Although funding for Florida Adults with Disabilities (AWD) budget has been cut by millions of dollars, on Wednesday, Gov. Rick Scott touted his record of funding persons with disabilities at a ceremonial bill signing on Wednesday.
The Florida Legislature has until September 25, to draw new congressional districts and defend them in court. That’s according to Leon County circuit Judge George S. Reynolds, III, who issued the order on Wednesday. Reynolds’ order follows last week’s rejection by Florida Supreme Court of eight congressional districts because it was found that lawmakers violated […]
Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera will contest the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Marco Rubio, who is running for president.
Florida released its 2014 Annual Crime in Florida report today. The report shows Florida’s crime rate dropped 4.9 percent compared to 2013.
As the Obama administration moves forward with a plan to allow oil and gas explorers to conduct testing off Florida’s Atlantic coast, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) is filing legislation aimed at blocking the plan.
Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan believes that, because President Obama won two presidential elections, racism no longer exist in the U.S. and that the Black Community has embraced a ‘thug’ culture.
The latest report on how many Americans die broke comes from an analysis by the Employee Benefits Research Institute based on data from the University of Michigan’s Health and Retirement Study.
With just 10 days before the 2015 legislative session comes to a close, Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner (R-Orlando), is convening a workshop on Tuesday, to discuss the precarious situation of the health care budget.
One word: Leadership The man who embodies that concept in Gainesville is Russ Blackburn. Perhaps his greatest unsung accomplishment has been the restraint he has managed to minimize the constant in-fighting in that legendary Hanfield versus McEachoy Feud. Feud participants were everywhere at this Leadership Gainesville Alumni Forum earlier this month. So while Petty Peggy […]