House lawmakers are ready to vote on a newly-amended bill to regulate Florida’s medical marijuana industry this week, with the vote over one of the hottest bills of the legislative session likely happening Tuesday.
Adam Putnam hasn’t said he’s running for governor -- yet -- but he continued to stoke the fire of his rumored gubernatorial bid to a group of Republican party faithful Saturday morning.
Gov. Rick Scott seems willing and ready to brandish his veto pen and slash through proposed cuts to Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida after state lawmakers threatened to drastically reduce funding for his twin pride and joy economic agencies -- but state lawmakers are fully prepared to fight back.
Sally Boynton Brown, the former executive director of the Idaho Democratic Party is packing her bags and heading to Florida to serve as the Florida Democratic Party’s new president.
It’s officially “go” time for the Florida Legislature to finally reach an agreement over the future of medical marijuana in Florida.
Python hunting, an activity once reserved for a select few hunters in Florida, is now open to the average Joe wanting to snag a slithering snake.
A proposal to regulate Florida’s medical marijuana industry passed through its final committee stop Monday is now headed to the House floor, and it seems the measure only gets more and more restrictive as the weeks pass by.
An "education train" bill to slash standardized testing is chugging its way along in the Florida Legislature, on track to pass sweeping changes to slash standardized testing and make changes to the state’s K-12 education system.
There’s trouble in paradise -- or in budget world -- for the Florida Legislature.
Embattled Sen. Frank Artiles, R-Kendall, announced his formal resignation from the Florida Senate Friday afternoon after verbally attacking a fellow senator with profane comments and a racial slur earlier this week.