Steve Miller: State Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-Lakeland, is a good example of how Florida politicians can circumvent financial disclosure laws.
FairWarning: Public health historians Gerald Markowitz and David Rosner fault paint makers and marketers, along with regulators, landlords and others, for allowing lead poisoning to persist.
Steve Miller: Senate Bill 354 extends millions of dollars in property-tax exemptions to the subsidiary of a UK-based company that builds U.S. Navy housing.
Cora Currier: Florida has the highest percentage of home loans in foreclosure in the country. So why is more than $300 million that could help homeowners sitting unused?
Ashley Lopez: For state Rep. Chris Dorworth, Amendment 4 could mean a boon for business.
Howard Goodman: Thousands of the vacant properties that blight South Florida neighborhoods are owned by the world's wealthiest banks, which often drag their feet on foreclosure proceedings because they see little profit in the houses.