Drivers beware: a small tweak in Florida’s auto insurance legislation could have a big impact on Florida drivers, leading to possibility of increased fraud in the Sunshine State.
Around 2,000 teachers descended in full force upon Tallahassee to protest and demand change within the state’s education system on Thursday.
State lawmakers and frenzied lobbyists returned to Tallahassee on Tuesday for yet another legislative session, but this time they were joined by a group of people who say they aren’t getting equal treatment in the Sunshine State: immigrants.
2016 Legislative Session Brings New Hopes, Criticisms on Immigration, Education, Healthcare in Tallahassee
State lawmakers, lobbyists, the governor, city mayors, political groups and members of the public descended upon Tallahassee Tuesday to mark the opening day of Florida’s 60-day legislative session.
Florida’s 60-day legislative session is set to kick off Tuesday, and the Florida Association of Health Plans is listing out what will be its top priorities for this year’s legislative session.
The Florida State Board of Education voted on the cut scores for the future of the Florida Standards Assessment this week -- a decision which will impact thousands of students statewide as many of them will not pass tests needed to graduate.
The State Board of Education voted in favor of Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart’s recommendations for the Florida Standards Assessment cut scores in Tallahassee Wednesday.
It’s been a contentious year since the Florida Legislature left the state Capitol after the last regular session and state lawmakers are gearing up for another 60-day session to hammer out new laws and a hefty state budget.
President Barack Obama issued an executive order to help prevent gun violence on Tuesday, setting off a chain of reactions from politicians, gun rights activists and gun control groups alike, all of whom had something to say about the president’s big step to fight against mass shootings in the U.S.
President Barack Obama took gun control into his own hands Tuesday, issuing an executive order to expand background checks to crack down on gun violence across the country.