'I Felt It Needed To Be Done': Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis On Senate Removal Of Scott Israel As Broward SheriffThings were much quieter on the state Senate side of the aisle Thursday, one day after a flurry of activity as senators voted 25-15 to permanently remove former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel from his position.
Giuliani Associate Reportedly Wanted Role On Gov. DeSantis’ Transition TeamGov. Ron DeSantis says one of Rudy Giuliani's indicted associates tried to get a job on his transition team.
Indicted Giuliani Associates In Pictures With Florida Governor Ron DeSantis At Election PartyThere are new photos making the rounds showing Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, two Soviet-born Florida businessmen arrested on charges of funneling foreign cash into U.S. elections, at Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ election night victory party in Orlando last year.
Federal Judge Hearing Case Tied To Felon Voting Rights In FloridaA federal judge in Tallahassee is now hearing a case tied to felon voting rights in Florida.
Parkland Parents Back Florida Governor Ron DeSantis In Broward Sheriff DebateGov. Ron DeSantis is facing a showdown about one of his highest-profile decisions: the ouster of Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, whose fate now rests in the hands of the Florida Senate.
Leaders Gather In Orlando For Summit On Fighting Human Trafficking Across The StateGov. Ron Desantis kicked off a conference Monday that hopes to address the problem of human trafficking in Florida.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Wants To Boost Spending For More ‘Job Growth’According to budget requests, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration wants to increase spending on an economic-development program in 2020.
Dems Accuse Gov. DeSantis Of Voter Suppression After Registration Site Goes DownDemocrats are accusing Gov. Ron DeSantis of voter suppression after a registration website went down for maintenance ahead of National Voter Registration Day.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Wants To Create More Financial-Tech JobsGov. Ron DeSantis wants to provide “flexible” regulations in an effort to create more financial-technology jobs across the state.
Florida, FPL Sending More Than Half A Million Bottles Of Water To The BahamasFlorida and the state’s largest electric utility are sending more than a half-million bottles of water to storm-ravaged parts of the Bahamas.
Florida Wants Feds To Chip In For Hurricane Dorian PreparationsFlorida wants the White House to approve federal reimbursements for the state and 24 counties to help cover costs of Hurricane Dorian preparation, shelters and evacuation measures.