The Florida Bar announced Tuesday the results of a poll of Florida Bar members on the merit retention of three state Supreme Court justices and 28 appellate court judges.
Last Friday night Hillary Clinton wrote off half of Trump’s backers as a “basket of deplorables.”
The Democratic presidential nominee made the comments at an LGBT fundraising event in New York City, and by the next morning the Trump campaign was demanding an apology.
Here's what she said:
With Pinellas County state Sen. Jeff Brandes becoming the first Republican in the Florida Senate to back Amendment 2, supporters of medical marijuana are trumpeting the endorsement.
Florida politicians remembered the victims lost in the Sept. 11 attacks on Sunday, sharing their thoughts on the terrorist attacks which took thousands of lives 15 years ago. Memorials were also being held throughout the state, from South Florida to Orlando and beyond.
On Wednesday, the two South Florida congressmen in charge of the Climate Solutions--Republican Carlos Curbelo and Democrat Ted Deutch--hosted an event focused on how climate change can pose a global security threat.
President Obama wants to be remembered for being the savior of the American and global economies. "There are things I’m proud of," he said earlier this year, citing Obamacare, then added, "Saving the world economy from a Great Depression, that was pretty good."
But the Wall Street Journal isn't buying it.
College football has begun and fans across the Sunshine State are divided as they root for the Gators and the Seminoles.
With the National Football League (NFL) season kicking off on Thursday night, the Miami Dolphins, who haven’t been to the Super Bowl in more than three decades, remain the most popular pro football team in the Sunshine State.
Public Policy Polling (PPP) unveiled a poll on Wednesday asking Floridians who their favorite NFL team was. The Dolphins led the pack with 20 percent of those surveyed saying Miami was their favorite NFL team.
In second place in Florida was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tampa Bay is the favorite NFL team of 15 percent of those surveyed.
Don’t look now but, according to a poll released on Wednesday, the most popular baseball team with Florida fans isn’t from the Sunshine State. It’s not even from this part of the United States.
With buzz growing that he could run for governor of Florida in 2018, Mike Huckabee can at least count on the support of many Republicans across the Sunshine State.