By Yaël Ossowski | | Sep 10, 2015 5:00 AM | 9
Original supporters of an initiative to create an ethics board in Tallahassee say it's gone way off track and they're disillusioned, they tell
By Yaël Ossowski | | Sep 07, 2015 5:00 AM | 47
A Lansing, Mich., city attorney determined, campaigning to get money out of politics, broke the law when it put money into politics.
By Yaël Ossowski | | Aug 31, 2015 5:00 AM | 55's quest to get money out of politics comes with all-powerful ethics committees which are already leading to doubts about their efforts.
By Kenric Ward | | Aug 21, 2015 5:00 AM | 156
Same-gender middle schools are improving academic performance in Austin’s poorer neighborhoods, and more all-male and all-female campuses are opening elsewhere around Texas.
By Eric Boehm | | Aug 03, 2015 12:39 PM | 272
The smell of barbeque has landed one Florida man in trouble with his local authorities, who reportedly sent an “environmental specialist” – a fancy term for this column recognizes as little more than a run-of-the-mill government nanny – to inspect his grill and then ordered him to contain the smell to his own property
By Paul Brennan | | Jun 19, 2015 12:09 PM | 6
From Florida, where the teachers union is trying to kill school choice, to Philadelphia, where union politics may cripple the school district’s budget, it’s been an interesting week in education news.
By Josh Peterson | | Jun 18, 2015 1:17 PM | 38
Florida residents, who pay the fourth-highest wireless tax rate in the country, could see a nearly $20 reduction in their yearly wireless bill starting July 1.
By Rob Nikolewski | | Jun 17, 2015 5:00 AM | 1.3K
A recent study claims that Hispanics and African-Americans will be disproportionately hurt by the economics of the proposed EPA Clean Power Plan.
By Mary C. Tillotson | | Jun 16, 2015 5:00 AM | 138
Florida's teachers union has announced it will continue its legal battle against the state's school choice program, even after a judge threw out its lawsuit last month.
By Eric Boehm | | May 15, 2015 12:47 PM
Governors, like Rick Scott in Florida, who once opposed the idea of expanding Medicaid as part of the Affordable Care Act, are coming around - enticed by the promise of federal cash flowing to their state budgets.