Higher education will feel deep budget pains next year
Fewer students, fewer professors and higher tuitions could be a hallmark of Florida's public universities next school year.
Legislators: We did our best with the budget
TALLAHASSEE - Unable to dodge a huge budgetary bullet, the Florida Legislature has settled for promising voters the wound isn't that bad.
House reverses field on Senate sales-tax repeal
Representative files bill to restore exemption for Super Bowl tickets.
Money for prisons, cuts for schools
Millions of dollars for prisons, sure. Money for schools, not so much. The lock-'em-up Florida Legislature is set to approve a budget that includes $305 million to build three new prisons.
Schools evolution proposal could die
A proposal to let schoolteachers criticize the scientific basis of evolution may die in the Legislature because dueling plans haven't been reconciled into a single bill.
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