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Daytona Beach News-Journal – Cap, trade, conserve, tax: Florida’s way out of crisis: The warming of the planet is a severe global problem. It’s just as severe a local and state problem. Volusia and Flagler counties’ economies, from tourism to real estate, depend on a quality of life — and, literally, on square footage — that’s increasingly vulnerable to climatic shock. Lakeland Ledger – A mind boggling increase: Florida Power & Light Co. is skating on thin ice (mostly melted…

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Highlights from Sunday’s editorial pages from the newspapers along the I-4 Corridor, with h/t to Rob Pickering: Lakeland Ledger – Public Plan Needed For Health Care: “In a country that pays far more for health insurance than other, less wealthy nations – and gets less for its money – there must be a way.” Daytona Beach News-Journal – Single Payer Silence: “If Medicare is good enough for the 65-and-older set, why wouldn’t it, or a similar system — paid for,…

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Every Sunday I am thankful to Robert Pickering and the rest of Metro I-4 news for compiling the highlights of the Sunday editorial pages: The Legislature’s actions during its session is the focus of today’s editorials among the five largest newspapers serving the I-4 corridor from St. Petersburg to Daytona Beach. Here is a brief rundown of what the various newspaper editorial boards are opining: Daytona Beach News-Journal: Dealing in Secrecy – The newspaper notes that the legislative session recently…

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The Legislature’s actions during it’s session is the focus of today’s editorials among the five largest newspapers serving the I-4 corridor from St. Petersburg to Daytona Beach. Here is a brief rundown of what the various newspaper editorial boards are opining: Daytona Beach News-Journal: Dealing in Secrecy – The newspaper notes that the legislative session recently ended was not good for champions of open government and open records. The politicos in Tallahassee passed eight of between 50 and 60 proposals…

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