Gov, Cabinet Go In-House For New Insurance CommissionerThe impasse over Florida's next insurance commissioner has ended.
Emergency Meeting On New Insurance CommissionerGov. Rick Scott and other top Republicans are scheduled to attend an emergency meeting Friday where they will try, once again, to pick a new insurance commissioner.
Scott, Atwater At Odds Over Insurance ChiefFlorida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater refused to go along with Gov. Rick Scott's nominee for state insurance commissioner on Tuesday, maintaining an impasse over a high-profile appointment that they must jointly support.
Ad Targets California's Min. Wage Ahead Of Gov. Scott's TripFlorida has started running a radio ad in Los Angeles and San Francisco attacking a deal that will increase the minimum wage there from $10 an hour to $15 an hour.
Legal Setback For FPL's Turkey Point Nuclear ProjectAn appeals court has overturned a decision by Gov. Rick Scott and the state Cabinet that could have helped clear the way for Florida Power & Light to add two nuclear reactors in Miami-Dade County.
Feds Say New Abortion Law Can't Block Clinic FundingA key federal health agency on Tuesday notified Florida and other states that they may not ban Medicaid funding for family-planning services at clinics that also offer elective abortions.
State Required To Pay Legal Fees In Gay-Marriage FightLawyers representing plaintiffs who successfully challenged Florida's ban on same-sex marriage are entitled to collect legal fees from the state, a federal judge has ruled.
Scott, Atwater Mum On Insurance Commissioner PicksIt remained unclear Monday whether Gov. Rick Scott and state Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater will be able to find common ground on the appointment of Florida's next insurance commissioner.
Gov. Scott Vetoes Alimony Bill Amid Emotional OutcryWading once again into an emotionally contentious debate, Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Friday vetoed a bill that would have ended permanent alimony payments and would have urged judges to enforce equal time-sharing with children of divorcing parents.
Students Can Attend School In Any County Under New LawA wide-ranging education bill dealing with everything from funding for high-performing universities to school membership in athletic associations was signed into law Thursday by Gov. Rick Scott.
Gov. Scott Signs Trimmed Down Tax Cut PackageGovernor Rick Scott has signed off on a trimmed-down package of tax cuts that will permanently eliminate a sales tax on manufacturing equipment and set up a three-day tax "holiday" for back-to-school shoppers.
New Pot Law Prompts Another ChallengeA new law that legalized full-strength marijuana for terminally ill patients has spurred the latest challenge in the competition for coveted medical marijuana licenses in Florida.

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