Gov. Rick Scott
The competition is on for two spots in the Public Service Commission.
Gov. Rick Scott signed a pair of bills Tuesday as the state continues efforts to curb human trafficking.
Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist are now officially on the 2014 ballot.
When Gov. Rick Scott signed a college-tuition measure this week, most of the attention focused on allowing in-state tuition rates for undocumented immigrants and rolling back a law that allowed universities to raise tuition without legislative approval.
Tallahassee lobbyists and lawyers from large and smalls firms have their eyes on Florida’s newest regulated industry.
The FPL power line issue took center stage in South Florida and Tallahassee this past week. Jim sits down with the leading opponent to talk about the impact these ten-story high poles will have on the various communities they’ll run through. FPL declined an offer to come on the program.
The civil rights group Dream Defenders is asking Gov. Rick Scott to end education discrimination in Florida’s school system.
Florida lawmakers are looking to keep low- THC medical marijuana home-grown but out-of-state business owners are already eyeing the market.
A new report issued by the Constitution Project on Wednesday recommends that states like Florida scrap the three-drug lethal injection cocktail that resulted in a botched execution in Oklahoma last week and switch to a single drug instead.
With the 2014 regular legislative in the books, Republican legislators gave Gov. Rick Scott much of what he wanted as he prepares for an expensive and lengthy re-election fight against likely Democratic nominee and former Gov. Charlie Crist.