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  • Malloy: No 'Meaningful' Cuts In Business Aid

    Malloy: No 'Meaningful' Cuts In Business Aid
    Severely hoarse and running late, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy talked about one of his least controversial policies at the monthly breakfast of the MetroAlliance in Hartford Tuesday: helping new companies start up. He then left without taking questions from...
  • Is Hogan inevitable in 2018?

    Is Hogan inevitable in 2018?
    I couldn't decide whether I was more amused or bemused by Richard J. Cross III's op-ed about the possible Democratic candidates for governor four years from now ("Who will challenge Hogan in 2018?" Nov. 15). Republican Gov.-elect Larry Hogan hasn't even...
  • Is The Sun affiliated with the Republican Party?

    Is The Sun affiliated with the Republican Party?
    I'm really getting tired of the negative comments against Democratic politicians that are made by former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. ("Hillary all over again," Nov. 16). Is it necessary to publish his negative comments every week? If you're going to...
  • New Florida House speaker discusses legislative priorities

    New Florida House speaker discusses legislative priorities
    Rep. Steve Crisafulli, R-Merritt Island, formally moved into one of the most-powerful jobs in the state Tuesday, becoming the House speaker. First elected in 2008, Crisafulli has chaired the House Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee, was deeply...
  • Reader to The Sun: Hogan won, get used to it

    Reader to The Sun: Hogan won, get used to it
    I agree with letter writer David Byran that Governor-elect Larry Hogan has done Maryland and the entire country a great service ("Good riddance to "O'Malley," Oct. 10). Gov. Martin O'Malley is finished. He and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown can now settle...
  • Children's Cabinet seeks new focus to help Florida's children

    Children's Cabinet seeks new focus to help Florida's children
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Children and Youth Cabinet wants to re-establish itself as a "bully pulpit" for children, with better coordination among the state agencies that serve kids and more political backing from Gov. Rick Scott. A discussion...
  • Scott plans a job-themed swearing-in party

    Scott plans a job-themed swearing-in party
    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott is planning a business-financed, job-themed celebration for the fact that he is keeping his own. The Republican governor is planning jobs-themed inauguration events, including a “Jobs Jamboree” tour of the...
  • Brown failed to repay $500,000 loan on time

    Brown failed to repay $500,000 loan on time
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown, who took out a $500,000 loan from the Laborers International Union in October to keep his faltering campaign going, did not pay it off as planned, according to a financial report filed Tuesday night....
  • Rauner adds 37 to transition team

    Rauner adds 37 to transition team
    Republican Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner continued his transition to the state’s top job Wednesday by naming 37 people to serve on 10 policy committees, from agriculture to economic development to veterans affairs. Among those selected by Rauner to...
  • State Insurance Chief To Leave Dec. 11

    State Insurance Chief To Leave Dec. 11
    State Insurance Commissioner Thomas B. Leonardi, who led the department for nearly four years and traveled widely as an industry expert, is resigning to take a job with a New York investment firm. Leonardi, 60, is taking a job at Evercore Partners Inc.,...
  • Suicide bomber kills 5 in usually secure Irbil, Iraqi Kurdish capital

    Suicide bomber kills 5 in usually secure Irbil, Iraqi Kurdish capital
    A suicide car bombing stunned the normally secure northern Iraqi city of Irbil, capital of the semiautonomous Kurdish region, while Kurdish and Iraqi government forces mounted a new offensive against Islamic State militants. The explosion, which...