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An approach to chronic homelessness that actually works? A Hillsborough task force is banking on it.
By Lisa Marzilli
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Why close a prison that actually works?
An exemplary women’s prison in Hillsborough boasts successful training programs and dedicated volunteers. The state wants to close it.
Wrongful convictions lead to possible legal changes in Florida
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Can public campaign finance be saved? Supporters say it's good for democracy; Amendment 1 would repeal it
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Clarifying or Undermining Fair Districts? Voters Decide in November
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