Enterprise Florida Gives Raises, Ditches BonusesFlorida's business-recruitment agency -Enterprise Florida - is doing away with a controversial bonus program but giving some raises.
Gov. Scott: "We’re Working Aggressively To Get More Fuel to Gas Stations"Gov. Rick Scott is taking steps to try and improve the fuel situation in Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma.
Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday Now UnderwayHurricane season 2017 is officially underway and folks looking to buy hurricane supplies can save a few bucks this weekend.
Get Ready For Hurricane Season With Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax HolidayWith the official start of hurricane season on Thursday, June 1st, comes a three-day disaster preparedness sales tax holiday.
Florida Court Hears Case Challenging Abortion Waiting Period Law A Florida court will hear a case challenging a state law that requires women wanting an abortion to wait at least 24 hours before getting the procedure done.
Gov. Scott Stops In Miramar To Celebrate Company’s Job GrowthGov. Rick Scott, who continues to promote job creation as his top priority, traveled to Miramar Monday to celebrate one company's job growth.
Federal Judge Sets Trial Date For Seminole Casinos LawsuitA federal judge set a trial date in a lawsuit that could affect casinos run by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Backroom Briefing: Gambling Foes At Odds Over PollFloridians overwhelmingly back the current Seminole gaming "compact" and support what they know of a bigger gambling deal Gov. Rick Scott has asked lawmakers to approve, according to a Florida Chamber of Commerce poll released Thursday.
Veteran Insurance Commissioner Stepping DownKevin McCarty, the state's longtime insurance commissioner, said Tuesday he is leaving the job to explore "other career opportunities."
All Bets Off On Passage Of Gambling DealIt's a sure bet that lawmakers won't sign off on a $3 billion agreement with the Seminole Tribe that Gov. Rick Scott handed over last month.
Florida's Unemployment Tax Rates Are Set To DropFlorida's unemployment taxes are set to drop for many businesses with the start of 2016.
Florida's Revenue Chief Is Stepping Down The executive director of the Florida Department of Revenue is stepping down.