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nytimes.com/2016/08/12/business/how-much-does-donald-trump-pay-in-taxes-it-could-be-zero.htmlnytimes.com/2016/08/12/business/how-much-does-donald-trump-pay-in-taxes-it-could-be-zero.html.  Mr. Trump has said in the past that highly paid corporate executives “get away with murder” on their taxes while boasting that he pays as little as the law allows. At the same time, he has insisted that his federal income tax payments are “substantial.”
Tampa, FL - Today, Tampa area businesswomen gathered to discuss Hillary Clinton's 100-Day Jobs Plan and its impact on Florida's economy, local small businesses, and their lives as small business owners. Full video here. Participants in the roundtable included former CFO for the state of Florida Alex Sink; Dr. Erika Bethune, owner of Hands 4 Healing Chiropractic; Maryann Ferenc, owner of Mise en Place restaurant; Amy Mandel, owner of Naturally Green Products, LLC; Angelique Mathena, Vice President at Muller Group International; and Miriam Garces Leyva, owner of Chateau de M Salon.
Nine in 10 Florida voters say it’s “very important” or “somewhat important” to make it harder for criminals to get guns, according to polling released Thursday by Americans for Responsible Solutions, the group fronted by Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly. In the Senate race, Marco Rubio leads Patrick Murphy 42-40, within the margin of error.
As mayor, she would work to limit contributions from county vendors, contractors.  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Miami; Aug. 10, 2016) – The following is Miami-Dade mayoral candidate Raquel Regalado’s statement on the citizens’ petition to put campaign finance on the November ballot. “It is deeply troubling that a citizens’ initiative that gathered over 125,000 signatures in Miami-Dade County will not appear on the November ballot. Following the cancellation of the County Commission meeting yesterday, due to a lack of quorum, the Supervisor of Elections indicated there is not enough time to canvass the petitions and certify the ballot question for the General Election.
Miami, FL – Today, The Fraternal Order of Police endorsed Carlos Curbelo for re-election to Congress. The FOP is the world’s largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers with over 330,000 members in more than 2,200 lodges. "From the Miami-Dade School Board to the US Congress, Carlos has always stood up for our men and women in uniform. At a time when America's law enforcement heroes are facing many threats and challenges, we are proud to stand with him in his efforts to continue representing our South Florida community," said Javier Ortiz, President of the Fraternal Order of Police.
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