Corporate Welfare Not Appropriate Use of...

Dec 11, 2016

Florida’s new legislative leaders—Senate President Joe Negron and Speaker of the House Richard Corcoran—are gearing up...

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A Hundred Thousand New Voters Have Judge...

Oct 30, 2016

As the deadline was approaching for Floridians to register to vote, a major hurricane was heading toward Florida. Gov....

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Diversity and Balance Needed on Constitu...

Oct 9, 2016

The Constitutional Revision Commission (CRC) is required to meet every 20 years to review Florida’s Constitution and...

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Informed Voters Make Better Choices

Sep 11, 2016

One of the fascinating aspects of writing a weekly statewide opinion column is the feedback that I receive. For years...

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Incoming Senate President Negron’s Gutsy...

Aug 28, 2016

Before the Zika virus dominated the national news about Florida, the bluish-green algae on Florida’s Suncoast did. The...

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Gov. Scott’s Hits and Misses on Handling...

Aug 21, 2016

Florida is ground zero for fighting Zika in the United States, with 470 cases—more than any other state. To his...

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Clean Water Shouldn’t Be So Complicated...

Aug 7, 2016

We all want clean water. It’s vital to our survival. Clean water is necessary to ensure public health. Water leaving...

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Florida’s Going Green But Not in a Good ...

Jul 9, 2016

At election time, political candidates often tout our beautiful natural resources but their actions in office belie...

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