Prompted by the death of Orlando two-year-old Caylee Anthony in 2008, Gov. Rick Scott on Friday signed a measure to bolster penalties for lying to police when a child goes missing.
A bill created from the death of a two-year-old Central Florida girl is now on the desk of Florida Governor Rick Scott.
A Senate committee Thursday approved a bill that would regulate Internet cafés, and rebuffed a proposed ban on the hundreds of businesses that critics compare to “storefront casinos.”
A House Republican on Tuesday filed a bill that would eliminate property taxes that go to public schools and replace them with increased sales taxes.
The state’s school and food nutrition program will be part of the state Agriculture Department starting Sunday.
A South Florida lawmaker wants to increase cigarette taxes by $1 a pack and is offering a political sweetener to try to get it passed: Use the money to roll back fees on motorists.
On the eve of legislative testimony, Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members joined forces Tuesday to call on lawmakers to enact significant changes to curb fraud they say is costing motorists nearly $1 billion a year in higher premiums.
Florida residents will see a slightly higher Florida Power & Light bill beginning next year.
The Federal Aviation Administration has halted dozens of major projects that dealt with construction and technology improvements, including a project at Fort Lauderdale -Hollywood International Airport.
Florida’s surgeon general has temporarily suspended part of the state’s new “pill mill” legislation that requires doctors to use new prescription pads meant to be counterfeit-proof.