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Crowley Political Report: Charlie Crist Offers 20 Years Of Tax Returns Telling Rick Scott To Do The Same
Well it appears that tax returns are becoming a focal point of electing the next governor of Florida. Former Governor Charlie Crist just unloaded 10 years of tax returns and is promising to provide another 10 years.
Florida Today: Florida wildlife worker bitten by cobra
An employee cleaning a snake cage at a Florida wildlife sanctuary was in critical condition after being bitten by a cobra early Thursday, wildlife officials said.
News-Press: Southwest Florida experiencing growth spurt
Bradenton.com: State IG closes probe into former Manatee school officials
The financial activities of the Manatee County School District’s former senior leadership team does not warrant further investigation, according to the Office of the Inspector General.
News-Journal: Volusia County Health Department earns state honors
The Volusia County Health Department received eight of the 54 awards received by the Florida Department of Health in the 2014 Prudential Productivity Awards Program.
Florida Today: Brevard schools sales-tax run would last 6 years
If approved in November, the tax would raise $32 million a year for school facilities, security and technology. It would bring Brevard’s sales tax from 6 to 6.5 percent.
NWF Daily News: Investigation: Active shooter exercise was by the book (DOCUMENT)
A “Code Gray” active shooter exercise conducted in early March at Okaloosa County Health Department headquarters may have scared some people, but it was done by the book.
Bloomberg: Walker’s Path to Wisconsin Capitol Wound Through Legal Thicket
In 3 1/2 years as the state’s chief executive, preceded by eight years as Milwaukee County’s top elected official, the 46-year-old Republican clashed with public-employee unions and provoked an unprecedented number of recall attempts against lawmakers who supported him in 2011 and 2012 –
Chicago Tribune: Reviews: ‘Scalia’ by Bruce Allen Murphy, ‘Uncertain Justice’ by Laurence Tribe and Joshua Matz
In recent years, the Supreme Court of the United States has taken a markedly conservative turn. The trend is by no means new. It began gradually after Chief Justice Earl Warren’s retirement in 1969.
New Orleans Advocate: FLORIDA OFFICIAL, N.O. NATIVE, TO TAKE OVER JULY 7
The head of the Miami-Dade County public housing agency in Florida has been tapped to lead the Housing Authority of New Orleans as it returns to local governance after more than a decade under federal control.
NJ.com: NJ court: Retired public workers have a contract right to cost-of-living adjustments
A state appeals court ruled today that New Jersey’s nearly 300,000 retired public workers have a contract right to yearly increases in their pension benefits, and those cost-of-living adjustments are part of the state’s benefits package.
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