The candidates are Alex Sink, Democrat, and David Jolly, Republican, but Obamacare is on the ballot in a big way in a competitive House race in Florida that offers a preview of the nationwide campaign for Congress this fall.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio is worried that the American dream is eroding.
The Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether state legislators must answer questions and turn over documents in a long-running political battle.
Florida’s teachers are going to get a pay raise, but it won’t be coming until next year.
Early voting days and sites could be expanded under a bill passed by the Senate.
A bill that would ban Shariah, or Islamic law, and other foreign laws from state courts has passed the Florida House. But an identical bill in the Senate barely survived its last committee on a 5-4 vote.
The Florida Senate has passed a bill that would put an end to permanent alimony in the Sunshine State.
A House panel now is scheduled to discuss a proposed law that prohibits the sale of glass and other pipes known to be used for marijuana smoking and best known as “bongs.”
With a vote looming in the Florida House, rival groups are ratcheting up their arguments for and against a bill that would give parents a stronger voice in charting turnaround plans for failing public schools.
The Alabama Senate has confirmed two new trustees for the Auburn University Board of Trustees. Both of the new trustees, Wayne Smith of Franklin, Tenn., and Michael DeMaiorbus of Huntsville, are white. That’s a point that concerns members of the black caucus in the Senate.