State TV Tax Fight Goes To U.S. Supreme Court

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Pointing to “protectionism,” a major satellite-television company is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a constitutional challenge to a Florida law that sets different tax rates for cable and satellite TV services.

The Duval County School Board on Monday voted 4-to-2 to join at least 10 other Florida districts in suing to block a new state education law.

Honorably discharged veterans could get a two-month break from sales taxes under a measure filed by Miami Democratic Representative Kionne  McGhee.

Lawmaker Wants To Repeal Sports Stadium Funding Pool

Aug 23, 2017

State lawmakers again will consider a proposal to discard an unused pool of state sales-tax dollars available to build and upgrade professional sports stadiums.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott wants to put a constitutional amendment on the ballot that would make it harder for state legislators to raise taxes or fees.