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In his first run for governor four years ago, Rick Scott campaigned on a promise to force welfare recipients to undergo drug tests before receiving state benefits.
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It is possible that Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is correct in warning that establishing relations with Cuba will “do absolutely nothing to further human rights and democracy in Cuba” and could provide “the economic lift that the Cas...
People living in Tampa a generation from now may look back at yesterday’s unveiling of the Channel District’s master plan as the start of a metamorphosis for the entire downtown.
It was typical Jeb Bush. Less than a week after the media tried to tatter his political appeal, the former Florida governor announced he was “actively” exploring a presidential campaign.
There’s no doubting that the area’s sports facilities, museums, aquariums and other attractions helped to raise Pinellas County bed tax receipts to record levels this year, reaching $35 million.
Florida’s nonsensical ban on the sale of half-gallon containers of beer known as “growlers” has managed to remain on the books despite the phenomenal growth of craft breweries in this state over the past decade.
Florida taxpayers have spent close to $30 billion to implement the class-size amendment, which voters adopted in 2002.
Duke Energy’s greedy billing practices are now squarely in the sights of Florida lawmakers who live in the Tampa Bay area and promised during this past election season to challenge the giant utility.
Congress has finally responded to the violent crackdown against political protesters in Venezuela with a vote to impose sanctions on current and former government officials thought to be responsible for the brutality.
Here’s the big takeaway from the six-year Senate investigation of the Central Intelligence Agency’s counterterrorism program:
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