Democrats are looking to big city mayors and their congressional delegation to help pull them out of their slump at the polls.
Florida Governor Rick Scott’s political committee for “Let’s Get to Work”raised more than $700,000 this month, according to a list of contributions on the committee’s website.
Following the lead of Gov. Rick Scott, a House panel Wednesday approved a bill designed to help hold down costs for students at state colleges and universities.
House members backed Gov. Rick Scott’s push to reduce taxes on cell-phone bills and pay TV on Tuesday. And they bettered the governor, by $17 million, in rolling out a $690 million tax-reduction package that offers a slew of sales-tax holidays and eliminating taxes on gun-club memberships, college textbooks, materials purchased at book fairs and vehicles purchased overseas and brought to Florida by military members.
As the House and Senate move forward with their budget plans this week, Gov. Rick Scott is trying to ramp up support for his proposed tax cuts.
Florida NRA leader Marion Hammer is accusing campus police chiefs from Florida’s public universities of using tax dollars to lobby because they spoke in Tallahassee against a bill allowing guns on campuses.
The Sunshine State is moving the date of its presidential primary election.
The numbers are in—Florida’s unemployment rate is staying flat.
A trio of agency heads whose necks have been on the governor’s chopping block earned a couple of extra months stay on Tuesday.
A House panel rejected a proposal to revamp the Medicaid program’s system of providing dental services to children.