Governor Rick Scott
Governor Rick Scott announced Tuesday he wants to cut the state budget by $100 million next year.
More than 90 days after Gov. Rick Scott signed off a budget which included nearly $500 million earmarked for teacher’s raises, a majority the state’s school districts have still not finalized negotiations to distribute the money.
Angie Crowley was making her first long trip through Florida on Memorial Day weekend in 1986 and was taking extra care to make sure she’d arrive OK.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott, whose campaign catchphrase is “It’s working,” is trying hard to get Floridians to like him.
The Sunshine State will back Mississippi in a lawsuit over flood insurance rates, but Florida will not file its own lawsuit.
Florida’s schools and state government could be the next victims of the federal government shutdown.
If former Gov. Charlie Crist challenges Gov. Rick Scott in 2014, some Florida Republicans appear to be very wary about the election.
Later this month, Florida will hold three public hearings on controversial new education standards.
It was one of the most controversial plans Governor Rick Scott came up with in 2012, but Florida’s elections officials said they learned from their mistakes and will implement a new non-citizen voter purge programs this year.
As day four of the GOP-forced federal government shutdown rolls on Friday, most Florida agencies have avoided the worst impacts of the shutdown.