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Last year, the superstore of all things toys filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Now, I won’t pretend to know what that actually means but I know bankruptcy is not a good word in almost any capacity. … more
Arming teachers is a hot topic of debate. Federal law prohibits guns on school campuses, but it doesn’t always apply to citizens with concealed carry permits. As a result of this loophole, 18 … more
Florida’s economy, although robust, depends heavily on tourism, real estate development and financial industries. As Florida’s economy rebounded from the Great Recession a few years ago, … more
After going back and forth with similar bills, the Legislature cleared a proposal Monday that would require nursing homes to have backup generators on site to keep the air conditioning running during … more
I am a Clay County public school teacher. I was angered and disappointed at Saturday night’s Senate vote in favor of Senate Bill 7026. Among the many ridiculous items included in this bill, the … more
Facebook has been a modern American success story that continues to break boundaries and reinvent itself. It has also been in the news a lot lately, not for innovation, but what some people are … more
Kathy Castor was part of a six-member group of Democratic members of Congress visiting Cuba over the past few days, but the delegation shrank to five this week when meeting with Cuban President Raul … more
More than 1,100 children were prosecuted as adults in Florida last year – taken from their homes, removed from their schools, and locked up in adult jails. Although children’s brains are still … more
Texting bill moves to House floor, stalls in Senate TALLAHASSEE – In response to House Bill 33 being stalled in the Senate Appropriations Committee, bill co-sponsor Rep. Emily … more
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