Scott Jobs 'Summit' Set For Early FebruaryGov. Rick Scott is rounding up businesspeople and educators for a jobs "summit" next month.
Chamber Backs Scott's Push For Incentive MoneyThe Florida Chamber of Commerce offered support for Gov. Rick Scott's controversial proposal to set aside $85 million for incentives next year.
Gov. Scott, Broward Sheriff Israel Weigh In On Airport Shooting A Week LaterNearly one week since the deadly shooting at the airport, the discussion over security and the fallout from the violence continues.
Florida's Tourism Agency To Pay $73K After 'Mr. 305' Controversy Florida's tourism agency is paying its outgoing president and CEO $73,000 amid a controversial deal with rapper Pitbull that prompted a shakeup.
Gov. Scott Proposes To Freeze Fees, Extension Of Bright Futures Governor Rick Scott has an ambitious legislative agenda to cap student fees, eliminate sales taxes on textbook purchases and extend the Bright Futures scholarships to summer classes.
Gov. Scott On Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Int'l Shooting: We 'Won’t Tolerate Senseless Acts Of Evil'Florida Gov. Rick Scott says “the citizens of Florida won’t tolerate senseless acts of evil.”
Gov. Scott Pitches Counterterrorism Funding In Statewide StopsGov. Rick Scott made several stops across the state on Thursday to tout his request of nearly $6 million to bolster anti-terrorism squads across Florida.
Florida Changes Lethal Injection DrugsState corrections officials have adopted a new lethal-injection procedure.
'Bizarre' Court Action Adds To Death Penalty ConfusionThe Florida Supreme Court rescinded an order Wednesday that would have barred prosecutors from seeking the death penalty in capital cases.
Gov. Scott Wants More Counterterrorism AgentsIn the wake of last year's massacre at the Pulse night club in Orlando in which 49 people were killed, Governor Rick Scott wants to boost the number of state agents dedicated to counterterrorism efforts.
FPL Nuclear Case Focuses On Underground LinesA potential fight at the state Supreme Court about Florida Power & Light's proposal to build two nuclear reactors in Miami-Dade County focuses on whether the utility could be required to bury dozens of miles of transmission lines underground, according to an initial brief.
Florida's Governor Urges Raul Castro To Bring Change To Cuba Florida Governor Rick Scott sent a letter to Cuba's president urging him to bring freedom and democracy to the island.

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