Byline: Andrew Dunn
Nov. 4--After the special session ended last week in a whirlwind of confusion and frustration, one of the nagging questions the Legislature was left with was what should be done with the intangibles tax cut.
Some say repeal it. Some say delay it. And others say just leave it alone.
The Senate originally planned to eliminate the break. The Republican leadership in the House has consistently said it was not interested in doing that. But the two chambers appear to be moving closer to a compromise.
House Speaker Tom Feeney, R-Oviedo, favors the cut but said late last week that he is willing to allow a floor vote on a plan to delay it. And legislators may …