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  • Scott's vows on growth falling short

    One of Gov. Rick Scott's central selling points to economically rattled voters in 2010 was his direct line to Corporate America. He promised to cut corporate taxes, make Florida's business climate the best in the country and promote the turnaround in...
  • Dozens of Broward politicians lend support to state gay rights group

    Dozens of Broward politicians lend support to state gay rights group
    Equality Florida, the statewide gay rights group, has its big Broward fundraiser this weekend, and dozens of local elected officials are lending their names to the effort.  They’re mostly Democrats, with a smattering of Republicans. The list is...
  • Sun Sentinel Voter Guide

    Sun Sentinel Voter Guide
    Be prepared for Election Day with poll locations, our candidate endorsements and a guide to the amendments! SUN SENTINEL ENDORSEMENTS President Mitt Romney (R) U.S. Senate Bill Nelson (D) U.S. Representative District 20: Alcee Hastings (D) District...
  • Florida Senate praises Space Day, blasts Washington

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Space Day in the state Capitol always brings out aerospace and engineering executives to sell Florida lawmakers on the virtues of investing in the state's space industry. Wednesday was no different. But it has become an increasingly...
  • Senate pulls a fast one, will cut 6.5 percent from schools after all (sort of)

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Last week, Senate PreK-12 Education Budget Chairman David Simmons said the chamber's classroom spending plan was essentially break-even for school districts. That is, per-pupil student funding wouldn't see much of a cut, at all. But on...
  • Destination gaming dead, Jones says

     
    The Legislature's biggest hope for a gaming expansion this legislative session is dead, the Senate's point man on gaming said Tuesday. Sen. Dennis Jones, R-Seminole, said that he is withdrawing bills that would bring Las Vegas-style casinos to Florida...
  • Senate budget panel scraps pension compromise

     
    Lawmakers from both parties squabbled over a new proposal to revamp the Florida Retirement System Thursday that emerged this week, after Senate leadership jettisoned a compromise crafted by the Senate Governmental Oversight and Accountability Committee...
  • Here are the real conservatives in Florida

     
    The American Conservative Union, which has long ranked the most and least conservative members of Congress, has set its sights on the Florida Legislature. You can read the full report here. The group based its ranking on how legislators voted on nearly...
  • Gaetz: Legislature should ‘reconsider’ single sales factor law if it doesn’t lure new capital to Florida

     
    The incoming president of the Florida Senate says the Legislature should revisit a tax break it passed last spring if the measure does not ultimately attract new capital spending to the state. “If it turns out that this change in the tax code does...
  • Florida Senate passes its own new map, over complaints of racial ‘packing’

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Over complaints that its work continued decades-old gerrymandering, Senate Republicans rammed through a proposed map for their own 40 seats that more evenly divides population gains over the last decade and maintains an electoral...
  • Today in Tallahassee: More federal bashing, term-limits, and regulating food for poor people

     
    TALLAHASSEE — House and Senate lawmakers christen Week Four of the 60-day session with a slate of committee hearings on water permitting, climate-change repealing, federal government bashing, and agriculture industry incentives. The House Federal...
  • Republicans seek new support among Jewish voters

    June 6, 2011 Generations of Jewish loyalty to the Democratic Party is under stress – a transformation that may be accelerated by Jewish voters’ concerns about President Barack Obama’s policies toward Israel. The stakes are huge. The...