Federal Judge Strikes Down ‘Florida's Pay-To-Vote System’ In a major victory, a federal judge just struck down "Florida's pay-to-vote system."
Gov. Ron DeSantis Blasts Health Dept. Worker Rebekah Jones Fired In Data DisputeGovernor Ron DeSantis addressed the removal of a state employee who helped create the state's COVID-19 dashboard.
Florida's Marco Rubio Named Acting Chair Of Senate Intelligence CommitteeFlorida Senator Marco Rubio has a new title. He's the temporary chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Republican leaders announced Monday, taking charge of the panel at a time of turnover and tension in the nation's intelligence community.
Judge Rejects Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel's LawsuitFormer Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel’s due-process rights were not violated when the Florida Senate refused to reinstate the veteran law enforcement official after Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended him from office, a federal judge has ruled.
Florida Justices Weigh Recreational Marijuana ProposalThe state's Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments about a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow people to use recreational marijuana.
Lawsuit Challenges Florida's Mail-In Ballot Rules Amid Coronavirus PandemicPointing to expected voting problems this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, several groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging parts of Florida’s rules for vote-by-mail ballots.
Coronavirus In The Florida Keys: Monroe County Reopens To Locals OnlyThe Florida Keys in Monroe County is opening Monday as part of the first phase of reopening the state’s economy, however, it is reopening to locals only. Tourists are not being allowed back just yet amid the coronavirus pandemic.day as part of the first phase of reopening the state’s economy, however, it is reopening to locals only. Tourists are now being allowed back just yet.
Joe Biden Confident He'll Turn Florida Blue, Says He'll Restore Obama-Era Cuba Policies In Exclusive CBS4 InterviewIn a wide-ranging interview with CBS Miami, the presumptive Democratic nominee talked Cuba, Venezuela, immigration as well as President Trump’s response to the coronavirus.
Florida Felons' Voting Rights Case Gets Underway MondayTrial will get underway Monday in a federal lawsuit that will determine whether former felons in Florida who owe court fines and fees are eligible to vote.
House Approves $484 Billion Coronavirus Relief Package As Unemployment SoarsHouse lawmakers on Thursday voted to approve a $484 billion coronavirus relief package as new unemployment figures highlight the staggering toll the pandemic has taken on the U.S. job market. President Trump is now expected to sign the legislation, which lawmakers approved by a vote of 388-5.
Senate Reaches Deal On $484 Billion Relief Package To Boost Small Business LoansSenate leaders announced they had reached agreement on another relief package to mitigate the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, after weeks of stalemate between Democrats and Republicans in the Senate.
Coronavirus Q&A: Rep. Ted Deutch Discusses Economic RecoveryPresident Donald Trump announced at a Coronavirus Task Force briefing Thursday that he wants to reopen the economy. For some political insight, CBS4’s Rudabeh Shahbazi and Eliott Rodriguez spoke with Rep. Ted Deutch, who recently accepted an invitation to be part of the White House's bipartisan Congressional panel on economic recovery.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Defends Putting WWE On "Essential Services" ListGov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday defended declaring professional wrestling an essential service and raised the possibility of holding other televised sporting events in empty venues.
Former President Barack Obama Endorses Joe BidenFormer President Barack Obama delivered his long-awaited endorsement of Joe Biden for president on Tuesday, recording an 12-minute video to throw his support behind his former vice president.
Department Of Justice: 'Expect Action' On Social Distancing Regulations Impacting Religious InstitutionsWith social distancing regulations impacting religious institutions across the United States, the Department of Justice said to "expect action" on the matter soon.