Two campus gun bills making their way through the Legislature have plenty in common and one significant difference.
It is encouraging that legislation to allow Florida voters to register online is progressing through the Legislature with bipartisan support. The change would eliminate errors and cut costs while maintaining strong safeguards against fraud.
Chris Borland’s decision to walk away from a lucrative career in the National Football League should be another wake-up call for a league that has been slow to acknowledge the life-altering consequences associated with concussions.
State laws requiring that government conduct its business in public and that the records of official business be available for public inspection are as critical to the functioning of our government as fair elections and a free press.
The disconnect between Florida lawmakers and voters is strikingly displayed in legislators’ response to Amendment 1.
Charter school opponents have long complained that the privately run schools are allowed to operate in virtual secrecy.
The construction industry is on the rebound in Hillsborough County, and that is mostly good news as county commissioners consider spending priorities for an annual budget that will top $3 billion.
As if he didn't have enough on his plate defending his embattled presidency at home, seeking to stymie the Islamist jihadists in Syria and Iraq and coping with myriad other crises at home and abroad, Barack Obama has added a war of words with a neigh...
The Straz Center’s expansion plans will add more excitement to Tampa’s already dynamic waterfront and highlight the remarkable progress the city has made in reorienting downtown toward the water.
A state Senate committee and Senate President Andy Gardiner deserve credit for backing a common-sense bill that uses conservative principles to provide health insurance to more than 800,000 low-income Floridians.