Gov. Rick Scott said Tuesday that Florida won't be in the “game for economic development” after lawmakers rejected his proposals for spending on business incentives and tourism marketing.
With North Korea continuing to test ballistic missiles, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has teamed up with senators from both parties to call for increased defenses.
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Annette Taddeo has run more races than Usain Bolt, except he won his. She didn't.
Medical marijuana implementing legislation died Friday in Tallahassee. The House and Senate couldn't come to a reasonable negotiation on the last day of session.
The Sunshine State continues to recover from the 2008 economic recession, which hit our housing market particularly hard. We can take a new tack and encourage continued upward movement by encouraging our government to adopt pro-growth policies that support our economy.
The words "first, do no harm" should be embedded in every legislative swearing in. What a shame it's too late for the 2017 legislative session.
Having bestowed the presidency on a candidate who described their country as a "hellhole" besieged by multitudes trying to get into it, Americans need an antidote for social hypochondria. Fortunately, one has arrived from Don Boudreaux, an economist at George Mason University's Mercatus Center and proprietor of the indispensable blog Cafe Hayek.
With near unanimity, my never-Trump friends confess a sense of relief. It could have been worse. They thought it would be worse. A deep apprehension still endures but the international order remains intact, the republic still stands, and no "enemy of the people" has (yet) been arrested.
Talk about gaping omissions -- please, Miami New Times.
Richard Corcoran is the date who tells you, "Buckle up, sweetcakes, I'm taking you to the best restaurant in town" ... then pulls over and hands you a ham sandwich.
UPDATED: Like a kid at summer camp, George Sheldon wants to come home.
In case you missed it, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York discussed the benefits of school choice with Neil Cavuto on the Fox Network, reflecting a column he wrote for the Wall Street Journal. Dola
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam released the following statement Thursday after the U.S.
Judicial Watch announced Thursday a hearing has been set for Tuesday, March 7 on Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email
Not a decade too soon, Florida’s State Courts System is entering the social media age, admits Paul Flemming, the system's public information officer.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has filed legislation to name a street in front of the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C., after one of Vladimir Putin’s slain opponents.
Two Florida congressmen are teaming up to form a new Congressional caucus focused on the Sunshine State's very own Indian River Lagoon.
Bruce Ritchie of Politico reported Monday th
Senate President Pro Tempore Anitere Flores, R-Miami, filed Senate Bill 378 on Friday, a measure that would repeal the insurance premium tax credit and replace it with a 2 percent reduction in the
The vast majority of U.S. voters support making marijuana legal and think the federal government should respect state marijuana laws, according to a Quinnipiac University Poll released Thursday afternoon. The full poll results are available here.
Florida House Rep. Al Jacquet, D-Lantana, has filed a bill to reinstate voting rights to felons three years after they've served their sentences.
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