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  • Sound science must be basis for clarifying state water policy

    Sound science must be basis for clarifying state water policy
    It's a nightmare scenario for the next generation: A family travels to Orlando for summer vacation and is turned away at a theme park due to a water shortage. All restaurants are closed because they have no water for drinking or washing dishes. And finally, the hotel the family booked can no longer accommodate them because water in the area has to be rationed.
  • Speed limits, water, and Pitts: Letters

    Speed limits, water, and Pitts: Letters
    A need for speed? After reading today's article about increasing the speed limit ("Got the need for speed? Limits likely to hit 70 mph on 417, 429"), some of the comments left me dumbfounded. Central Florida Expressway Authority Chairman Welton Cadwell,...

    Sunshine State, not Feds, should control water destiny

    Sunshine State, not Feds, should control water destiny
    Florida's geology, topography, and watercourses are unlike any other state's in the nation, dominated by vast flood plains along the coast and countless bodies of water — virtually all connected underground by our precious aquifer system through...

    Local laughs abound at Orlando Indie Comedy Fest

    Local laughs abound at Orlando Indie Comedy Fest
    Central Florida's unsung comedians have been perfecting their jokes for more than three years. If you hear a lot of laughter in the air this weekend, join in: The punch line is about to arrive. Orlando's underground stand-up scene rises up at the...

    Negron’s push to reel insurance break brings out the big-business critics

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate budget chief Joe Negron's push to end a 25-year-old tax break for insurers is drawing the ire of business groups and major political contributors put in the unusual position of defending their tax-advantages before a Republican-...