page editor Rosemary Goudreau will be one of three questioners at the televised gubernatorial debate at Broward College. In advance of the debate, we asked our readers what questions she should ask the candidates at the debate....
  • UCF students protest higher tuition for 'excess' classes

    UCF students protest higher tuition for 'excess' classes
    Kevin Diatezua wasn't sure what he wanted to study when he transferred to the University of Central Florida. "I wanted to take a little taste of everything before I made a definite decision," said Diatezua, 24. "I was under the impression that college...
  • Our Congress picks, part 1: Editorial

    With Congress at rock-bottom approval ratings, and many of its members seemingly more interested in partisanship than problem solving, it would be tempting to recommend that voters simply clean house in the House in this year's election. But it's still...
  • Palm Beach County: More like Broward or neighbors to the north?

    Palm Beach County: More like Broward or neighbors to the north?
    A Palm Beach County identity crisis has local officials debating just how “South Florida” they want to be. Is the county that stretches all the way from Jupiter to Boca Raton more like Stuart and the small-to-medium-town neighbors to the...
  • New designer drugs hit S. Florida streets

    New designer drugs hit S. Florida streets
    Two new designer drugs have popped up on South Florida streets this year. Both have dangerous side effects. Both have something else in common: They're being used in e-cigarettes, once peddled as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking. The drugs &#...
  • Scott using Obama tactic to beat down Crist

    Scott using Obama tactic to beat down Crist
    If Gov. Rick Scott defeats his Democratic challenger, Charlie Crist, one big reason will be the Republican governor's campaign using a page right from President Barack Obama's re-election playbook. Flush with campaign money while his opponent had little...
  • Charlie Crist, Rick Scott face off in first debate

    Charlie Crist, Rick Scott face off in first debate
    It took just moments for Charlie Crist and Rick Scott to unsheathe their knives in an attempt to slice and dice each other in the first debate of the Florida governor's race, an hourlong back and forth that showcased multiple policy differences. Scott,...