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State House Pushes Ahead Bill That Would End Biz Incentive ProgramFlorida House Republicans are moving forward on a bill that Governor Rick Scott has called a "job-killer."
Speaker Offers Money For Visit Florida... With ConditionsHouse Speaker Richard Corcoran is willing to allow Visit Florida to remain alive, at one-third the funding sought by Gov. Rick Scott and with a list of conditions attached.
House GOP Attacks Gov. Scott Pet Project Funding In New VideoThe Republican-controlled Florida House has released a scathing video concerning programs championed by Gov. Rick Scott that failed to deliver or worse.
Florida Hit New Tourism High In 2016 Despite a couple of hurricanes and the Zika outbreak, Florida had another record-setting year for tourism in 2016.
Florida Gov. Inauguration Party Cost More Than $600KFlorida Gov. Rick Scott's big party in Washington D.C. to celebrate the inauguration of President Donald Trump cost at least $600,000, according to campaign finance records.
Scott Tries To Rally Support In Incentives FightGov. Rick Scott urged members of Enterprise Florida to lobby lawmakers.
Florida Awards Grants In Battle Against Zika VirusGrants have been awarded to ten Florida universities and research institutions in the fight against the spread of the Zika virus.
State Employee Pay Hikes On The Table Florida would have more state employees under a budget proposal unveiled this week by Gov. Rick Scott.
Gov. Scott Continues To Push For Tourism DollarsDespite heavy opposition from House leaders, Governor Rick Scott continues his push to spend tax dollars on business incentives and tourism marketing.
Gov. Scott Budget To Face Legislative SqueezeWhen Gov. Rick Scott unveils his proposed state budget to a room full of reporters and editors Tuesday morning in Tallahassee, the plan likely will include few new blockbuster programs.
Scott Pitches Prison Worker Pay RaisesFlorida Gov. Rick Scott is proposing to spend $45 million to boost salaries of corrections and probation workers.
Port Everglades Calls Off Pact With Cuba After Governor's ThreatCuban business leaders toured Port Everglades Thursday and met with port officials but were unable to complete the highlight of it - a cooperation pact.

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