July 1, 2015

Editor's column

Focus health care on prevention

Health care costs are being driven up by better drugs, better machines and our inclination to extend our lives for as long as we can -- regardless of cost, regardless of the quality of life medicine delivers in our final days. Read more »
Published on 6/26/2015

Schools out, but far from over

At this time of year, with school years concluding and graduation ceremonies everywhere, it's hard not to think about the teachers who've had a lasting effect on us. Read more »
Published on 5/27/2015

Spotlighting Jacksonville

Jacksonville is a great place to visit — and also a great city in which to live, build a career and raise a family. It's a city on the move. Read more »
Published on 5/27/2015

Statute of limitations

The case for trading with Cuba Read more »
Published on 4/28/2015

Creating healthier communities

There's a dawning recognition in some parts of Florida that community design affects more than how a place looks and how it functions economically. Read more »
Published on 3/25/2015

Corrections course for Florida's lock ‘em up prison system

Florida, like the rest of America, has chosen to incarcerate a disproportionately large part of its population. Read more »
Published on 2/26/2015

Playing catch-up with early learning in Florida

The state spends less per child on pre-K today than it did in 2005-06. Read more »
Published on 1/28/2015

Fruitless: Chasing the yellow dragon

Decisions by Govs. Jeb Bush and Rick Scott to reject plans for a high-speed train between Tampa and Orlando are looking to be wise choices – especially in light of what California is going through... Read more »
Published on 12/26/2014

En route: Rail decisions by Florida governors

Decisions by Govs. Jeb Bush and Rick Scott to reject plans for a high-speed train between Tampa and Orlando are looking to be wise choices – especially in light of what California is going through. Read more »
Published on 11/26/2014

Florida by bike

There are more than 50 paved bike/pedestrian trails throughout Florida, most on former rail lines. Read more »
Published on 10/28/2014

No evidence showing GMOs are more dangerous non-GMOs

In his monthly column, Executive Editor Mark Howard looks at arguments for and against the use of genetically modified organisms -- most commonly referred to as GMOs. Read more »
Published on 9/26/2014

The highs and lows of marijuana acceptance

In his monthly column, Executive Editor Mark Howard discusses ramifications of legalizing medical marijuana in Florida. Read more »
Published on 7/28/2014

Ebb and flow: Managing Florida's water supply

Surface water resources and conservation both have to be part of meeting Florida's water needs. Read more »
Published on 6/27/2014

Affording it: C1 Bank's ‘living wage' pays off

Trevor Burgess, CEO of C1 Bank, decided last year that all employees should earn at least $14 an hour. Read more »
Published on 5/28/2014

Miami's New World Symphony is finely tuned

The New World Symphony trains the next generation of top classical musicians while experimenting with ways to broaden the reach of the music itself. Read more »
Published on 4/30/2014

A tale of two Florida baseball cities

In St. Petersburg, Tampa Bay Rays owner Stuart Sternberg and his management group continue, more or less, to do everything right. But in Miami, there's turmoil and conflict inside the Marlins' front office. Read more »
Published on 3/31/2014

How many trauma centers for Florida?

As hospitals urge the state to let them open trauma centers, Florida will have to decide how many centers should be allowed to open and is likely to set some rules to guide future trauma center growth. Read more »
Published on 2/28/2014

How many doctors in Florida?

Is there about to be a physician shortage in Florida? That depends on which subset of physicians you count. According to a 2013 report from the Association of American Medical Colleges, Florida ranks below the national average in the number of “active physicians” per 100,000 population -- licensed doctors who aren't retired. Read more »
Published on 1/31/2014

Core Wars: Why are Floridians objecting to Common Core State Standards?

I confess to being stupefied by the recent outpouring of objection to the Common Core State Standards Initiative. Read more »
Published on 12/10/2013

Sometimes, efficiency Is overrated

A recent experience refinancing my house made me think of one of my most memorable classroom experiences. In graduate school, for reasons I've forgotten, I chose a class with the charmless title of “Operations Management.” Read more »
Published on 11/12/2013

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