Richardson Details Talks With Scott After ShootingsIn the days after the Orlando shooting, Gov. Scott privately expressed support for gay rights to the state's only openly gay state lawmaker.
Florida's Jobs Agency Gives Checks To Departing EmployeesAmid a major shakeup pushed by Gov. Rick Scott, the state agency responsible for luring jobs to Florida is paying nearly a half-million dollars to departing employees.
State's Unemployment Rate Holding SteadyThe state's jobless rate was 4.7 percent in June, it's same rate as it was in May which is lower than the national jobless rate.
Bondi, Scott Bash Clinton, Tout TrumpGov. Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi took the stage Wednesday at the Republican National Convention to make the case for Donald Trump.
Gov. Scott Sees Familiar Path For Trump To Win FloridaGov. Rick Scott says Donald Trump will win Florida the same way he shocked the state's political establishment six years ago.
Gov. Scott, Fla. AG Bondi To Speak At RNCFlorida Gov. Rick Scott and state Attorney General Pam Bondi are scheduled to speak at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Algae Stink Raised Over Candidate Running For US SenateU.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy is coming under fire for seeking a delay in the opening of a center that would help businesses hurt by a massive algae outbreak.
Gov. Scott Tries To Rally Federal Support For Algae FightGovernor Rick Scott has asked members of the state's congressional delegation to push for federal help to deal with massive algae problems in waterways to the east and west of Lake Okeechobee.
Gov. Scott's Net Worth DipsGov. Rick Scott's net worth dropped nearly 19 percent, mainly due to a reduction in the value of his investments in a blind trust, during the first year of his second term.
Enterprise Florida Cuts Backed By CommitteeA committee overseeing the state's business recruitment agency on Thursday supported cuts that will slash 26 positions.
State Of Emergency Declared Over Algae BloomsGovernor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency up the coast due to algae blooms which have been blamed on freshwater being released from Lake Okeechobee.
Florida's Budget, New Laws Begin July 1There are 159 new laws that will go into effect in Florida on July 1.

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