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Gov. Rick Scott signed a $180 million tax cut bill Thursday that includes two sales tax holidays that are right around the corner. Next... [Read More]
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New roads, septic-to-sewer conversions, school construction and even a police drone program are all coming to South Florida as part of the proposed state budget.... [Read More]
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Let's set aside our usual three-martini Power Lunch and go with ganja for a moment. The business of bud: Big things are happening in medical marijuana... [Read More]
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It's all about bill signing today as Gov. Rick Scott has to decide whether to sign the so-called liquor wall bill, which will determine whether... [Read More]
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Boaters will see reduced registration fees if they purchase safety equipment. [Read More]
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The countdown is on for whiskey and Wheaties. Vodka and vidalias. Tequila and tomatoes. Gin and ... well, juice. The deadline for Gov. Rick Scott... [Read More]
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Good Monday afternoon, Power Lunch readers. Gov. Rick Scott is in Orlando today for the groundbreaking of Nerd Shangri-La -- the accounting firm KPMG is... [Read More]
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No slots for you. Supreme Court just says no to slots: The Florida Supreme Court has issued a ruling that the gambling industry has been waiting... [Read More]
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Undocumented immigrants are facing both increased raids at home and arrests during regular check-ins with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. More than 43,000 immigrants in... [Read More]
The Florida Supreme Court upheld a decision by gambling regulators to deny a permit for slot machines at Gretna Racing in Gadsden County. [Read More]
Seriously, D.C. Just one day without calamity. One stinkin' day. Mueller's back! Get excited, it's the return of former FBI Director Bob Mueller, recently fired... [Read More]
I mean, can we get a day, just one single day, in which Washington, D.C., is not a seething cauldron of calamity?  The alpha and... [Read More]
Privyet, comrades! I for one welcome our new Russian overlords, and I'd like to remind them that as a trusted media personality, I can be... [Read More]
Summer break is almost here, and that brings with it images of summer camp, days at the beach and extended vacations. But without the free... [Read More]
Happy Monday. I spent most of the morning with congresspeople Ted Deutch and Lois Frankel at a workshop on hunger in South Florida. (More on... [Read More]
Medical marijuana in Florida: The answers to some burning questions about what happens now. [Read More]
This newsletter ordinarily starts with the state political news, then we get to the national stuff, and finally local. But there are times when the... [Read More]
The Florida Legislature's work is now done now. ... At least until the governor vetoes the budget. Should that happen, they'll have to come back to attempt... [Read More]
The Florida Legislature passed an $82.4 billion budget Monday that would mean significant cuts to hospitals and colleges, and big boosts to university student aid... [Read More]
Greetings, fellow South Floridians! The Legislature will go into session this afternoon to pass an $82.4 billion budget, details of which are already known, as the... [Read More]
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