The Florida House is splitting a bill to cut Gov. Rick Scott’s beloved Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida in one of the first steps for a possible compromise before the 2017 legislative session even begins.
A group of Washington insiders with unknown funding sources is instructing protesters on how to organize and cause commotion at town halls in a lengthy online guide which outlines how to “lay low” and look inconspicuous so congressmen don’t suspect they might be protesting the Trump agenda.
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine and President Donald Trump are two peas in a pod.
A high-profile Miami senator wants to say “bye bye” to Florida’s high cell phone and TV taxes, filing legislation to cut both during this year’s legislative session and replace them with a smaller tax.
Updated 4:45 p.m.: The Republican Governor's Association's Executive Board voted Gov. Rick Scott as the group's Vice Chair Friday afternoon.
It’s good to be Gov. Rick Scott these days.
Scott has risen from a political nobody to governor, potential head of the Republican Governor’s Association to a possible Senate candidate next year, all in a whirlwind seven years.
Add one more name to the mix of possible Democratic gubernatorial candidates. On Friday, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum announced he was “seriously considering” running for Florida governor in 2018.
Gillum made the announcement through a series of tweets posted Friday morning, hours before he was scheduled to prepare similar remarks at a Central Florida Urban League conference in Orlando.
President Donald Trump’s administration reversed a policy on transgender bathroom guidelines from the Obama era on Wednesday, causing a cascade of criticism and a wave of support from Floridians, elected officials and educators alike.
Enterprise Florida could be resurrected from its legislative grave under a new legislation filed by Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump’s approval rating might be tanking nationally, but he’s still riding high among Florida Republicans, who overwhelmingly support his presidency according to a new poll.
Florida continues to be one of the nation’s leaders in Advanced Placement exams, according to a report from College Board.