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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie may provide a comeback story for the Republican Party, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman said.
The Florida Supreme Court reluctantly issued an opinion that prohibited illegal aliens who graduated from law school admittance to the Florida bar.
The Republican candidate to fill the late-Rep. C.W. "Bill" Young in Florida's 13th congressional district is fully committed to repealing Obamcare, but some seniors who have already voted for him don't think that's such a hot idea.
The Florida Legislature is in Tallahassee and is looking at the legalization of medical marijuana .
The old Broward Correctional Institution is expected to begin accepting bids by the end of March, Florida Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Patrick Gillespie told Local10.com on Wednesday.
Attorney Jose Godinez-Samperio, a Mexican immigrant from Tampa, cannot practice law because he's not a U.S. citizen, the state Supreme Court rule.
The sponsor of a bill that would bring Florida into line with two U.S. Supreme Court decisions on juvenile sentencing offered a compromise Wednesday - but critics said it didn't go far enough.
The court said federal law prohibits people who are unlawfully in the country from obtaining professional licenses.
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One conservative Republican who has suffered from brain cancer talked about the deceit of the federal government in hiding the health benefits of marijuana for his cancer.
In a bitter and surprisingly personal attack, the Tampa Bay Times published an editorial Sunday condemning virtually every moment of Rick Scott's service as governor.
The cadre of volunteers held signs outside the Florida House chamber Wednesday reading "Say Yes for Business! Say Yes for $51 billion!" But the Florida Legislature plowing through an election-year agenda of conservative to-do's and feel-good initiatives has never been farther from embracing federal plans to expand eligibility for Medicaid ... (more)
The number of pedestrians killed in traffic crashes in Florida is on the decline, according to a new report.
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George P. Bush, the son of ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, launches his public career by easily winning the GOP nomination for the little-known but powerful post of Texas land commissioner.