As soon as President Donald Trump announced his nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court Tuesday evening, Florida politicians and other leaders came forward with their reaction.
Gov. Rick Scott plans to boost education spending in Florida, honing in on college scholarships and slashing controversial teacher scholarships as part of his $83.5 billion budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year.
Gov. Rick Scott has made healthcare and education his top priorities in Florida in the $83.5 billion budget for fiscal 2017-2018 he rolled out Tuesday morning.
Betsy DeVos will finally face the music -- and a committee of U.S. senators -- as she heads for a full vote to become the next Secretary of Education on Tuesday.
It’s been a baptism by fire for Florida’s freshest faces in Congress as they quickly adapt and react to the latest waves made by President Donald Trump’s executive order indefinitely barring Syrian refugees from entering the country and barring other refugees from entering the country for 120 days.
Floridians reacted to President Donald Trump’s latest executive order banning entry to the United States by refugees, migrants and green-card holders from seven Muslim countries, protesting the order many say unfairly discriminates against those of the Muslim faith.
Did the League of Women Voters pay fake protesters to show up to oppose a Stand Your Ground bill?
Anti-Common Core Groups Plan to Abolish Florida Standards in English, Math During 2017 Legislative Session
A coalition of education groups opposed to the Common Core State Standards has unveiled its list of priorities for the upcoming legislative session in Tallahassee, putting a massive target on the back of the controversial state standards.
Oscar Braynon and Donald Trump might seem like an unlikely pair, but the two are rallying around a common cause to call for an investigation of widespread voter fraud.
Gov. Rick Scott is asking the Florida Legislature to slash taxes by $618 million in the coming year.