JetSmarter Opens New Ft. Lauderdale HeadquartersHighlighting a familiar theme from his time in office, Governor Rick Scott was in South Florida on Friday to help a business to get off the ground.
Gov. Scott Visits Miami Beach Businesses Amid Zika BattleFlorida Governor Rick Scott startled diners at a Miami Beach deli as he toured businesses in the heart of the Zika threat.
Gov. Scott To Visit Wynwood, Lift Zika Zone DesignationFlorida Gov. Rick Scott is visiting the Miami neighborhood where the first local transmissions of the Zika virus were found in the continental United States.
Gov. Scott: Miami Beach Zika Zone Has Expanded, Wynwood Zone To Be LiftedThe governor’s office announced late Friday evening the Miami Beach Zika zone has been expanded.
Rick Scott Authorizes $10M More For Zika ResponseFlorida Governor Rick Scott has authorized an additional $10 million in state funds for Zika response.
Gov. Scott Touts August Jobs NumbersFlorida's "jobs" governor touted just that during a stop in Ft. Myers Friday morning.
Rick Scott Urges Action, Says More Zika Dollars NeededFresh off his visit to the nation’s capital, Gov. Rick Scott announced new jobs today, christening the opening of a fiber options firm that moved from Pennsylvania to Ft. Lauderdale.
Clock Ticking On Zika As Congress Tries To Agree On FundingWith three weeks to go before the close of the session, the U.S. Senate may be close to passing a Zika funding bill.
Scott Calls For Congressional Action On Zika FundingGov. Rick Scott traveled to Washington, D.C. on Tuesday to implore Congress to break a deadlock on federal funding to combat Zika.
Gov. Scott Heads To Washington For Zika FundingGovernor Rick Scott is scheduled to go to Washington, D.C. this week to urge Congress to fund the fight against the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Florida Supreme Court Justice Forced To RetireAppointed by then-Governor. Charlie Crist to the state Supreme Court in 2009, Justice James Perry has announced he'll step down from his post in the end of December because he has reached mandatory retirement age.
Despite Recovery, Florida Facing Tight BudgetLawmakers will face a tight budget during next year’s legislative session and will likely need to take action to head off a shortfall in the near future, a new report suggests.

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