Tax cuts, stiffer sex offender laws, expanding school vouchers and, as always, the state budget will be among the issues Florida legislators will consider over their annual 60-day session.
The nationwide campaign for Congress this fall could be a competitive one because of Omabacare according to political experts.
If you thought 2013 was a busy year, you were right. It was a record year for tourism.
While overall enrollment remained stagnant last month, the number of young adults signing up for health care in the new federal marketplace is increasing in Florida.
Last Friday night, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist called for an end to the Cuban embargo. While some GOP members immediately criticized Crist’s comments, the former governor’s opinion may be the prevailing opinion, according to new poll.
Floridians will have some help to prepare for the 2014 hurricane season with a 15-day sales tax holiday.
With only a few days since her new health insurance under the Affordable Care Act took effect, Irene Jacusis’ has already scheduled a surgery for Monday
Tens of thousands of Floridians are bracing to lose their long term unemployment benefits Saturday.
Darlene O’Neil just saw a doctor at a mobile health clinic for the first time in months after dropping her health coverage six months ago because she could no longer afford it. Soon, a team of local student doctors, nurses, lawyers and social workers led by a doctor will visit her home for monthly follow-up care to help the 46-year-old her manage her blood pressure because she’s at high-risk for diabetes.
In just three months, 26 million people have visited the Sunshine State, making the first quarter of 2013′s tourism record-breaking.