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  • Orlando soccer stadium, 3 other projects get 1st OK for sales-tax cash

    Orlando soccer stadium, 3 other projects get 1<sup>s</sup><sup>t</sup> OK for sales-tax cash
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida's economic-development agency Friday gave support to four professional sports facilities, including Orlando's new soccer stadium, that are seeking state sales-tax dollars to help pay for construction projects. It will now...
  • Text of Gov. Rick Scott inauguration speech

    Text of Gov. Rick Scott inauguration speech
    Governor Rick Scott’s Inaugural Address Remarks as Prepared for Delivery First and foremost, thank you to the people of Florida. Without your confidence and support, we would not be here today. I certainly would never have made it here, or made it...
  • A more seasoned Scott settles in for second term

    A more seasoned Scott settles in for second term
    TALLAHASSEE – When Gov. Rick Scott is sworn in for a second term Tuesday, he'll stick to his campaign-themed goals to continue cutting taxes and regulations and to compete for new companies for Florida. There will be no controversial pledges to...
  • Stop delaying justice for victims of state's neglect: Editorial

    Stop delaying justice for victims of state's neglect: Editorial
    The state of Florida failed young Victor Barahona so often and in so many ways that his sad situation cries out for justice. Yet justice is something Victor Barahona has been denied by the Florida Legislature, specifically by the Senate under the...
  • Dems' New Year's resolutions might be tough to keep

    Dems' New Year's resolutions might be tough to keep
    TALLAHASSEE — It's a new year, and hope springs eternal for the perennially outsmarted and outspent Florida Democratic Party. While the median Floridian might be aligned with Democrats on a few hot-button issues, the median voter was not kind to...
  • Issues to watch in year ahead

    Issues to watch in year ahead
    As we turn the calendar on 2014 today, we offer you our quick take on issues to watch in 2015. So without further ado... Presidential politics: The midterm election is barely over. The new Congress is about to be seated. And already, here it comes:...
  • Here are 15 people to watch in 2015

    Here are 15 people to watch in 2015
    After 10 years of compiling a list of the "Most Powerful People in Central Florida," I decided it was time for a change. Partly because the list didn't change much from year to year. Partly because some of the people on the list had power but didn't...
  • Adam Putnam, mental health, machine guns: Letters

    Adam Putnam, mental health, machine guns: Letters
    Putnam on right track I was encouraged by what I read in the Dec. 14 Sentinel article "Putnam set for leadership role in conservation debate." Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam is on target in advocating a development of criteria for the purchasing...
  • 5-year water, land plan possible

    TALLAHASSEE -- Lawmakers might lay out future water and land preservation efforts in a five-year plan updated annually, similar to how transportation projects are prioritized. The proposal will go before lawmakers during committee weeks leading up to the...
  • Time to expand health coverage in Florida

    Time to expand health coverage in Florida
    By turning down more than $50 billion from Washington over the next decade to expand health care coverage, Florida's Republican legislative leaders have been stubborn, not smart. They've let their aversion to the Affordable Care Act, where the funding...
  • UCF downtown campus might be a tough sell in Legislature

    UCF downtown campus might be a tough sell in Legislature
    TALLAHASSEE — The University of Central Florida is planning to push for $57.8 million in state funding for its proposed downtown Orlando campus this spring. But even with the Florida Legislature's new leaders hailing from the region and backing...