Florida Gov. Rick Scott thinks Florida’s teachers are underpaid, so he is asking state lawmakers to put aside money in the coming year to give them pay raises.
Many people usually go out and grab a salad for lunch in hopes to slim down their waistline. That same salad, however, could also be slimming down their wallets.
Miami Beach City Commissioners signed off on a new $441 million budget Thursday night.
An agreement reached Tuesday would be a win-win situation for both the city of Miami and its police officers.
The Miami-Dade School Board finalized its $2.7 billion budget and tax rate for 2012-13 without cutting teachers or elective classes.
A new budget forecast released this week by state economists shows the state is expecting in 2013 to bring in enough money to meet its needs for public schools and health care programs, with $1 billion still left for reserves.
Come January, the city must pay off $45 million on a short-term loan that helped fund the PortMiami tunnel dig.
Good news for Jackson Health System is great news for South Floridians who require hospital care: Jackson approved a $1.6 billion budget Thursday.
One of the problems facing presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has been how he would pay for his massive tax cuts and vows to cut government spending and services.
Miami’s city manager officially declared a financial urgency Friday afternoon, which will give the city commission the power to cut into the unions, despite what their contracts say.