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Pinellas Sen. Jeff Brandes, a longtime foe of red-light cameras who is sponsoring legislation this session to ban them, says, “Red-light cameras don’t offer us the human side of law enforcement. It is completely and utterly machine driv...
The Republican presidential race remains a muddle after the New Hampshire primary, but GOP voters should be relieved that two experienced leaders — former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Ohio Gov. John Kasich — remain to challenge Donald Tru...
Florida lawmakers have a chance to make amends for betraying voters who overwhelmingly passed Amendment 1, which requires the state to spend more on land conservation.
Florida residents who enjoy the convenience and reliability of the ride-hailing industry should pay close attention to efforts in the state Senate to shackle the popular service.
Florida lawmakers should be applauded for taking deliberate steps to reduce a backlog of untested sexual assault kits that may hold the key to identifying rapists and making sure they are behind bars.
Police body cameras are becoming more prevalent among law enforcement agencies in Florida, and that means a standard set of rules and regulations are needed to govern their use and protect the public against abuses.
Hillsborough County residents have seen some horrific cases of animal abuse in recent years.
Former Florida House Speaker T. Terrell Sessums left the Legislature in 1974. Yet his legislative accomplishments — working for equitable public school funding, helping establish the University of South Florida medical school, bolstering envir...
A measure moving through the Legislature would breathe new life into the state’s television and film industry by establishing a method for allocating state funds for desirable projects in Florida.
The Zika virus should be a concern to all Americans — not just those who travel to Central and South American nations where the mosquito-borne disease is spreading wildly.
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