Three Names Sent To Scott For Supreme Court OpeningThe Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission sent a list of judges to Gov. Rick Scott late Monday.
Judge Backs Department Of Corrections In Orlando DisputeAn administrative law judge has sided with the Florida Department of Corrections in a substance-abuse treatment contracting dispute.
High Court Hopefuls Pitch Conservative CredentialsThe 11 candidates hoping to join the Florida Supreme Court present a stark contrast to Justice James E.C. Perry.
State Colleges Look For Funding BoostFlorida state colleges are looking for additional money in the next state budget.
Florida Governor Considering Bid For US Senate In 2018Florida Gov. Rick Scott now says he is considering running for the U.S. Senate.
Senate, House Differ On Lobbyist, Budget RulesNew Florida Senate rules do not include the broad-based restrictions on lobbying and budget measures that will be imposed by the House.
Florida Democrats Look For Answers & A LeaderFlorida Democrats are groping for a way forward as the 2018 elections loom with battles for governor and all three state Cabinet seats.
House GOP Overhauls Speaker Election RulesRepublicans hoping to become leader of the Florida House would face restrictions aimed at slowing down the selection of future speakers.
Pot Amendment's Passage Creates Green RushInvestors are rushing to the Sunshine State to capitalize on the passage of medical marijuana.
Blue-Collar Counties Key For Trump In FloridaTrump's win in Florida reshaped, at least for a night, many of the geographic notions of how presidential elections are won in the state.
Trump Election Boosts Scott, BondiTwo of Florida's top Republican leaders are immediate political beneficiaries of Donald Trump's surprising but decisive presidential win.
Voters Pass Property Tax Exemptions For Disabled First Responders & Senior CitizensVoters have passed two amendments regarding property tax exemptions for first responders and senior citizens.