Ahead of President Barack Obama's visit to the Port of Miami, Florida Gov. Rick Scott criticized him and the federal government for not paying their share of port improvement projects costs in the state.
The question of who will install fiber-optic networks and who will control them is key because it could impact decades of economic growth. Telecom giants like AT&T think they should be the only player.
A series of failures in the operation of the state’s unemployment insurance program has resulted in the overpayment of more than $73 million in benefits and created a backlog so long that Tennesseans have had to face unreasonable delays before receiving aid, according to a state audit report.
Source: Washington Post | Virginia |
March 25, 2013
As the three jockey for a prize worth perhaps as much as $3 billion, the presence of the classified site has left several Northern Virginia officials feeling as if one of their best prospects has been mysteriously hobbled.
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