America’s institutions are far from perfect.
The Florida Senate is topping Gov. Ron DeSantis’ request for environmental funding, despite early concerns about a tight budget and the need to react to Hurricane Michael.
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Francis Rooney, Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Want to Crack Down on Oxybenzone, Octinoxate Near National Marine Sanctuary System Coral Reefs
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My first legislative session was in 1979 and I was the incoming president of the then-Florida Association of Private Investigators.
It’s time to stop applauding the efforts of union-funded special interests -- masquerading as “teachers” --- working to deny students the opportunity to pursue their dreams.
Joe Negron's escape from the Florida Legislature to a private fortune he negotiated on the taxpayers' dime is out in the open now.
As children, we were all taught to follow the rules -- obey your parents, share your toys, be nice to others. The same is true for our laws. When we break them, there are consequences.
In a text to a Hillsborough County voter two weeks before the November transit tax referendum, Jeff Vinik point man Tyler Hudson virtually admitted the now exposed scam is fraudulent.
If Randy Fine and Eric Eikenberg were trading cards, I'd give you 10 Eikenbergs for one Fine.
In a large dose of political delusion, Florida fixture Debbie Wasserman Schultz has come forward to declare President Trump the man to blame for the country’s recent spate of anti-Semitism.
For weeks now the Democratic Party has been wrestling with the mounting problem of anti-Semitism in its ranks, in particular regarding freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
In case you didn't notice, U.S. House Democrats, including Florida's Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, voted Friday for their first major legislation of the new Congress.
Despite a four-candidate field and a bitter race, Mayor Lenny Curry easily won re-election Tuesday.
Florida Senate President Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, offered the following comments Tuesday as part of his address to the Senate marking the opening day of the 20
Gov. Ron DeSantis traveled to The Villages on Wednesday to announce his commitment to create a prescription drug importation program for Florida.
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Monday the appointment of Jonathan Satter to serve as the secretary of the Florida Department of Management Services (DMS).
Just before 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Punxsutawney (puhnk-suh-TAW'-nee) Phil emerged from his burrow in Pennsylvania at sunrise and didn't see his shadow.
Sen. Rick Scott announced Friday that he will travel to Puerto Rico on Sunday and Monday to discuss ongoing efforts to rebuild and recover following Hurricane Maria.
"What were they thinking?" asks Camille Gallo, regional press secretary of the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Really? A mic-drop after botching the National Anthem? What was Jimmy Buffet thinkng?