U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will pack her bags and head to Florida for her first trip outside of Washington, D.C.
State Rep. Joe Gruters has made headlines this week for leading the charge on a bill to get rid of “dark money” in politics, but the Sarasota Republican is facing criticism that his newfound crusade against shadowy committees is simply a personal vendetta and, contrary to its goal, may actually limit transparency in the political process.
A Republican Florida senator stood before the Senate Committee on Health Policy Wednesday to make the pitch for a strict system to regulate the new medical marijuana industry in the Sunshine State.
A massive tax cut package sped through a Florida Senate committee on Tuesday -- but with one big switch, swapping out salary tax credit incentives for cuts on commercial leases in the Sunshine State.
Florida voters are not happy with how Gov. Rick Scott and the state legislature are handling medical marijuana and say both have been slow on the uptake with getting Amendment 2 implemented in the Sunshine State.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson continues to edge out Gov. Rick Scott in a hypothetical 2018 matchup, according to the latest poll from the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
If Miami area Mayors Tomás Regalado and Philip Levine made anything clear Monday, it’s that they have no plans to back down on their ongoing war against homesharing company Airbnb anytime soon.
U.S. Reps. Brian Mast and Charlie Crist are teaming up to demand President Donald Trump speed up the federal government’s role in restoring the Everglades, nearly a decade after Crist put the kibosh on a much-needed project to clean up one of the state’s most precious environmental commodities.
Democratic lawmakers are taking a stand against legislation to crack down on sanctuary cities with a counterproposal banning local governments from detaining undocumented immigrants in the Sunshine State.
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.