The Foundation for Government Accountability debuted a new website Monday — an online database of the salaries of Florida’s public employees: FloridaOpenGov.org.
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Gov. Rick Scott will today ask the Joint Legislative Budget Commission to approve a controversial home visiting grant from the Affordable Care Act.
Florida lawmaker hopeful state will receive federal early childhood funds despite Affordable Care Act suit
According to Healthy State, state Rep. Darryl Rouson, D-St. Petersburg, a member of the Legislative Budget Commission, expects that the committee will accept the millions in Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting program grant money allocated to the state by the Affordable Care Act.
The home visiting grants were More…
Florida is one of a handful states rejecting grants from the federal health care reform law, a key strategy suggested in literature provided at this year’s American Legislative Exchange Council conference, a conference many Florida legislators attended. #
In January 2007, a woman was diagnosed with vulvar cancer while she was held in a Florida jail. The doctors had scheduled a follow-up evaluation, but she did not receive treatment before she was transfered to Broward Correctional Institution. #
Gov. Rick Scott, once vehemently opposed to federal spending, is going to ask the Legislature (again) for the budget authority needed to apply for funds from the federal health care reform law. This request comes More…
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Education released the final criteria for its Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge — and it looks like Florida is still in jeopardy of losing eligibility for $100 million in federal education grants because of the state’s rejection of federal funds. #
State Rep. Matt Hudson, R-Naples, says the Legislature will yet again reject home visiting grants from the federal government because the money is still allocated from the Affordable Care Act. #
The state Legislature has created a bit of More…