The 15th annual Track Superintendents’ Field Day has been scheduled for Indiana Grand Racing & Casino Sunday, June 12 through Tuesday, June 14, 2016. The three-day event draws track superintendents from all across North America Indiana Grand’s Track Superintendent, Roy … Continue reading →
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If Florida ever approves medical marijuana for sale in the state, expect to pay tax on it. Medical pot is “tangible personal property” that is “subject to sales and use tax,” a state economics panel has found. “Annual state and local government sales tax revenues could increase by an estimated $67 million after taking into account […]
Although Joy Ann-Reid no longer has her daily show The Reid Report on MSNBC, she remains a regular fixture on the cable news network as a national correspondent. She also continues to pen stories online at places like the Daily Beast, and you can now call her an author, as her book, Fracture: Barack Obama, […]
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The Maryland Jockey Club announced today its off-track betting facility at the Horseshoe Casino in downtown Baltimore has handled more than $5 million in less than six months. The simulcast facility, which has been expanded twice and is now located … Continue reading →
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Observers hoping to get a line on the talent for next Saturday’s $2 million Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) received a quick, 15-minute peek Friday morning as four pre-entrants worked just after the track opened from the morning renovation … Continue reading →
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When General Motors needs the Legislature to know its concerns, it turns to Marlene Williams. She’s the Southeast Regional Manager of Government Relations for the auto company, responsible for Florida, Alabama, and South Carolina. Williams learned her trade in the capital, having been legislative affairs director for the Department of Management Services under Gov. Rick Scott. She began in lobbying at […]
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Gov. Rick Scott announced Friday that Florida’s private-sector job growth rate led all large states last month and used the news to ask the Legislature for $250 million in business incentive funding. “Florida continues to lead other large states, including our number one competitor Texas, in job growth because our pro-business, low-tax policies are out-competing other locations […]
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