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44 min ago | Tampa Bay Newspapers
If all goes according to plan, the first meeting of the consolidated Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Pinellas Planning Council will take place in May. Gov. Rick Scott signed the MPO's reapportionment plan Feb. 13. At the March 12 meeting, the MPO discussed the steps needed to make the plan reality.
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4 hrs ago | Pensacola News Journal
Serving as director of the Agency for Persons with Disabilities, I am fortunate to hear fabulous and inspiring stories regularly about people born with developmental disabilities.
8 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union
Florida allows craft breweries to fill and sell unlimited amounts of gallon- and quart-sized beer jugs, popularly called growlers .
13 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Gov. Rick Scott defended the Department of Children & Families, saying he has brought in top staff and increased the number of investigators.
17 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
When kids are raised by parents who abuse drugs, the state will urge the parents to get clean, but usually won't force them to.
Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law is facing more protests and backlash than ever as the two year anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death passes.
Back in 2010, Rick Scott drew national attention for spending more than $70 million of his own money to win his first elected office as Florida's governor.
Before Gov. Rick Scott took office, Florida was on a 25-year march toward a racially and ethnically inclusive judiciary.
We are deeply committed to protecting our cherished natural resources, and to ensuring and maintaining water quality.
Florida's springs have been in decline for years, but gauging just how bad things have gotten can be hard.
A bill to counteract the harsh consequences of flood insurance reform was passed by Congress on Thursday and will be sent to President Barack Obama to be signed into law.
CRITICAL CAN'T LAST REPORT AND THERE'S NO WORD 'YOTE WHAT MAY HAVE SPARKED THAT FIRE.
These past few months have been a rough stretch for Jesse Panuccio, the embattled executive director of Florida's Department of Economic Opportunity.
Almost everyone in Tallahassee, from Gov. Rick Scott to House Speaker Will Weatherford to Senate President Don Gaetz, wants to keep tuition low in this election-year session.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Wednesday that he would back a Senate proposal to allow undocumented immigrants to qualify for in-state tuition, so long as they meet certain requirements.
"It was approximately $233 and some change, so yes, that cuts into a lot of people's budgets," said Phillips.