Attorney General Pam Bondi
Miami-Dade’s Turkey Point may be getting two nuclear reactors in the future.
Florida legislators reached a deal Monday on a state budget which will boost spending on schools, child welfare and the cleanup of damaged water bodies across the state.
A House panel on Wednesday unanimously passed a sweeping measure aimed at better identifying and serving sexually exploited children.
Money will be coming to Florida as part of a national settlement with a Pennsylvania drug maker.
The uphill battle for backers of a non-euphoric strain of cannabis that helps reduce seizures in children may be getting even steeper.
A constitutional amendment for medical marijuana in the Sunshine State will make the 2014 ballot.
The Republican Party of Florida is holding its annual meeting this weekend. Both Gov. Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi are scheduled to speak.
In an effort to cut through the smoke, The Florida Supreme court heard both sides on a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow doctors to prescribe marijuana. Justices are set to issue an opinion on whether the ballot initiative can go before voters in 2014.
While public opinion continues to move towards the legalization of marijuana, Florida’s legislative leaders have come out against a push to allow the use of pot for medical reasons.
The Sunshine State will back Mississippi in a lawsuit over flood insurance rates, but Florida will not file its own lawsuit.