Detzner Says He Hasn't Advised Scott On Online Voter RegistrationSecretary of State Ken Detzner says he has not given advice to Florida Governor Rick Scott about a bill that would let Floridians register to vote online.
Florida House and Senate At Odds Over Vastly Different BudgetsThe Florida House and Senate are at odds over the new state budget that is vastly different on both sides.
Florida House Releases Nearly $76.2 Billion Spending PlanThe Florida House on Friday released a nearly $76.3 billion dollar spending plan for this year.
Senators Back Using Federal Money For Health ExpansionA Senate panel unanimously approved a plan to extend healthcare coverage to an estimated 800,000 low income Floridians.
Florida Has Highest Number Of Enrollees Under Health LawFlorida has become the state with the highest number of people buying health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Scott Ally Takes Seat As Florida Utility RegulatorOne of Gov. Rick Scott's political allies is the newest member of the commission that regulates Florida utilities.
Pip Insurance Could Continue To Receive Green LightFlorida's Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater is hoping lawmakers will have more patience with a 2012 law meant to curb fraud in Florida's "no fault" auto insurance system
Florida Gov. Scott Vows To Focus On Jobs During 2nd TermFlorida Governor Rick Scott is taking on his second term promising to stick to the same agenda as in his previous term.
Court Weighs Hike In Bar Fees For Legal AidFlorida's high court heard arguments Tuesday on whether attorneys should get a price hike in Bar fees to help meet the legal needs of poor Floridians.
Health Insurance Enrollment BeginsHealth organizations throughout the state hosted sign up events as the health insurance enrollment season kicked off for its second year on Saturday.
Crist Misses Opportunities With Minority VotersTo win the gubernatorial race, former Governor Charlie Crist needed Florida's black and Latino voters.