More tax breaks are now coming to Floridians -- Gov. Rick Scott signed off on a $180 million tax cut package in Boca Raton on Thursday.
Tallahassee Mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum is joining the call for a special session on medical marijuana.
Gov. Rick Scott brandished his veto pen Wednesday evening to say “no” to legislation repealing a decades-old provision requiring hard liquor to be sold in stores separate from grocery stores.
There is apparently more than one Daisy Baez in Miami-Dade County.
Noah Valenstein will take over as Florida Department of Environmental Protection secretary beginning next month after the Florida Cabinet unanimously confirmed him to the job Tuesday morning.
The Florida Democratic Party is beefing up its staff in hopes to turn the Sunshine State blue once more.
New suspicions are swirling that freshman state Rep. Daisy Baez could face fraud charges both for living outside her district and for homestead exemption fraud for declaring multiple exemptions on properties she doesn’t actually live at, according to records.
It’s been a little over a week since state lawmakers reached an impasse over legislation to regulate medical marijuana, but one state lawmaker is helping lead the charge to tell legislators their work with medical cannabis isn’t over just yet.
Two of the biggest names to pass the expansion of medical marijuana in Florida -- Orlando attorney John Morgan and Florida For Care Executive Director Ben Pollara -- are going through a very public breakup after the state Legislature killed off a bill to regulate Florida’s medical marijuana industry late Friday evening.
Legislation to regulate Florida’s growing medical marijuana industry is officially dead in Tallahassee, but some say one of the biggest groups pushing to pass the bill ironically is the one responsible for killing it off.