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Both the Hillsborough County Commission and School Board have races in November 2014.
As news about possible abuses of power on the federal level continues to break, we’d like to get your take about what’s been going on Tampa Bay.
The city of Sarasota just enacted a law aimed at getting motorists to turn down the volume. Now, other local governments are following suit. Should they?
The Florida House and Senate recently approved a measure that would make driving slow in the fast lane punishable by a fine. Do you think this is a good idea?
Drivers who want to appeal a ticket might have to pay up to $250 in additional fees if Gov. Rick Scott signs a new bill into law. Do you think that’s right?
A law that would have ended permanent alimony in Florida didn’t get Gov. Rick Scott’s stamp of approval. Do you think he was right to nix the legislation?
Hillsborough County plans to allow healthy stray cats to be returned to the wild after they’ve been sterilized and vaccinated. Not everyone thinks the county’s plan is the best way to reduce animal deaths. What do you think, Lutz?
The county’s $1.3 million plan is meant to reduce the number of animal deaths. Do you think it will work, Lutz?
The Florida Legislature has passed a merit-based pay raise that will go into effect next year.
One Florida County has given elementary school principals the green light to paddle misbehaving students. What do you think about this, Tampa Bay?
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