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  • Firefighters, governor part of Palm Beach County's Tallahassee lobbying swing

     
    Firefighters and the governor are adding some extra attention to Palm Beach County???s annual lobbying push in Tallahassee. Palm Beach County government and business leaders have converged on Tallahassee today for a lobbying swing intended draw the...
  • Progressive group rallies, targets lawmakers, businesses that supported Gov. Scott

     
    Florida Watch opened the 2012 Legislative Session Tuesday by targeting Gov. Rick Scott and lawmakers and businesses who have supported his budgets and policies, declaring them “anti-middle class.” About 75 people joined Florida Watch at a...
  • Gambling bill passes Senate Committee test

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The destination casinos bill passed a first round test Monday afternoon, by a 7-3 vote in the Senate Regulated Industries Committee. The bill was substantially reworked from the original bill, requiring a referendum in any county...
  • 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┬átheir own 40 seats that more evenly divides population gains over the last decade and maintains an electoral...
  • Telecom companies seek tax changes that some say could rip big holes in state and local budgets

     
    Verizon Communications Inc., Comcast Corp. and other big telecom companies are lobbying Florida lawmakers to exempt a host of digital items from the state’s communications tax, in an overhaul the industry says is needed to adapt to rapidly...
  • Senate says bye-bye to bike handlebar requirement

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Want to ride a bicycle with no hands? The Florida Senate says you can do that now. The Senate Wednesday passed legislation that would remove a requirement that bicyclists keep at least one hand on the handlebars while riding. The...
  • Haridopolos strips prison privatization foe Fasano of committee chair

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate President Mike Haridopolos stripped Sen. Mike Fasano, R-New Port Richey, of his chairmanship of the Senate Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations Committee Wednesday as resistance led by Fasano mounted over a prison...
  • Telecom tax cuts advance, but sponsor promises changes

     
    Tax cuts sought by Verizon Communications Inc., Comcast Corp. and the rest of the state’s telecom industry cleared another legislative hurdle Monday morning, though the measure's sponsor promised changes to allay concerns about the potential long-...
  • Telecom tax changes suddenly stall in the Senate

     
    Tax changes sought by big telecommunications companies suddenly stalled in the Senate on Thursday amid questions about the long-term impact to state and local government finances. The Senate’s Finance and Tax committee completely rewrote the...
  • Senate fight breaks out over pink rabbits and green chicks

     
    A bizarre flashpoint broke out on the floor of the Florida Senate on Tuesday morning over an effort to repeal a 45-year-old ban on dyeing animals such as rabbits, baby chickens and ducklings. In a last-minute amendment to an omnibus agriculture bill, Sen....
  • Wednesday Morning Reads: Voter rolls, campaign contests and Katherine Harrs

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and welcome to the Wednesday morning reads. Here are the top five stories we're reading this morning. * UCF is looking at a 15 percent tuition increase, the Orlando Sentinel reports. * The Tampa Bay Times looks at George...