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  • Florida editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: May 12 Miami Herald on reforming prisons: Gov. Rick Scott's executive order affirms that the state of Florida is serious about prison reform. And his signature should just be the beginning of what must be done...
  • Time for change at children's museum

    Time for change at children's museum
    Nobody wants to see the Young At Art museum in Davie suffer fatal financial troubles, but unless change happens quickly, the trend line looks bleak. The children's art museum continues to make headlines for financial troubles. And when this organization...
  • Democratic opposition rising against defense spending bill

    Growing Democratic opposition to the nearly $612 billion defense policy bill is casting doubt on its outcome in the House this week. President Barack Obama has threatened to veto the bill, which historically has garnered overwhelming bipartisan support....
  • SD 230, most feeder districts to still lose state aid under new bill

    A town hall meeting this week on a bill that would change the way the state assigns funds for public education provided a similar scene for both speakers and community members at Sandburg High School in Orland Park. "Well, here we are again, it's just...
  • West Virginia editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers: May 6 Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on tax reform: The Joint Select Committee on Tax Reform did the best thing it could do Monday to start developing a tax reform plan for West Virginia. It...
  • Appeals court skeptical of fairness of trader's conviction

    An appeals court panel on Wednesday expressed doubts about the fairness of a prosecution that led to a prison sentence for a man convicted of defrauding a government bailout program. A three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had plenty...
  • Buyer To Pay $17.6 Million For Hartford's Goodwin Square

    Buyer To Pay $17.6 Million For Hartford's Goodwin Square
    HARTFORD — Goodwin Square, a trophy downtown office complex, drew a high bid of $17.6 million Wednesday in an online auction, and the sale once again raises questions about the future of its long-closed hotel. The high bid was listed on auction....
  • Eurozone growth outstrips US despite fresh Greek recession

    The eurozone economy is growing faster than the U.S. and at its highest tick in nearly two years despite a disappointing slowdown in Germany and recession's return in Greece. The economy of the 19 countries that use the euro grew by a quarterly rate of...
  • Amid slower growth, California's Obamacare exchange cuts proposed spending

    Amid slower growth, California's Obamacare exchange cuts proposed spending
    After using most of $1 billion in federal start-up money, California's Obamacare exchange is preparing to go on a diet. That financial reality is reflected in Covered California's proposed budget, released Wednesday, as well as a reduced forecast...
  • Pennsylvania property tax cut proposal passes state House

    Pennsylvanians would see billions in lower school property taxes under a proposal that made it out of the state House on Wednesday and into the hands of the Senate. The House voted 105-86 for what supporters called the most significant action in...
  • New coalition will push lawmakers to fund Tennessee roads

    Raising taxes is never popular, but a new coalition says the lack of funding for Tennessee's roads and bridges has reached a crisis point requiring action. Tennessee has more than $8 billion in unfunded transportation needs, thanks to a gas tax that...