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  • Schwarzenegger, your He-Man days have come and gone

     
    COMMENTARY Arnold Schwarzenegger's recent decision to return as executive editor of Muscle & Fitness and Flex magazines makes one thing ......
  • Ethics and campaign-finance marriage gets a bit complicated

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Legislature's much-ballyhooed marriage between campaign-finance and ethics reforms may be heading for a rocky patch. On Tuesday, the Senate moved away from the House on its campaign-finance bill (SB 1382) when the chamber's...
  • New Mexico’s “Breaking Bad” bill becomes law

     
    Yesterday, April 4, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez signed what has become known as her state's “Breaking Bad” bill into the Breaking Bad Law. Gov. Martinez had originally vetoed the bill a few weeks ago. It is geared toward returning New...
  • Senate tax-incentives super-bill emerges

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Florida lawmakers are advancing a sweeping package of reforms of state economic-incentives that would require more rapid and detailed disclosure of the tax-breaks companies have received to fill jobs and closer scrutiny of their...
  • Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll resigns

     
    TALLAHASSEE — After a tumultuous two years, Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll has resigned in the wake of a federal probe into a company she represented with ties to Internet cafes. “Effective immediately, I hereby resign the Office of...
  • Free enterprise under attack? Governor and GOP host business forum

     
    A few weeks ago, the head of the Florida Chamber of Commerce painted a gloomy picture of free enterprise in the Sunshine State, saying that elected leaders haven't done enough to create a business-friendly climate. Chamber President Mark Wilson told me...
  • Here's why putting the AG next in line for the governor's office could be a problem

     
    Under the amendment...the attorney general would be next in line if the governor died, quit or was removed from office. That makes a lot of sense. Candidates for attorney general are subject to far more voter scrutiny than those for......
  • Madigan out of touch... no, really

     
    By Jessica Reynolds Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan, arguably the most powerful man in the state, does not own a cellphone. This stunning revelation was made known Tuesday when Gov. Quinn explained to the press how he tried to phone......
  • Weeks in review

     
    A roundup of state and local news-review and weekly political chat shows. Descriptions provided by the broadcast outlets in most cases: Connected to Chicago(.mp3 file, right click to download) WLS-AM 890. Host Bill Cameron with Greg Hinz of Crain's...
  • FDP doesn’t think Gov. Scott’s new focus on families is “genuine”

     
    Gov. Rick Scott is failing at his promises to create jobs and does not have a history of focusing on families like he now says is his priority. Or at least, that is what the Florida Democratic Party is outraged about. Scott touting his “Florida...
  • Orange superintendent to be honored during Gov. Scott speech

     
    Barbara Jenkins, superintendent of Orange County schools, is one of two educators who is to be metnioned by name in Gov. Rick Scott's annual state-of-the-state speech Tuesday, officials said. The other is a teacher from Tampa. Jenkins will be in...