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SPB: A round-up of Sunday editorials from Florida’s leading newspapers

The Hillsborough County School Board should agree Tuesday to accept the recommendations from district officials and a task force that would overhaul the district’s discipline plan.

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Tampa Bay Times: Gwen Graham: ‘My goal is to run for re-election in Florida’s 2nd Congressional District.’

“I’m waiting like everybody else to see what maps are produced,” the first-term Democrat from Tallahassee said

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Tallahassee Democrat: If Florida is the crazy cousin, Vermont is the laid-back, sensible uncle

I am a fifth-generation native Floridian, so I’m used to living in a gorgeous state where people trash the joint and treat it like a rented car.

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PINAC: Two Florida Students Violently Arrested After Telling Off-Duty Cop to Teach His Son Manners

The scene appeared so bad that the friend recording it began to cry.

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Northeast Escambia: Florida Gov’t Weekly Roundup: Battle Lines And Power Lines

After the Florida Supreme Court struck down the state’s existing congressional districts as an unconstitutional gerrymander in a July 9 ruling, …

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NEWS PRESS: Florida lawmakers should fight for affordable energy

With the Environmental Protection Agency set to finalize its “Clean Power Plan” regulation next month, a key question looms: How will higher energy prices affect working families?

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Panama City News Herald: Poll gives Bush double-digit lead in Florida

Former Gov. Jeb Bush has “separated himself” from other Republican presidential candidates in Florida, leading all of them by double digits,…

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Tallahassee Democrat: Governor, lay off Florida’s state parks

Governor Scott, on behalf of the millions of Floridians and tourists who enjoy our award-winning state parks, I have a message for you — Lay off them. They are not for profit nor for plunder.

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Sarasota Herald-Tribune:  The price of bad advice

The sales practices of Primerica and those Florida public-sector workers took center stage last week during a U.S. Senate subcommittee …

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Huffington Post: People With Disabilities Are Twice As Likely To Be Poor. These Businesses Are Fighting That Stat

The staggering unemployment and poverty rates among people with disabilities is a reminder of how much work still needs to be done to protect this underserved demographic.

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