Sales tax on school supplies and clothes would be lifted for two consecutive weekends in 2018 if a new proposal from a Florida lawmaker passes this legislative session.
Tallahassee lawmakers beware -- watchful eyes are spying on state legislators, hoping to dig up dirt by sneaking glimpses at their personal lives and whereabouts as they move through the state Capitol.
Senate President Joe Negron announced he would would be “revisiting” a newly-publicized and highly controversial policy on reporting sexual harassment on Monday after a weekend full of criticisms.
Gov. Rick Scott will push a $50 million proposal to speed up repairs for the Herbert Hoover Dike at Lake Okeechobee as part of next year’s fiscal year budget, he announced Monday.
Florida Republican gubernatorial candidates by and large continued to significantly outraise their potential Democratic opponents in the cash game during the month of September.
In a whirlwind 24 hour timespan, incoming Senate Minority Leader Jeff Clemens, D-Lake Worth, resigned from office Friday after reports swirled he had been caught in an extramarital affair with a Tallahassee lobbyist.
Florida’s incoming Senate minority leader finds himself in hot water after admitting to an affair with a Tallahassee lobbyist, coating the state Capitol in intrigue and scandal well before next year’s legislative session has begun.
The already-crowded Florida gubernatorial field could become a little bit fuller next week as Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine ponders a bid to run for the state’s highest office.
President Donald Trump is officially declaring the growing opioid crisis a “public health emergency,” amplifying the status of a problem taking the lives of thousands of Americans each year.
In an effort to promote what he calls “transparency,” House Speaker Richard Corcoran and House lawmakers are pushing legislation to abolish trade secret laws keeping information about economic development contracts with the state from the public eye.