Orlando attorney John Morgan says he hasn’t given much thought to running for governor as an independent candidate, but didn’t entirely rule out the possibility in a video message posted Tuesday.
What is the Democratic Party without John Morgan?
The U.S. Supreme Court handed a loss to a Florida gun group on Monday when it declined to hear a case surrounding the state’s open carry law.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum has finally hired a new campaign manager, four months after his previous campaign manager resigned from his team.
Gov. Rick Scott is making another push for increased funding for Florida’s education system, saying his new budget proposal will be the “highest ever” in Florida history.
Once rumored to be a possible frontrunner for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, Orlando superattorney John Morgan is leaving the party.
State Rep. Lori Berman will be resigning from her post in the Florida House of Representatives and making a run for an open Palm Beach County Senate seat, Berman announced Tuesday. The Lantana Democrat tendered her resignation in an official letter sent to Secretary of State Ken Detzner on Tuesday. Berman’s resignation will be effective April 9 of next year.
Veteran Family Files Complaint Against Florida Department of Health Over Medical Marijuana License Delay
A group of families and a medical marijuana nursery are taking legal action against the Florida Department of Health for failing to meet the October deadline to dole out five new licenses to cultivate and sell medical marijuana in the Sunshine State.
Florida welcomed a record number of tourists to the state during the first nine months of 2017, according to the latest estimates from the state tourism agency.
Florida Democratic Party president Sally Boynton Brown has resigned amidst a flurry of controversy when two former party staffers said she “enabled” FDP chairman Stephen Bittel’s “creepy” and “inappropriate” behavior towards female staffers.