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.
A bill to overhaul the Public Service Commission, the state’s utility regulation board, was unanimously OK’d Tuesday by a Senate panel.
A bill that would allow guns on college campuses in Florida continued to generate passion Monday as it cleared its latest committee on a party-line vote.
Senate President Andy Gardiner Monday said he “wouldn’t be a bit surprised” if the legislative session comes and goes without a new Seminole Compact being presented to lawmakers.
The Philadelphia invasion is drawing near.
The Mouse must like Jamie Grant.
WASHINGTON — Stepping closer to a White House bid, former Gov. Jeb Bush is ready to release thousands of emails and the first chapter of a related e-book intended to highlight his compassionate leadership style and conservative credentials....
The sponsor of a bill originally intended to legalize the half-gallon size of beer containers known as growlers pulled the measure from consideration Wednesday after pushback from beer distributors and other lawmakers.
If state Rep. Neil Combee’s latest bill passes, the people of Florida will again be able to make and sell slungshots.
A joint legislative auditing panel on Monday announced four accounting firms that will be checking the reporting work of random lobbyists.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a wealthy former businessman who put up millions of his money to help his two campaigns, is refusing to hand over detailed financial information that could answer whether he is violating a state ethics la...