This week, The Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald published a story looking at the number of African-American judges appointed under the Scott Administration compared to administrations before him. In short, Gov. Rick Scott is falling short of his predecessors.
Environmental groups around the state are alarmed at U.S. Sugar's plans to potentially develop huge tracts of land it owns in Hendry County, which might affect Everglades restoration efforts.
Money aimed at ousting Gov. Rick Scott because of his views on climate change has begun trickling into Florida’s gubernatorial race.
A former employee at the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) won a lawsuit against the state. In the suit, she claims the DEO inappropriately reported thousands of Floridians to collections agencies, which has resulted in botched credit scores for many.
Sheldon Adelson, a big Republican donor and casino magnate, donated $2.5 million to a campaign opposing Florida's medical marijuana ballot measure set to go in front of voters this November.
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.