Gov. Scott Drops Medicaid, Hospital Funds LawsuitFlorida Governor Rick Scott dropped his lawsuit against the Obama administration on Medicaid expansion and hospital funds.
Feds: No Need For Mediation In Scott's Medicaid Lawsuit In the battle over federal hospital funds, the Obama administration says no mediation is needed despite Florida Governor Rick Scott's request for it.
Gov Warns Budget Impasse Could Delay Tax CutsA massive tax-cut package and the governor's push for a "historic" increase in education funding could be in jeopardy as the health care-fueled budget impasse continues in the Legislature.
Scott Plans Trade Mission To Paris Air ShowGov. Rick Scott is again breaking out his passport now that the 2014 election is in the rearview mirror.
Florida Gov. Scott To Respond To 'Ridiculous' AllegationsFlorida Governor Rick Scott said he plans to respond to allegations against his administration brought on by the state's former top cop.
Florida Gov. Won't Explain Shakeup At State Police AgencyAs questions remain about why Governor Rick Scott shook up the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, a new department leader was voted in on Tuesday.
Governor Scott Insists He Has Met Jobs PromiseGovernor Rick Scott touted Friday that he has achieved a promise from his 2010 campaign as Florida has added more than 700,000 jobs since he took office.
Scott, Crist Duel Over Past And Future Of EconomyLong before the flare-up over Charlie Crist's fan earlier this month, Republican Gov. Rick Scott's campaign had been dogged by an earlier debate moment --- one from four years ago, when he was asked to elaborate on his promise to create 700,000 jobs in seven years.
Gov. Scott's Claim Of Fewer Child Abuse Deaths QuestionedRepublican Gov. Rick Scott repeatedly tells voters that abused and neglected children are safer under his leadership than when his Democratic opponent Charlie Crist was governor, but an Associated Press examination of that claim shows that campaign claim may be an exaggeration.
Scott Administration Wants More Restrictions On Marijuana Proposal Gov. Rick Scott and his surgeon general are balking at a proposal headed to the House floor that would open the door for a strain of marijuana that doesn't get users high but is believed to dramatically reduce seizures in children with a rare form of epilepsy.
Gov. Scott To Call For Repeal Of Differential Tuition Law In another thinly veiled shot at his chief rival in the November elections, Gov. Rick Scott will use his State of the State address on Tuesday to call for a repeal of a 2009 law allowing universities to increase tuition up to 15 percent a year.