Legislative news

Cerra, Bob
June 2010
Florida Media Quarterly;Summer2010, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p16
The article offers information related to the 2010 Legislative Session report in the U.S. It mentions the overview of the public school funding, in which the Legislature claims of a hold harmless. It mentions that the Legislature has considered massive budget cuts to the state funding for public library grants to qualify for the federal library grants. It adds that the 2010 election season is said to be extremely important not only for future of Florida but also to its direction.


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