Lawmakers are closer to giving Gov. Rick Scott one of his priorities for the 2014 session, an election-year rollback of vehicle-registration fees that were raised under the watch of his potential Democratic challenger.
Millions of American workers may be seeing a boost in their paychecks soon thanks to a planned executive order from President Barack Obama.
A Senate committee Monday moved forward with a bill that would allow online voter registration in Florida and put new restrictions on drop-off locations for absentee ballots.
If an expansion of a Florida program that helps low-income children attend private schools, many of them religious, gets a thumbs up, it could mean some restrictions on eligibility could be removed.
The so-called “Pop-Tart bill” is headed to the House floor after the Education Committee unanimously approved the legislation.
Joining other politicians of the Republican party, Governor Rick Scott said Wednesday that he is opposed to the Arizona bill that would add protections for people who assert their religious beliefs in refusing service to gays.
The nationwide campaign for Congress this fall could be a competitive one because of Omabacare according to political experts.
Over half of likely Miami-Dade County voters said they want Las Vegas-style casinos in South Florida, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Sen. Marco Rubio called for overhauling the nation’s higher education system Monday. Rubio said he wants to close an “opportunity gap” between Americans with and without advanced degrees.
Former GOP Gov. Charlie Crist appears to be mounting a campaign showing his hard left turn.