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June 15, 2000

Limits may guard Tortugas' waters
Overfishing and damage to coral reefs spawn a drive to create the nation's largest undersea reserve.

Witness: Suspect ordered murder
Danny Rocha admits lying repeatedly, but he insists one thing is true: Allen Blackthorne wanted his ex-wife dead.

Gallagher drops bid for seat in Senate
After a push by Gov. Jeb Bush, Tom Gallagher decides to enter the race for state insurance commissioner.

Bush ends emissions tests
Hillsborough and Pinellas residents no longer will need the tests to renew auto tags after June 30. Some worry that pollution will rise to dangerous levels.

Experts call for new push on senior issues
As Gov. Bush touts his elderly funding record, advocates urge that more be done to meet an aging population's needs.

Bush restores Florida A&M law program
TALLAHASSEE -- With trumpets of the Florida A&M University band blasting beside him, Gov. Jeb Bush on Wednesday made it official: The Rattlers are getting their law school back.

Bar celebrates women lawyers who blazed trail
Florida's first 150 female attorneys and first five black female attorneys are recognized.

legislature 2000 Review the Times’ coverage of this year's session


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