Gov. Rick Scott is ramping up his all-out war with the Florida House of Representatives to television airwaves -- next week, the governor will air an ad slamming state lawmakers for voting to kill state public-private agencies Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida.
Florida lawmakers might be calling HB 773 the “Fewer, Better Tests” legislation, but parent groups say the bill’s title is totally misleading and isn’t actually doing anything to eliminate standardized testing in the Sunshine State.
A bill to limit baccalaureate offerings for Florida’s 28 state community colleges sailed through the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Higher Education on Wednesday.
With a push of a button, Floridians can take marijuana and make it into oil and butter, perfect for baking brownies, cakes and syrups.
Garyn Angel calls it “Magical Butter.”
Vacation rental companies and property owners are praising a House committee’s passage of a bill to prevent local governments from adopting laws to regulate vacation rentals in the Sunshine State on Tuesday.
A Florida House panel took one step closer to cutting back on testing by passing legislation to curb standardized testing in the Sunshine State.
Florida lawmakers approved a controversial measure to crack down on Florida’s “sanctuary cities” for undocumented immigrants, green-lighting a measure to punish local officials for failing to comply with federal immigration rules on Monday.
Uber and Lyft were riding high Tuesday after the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee passed legislation to create regulatory and insurance requirements for popular ridesharing companies.
Two Democratic lawmakers have waded into new legislation to keep guns away from children in the Sunshine State.
Florida may have added over 50,000 jobs during the month of January but the unemployment rate ticked up slightly, according to the latest jobs numbers from the state's Department of Economic Opportunity.