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  • Social media wrap: Bachmann rallies support in D.C. for Tea Party Caucus

     
    Minnesota congresswoman poses question to both Republicans and Democrats: Are you with us, or against us?...
  • Camp McCollum: Rick Scott plan is ’silly’

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A Bill McCollum campaign advisor is calling Rick Scott's economic proposal to roll back state government to its 2004 levels “silly.” Of course, the parts he pirated from McCollum's plan — such as property tax cuts and...
  • Rubio: Crist must reveal caucus intentions

     
    by James Oliphant ORLANDO, FL -- Republican Senate candidate Marco Rubio brought his campaign to Central Florida Thursday, trying to maintain momentum in a closely-watched race that has become increasingly competitive. Rubio's bid has lost some of the...
  • Orange will ask voters to raise property taxes

     
    Orange County taxpayers may get a chance to say this fall  whether they will accept a  tax increase for  four  years to pay for public schools. If voters approve the referendum in November, the tax increase would bring in $85 million ea...
  • How does the public feel about Orange County’s school board?

     
    As the district debates whether to raise taxes by as much as 1% for 4 years, the Orlando Regional Realtor Association donated polling services to gauge how the public would receive a hike in property taxes. The results are mixed. Those surveyed...
  • Film and TV flight cost California 36,000 jobs, study says

     
    A new study confirms what any grip, camera operator or location manager will tell you: California is bleeding film jobs. The state has lost more than 36,000 jobs and $2.4 billion in wages over the last decade as production has......
  • Wall Street Roundup: Tax cuts for the rich. Paulson for the poor

     
    Good earnings give markets a jolt. Strong quarterly numbers from UPS and AT&T led the markets up after the opening bell, recovering from a downturn Wednesday caused by pessimistic testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. Mixed economic data....
  • Matt Barnes’ greatest hits with the Orlando Magic

     
    It's unlikely Matt Barnes will actually kill you … probably. But the idea sure made for some funny T-Shirts. Little else needs to be said about Barnes' impact on the basketball court than the fact that  those T-shirts, complete with a menacing pic....
  • Obama to visit Chicago Ford plant

     
    by Christi Parsons President Obama will tour the Ford plant on the south side of Chicago next week to talk about the recovery of the auto industry and the importance of investing in energy-efficient vehicles. The visit Thursday, Aug. 5......
  • Seminole school budget up for public review

     
    If you have questions or concerns about how much money is being spent on Seminole County public schools, what it's being spent on and how much property taxes you will have to fork over to pay for it all, now is the time to speak up. The School Board....
  • Text: Obama on Wall Street, economic reform and the Senate's 'partisan minority'

     
    President Obama touts Wall Street reform legislation and the extension of jobless benefits in remarks on the economy Friday from the White House....