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It was curious to see Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul at the last Republican presidential debate chastise Marco Rubio for his proposal to increase the child tax credit.
Our ever-feuding elected officials in Tallahassee and Washington could take a lesson from Hillsborough County’s constitutional officers.
As Americans gather around the table today, they will give thanks for their many blessings and the opportunity to be with family and friends.
In his proposed $79.8 billion budget, Gov. Rick Scott shows far more environmental enlightenment than he did when he was first elected and cut conservation programs indiscriminately.
Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the Tampa City Council’s 4-3 vote against a plan to tackle the city’s chronic flooding problems is the parochial attitude displayed by some council members.
A new funding model could turn the common complaint that government doesn’t operate like a business on its head and improve efficiency and cut costs in the process.
Opening the door to more abuses of the state’s “stand your ground” law is the last thing Florida needs.
President Obama seems intent on ignoring the public’s fear of terrorism by vowing to veto a House bill passed Thursday that strengthens the vetting process for Syrian refugees.
Tampa has benefited greatly from state and local programs that use tax refunds and other publicly funded incentives to convince private corporations to set up shop here.
Loosening the state’s health-care laws to promote competition has an understandable appeal to supporters of a free-market economy.
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