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Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014

Editorials

Editorial: Chamber’s intern program aims to keep local talent in Tampa

Keeping the best and the brightest scholars in the Tampa Bay area after college graduation is a goal business leaders have discussed over the years without a cohesive strategy.
Published: 08/27/14

Editorial: No surprises on primary day

The showdown everyone expected and many have bemoaned is official. Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democrat Charlie Crist, a former Republican governor, easily won their primaries.
Published: 08/27/14

Our recommendations for today’s primaries

Here are our recommendations today’s primaries:
Published: 08/26/14

Editorial: Grin and bear redistricting embarrassment

By ordering the elections to proceed as scheduled this year, Leon Circuit Judge Terry Lewis has made the best of the bad redistricting choices he faced.
Published: 08/26/14

Editorial: Our recommendations for primaries

Here are our recommendations for Tuesday’s primaries:
Published: 08/25/14

Editorial: The surprising face of hunger in the Tampa Bay area

A new study includes some startling statistics about the face of hunger across the Tampa Bay region. For starters, one in every six people in a 10-county area in West-Central Florida seeks food assistance through the Feeding America Tampa Bay charity...
Updated: 1 months ago

Editorial: Time for leadership on transportation

At a recent meeting on transportation, Hillsborough County Commissioner Victor Crist said this about a proposal to hold a 2016 voter referendum on increasing the sales tax to fund transportation projects:
Updated: 1 months ago

Our recommendations for the primaries

Here are our recommendations for Tuesday’s primaries:
Updated: 1 months ago

Treating higher education as political toy

Two recent events highlight the political mess Tallahassee has made of Florida’s higher education system.
Updated: 1 months ago

Editorial: Opening the windows at the VA

The response this week by newly confirmed VA Secretary Robert McDonald to a congressional demand for a thorough review of patient deaths and treatment delays is an encouraging sign for veterans and taxpayers wanting the truth about the department...
Updated: 1 months ago