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A legislative push to save Florida's springs could hinge on whether voters this fall require policymakers to pump billions of dollars into conservation efforts. The Senate is planning to pass a springs-protection plan that would force developers,
The sale of e-cigarettes to minors may be banned across the state this year, with the door left open for more local regulation of the growing industry. A House bill to stop minors from buying e-cigarettes, widely popular in the Florida Legislature,
Once again, China's local governments are reportedly tilting toward investment-driven programs to avert an economic slowdown. Guangdong, Hainan, Tianjin , Jiangxi and Guizhou - have launched stimulus packages with a combined value of 7.13 trillion
Hope and cynicism are running neck and neck in the race to give Eastern Kentucky a better future...But then the Republican Senate drove the legislature into a surprise move by blocking its usual severance-tax spending spree, thus preserving $15
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PhilippinesHow well are the mayors managing the funds of their cities and municipalities? Thanks to a new project of the Department of Finance (DOF), ordinary citizens may now find out how good their local governments are at handling taxpayer money.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and Noble Energy Inc., Colorado's largest oil producers, are waging a media campaign to promote the benefits of hydraulic fracturing as residents push statewide measures to restrict the drilling technique as a threat to the
The problem is, however, that China's growth is in part driven by over investment in construction and manufacturing sectors, fueling asset bubbles that parallel those of Japan in the late 1980s. With one major difference: China's overinvestment is
13 April 2014 11:21 PM A group representing local Texas governments struck a deal last week with transportation officials over a controversial plan that would have required that some state highways be put under control of the cities they are in.
Vacation rental regulation truce Local governments and the vacation-rental industry appear to have struck a truce in a long-running battle over how to regulate single-family homes rented out to tourists. Three years ago, the industry persuaded the