The Senate's comprehensive gaming package, Senate Bill 8, today passed the Committee on Appropriations and is ready to go to the Senate floor when the 2017 legislation begins March 7.
Florida Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart today appointed nine members of Florida’s Constitution Revision Commission (CRC), four of them from the Treasure Coast.
Sunshine State News reporter Allison Nielsen will participate in a media panel at the Florida Capitol Friday. The panel will be part of Leadership Florida’s “Connect Florida” Connect Day in Tallahassee.
Landowners in the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) released a statement Monday saying emphatically they are not willing sellers of their private property to the government under Senate Bill 10.
President-elect Donald Trump waited only about two weeks after he was elected president to unveil his plans for his first 100 days in office, including proposals related to immigration, trade deals and defense policy.
With the Florida Legislature already holding committee meetings in Tallahassee, on Thursday, the Florida Chamber of Commerce unveiled its agenda for the upcoming session.
Gov. Rick Scott is urging Raul Castro to usher in a new age of democracy in Cuba following the death of his brother, former Cuban president and tyrant Fidel Castro, last month.
Toting up employment progress at the state's ports, Gov. Rick Scott announced Tuesday that Florida seaports combined have created 200,000 new jobs since 2012.
Gov. Rick Scott announced Wednesday that Florida businesses will continue to pay the lowest possible rate for reemployment taxes next year because of Florida’s growing economy and strong private-sector job growth rate.
The South Florida Water Management District rolled out a new infographic at Thursday's Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) meeting -- this one comparing the benefits of storing storm water north of Lake Okeechobee versus storing water south of the big lake.