Health Care and Education Departments Spend the Most of Florida’s State Budget

By: Nick Hyder and Tian Ma With 2015 behind us, it’s worthwhile to take stock of last year’s spending by state government. A state’s spending says a lot about its priorities, and accountability to taxpayers is an important component of a democracy. The Agency for Health Care Administration tops the list of spending by state … Continue reading Health Care and Education Departments Spend the Most of Florida’s State Budget

Government Protects Consumers from Bad Haircuts

Original post date: October 02, 2014 Article by: Dan Davy Florida protects its hairy public from rogue barbers by requiring prospective barbers to pay fees and complete extensive education requirements and exams before granting permission to legally operate.  These requirements are one part of what makes Florida’s licensing the fourth most burdensome in the country … Continue reading Government Protects Consumers from Bad Haircuts

Some Miscellaneous Links to Kick Off the Week

Post date: June 04, 2013 Article by: Anonymous ●     Rick Scott and tuition hikes. ●     Should Florida spend more on education? ●     In case you missed it, Florida TaxWatch released its annual Turkey report. ●     Peace and harmony in the Supreme Court. ●     Detroit is selling some... interesting assets. ●     Classical Liberalism is on the … Continue reading Some Miscellaneous Links to Kick Off the Week