Governor Rick Scott
Gov. Rick Scott is again breaking out his passport now that the 2014 election is in the rearview mirror.
A Florida appeals court has thrown out a lawsuit, filed by a former aide to the late Governor Reubin Askew, challenging a law that allows elected officials to place their assets in a blind trust.
Governor Rick Scott is suspending a standardized test given to Florida’s 11th graders.
2014 will go down in the books as another record setting year for Florida tourism. On Monday, Gov. Rick Scott announced during a visit to Tampa International Airport that more than 97 million visited the state last year.
Michael Pizzi was back in a court room Wednesday but a civil, not criminal court room.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott rallied supporters in November to grab a come-from-behind victory over Democratic challenger Charlie Crist in one of the nation’s fiercest gubernatorial races. But that doesn’t mean Scott is popular with voters.
Governor Rick Scott is asking legislators to pass a sweeping bill which would lower textbook costs and curb tuition increases for graduate programs.
The fate of the state’s private school voucher program, which currently serves nearly 70,000 students, is being decided in a Leon County courtroom.
Gov. Rick Scott’s office continued pushing back Monday against claims his staff forced longtime Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey to resign immediately in December.
Governor Rick Scott is refusing to turn over financial information that could answer whether he is flouting a state ethics law.