Tourism Leader Warns Budget Cut Could Cost JobsFlorida's tourism marketing chief says thousands of people may be out of a job across the state as he implored lawmakers to reconsider a funding cute for the agency.
Gov. Scott Slams House Over Visit Florida CutGov. Rick Scott has criticized House leaders for their budget proposal concerning the state's tourism marketing agency Visit Florida.
Gov. Scott To Renew Fight For Economic Development CampaignGov. Rick Scott is resuming his campaign to build support for the economic development agency Enterprise Florida and tourism marketer Visit Florida.
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.
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.
Business Leaders Warily Watch Incentives DebateSeveral hundred business leaders met Thursday in Orlando to talk about job creation across Florida, with a focus clearly on Tallahassee.
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.
Tourism Chief Out After Pitbull ControversyGov. Rick Scott on Friday requested the resignation of the state's tourism-marketing leader amid a controversy over an expired $1 million contract with a Miami hip-hop artist whom the governor praised for his "devotion to our great state."
Amid Spat, Pitbull Releases Contract With Visit FloridaAmid a spat between a state lawmaker and Pitbull's production company over how much he was paid to promote the Sunshine State, the rapper has decided to put it all out there.
Lawmaker Sues Over Pitbull's Tourism ContractA Florida lawmaker is taking Pitbull's production company to court to find out just how much the rapper was paid to promote Florida tourism.
Visit Florida Trying To Bolster Tourism After StormsThe state's tourism agency has launched a "four-pronged" marketing plan to help the industry after Hurricane Matthew caused destruction in parts of the state.

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