Florida GOP Candidate Apologizes For Saying She Had College Degree, Stays In RaceA candidate for the Florida Legislature is apologizing for saying she had a college degree that she didn't complete, but says she will still stay in the race.
Florida Candidate Accused Of Lying About College GraduationA candidate for the Florida Legislature is being accused of lying about graduating from college and using a fake diploma.
Florida Legislature Trying To Wrap Up Work In Final WeekThere is much to do and less time to do it in.
'You Failed Me & My Little Boy': Father Of Parkland Massacre Victim To Florida LegislatorsFathers of two of the students killed in the Parkland school massacre urged legislators to do something to keep their children safe.
Gov. Scott Sets Special Election For Diaz House SeatWith Miami-Dade County Republican Jose Felix Diaz running for an open Senate seat, Gov. Rick Scott has scheduled a special election to replace Diaz in the Florida House.
Critics Call For Veto Of Massive Education BillOpponents of the wide-ranging education bill have turned to Gov. Rick Scott as their last hope to stop the proposal from becoming law.
Calls Grow For Special Session On Medical MarijuanaOrlando attorney John Morgan, who led last year's passage of a medical marijuana constitutional amendment, has joined growing calls for a special session to finalize rules for its implementation.
Budget, School Changes Pass, Lawmakers Head HomeThe Florida Legislature overwhelmingly approved a state budget and ended the annual session Monday, after narrowly avoiding a meltdown over a controversial measure that makes sweeping changes to the state's education system.
Public School Educators Outraged Over Proposed Funding CutsPublic school administrators, staff, and teachers across are giving a failing grade to the last minute education package.
Bill On Regulating Airbnb Type Rentals FizzlesAfter narrowly passing the House, a plan that would have limited the ability of local governments to regulate short-term vacation rentals has died in the Senate.
State Legislators Expected To Approve $83 Billion Spending PlanFlorida lawmakers are expected to wrap their extended session Monday when they sign off on a $83 billion budget spending plan for the upcoming year.
Lawmakers Agree To Pay Millions For Lost Citrus TreesThe secret budget deal worked out in Tallahassee by GOP leaders includes nearly $40 million in compensation for homeowners in two counties whose citrus trees were torn out in the state's effort to eradicate citrus canker.