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Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014


Editorial: Another crack in Obamacare

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act say a federal appeals court ruling, if upheld, could dismantle the law. That is instructive.
Published: 07/23/14

Tribune endorsement: Keep Luikart on Pasco School Board

Pasco County School Board members Cynthia Armstrong and Allen Altman were re-elected without opposition when no one filed to run against them this summer. That leaves only one school board race for voters to decide Aug. 26.
Published: 07/23/14

Editorial: Putin’s bloody hands

Vladimir Putin has blood on his hands, and all the explaining in the world cannot remove the stain or restore whatever lingering respect he may have enjoyed outside his own tarnished sphere of influence.
Published: 07/23/14

Editorial: The right deal for Channelside

The awarding Monday of the Channelside Bay Plaza retail complex to Lightning hockey team owner Jeff Vinik means a vital area of downtown Tampa might finally get the care and attention it has long needed.
Published: 07/22/14

Tribune endorsements: Pasco County Commission

With Pasco County government still in transition after the retirement of longtime executive John Gallagher in 2013 and the county still trying to diversify its economy, experience in public policymaking is a must.
Published: 07/22/14

Tribune Endorsements: Hooper, Eggers, Morroni for Pinellas County Commission Republican primary

Three Pinellas County Commission seats are being contested in the Aug. 26 primary. Two of the races will decide the Republican candidate to face a Democratic candidate or candidates with no party affiliation in the November general election.
Published: 07/21/14

Tribune endorsements: Hillsborough County Commission

The Hillsborough County Commission in recent years has mostly had to contend with a sluggish economy and tight budgets.
Published: 07/20/14

Tribune endorsements: Shimberg, Snively and Meckley for School Board

Hillsborough County School Board elections are always important. After all, the board oversees policies for more than 200,000 students, 15,000 teachers and 270 schools.
Published: 07/18/14

Editorial: Stand your ground continues to rear its ugly head

The state’s flawed “stand your ground” law continues to be a source of refuge for people who may not be deserving of its protections.
Published: 07/18/14

Editorial: Tuning up MOSI

An independent audit of the Museum of Science & Industry found some serious problems, particularly with its financial system.
Published: 07/16/14
Updated: 07/17/14