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Under new budget pressures, Florida Senate debates Medicaid expansion

TALLAHASSEE — A potential budget crisis is fueling a new conversation about Medicaid expansion in Florida. The issue was a non-starter in 2014, largely because House Republicans oppos …

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Rays host Orioles as spring exhibition season starts at 1 p.m. today

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Seminole Hard Rock looking at new hotel project

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  1. What a week it'll be!

    Bars & Spirits

    For an annual event only in its fourth year, Tampa Bay Beer Week feels like a long-running institution. It's when the bay area's bars, breweries, restaurants, retailers and distributors come together to celebrate our thriving local beer scene, with events running Saturday through March 15. It's become so sprawling, …

  2. Americana on display

    Visual Arts

    TAMPA — The Tampa Museum of Art will be hosting "American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell" from Saturday through May 31.

    Tampa Museum of Art preparator James Rodger levels a Norman Rockwell-illustrated Saturday Evening Post for “American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell,” which runs Saturday through May 31. The cost is $15, with groups, seniors, military members and students eligible for discounts. The museum, which opens at 11 a.m. daily, is at 120 Gasparilla Plaza in downtown Tampa next to Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
  3. Tell Me About It: Wedding invite list poses potential issue

    Relationships

    Q: One of my friends invited me to her wedding. She is also friends with a man I was in an abusive relationship with, and who assaulted me after we broke up. This all happened years ago.

  4. Trashy Treasures offers bargains for the art-minded

    Events

    DUNEDIN

    If you like your artwork a little on the trashy side, then head to the Dunedin Fine Art Center, where the once-loved will be re-homed at rock-bottom prices.

    These silver-plated pieces will be for sale.
  5. Editorial: Clinton should be held accountable for secret email system

    Editorials

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrogantly flouted federal law by conducting the nation's business using a secret, personal email account and failing to routinely share those documents with government archivists. Creating her own communications system enabled her to conduct public business in private and left …

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrogantly flouted federal law by conducting the nation’s business using a secret personal email account and failing to routinely share those documents with government archivists.

    So it begins: Pass-rusher Trent Cole to visit Bucs today

    The Bucs are getting an early start on free agency, with defensive end Trent Cole, cut by the Eagles this week, coming to Tampa on Thursday to visit team facilities and meet with Bucs officials....

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    Quinnipiac poll: Scott Walker, Jeb Bush top competitive GOP presidential field

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush lead a crowded field of Republicans in a new poll of potential 2016 potential presidential contenders. Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a far wider lead among Democrats....

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    For openers, Rays vs. Orioles

    UPDATE, 8:32: Here is the Orioles lineup:
    DeAza rf
    Cabrera 2b
    Clevenger c
    Snider lf
    Paredes 3b
    Urrutia dh
    Parmalee 1b
    Lough cf
    Flaherty ss
    Chen p...

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