Before the Florida Legislative season has even begun, they may be faced with a challenge to fill a $1 billion hole in the state’s health care budget.
With the start of Florida’s legislative session looming, one of the first issues to be taken up will be new rules on the state’s waters.
Governor Rick Scott is suspending a standardized test given to Florida’s 11th graders.
A “child support-esque” formula could determine the amount of alimony divorcing spouses would receive under a radical overhaul of the state’s alimony laws now in the works.
Pointing to concerns about a “chilling effect” on investigations, a House Republican proposed a bill Wednesday that would prevent the release of audio or video recordings made by law-enforcement officers in many cases.
Florida’s House speaker indicated he does not have plans to expand Medicaid coverage to an additional hundreds of thousands of residents during the next legislative session.
The governor made an announcement Tuesday that, if passed, could be great news for Florida’s famed River of Grass.
A construction firm official and attorney has been chosen for a spot on the State Board of Education by Gov. Rick Scott.
Florida Governor Ricks Scott is asking for $20 million to boost technical centers in the state.
The Florida Legislature is sharply defending a new Congressional map it drew up during an August special session.