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Doris writes a weekly column for LaGaceta, the nation's only trilingual newspaper, which has pages in English, Spanish, and Italian.  Begun in 1922 for Tampa's immigrant community, it continues to thrive more than a century later.  Her column is titled "In Context," as it aims to put contemporary issues in the context of the past.

Targeted For Removal

Since statehood in 1845, eighty-five justices have served on the Florida Supreme Court. Just three have been women – and all three have been targeted for removal. This is the case again in the 2012 election.  Read More 
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Governor/Government – Get it?

After moderator Martha Raddatz separated the contenders in the second presidential debate of 2012, Mitt Romney used the brief silence to twice mutter, “Government doesn’t create jobs. Government doesn’t create jobs.”  Read More 
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