With each passing day, House Speaker Richard Corcoran is appearing more and more like a gubernatorial candidate, launching explosive ads railing against sanctuary cities, ramping up his social media presence and now agreeing to a debate over sanctuary cities with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum.
The Florida Senate voted unanimously in favor of a bill banning child marriages on Wednesday.
Two female lawmakers in the Florida House of Representatives introduced a sweeping new bill to combat sexual harassment in the workplace to push for what House Speaker Richard Corcoran is calling “the strongest sexual harassment protections in the nation.”
More than four months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, nearly 450,000 of Puerto Rico’s 1.5 million people are still without power. Residents of some parts of Puerto Rico found themselves in catastrophic conditions after the monster storm ripped through the U.S. territory, in dire need of federal assistance to deliver necessities like food and water.
Richard Corcoran has proved he isn’t playing around when it comes to sanctuary cities in the Legislature, but now he’s out with an explosive new ad to prove just why he thinks the refuges for undocumented immigrants are dangerous to Floridians.
U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., officially kicked off his 2018 gubernatorial campaign in Boca Raton on Monday.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has found probable cause to open a criminal investigation into allegations that former Senate Budget Chief Jack Latvala could have participated in public corruption, the department announced Friday.
A Tallahassee judge has ruled to throw out a People United for Medical Marijuana suit over smokable medical marijuana -- for now -- but said three Floridians had the standing to sue and left the door open for an amended lawsuit in the future, according to court documents released on Friday.
The Florida Senate and the Florida House of Representatives unveiled their proposals for the 2018-2019 state budget on Friday, and the two chambers have very different views of how to fund the state's higher education system next year.
The Florida House of Representatives handily passed a resolution for a constitutional amendment requiring two-thirds of the Legislature’s approval before increasing taxes and fees on Floridians late Thursday afternoon.