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Legislative aide Greg Giordano discusses what will happen during the 2013 legislative session.
The National School Board Action Center is urging the president and Congress to continue vital school programs.
Blogger Mark S. Hankins says Americans should be shocked by the stranglehold financial institutions have on the economy.
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Used cooking oils are a serious problem for home plumbing and Hillsborough County's wastewater collection system.
The school district will form a task force to look at its policies and procedures regarding students with special needs.
Dorian Eber of Wesley Chapel believes Romney is the man to get the country back on track.
Terry Kemple is challenging longtime school board member Carol Kurdell.
The animal shelter is expanding its hours to facilitate the adoption of more pets and to allow pet owners to search for their lost pets.
The James Madison Institute, a nonpartisan, nonprofit research organization, has created a user-friendly guide to help voters prepare.
The task force will study ways to reduce the number of dogs and cats that are killed at Hillsborough County Animal Services.
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