The “Buffett Rule,” which has split Florida’s U.S. Senate delegation, will likely come to a vote this week as Republicans and Democrats begin posturing for November’s general election.
The Keystone XL pipeline has become a hot topic among politicos as gas price continue to rise. Despite the fact the pipeline won’t immediately impact gas prices, U.S. Representative Connie Mack started a petition drive Thursday to ask for the pipeline to be built.
Tax refund scams are not new, but they’re costing Uncle Sam, and by default, you, as much as $10 billion a year and the current laws may not be strong enough to protect taxpayers from sophisticated tax thieves.
Republican Representative Connie Mack IV picked up several key Republican endorsements Monday in his battle to unseat incumbent Senator Bill Nelson.
Mitt Romney is in full control of the Republican field in the upcoming Florida primary, according to a new poll from War Room Logistics.
If Senator Bill Nelson was expecting an easy road back to the Senate in 2012, it looks like he’s in for a lot more than he bargained for with Republican Connie Mack.
Incumbent U.S. Senator Bill Nelson was not expecting a serious challenge in 2012. But new poll results from Quinnipiac University show Nelson will have a tough haul to re-election this year.
The chances that a Republican can unseat Senator Bill Nelson in 2012 are shrinking every day. Nelson outraised every Republican challenger that has declared for the 2012 GOP primary.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio said Monday he would vote against the debt ceiling compromise bill worked out between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Speaker of the House John Boehner.
A program which offers free help for children who may have been exposed to lead in the soil at Miami’s Olinda Park has been extended.