TALLAHASSEE, FL - Florida lawmakers sprinkled the new state budget with projects to take to the folks back home.
But when Gov. Rick Scott issued $368 million in budget vetoes Monday, he raised pointed questions about whether state taxpayers should pay for local projects --- and what kind of return the state should get for its money. Also, he singled out some projects that did not go through normal review processes or that had been tailored to private organizations.
TALLAHASSEE, FL - The fate of the Apalachicola Bay could be hanging in the balance as Florida's congressional delegation fights for more water from Georgia, and seafood workers try to restore oyster beds.
The Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday in a case that could define how much scrutiny future redistricting efforts will face under the "Fair Districts" amendments.
The Republican Party will make inroads to the nation’s Black voters only after it adopts policies that embrace a progressive civil rights agenda, the head of the
Glenn Beck on Tuesday responded to the tragic events surrounding the bombings in Boston, laying out his thought on everything that has occurred in the last 24 hours by blasting President Obama for initially refusing to call it "terrorism."