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  • Politics And Prison: From Serving The Public To Serving Time

    Politics And Prison: From Serving The Public To Serving Time
    It was during a run of particularly good luck for law enforcement but bad luck for the political class that the FBI issued an assessment of the local political landscape that has lost none of its bite. "If things keep going the way they have been in...
  • Who's really 'stupid' in this Obamacare flap?

    Who's really 'stupid'  in this Obamacare flap?
    Was Obamacare sold on a pack of lies or just political spin? Questions like that have turned Jonathan Gruber, who helped to create President Barack Obama's health care plan, into a possible threat to its survival. That's why Obamacare opponents can...
  • To grow Illinois jobs, fix the tax code

    To grow Illinois jobs, fix the tax code
    Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner told voters over and over during his gubernatorial campaign that he's a "business guy," not a career politician. Given the poor state of this state, Rauner could pretty much take his pick of business issues, and Illinois would be...
  • Pay Broward property taxes at drive-through kiosk

    Pay Broward property taxes at drive-through kiosk
    Broward County residents can pay their property taxes on Tuesday and Wednesday at a drive-through kiosk in Fort Lauderdale. The kiosk will be open Nov. 25 and 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the parking lot of the Government Center Annex, 115 S. Andrews...
  • Hukill bill would cut state corporate-income tax

    Hukill bill would cut state corporate-income tax
    In an issue that has been a priority for Gov. Rick Scott, a Republican senator from Volusia County filed a bill Friday that would cut the state's corporate income tax. The bill (SB 138), filed by Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange, will be considered...
  • Tighter standards on reverse mortgages

    Are reverse mortgages headed in reverse? Based on forthcoming federal rule changes for seniors who expect to apply for one, you might think so. But as a taxpayer, you might say, bravo: Toughening up qualification standards — including such basics as...
  • Republicans Seek Special Legislative Session To Cut State Budget

    Republicans Seek Special Legislative Session To Cut State Budget
    HARTFORD — Top Republican legislators called Friday for a special legislative session to be convened by Dec. 15 to start solving the state's budget problems. The two new Republican leaders, Sen. Len Fasano of North Haven and Rep. Themis Klarides...
  • Segarra To Seek Meeting With State About Neighborhood North Of Downtown

    Segarra To Seek Meeting With State About Neighborhood North Of Downtown
    Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra said this week that would seek a meeting with state officials in the hope of gaining financing for projects north of downtown. Segarra said he had not spoken with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy about financing for the development....
  • County's $4 billion budget gives sheriff spending boost

    County's $4 billion budget gives sheriff spending boost
    Road improvements take a back seat to finding more money for the Sheriff's Office in a $4 billion Palm Beach County budget that the County Commission initially approved Monday. County commissioners held the line on the property tax rate, but rising...
  • GOP ad mocks Crist's claim of education support

    TALLAHASSEE -- It took the Republican Party of Florida all of one day to respond to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist's first ad of the political season, trumpeting his support for education while he was governor. The RPOF comeback spot...
  • Behind the numbers: Following Scott, Crist jobs and tax-cutting math

    Behind the numbers: Following Scott, Crist jobs and tax-cutting math
    TALLAHASSEE — Turn on a TV and you're going to hear Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist trying to claim credit for stewarding the state’s tourism- and housing-dependent economy through the worst global crash...