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Interior Policy

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  • Condos shouldn't flush away cash

    Could your Florida condominium community be flushing money away? Or passing up opportunities to save cash? That was virtually the case for the Devon condominium community in Tamarac, a 55-and-older campus made up of 10 buildings and as many separate...
  • Some ex-felons may serve on community boards

    Can felons serve on your association board? Do you really have to be 55 to live in a 55-and-older community? Sun Sentinel readers have questions, and we have answers this week with the help of attorney Russell M. Robbins of Mirza Basulto & Robbins....
  • Here's how to avoid some travel gotchas

    Here's how to avoid some travel gotchas
    You get to your departure airport -- even worse, you arrive at your destination -- only to find you've forgotten to do or get something you critically need. Gotcha! In the worst case, your destination doesn't even let you out of the airport. Obviously,...
  • Trayvon Martin would be alive if Neighborhood Watch rules followed

    Trayvon Martin would be alive if Neighborhood Watch rules followed
    If George Zimmerman didn't break every rule in the book when it comes to Neighborhood Watch programs, he came close. Zimmerman called Sanford police on Feb. 26, a rainy Sunday evening, to report a suspicious person inside his neighborhood near Seminole...
  • Road to energy independence goes through ANWR, Keystone

    Sometimes, it is worth our time to step back, to take the long view about seemingly intractable issues affecting our country. My long view begins with the gas line days of 1973-74, when a recently minted owner of a 1966 Ford Falcon began the daily...
  • So many of us are armed and we're not any safer

    So many of us are armed and we're not any safer
    It was just eight months ago when our cowboy-boot-wearing governor was urging Florida to be more like Texas in every way. We heard a lot of that from Rick Scott, who loves to show off his custom Houston-made boots emblazoned with "45th Governor."...
  • Our Obligation To 20 First-Graders: Get Guns Under Control

    Our Obligation To 20 First-Graders: Get Guns Under Control
    First-graders are artworks taped to the refrigerator door, bouncing bodies on a crowded school bus, holiday cards that say Love You Mommy and Best Dad. First-graders are bedtime stories, and Dora the Explorer, and silly songs, and runny noses, and...
  • Athletes Who Use Guns Must Use Their Influence In Wake Of Newtown Massacre

    Some of the best hunters and anglers in the world are to be found on the rosters of American professional sports teams. Some of the best hunters and anglers in the world are to be found enshrined in Cooperstown, Canton and Springfield. They are...
  • As Weapons Ban Movement Grows, Some Perspective Is In Order

    If the reactions of the past three days hold up, we're likely to see some kind of ban on assault weapons or on the ammo magazines of the sort used by the Newtown shooter. That's good news for people who have been pushing for this since forever, many...
  • Daum: Finally, it's time for gun control

    The time is now. Those words have been reverberating in the wake of Friday's shootings in Newtown, Conn. There's at last a sense that the moment has come for some serious action on gun control. Even some of the most reliable 2nd Amendment hawks are...
  • Massacre Puts Spotlight On Law To Seize Guns From Mentally Unstable

    Here are a few items from Connecticut's annals of guns and mental illness: —A man who once was arrested for weapon violations was reported to Berlin police in 2004 by his landlord for having allegedly said, "I am going to kill myself and take a...