Florida To Pay $700,000 To End Public Records DisputeA dispute alleging Gov. Rick Scott and his staff subverted public-records laws will cost the state $700,000, according to an agreement released Friday by the governor's office.
Gov. Rick Scott's Email Battle Rages OnThe battle over Gov. Rick Scott’s use of a personal email rages on – this time with a California judge chiming in.
Lawyer: Scott Broke Law With Private EmailsA Tallahassee lawyer, who says Gov. Rick Scott intentionally broke the state's public records law, has been given some extra ammunition and permission in his lawsuit.
Satanic Temple Approved For Capitol Holiday DisplayFlorida's Capitol will have a new holiday decoration this year. The Satanic Temple will be among its nativity scenes and secular presentations.
Florida Gov., Staff Used Private Email Account For State BusinessRecords show Florida Governor Rick Scott used his private email account for state business.
Feds To Monitor Florida Election Changes; Scott Pushes BackGov. Rick Scott's office and campaign are attacking as "blatantly political" a letter from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announcing that the Justice Department is monitoring changes to Florida's election laws.
Gov. Scott Signs Late Term Abortion Bill Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a bill Friday that would make abortions illegal at any point in a woman's pregnancy if her doctor determines that the fetus could survive outside the womb.
Miami-Dade Easily Brings Home Most Money In BudgetMiami-Dade County has the most money on the line among Florida's counties as Gov. Rick Scott decides what to veto from a record election-year budget.
AAA Waits For Meeting With Scott On Speed LimitsA well-known auto club is putting the pressure on Gov. Rick Scott to meet with him in person, in hopes of persuading him to veto a proposal which could increase speed limits on Florida highways.