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The state’s 12 public universities account for billions of dollars in tax expenditures, and the expectation should be that the public can track the flow of money spent in their interests.
From the start of her tenure, University of South Florida President Judy Genshaft recognized USF’s potential as an economic engine and sought to form partnerships with private and public entities that would strengthen both the university and t...
Having clean water flow into our homes and businesses every day for a relatively minor cost is something we all take for granted.
Among the many reasons to cheer the recent $25 million donation to USF’s business school are the hands-on learning programs that will benefit students and faculty.
The Tampa Tribune’s editorial staff will be offering their endorsements on various local and statewide races leading to the Nov. 4 election. Here are their recommendations:
Pasco County voters have already elected one new county commissioner this election season — Mike Wells bounced Commissioner Henry Wilson in the August primary.
Pasco County voters will pick two representatives to send to Tallahassee on Nov. 4. One race will determine who succeeds state Rep. Will Weatherford, the current House speaker, who cannot run again because of term limits. The other contest will decid...
Although Florida Supreme Court and appeals court judges are appointed by the governor, they must go before voters every six years. Voters decide in the nonpartisan, merit retention process whether the judges should remain in office, voting “ye...
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