A roundup of Sunday editorials from Florida’s leading newspapers: Tampa Bay Times — Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination With much of the attention during this unpredictable presidential campaign focused on conservative Republicans eager to back an uncompromising outsider, many Democrats are just as determined to buck the establishment and pursue a more liberal direction. […]
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The Bayakoa Stakes (G3) at Oaklawn will feature nine fillies and mares going 8.5f on the dirt. Sarah Sis (#4) is the 9/5 morning line favorite and looking at the most important factors for this race type, she certainly looks … Continue reading →
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Republican White House hopefuls insisted that President Barack Obama step aside and allow his successor to nominate the next Supreme Court justice, in a raucous Saturday night debate that also featured harshly personal jousting over immigration and foreign policy. The debate was shaken by the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia hours before the […]
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Despite Tommy Hazouri choosing to withdraw the HRO expansion bill (and taking the slings and arrows of character assassination from HRO expansion advocates in the process), the Jacksonville Coalition for Equality remains steadfast in its commitment to a fully-inclusive bill. A long statement from the JCE had a couple of interesting sentences. One of them: “we look […]
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The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia jolted the Republican primary hours before Saturday night’s debate, with Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio arguing that Scalia’s replacement must be nominated by the next president, not Barack Obama. Cruz called the conservative Scalia an “American hero” and said the Senate should “ensure that the next president […]
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The Injured Jockeys Fund has released several figures from a study which suggest that female riders are four times as likely to have experienced concussion as their male counterparts. The IJF is encouraging female jockeys to participate in the research, … Continue reading →
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Sunland Park released the following statement on its Facebook page on Saturday: “Sunland Park is pleased to announce live racing will return on Friday, February 26, 2016. More details on protocols for horses entered on race days will be available … Continue reading →