Scott Signs Bill To Let Children Secretly Tape Their Rapists Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a bill that would allow children to secretly record people who rape them. Lower LIP Funding Sets Stage For Session Debate Florida can anticipate about $1 billion in funding for a health-care program at the center of a state budget standoff, a high-ranking federal official wrote in a letter Thursday, giving lawmakers a better idea of what to expect when they begin a...
Guns, Booze, And Body Cameras Among 44 Bills Scott Signs Florida Republicans Call On Feds To Extend LIP Funding U.S. Sugar Spends Heavily On Lobbyists Gov. Scott: Lawmakers ‘Know My Priorities’ Grand Jury Indicts Florida Man Who Landed At US Capitol Florida’s GOP Primary Could Give A Boost To A Favorite Son HCA Seeks Higher Medicaid Payments For Low Income Patients GOP Candidate Marco Rubio Heading To Nevada In Late May State Agencies Impacted If Budget Deal Can’t Be Reach Jeb Bush Says Campaign Would Be A “Long Haul”
South Florida’s Smoky, Hazy Skies Caused By Big Cypress Brush Fires Smoke from several large fires burning in the Everglades is causing hazy conditions in South Florida. Police Search For Westchester Burglary Victims Miami-Dade Police are searching for more victims in the case of a man accused of burglarizing various homes in the Westchester area of Miami-Dade County.
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