House panel okays measures to combat terrorism
TALLAHASSEE -- Lawmakers could vote as early as today on a series of bills to make the state more prepared -- and more secretive -- in dealing with terrorist threats.
Rise in dish TV tax draws static
Satellite TV users channel anger at legislators over a law aimed at "simplification" of taxes on communications.
Intangibles tax hangs in the balance of the budget
TALLAHASSEE -- Depending on whom you ask, it is a tax break for the rich or a way to let modest retirees keep more of their hard-earned savings.
GOP legislative leaders are bitterly divided on cuts
TALLAHASSEE -- A special session of the Legislature, convened to fix the biggest budget deficit in a decade, resumes today in a storm of anger and uncertainty as top Republicans criticize each other from opposite ends of the Capitol.
Public may lose dissent in power plant plans
Utilities could have less scrutiny in building facilities if a state panel approves a proposal.