Representative Randy Fine will present his first bill of the 2020 Legislative Session on Wednesday, HB 2053, which is an appropriations request in the amount of $50 million to fund a new Indian River Lagoon State Matching Grant Program.
Florida senators have a tough task ahead. Today they convene in special session to decide the fate of suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.
Governor Ron DeSantis announced Florida’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.2 percent on Friday, as labor force participation increases.
President Donald Trump Holds massive rally in Dallas, TX.
After an hours-long meeting, Vice President Mike Pence announced on Thursday afternoon that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has agreed to a ceasefire in northern Syria.
Representative Thad Altman on Thursday called on the Brevard County Commission to immediately reinstall the speed humps on South Tropical Trail that had been removed in order to resurface the road.
Governor Ron DeSantis and Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Secretary Simone Marstiller announced on Thursday that the number of juvenile arrests declined eight percent in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 according to the latest delinquency report released by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, the powerful House Democrat who represented Baltimore for more than two decades and was a vocal critic of President Trump, died early Thursday after battling health problems, his office and family said.
Representative Randy Fine demanded on Wednesday that the City of Palm Bay, “provide a complete and transparent accounting regarding its gross malfeasance” with a new $27.8 million state- and federal-funded I-95 interchange in South Palm Bay.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer announced at a news conference outside the White House on Wednesday that they had just walked out of a meeting with President Trump on Syria policy, after he apparently called Pelosi either a “third-rate politician” or “third-grade politician” and angrily suggested the Democrats probably appreciated communist Islamic State terrorists in the Middle East.
Senator Debbie Mayfield, who represents District 17, visited Sebastian Inlet State Park today as guest of the Florida State Parks Foundation and the Florida Park Service.
Governor Ron DeSantis, the Florida Department of Education and the Florida College System announced that all 28 Florida Colleges support the Last Mile College Completion Program and are voluntarily providing scholarships to eligible students using existing resources before receiving funding from the Legislature.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced after meeting with the House Democratic caucus on Tuesday that there will be no vote — at least for now — on the launch of formal impeachment proceedings against President Trump.
With the latest Democratic presidential debate taking place tonight in Ohio, there is growing focus on the leaders, and with that some forward-thinking speculation.
Twelve of the top Democratic presidential primary candidates take the stage Tuesday for the fourth Democratic debate of the 2020 campaign season.
Early-state Democratic voters say President Trump’s allegations against Joe Biden have not affected their views of Biden and largely think they aren’t true. Even so, it’s Elizabeth Warren who continues to draw support from Democrats.
A new voucher program approved during the 2019 legislative session that dramatically expanded Florida’s school choice program but is being challenged in court has reached its first-year enrollment cap of 18,000 students, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Friday.
President Donald Trump Rally LIVE in Minneapolis.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, is threatening to boycott next week’s Democratic presidential debate amid accusations that the Democratic National Committee and the media are “rigging” the 2020 primary elections against dark horse candidates like herself.
Former Vice President Joe Biden announced his support for the impeachment inquiry against President Trump for the first time on Wednesday, saying in a speech that Mr. Trump had already indicted and convicted himself, and he has committed “impeachable acts.”