Florida Sued Once Again Over Handling Of Public RecordsGov. Rick Scott’s administration is coming under fire from two telecommunications companies who have filed a new lawsuit claiming the administration is flouting the state's public records law.
Nearly $400M State Contract Protested By AT&TTelecommunications company AT&T is raising questions about a new contract awarded to a rival to provide phone and internet services to the state of Florida.
Local Pension Bill Headed To Gov. ScottA bill that would revamp funding for local pensions for police officers and firefighters is headed to Florida Governor Rick Scott.
Charges Dropped In Disturbance Of Satanic Holiday DisplayThe woman accused of damaging a Satanic holiday display at the Florida Capitol has had her charges dropped.
Satanic Temple's Holiday Greeting Arrives At CapitolThe Satanic Temple, a New York-based group that doesn't really worship the devil, put up a crudely made diorama in the entry rotunda of Florida's Capitol on Monday.
Florida Gov. Gives Extra Paid Holiday To State WorkersFlorida Governor Rick Scott is giving state workers an extra paid holiday this year-- the day after Christmas.
Satanic Temple To Apply For Holiday Display In Fla. CapitolOnce more, the Satanic Temple is trying to spread its version of holiday cheer at the Florida Capitol.
Scott Keeps Distance From Gay Marriage FightWith the gubernatorial race in full swing, Florida Governor Rick Scott is keeping his distance from the topic of gay marriage considered one of the country's thorniest issues.
Florida To Satanists: Oh Hell NoAtheists, Christians, Jews, and even followers of the Flying Spaghetti Monster are all welcome to put up displays in the Florida Capitol rotunda, but the state’s Department of Management Services drew the line with a group of Satanists Wednesday.
Atheists Approved; Satanists Stuck Waiting On Capitol Rotunda DisplayThe atheists are approved but the Satanists must sit and wait a little longer.
House Committee Releases Prison Privatization Bill Proposal A proposal for privatizing prisons in 18 counties in the state, a bill that with a few differences, was released late Friday by The House Justice Appropriations Committee.
UnitedHealthcare Loses Appeal On HMO ContractsA Tallahassee appeals court this week rejected an appeal by UnitedHealthcare of Florida in a dispute about major changes in HMO coverage for state employees.
FL Budget Chairman: Gov. Scott's Plane Sales Against The LawGovernor Scott’s campaign promise to sell the state’s planes to fill some of the Sunshine State’s massive budget deficit may have been popular with voters, but one lawmaker says it was illegal.