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

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A round-up of Sunday editorials from Florida’s leading newspapers: Tampa Bay Times — Urgency needed on discipline changes for Hillsborough schools The Hillsborough County School District has a serious problem with school discipline and disparity in punishments between white and minority students. But after identifying the issue and committing to address it two years ago, the district appears no closer to finding solutions and implementing changes. This issue and the students who are affected by it cannot wait. The district…

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

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A round-up of Sunday editorials from Florida’s leading newspapers: Tampa Bay Times — Congress should stop undermining Obama’s Cuba policy Congress continues to be on the wrong side of Cuba policy. The Republican-led House has attached language to a series of appropriations bills that seeks to reverse the progress President Barack Obama and the Cuban government are making to bring the nations closer. These back-door efforts to frustrate diplomacy would ultimately hurt families, stable relations and business in both countries.…

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

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A round-up of Sunday editorials from Florida’s leading newspapers: Tampa Bay Times — St. Petersburg City Council boots it again on stadium stalemate The St. Petersburg City Council’s dispiriting discussion this week failed to break the unproductive stalemate over a new stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays and redevelopment of the Tropicana Field site. But it was not a total loss. The rambling conversation revealed the lack of vision and sophistication of half of the council members to grasp what…

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A round-up of Sunday editorials from Florida’s leading newspapers: Tampa Bay Times — Honoring those who died to protect us Like many federal holidays, Memorial Day has become a day that more often is associated with fellowship, food and fun than its founders’ original intent. But we should never fail to remember the sacrifices of servicemen and women who have fallen in American wars. The entire nation should take time to honor and give thanks to those who gave their…

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