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.
Florida Rep. Kristin Jacobs Dies Of CancerRep. Kristin Jacobs has died of colon cancer at the age of 60.
I-4 Work Moving Up In COVID-19 Traffic LullSections of the massive Interstate 4 “Ultimate” project in Central Florida will see accelerated work as the state takes advantage of a coronavirus-created reduction in traffic.
Coronavirus Impact: Florida Election Supervisors Want Gov. DeSantis To Make Changes Due To PandemicFlorida election supervisors have asked Gov. Ron DeSantis for emergency measures they say will help them cope with an anticipated “significant statewide shortage” of poll workers later this year because of the novel coronavirus.
Bernie Sanders Suspends Presidential CampaignSenator Bernie Sanders is suspending his campaign for president, after falling behind former Vice President Joe Biden in recent primary contests. He announced his decision to campaign staff Wednesday morning.
Coronavirus 1-On-1: Sen. Marco Rubio Says Next 30 Days Will Be Toughest On FloridaSen. Marco Rubio is warning we are entering a period that is “going to be very difficult” in Florida.
Coronavirus Could Put 2020 Election Integrity At Risk, Experts WarnVoting experts are warning that the coronavirus crisis could threaten the integrity of the 2020 presidential election.
Trump Signs Massive Coronavirus Relief PackagePresident Trump signed a massive relief bill to respond to the significant economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic Friday, after it was approved by a voice vote in the House earlier in the afternoon.
AG Ashley Moody: Florida Supreme Court Should Consider Marijuana IssueSplitting from the Senate, Attorney General Ashley Moody’s office says the Florida Supreme Court should decide whether a recreational-marijuana constitutional amendment can go before voters.