espite multiple repeal efforts, tens of millions of dollars spent in campaign ads against it, and an entire party building its policy on getting rid of it, the Affordable Care Act has managed to do two things, survive and thrive.
Gov. Rick Scott reiterates that he will not call a special legislative session to address the controversial “stand your ground” law but sends his Department of Juvenile Justice secretary to speak with protesters who have been camped out in the Capitol for six days.
Day five and they’re not budging or backing down from their cause.
While the Supreme Court upheld the majority of the Affordable Care Act last Thursday, the political firestorm surrounding the issue continued. Republicans are vowing to repeal the act and have called it the biggest tax hike in American history, but Democrats also have trouble ahead.
No more red light cameras in Hialeah. The message comes after the city’s mayor and the Hialeah City Council passed a repeal of the ordinance.
A plan to split the Florida Supreme Court into 2 divisions failed in the Florida Senate Monday night, but there may still be some big changes ahead for Florida’s highest court.
Automated red-light cameras are getting the stop sign in both house of the Florida Legislature, as the Senate Transportation Committee voted 4-2 Tuesday to repeal the state law allowing the cameras.