Nov 21, 2015

GOP lawmakers on Scott and higher taxes: 'This has got to stop' | Tampa Bay Times

When Gov. Rick Scott rolls out his budget proposal in Jacksonville next Monday, he will likely highlight tax cuts and more money for public education. But a spike in school spending will likely have to come from higher property taxes on small businesses and homeowners, and that has some Republican legislators angry. "This has got to stop," says Republican Rep. Fred Costello of Ormond Beach...

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