Florida hasn’t seen a hurricane since 2005, but that hasn’t stopped property insurance rates from going up. Hurricane Wilma was the last of eight hurricanes to hit the state from 2004 to 2005. It raked the southern end of Florida and caused billions in damages.
In an effort to avoid the long lines and days of counting delays experienced during the 2012 presidential election, Gov. Rick Scott has signed a bill which will allow elections supervisors to expand early voting days and sites.
Miami-Dade was the big winner when it came to state money handed out to counties after Gov. Scott signed the new $74.5 billion budget on Monday.
Florida college students will be happy to know that Gov. Rick Scott will veto the three percent tuition hike for college and university students.
With speculation mounting that Gov. Rick Scott could sign the Legislature’s proposed $74.5 billion budget as early as Friday, a research organization released its annual list of “turkeys” that it said the governor should consider striking with his line-item veto.
From the start, the Miami Dolphins knew they were up against a lot but optimism always followed.
Gov. Rick Scott hinted Friday that he is considering vetoing a 3 percent tuition increase as he considers the budget lawmakers sent him this week.
The Florida Supreme Court changed the way the state deals with foreclosure cases clogging up courtrooms Thursday.
Before the legislative session began, with Gov. Rick Scott’s approval ratings refusing to budge from their relatively low position and his time to change his standing with the public fleeting, the governor took something of a gambit.
The Florida legislature’s action to close a loophole in the old and outdated Adverse Possession law will affect all of us and the local economy. We take CBS4 Chief Investigator Michele Gillen’s report on the contorversy surrounding Adverse Possession one step further to discuss the impact.