State lawmakers are game for a bill to require recess for Florida students, passing a bill Tuesday to mandate at least 20 minutes of recess each day in the Sunshine State.
For the boys of the Arthur G. Dozier School, an apology had been a long time coming.
A Florida Senate committee unanimously passed a plan to regulate Florida’s newly expanded medical marijuana industry on Monday.
Conspicuous by his absence, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum won’t say why he was a no-show at the Florida Democratic Party’s County Chair Association meeting this weekend, but some are raising their eyebrows, saying the mayor skipped out due to an ongoing scandal surrounding his government use of an email server for campaign purposes.
An overwhelming majority of Floridians support allowing homeowners to rent out their houses through the popular homesharing website Airbnb, a new poll shows.
Fresh off of a disheartening performance in the November elections, the Florida Democratic Party says it's ready to win again.
Florida lawmakers will consider a series of proposals to implement the new constitutional amendment to expand the use of medical marijuana in a Senate committee meeting held next week.
The Florida Democratic Party will hold its first meeting with its fresh set of new leadership this weekend in St. Petersburg.
Ankle-deep in mud, sweat dripping from his brow, Tom Rahill can’t help but smile.
A Tale of Two Budgets: Florida House, Senate Differ in Proposals for Enterprise Florida, Visit Florida
The Florida Senate and the House of Representatives have two very different ideas on how much money the state should give to Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida, setting up a showdown over the public-private agencies which has quickly morphed into one of the hottest issues during the 2017 legislative session.