Jim sits down with the former Florida governor and senator to talk about a variety of subjects, including the crisis in Iraq, the Florida governor’s race, immigration, and Cuba offshore drilling.
A trio of women vying for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are boosting Democratic hopes in a rough election year.
A pair of candidates for U.S. Congress are banking on name recognition to boost their campaigns. During a campaign stop at the Worm Gruntin’ Festival in the conservative panhandle, U.S. House candidate Gwen Graham listened to voter after voter recount fond memories of her father, Bob, who towered over Florida politics for more than a quarter-century as governor and U.S. senator.
As Governor Rick Scott considers a bill which would speed up death penalty executions by creating tighter timeframes for appeals and post-conviction motions, he’s signing death warrants at a pace rarely seen in Florida since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976.
Newly elected South Florida Congressman Joe Garcia was officially sworn-in Monday.
Gov. Rick Scott, one of the oldest governor’s in Florida history, turns 60 Saturday.
Who has the authority to set tuition rates at Florida’s 12 public universities – the Legislature or the Board of Governors?
On Thursday, the Florida Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in this matter.
Proposed bills that would allow for water privatization and redefining of private/public land would threaten the progress of the Everglades, according to former U.S. Senator Bob Graham.
A 60 foot long, 11 and a half feet tall mural commemorating the centennial anniversary of the completion of Henry Flagler’s Florida Keys Over-Sea Railroad was unveiled on Sunday at Mile Marker 95 in Key Largo.