A Florida judge is blocking a new state law that requires women to wait 24 hours before getting an abortion.
Florida’s first female auditor general will be sworn in next week.
A South Florida appeals court Wednesday overturned a circuit judge’s constitutional ruling that threatened a major underpinning of the state’s workers-compensation insurance system.
Florida Governor Rick Scott and cabinet members settled a lawsuit filed over the firing of Florida’s top cop.
After months of wrangling about the issue, a top federal official Tuesday outlined a deal to continue Florida’s Low Income Pool health-funding program for two years.
Gov. Rick Scott is signing a new state budget into law—but not before vetoing nearly $500 million from the spending plan.
Presidential hopeful Marco Rubio addressed several questions at the Republican Party of Miami-Dade County’s 67th Annual Lincoln Day Dinner Saturday night.
The budget battle between Republicans in the Florida Legislature will likely continue in 2016, despite a temporary truce.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is set to travel across the state, touting a tax-cut package he signs into law this week.
As the special session wrapped up Friday evening, House and Senate leaders were already looking ahead toward the 2016 regular session.