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Editorial cartoons for Thursday from Times wire services.

Published Aug. 14, 2019

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  3. Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-Lakeland, has proposed legislation to give lawmakers the same secrecy protections as police and judges. [STEVE CANNON  |  Special to the Times]
    Lawmakers don’t face the same dangers as police officers. Voters also need proof they live in the district they were elected to represent.
  4. Peacocks and peahens at a home on 26th Avenue N in the Disston Heights neighborhood of St Petersburg. [Tampa Bay Times]
    Nitwits have tried to board commercial flights with emotional-support ducks, turkeys, non-frozen Florida iguanas, flatulent pot-bellied pigs and a freaking peacock, writes Carl Hiaasen.
  5. Opponents of the SB 404, known as the "parental consent" bill, gather at a press conference at the Capitol in Tallahassee. The bill requires girls under the age of 18 get a parent's consent before having an abortion and was approved Wednesday in its final committee stop. (AP Photo/Aileen Perilla) [AILEEN PERILLA  |  AP]
    Here’s what readers are saying in Tuesday’s letters to the editor
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    An impeached but re-elected Trump would feel few restraints on his power, writes a Stetson law professor.
  7. A woman enters a Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles driver's license service center, in Hialeah. [WILFREDO LEE  |  AP]
    This is a small way to change a system that has large, underlying problems.
  8. Then-House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions, R-Texas, examines a printout of the $1.1 trillion spending bill to fund the government for the 2016 budget year and extend $650 billion in tax cuts.
    Here’s what readers are saying in Monday’s letters.
  9. AUSCHWITZ [SOMER  |  Abaca Press]
    An awful anniversary reminds how little time and distance has passed, writes Leonard Pitts.
  10. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks during a campaign event Monday in Grimes, Iowa. [PATRICK SEMANSKY  |  AP]
    Here’s some interesting commentary from the opposite poles of the political spectrum.
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