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.
Gov. Ron DeSantis: Florida’s Emergency Efforts Shift To Hurricane Dorian ReliefGov. Ron DeSantis says the state’s emergency management efforts will now focus on providing targeted relief to those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
'Remain Vigilant And Be Prepared', Governor Ron DeSantis On Hurricane Dorian's ApproachHurricane Dorian's eastward shift in the latest forecast track is good news for those who live along the coast.
Key Medical Marijuana Issue Goes To Supreme CourtDays after a split appeals court refused to revisit a decision that could revolutionize the way medical marijuana operators do business in Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration has asked the state Supreme Court to take up the case.
'This Track Has A Significant Amount Of Uncertainty', Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Urges Residents To Be PreparedGovernor Ron DeSantis stopped by the National Hurricane Center Thursday morning for a briefing on Hurricane Dorian.
Florida Tourism Numbers Up In First Half Of YearBolstered by U.S. and Canadian tourists, Florida’s visitor count continued at a record pace through the second quarter of 2019, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office said Thursday.
Federal Judge Weighs Arguments In Florida Cancer Treatment FightA federal judge has given both sides until Wednesday to submit briefs in a legal battle over a new state law challenged by a major cancer-treatment firm.