A Florida Politics Blog
Made fresh, never frozen, here's the juice on local and state politics from the staff of The Tampa Tribune, The St. Petersburg Tribune and the Tribune/Scripps Capital Bureau.
As expected, Gov. Rick Scott has signed into law a change to the state’s presidential primary date, which in 2016 means the election will be March 15.
Saying he doesn't want to engage in #x201c;brinksmanship#x201d; with the federal government, Senate President Andy Gardiner announced a state budget for health and human services that includes Medicaid expansion and a new model for paying for hospita...
The much anticipated — at least for local politicos — faceoff between District 6 candidates Jackie Toledo and Guido Maniscalco scheduled for Thursday night won’t happen.
The Florida Legislature has approved a change to the state’s presidential primary date, which in 2016 means the election will be March 15.
Gov. Rick Scott’s office on Tuesday announced four appointments to the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council.
The historic Tampa Theatre stands to get $1 million in state money under a budget plan that came out this week.
With one week to go until polling day, both candidates in the heated City Council District 6 race are continuing to pick up endorsements.
Several bills of note continued to move through committees Tuesday, including:
After a two hour hearing, a House panel Tuesday cleared legislation cast as “common sense” by proponents, but vocally opposed by the transgender community, which says it’s discriminatory.
A televised debate is scheduled 7 p.m. Thursday between the two candidates in the runoff for the District 6 Tampa City Council seat.