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With the Amendment 2 medical marijuana proposition lighting up political debate, Amendment 1 isn’t getting a lot of attention. But it could have the most lasting impact of any decision Florida voters will make this election.
It is reassuring to see Tampa General Hospital and the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine strengthen their ties.
By a substantial margin — and with a huge voter (84 percent) turnout — the people of Scotland voted Thursday to remain in the United Kingdom their country had formed with England in 1707.
The proposed high-speed ferry service across Tampa Bay holds real promise for our gridlock-plagued region, and it would be unfortunate if it is scuttled because of a location for its terminal.
During the runup to the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, naysayers derided the inconvenience and expense of the massive event.
In the aftermath of the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, members of Congress are up in arms about the U.S. government supplying excess military equipment to local police forces.
President Obama is scheduled to be briefed this morning at U.S. Central Command on the latest developments in the war on terrorism.
The dark clouds that rumble over an economy straining for five years to fully recover from the Great Recession are beginning to break up.
There’s much to like about the deal St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and developer Bill Edwards have struck over the future management of historic Al Lang Stadium.
Greenlight Pinellas critics like to portray the transit plan as a boondoggle that will fund empty buses and build an archaic rail system few people will use.
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