North Miami Mayoral candidate Anna Pierre, who formerly claimed to be a victim of voodoo tactics, now openly says that Jesus Christ endorses her in her race to become the mayor of the city.
Again, Florida’s $74.5 billion which is currently on Gov. Rick Scott’s desk, contains numerous lawmakers’ pet projects, absent the details.
For some seniors in the Orlando area, August 1st will be a good day, as it heralds the coming of a statewide Medicaid managed-care system in Florida.
After Rick Scott passed a bill outlawing gambling video machines in Florida last year, entertainment venues everywhere found their machines confiscated, and even more venues – mom and pop stores, little cafes and more – simply removed the machines themselves, fearing that the law would descend upon them.
Former State Senator Nan Rich, the only declared Democratic candidate for Governor, is in Central Florida meeting with Democrats and building her campaign against Rick Scott in the critical I-4 corridor.
Although the Senate easily passed the Internet sales tax bill on Monday, House Speaker John Boehner has said, it’s not a top priority for the House.
Gov. Rick Scott late on Wednesday vetoed the controversial alimony bill, but signed off on ethics and campaign finance bills less than an hour after the Legislature gave the nod to one of his top priorities – a sales tax exemption for manufacturing equipment purchases – leading many to speculate there was a quid pro quo.
The Florida Democratic Party announced that Julian Castro, Mayor of San Antonio and keynote speaker of the 2012 Democratic National Convention, will be the keynote speaker at the 2013 Jefferson-Jackson Gala in Hollywood, FL.
Today, the Senate approved a bill that would allow the state to accept $50 billion under the Affordable Care Act, providing health coverage to 1.2 million Floridians. But there’s one big problem, the House isn’t budging.