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July 21, 2000

Interim president may keep UF reins
A committee of the regents, whose search collapsed, wants Charles Young to take the permanent job. The chancellor is optimistic that he will.

Emissions test hearing ends with a whimper
The EPA was flooded by mail favoring tests, but only 40 people -- fans and foes -- show up in West Palm.

Field for insurance post narrows
State Rep. Tim Ireland says he will not run for state insurance commissioner.

Judges' jobs are no longer as secure
Higher pay and fewer open positions attract candidates. It also may be the last time for an election.

Regents vow to fight board's demise
Some members of the Board of Regents say they'll study alternatives to the governor's plans to disband the board.

Company sues state over disputed radio network job
Motorola Inc. says the state broke the law by negotiating with a competing company to finish the job.

House member accuses GOP of 'terrorist tactics'
State Rep. Lois Frankel says Democrats will not be intimidated and will stage a comeback.

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