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  • Can gambling, vouchers and springs bills ever be killed?

    Can gambling, vouchers and springs bills ever be killed?
    TALLAHASSEE — When Florida policymakers set major goals for a two-month lawmaking session in an environmentally and economically fragile megastate, it is inevitable that entropy takes hold and things start falling apart.
  • Soccer-stadium deals could be headed for big battle

    Soccer-stadium deals could be headed for big battle
    TALLAHASSEE — Expect Florida's Major League Soccer dreams to run full-speed into the election-year entanglements of the Legislature. Last year, it was the Miami Dolphins and their hotheaded billionaire owner. On deck this spring: Orlando Mayor...

    Readers want toll-road reform, safe cycling & more

    Readers want toll-road reform, safe cycling & more
    You folks have been fired up lately about everything from cyclists to my many shortcomings. But since so many people are asking how to end the stinky politics at our toll-road agency, we'll start there. Scott, I fully agree with you. ["Nonstop...

    The 10 Most Powerful People in Central Florida

    The 10 Most Powerful People in Central Florida
    On Sunday, we unveiled the first part of "The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida." It featured a mix of corporate leaders, three members of Congress, two rabble-rousers and one well-known judge. Today, we unveil the top 10 as we finish up...

    Florida lawmakers pitch sweeping springs protections

    Florida lawmakers pitch sweeping springs protections
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida policymakers are pitching major, politically perilous moves to save the state's most precious and imperiled natural springs. And they may be inciting a new water war in the process. A cadre of state senators is drafting...