The three state Republican groups will face off against the SEC and MSRB in oral arguments May 4 on whether a federal appeals court should vacate revisions the MSRB made to its rule on political contributions and curbing pay-to-play in the market.
Construction continues on new nuclear power plants in Georgia and South Carolina after the Westinghouse bankruptcy, but the Chapter 11 filing raises concerns for investors in the units, including public power utilities who issued billions in municipal debt.
Now that health care is taking a back seat to tax reform in the Trump administration, municipal portfolio managers are maintaining their investment strategies while bracing for changes on overall market demand and other technicals.
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All Aboard Florida is assuring supporters of the private passenger train project that it will move forward despite the sales of its owner and an affiliate and pending legislation that the company says could jeopardize expansion plans.
Widely recognized as South Florida's dean of public administrators, Merrett Stierheim says he has given up on Opa-locka's government and politicians after helping guide them through months of financial upheaval.
Amie Riggle Berlin, the SEC’s lawyer who handled its case against Miami and Michael Boudreaux, explained the important aspects of a reliance on professionals defense and the need for issuers to stay truthful in their offering documents during a conference panel.
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider a special master’s recommendation, largely favoring Georgia and water agencies there, in the lawsuit Florida filed against Georgia over the apportionment of water from the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin.
PANAMA CITY, Fla. -- Plans for a new Beach Elementary School have been placed on hold because of a law scheduled to go into effect this year that will cap the amount districts can spend per student on new construction.
The Baker Correctional Development Corp. is trying to get a waiver from a mandatory call and federal funds to refund bonds from tax-exempt to taxable, in the wake of an IRS finding that bonds are taxable.
The Florida House Friday voted to abolish Enterprise Florida, the state’s business development program, and to establish strict controls over the Visit Florida tourism agency, drawing swift rebuke from Gov. Rick Scott.
Sports industry consultant Dave Howard will lead Florida’s privately owned passenger train project as Fortress Investment Group explores expanding All Aboard Florida’s Brightline-branded service to other states.