If the Florida voters are allowed to decide the issue of medical marijuana; it’s likely to pass by a very wide margin, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.
Senator Marco Rubio told an anti-gay group Saturday night that moral issues need to be part of the government debate and insisted the United States needs to do more to protect religious freedom abroad.
Florida’s Stand Your Ground law still stands after the state’s Republican-controlled House voted down a measure Thursday that would have repealed it.
Future candidates in Florida will be allowed rake in even more money from contributors to their campaign starting Friday.
Legislative leaders in the Sunshine State, calling to pull away from a multi-state partnership preparing new tests for student learning, have set off a round of battles over the future of Florida’s student testing standards.
With the peak of the 2013 hurricane season approaching, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is urging congress to end National Guard furloughs which started July 8th and are set to continue through September.
A group of teens who helped rescue several people from a rolled over van have received a special recognition award from Gov. Rick Scott.
Jim sits down with Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz one-on-one to discuss everything from immigration reform, to the AP scandal, to the 2014 Florida governor’s race.
The 2013 session is set to adjourn May 3rd. Our reporter roundtable takes an in-depth look at what might or might not get accomplished
A bill aiming to expand access to health care coverage for Florida children may not be passed in time.