There was considerable media speculation leading up to this year’s gubernatorial race that Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Florida, might consider a bid against Gov. Rick Scott. Well, it turns out Nelson did consider a run, but ultimately decided against it.
The head of the agency that oversaw the state’s bungled unemployment benefits website is on his way to securing his confirmation in the Florida Senate.
State lawmakers could be considering new restrictions for how people can return completed absentee ballots soon.
Progress Florida, along with other left-leaning political groups, sent a letter to both Sens. Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson of Florida asking them to quickly confirm four judges nominated to federal benches in Florida by President Obama.
About 4,900 jobless Floridians will start receiving unemployment benefits.
Florida’s troubled multi-million dollar unemployment benefits website is going to get help from the federal government.