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November 19, 2002

The House-Senate imbalance
Only in the loosest sense could it be said that Florida's 160 state legislators "won" the seats for which they will take their oaths of office today in ceremonies at Tallahassee. Most got them essentially for the asking; effective competition was the exception, not the rule.

Security screen
The Homeland Security exemption passed by the House would threaten the public's access to information that could have serious implications for public safety.

President Bush's Iraq policy based on duty
Re: We should seek peaceful ways to solve problems.


Columns today
Mary Jo Melone
Tarnish appears on sheriff's golden boy
Some meetings you never forget.

Ernest Hooper
Music, turkeys, a soda pop quiz
Rare are the moments you find Frank Sinatra and Parliament sharing the same jukebox, but that's exactly what I encountered recently at t.he Rack, the new purple felt billiards hall on Platt Street in South Tampa.

Jan Glidewell
A dilemma of keeping out the right bad guys
Iknow I'm sticking my chin out by asking, but am I missing something?

Darrell Fry
QB injuries put seasons on brink
The playoffs are more than a month away, but the postseason picture might have taken a dramatic turn Sunday.

John Romano
Kenyatta enjoys sounds of silence from his critics
TAMPA -- Today there are questions about the direction of Kenyatta Walker's career. And, for the first time in a long while, that is a positive sign.


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