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  • 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....
  • Weekly remarks: President Obama on Wall Street reform, Rep. Mike Pence on economy and taxes

     
    Weekly remarks by President Obama, as prepared by the White House This week, I signed into law a Wall Street reform bill that will protect consumers and our entire economy from the recklessness and irresponsibility that led to the worst......
  • Segal is wrong about what Jacobs said

     
    The Sentinel's editorial board interviewed Teresa Jacobs Thursday, but I'm not sure that Bill Segal's campaign was watching the same interview. The Segal camp sent out a press release Friday, a portion of which isn't true. Now, the editorial board doesn't...
  • John Kerry saves $500,000 by docking ultra-luxury yacht in other state

     
    A half-a-million dollars here, a half-a-million dollars there, it all adds up when your new boat cost $7 million....
  • Michael Hiltzik: When politicians feather their own nests

     
    It's easy to grasp how city officials in the municipality of Bell have lined their pockets with preposterously high salaries, and easy to feel the Bell taxpayers' outrage. But how different is that from a prospective California governor proposing an......
  • Rick Scott’s road show, birthers, and budget-cuts

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott hit Pensacola today, ending a six-day bus tour that involved several wrong turns, a lot of sweaty canvassing, and big crowds interested in seeing the man whose face has been plastered on their...
  • Ax the Tax tells Orange no new taxes

     
    Orange County's School Board wants to ask you for more money. But the region's tax bulldog says no, no, no. Board members want to ask voters to increase property taxes by $1 for every $1,000 of taxable value.  The district needs it, they say, to pay for....
  • Tax increases, budget up for approval in Orange tomorrow

     
    Orange County's school board is set to approve its $1.4 billion operating budget for the 2010-11 school year tomorrow. It includes a .25 mill-increase earmarked for critical needs. That tax is an optional tax the Legislature permitted districts to levy to...
  • Obama is Brad Pitt's cousin? And 5 other political oddities from 'The View'

     
    Barack Obama will be on "The View" on Thursday. Here's a look at Michelle Obama, John McCain talking about Sarah Palin, Bill Clinton and others on the show....
  • Lake School Board lowers property-tax rate

     
    Lake County School Board members have given tentative approval to a $630 million budget for the coming school year that includes money for whittling class sizes, opening a new elementary school in Sorrento and giving teachers small pay raises. The day-...