Part 68 of 69 in the series Educating America
By Mary C. Tillotson | Watchdog.org
Thousands more Florida students from low-income families could have access to private schools if lawmakers approve a bill to expand the state’s tax-credit scholarship program.
The bill allows the scholarship amount to increase from 72 percent to 84 percent of the state’s per-pupil [...]
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A Florida family’s 20 year battle to build on their own land remains unresolved, but their efforts to fight excessive government permitting costs have given property rights advocates and land developers something to cheer about.Read More →
By William Patrick | Florida Watchdog
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The National Security Agency apparently isn’t the only government agency engaged in domestic spying.
Local law enforcement is playing the role of Big Brother, too, but to what extent is still unknown.Read More →
A new moral movement wants to influence state government, and it’s not the religious right.Read More →