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Sunday, Mar 01, 2015
Uninsured still out of luck
More than a million Floridians are shut out of affordable health care because state lawmakers are in a stalemate over Medicaid expansion.
More than a million Floridians are shut out of affordable health care because state lawmakers are in a stalemate over Medicaid expansion.
Lee Roy Selmon, the Bucs’ first overall draft pick in 1976, had his No. 63 jersey retired and in 1995 became the franchise’s first player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO
Who’s been No. 1 for the Bucs? A closer look at the picks
The Andros dorms will face the wrecking ball and be replaced by a residential village with retail, restaurant and even grocery store space for 2,000 students.
Old USF dorms to make way for new village
Prosecutors want the 15-year sentence of one owner of the Tampa Bay Wellness Center cut to seven years for his cooperation.
Pill mill owners turn snitch to cut jail time
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Opinion

Overrated delights of surprise (Surprise!)

Tom Jackson I concluded some time ago that the value of most surprises is vastly overrated. Let me be clear: I am speaking here of surprises that are crafted to inspire and delight, not those designed by the good guys to bushwhack criminals or enemy war-makers.

Editorials:
Editorial: A legislative session with key decisions for Florida’s future, and Tampa’s, too
Editorial: Ease the school testing craze
Editorial: A clear-eyed view of IS
Letters:
Letters to the editor: Stop wasting time
Letter of the Day: An unfulfilled dream of a free Cuba