Florida Gov. Will Try Again To Eliminate Manufacturing TaxAs he continues to try and lure companies to Florida, Gov. Rick Scott once again is asking legislators to keep in place a tax break for manufacturing companies.
Abortion Foe Wants Scott To Take Tougher StandThe Florida Family Policy Council on Thursday called for Gov. Rick Scott to take further action against the state's 16 Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, saying it's a matter of moral leadership.
Scott, Cabinet Start Talks On Future Of Ex-Reform SchoolThe future of a former state-run reform school where children were allegedly abused and died is in question, as Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet begin discussions Tuesday.
Settlement Could Offer More Options For People With Mental IllnessFlorida's Department of Children and Families settled a lawsuit between Disability Rights Florida, in part by providing more options for people with mental illness like having them live in communities as opposed to state hospitals.
Bondi: 'Thousands' Of Rape Kits UntestedAttorney General Pam Bondi put added pressure Wednesday on lawmakers to increase funding for crime labs as she detailed a massive backlog of untested rape kits across the state.
Nearly $400M State Contract Protested By AT&TTelecommunications company AT&T is raising questions about a new contract awarded to a rival to provide phone and internet services to the state of Florida.
State, Seminoles Headed Into Mediation Over BlackjackThe Seminole Tribe and Florida officials are headed to mediation to resolve a possible standoff over the future of black jack at most of the tribe's Florida Casinos.
Planned Parenthood Clinics In Florida Resume AbortionsThree Planned Parenthood clinics can resume first-trimester abortions, but state health officials warn they are still investigating the organization.
Florida House Approves New Map For Congressional Districts The Florida House, controlled by Republicans, approved a new map of congressional districts in the state.
Planned Parenthood Seeks Injunction After Abortion AllegationsPlanned Parenthood is asking a judge for an emergency ruling after allegations three of their Florida clinics were performing second- trimester abortions without proper licensing.
Attorney: Gov. Scott Got ‘Bad Advice’ On Public Records LawGov. Rick Scott, a Tallahassee attorney says, was a “novice politician” who received “bad advice” that led him to ignore the state’s public records law.
Citizens Policies Eyed For Private MarketSeven private insurers have been approved to pick up nearly half of the remaining policies held by Citizens Property Insurance Corp. which is backed by the state.