Film Industry Wants Another Shot At IncentivesThe film and television industry in Florida wants lawmakers to take another look at a revamped production-incentives package that stalled when the House cut short the regular legislative session.
Seminole Tribe Atop Latest List Of Inauguration DonorsOverall contributions to Gov. Rick Scott's inauguration festivities reached nearly a million dollars, and on Friday the Republican Party released names of four additional donors that helped make it happen.
Same-Sex Couples Expecting To Receive Marriage LicensesThe New Year began with a momentous occasion for many same-sex couples in Florida after a federal judge cleared the way for marriage.
Judge Orders State Response On Same-Sex Marriage LicensesA federal judge Wednesday ordered the state to respond by Monday in an increasingly heated legal debate about whether county clerks should begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples on Jan. 6.
Florida Clerks Won't Give Gays Marriage LicensesAn Associated Press survey has revealed most of Florida's 67 clerks of court don't plan to issue marriage licenses to gay couples on January 6th.
Clerks Group Defends Legal Stance On Gay MarriageA group representing Florida's court clerks said on Tuesday that counties statewide should not start issuing marriage licenses January 6th to same-sex couples.
Clerks Advised To Say 'No' To Gay Marriage, For Now Amid a court's ruling declaring Florida's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, clerks are being advised to say no to gay marriage for now.
Feds Probe David's Café Again For Allegedly Not Paying EmployeesFor the second time in less than a year, David's Café in Miami Beach is under federal investigation for allegedly not paying some of its employees.