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Florida Senate President Kathleen Passidomo made it clear that she would not be willing to expand Medicaid during her remarks on the opening day of the 2024 legislative session. more
The Office of Program Policy and Government Accountability released the first of three reviews into the effectiveness of innovative, affordable housing strategies implemented in other states. more
According to a report, recent studies have estimated that Florida will have the second-largest physician shortage by 2030 among all states. more
Since Florida has become the largest provider of public vouchers for private schooling in the country, lawmakers now expect organizations administering this money on the state’s behalf to clarify what parents can spend it on.  more
Changes to safe neighborhood improvement districts and other special districts in the Sunshine State could be coming if a new bill in the Florida Legislature is enacted. more
Pittman: "Some folks here in Florida may be hesitant to make the resolutions needed to do better in the new year. Fear not! I am here to provide a gentle suggestion or two." more
In the months since people started losing Medicaid, health policy groups have criticized the process for its high rate of procedural terminations. more
According to the most recent count, there are 30,839 homeless individuals in Florida. That’s an increase of 9% since 2019, according to Florida’s Council on Homelessness  more
A new bill was filed Thursday by a Florida lawmaker that will change requirements for district school boards regarding dual enrollment for students. more
The analysis published Friday in the Health Affairs journal estimates that 169,000 adults and 84,500 children in Florida will not have insurance by spring. more
According to the report, five different school district audits included findings that the AG considered material weaknesses. more
Funding is planned to roll out by December, and adult students can simultaneously enroll in a program that leads to a credential of value that will eventually lead to gainful employment. more
House Bill 173 is sponsored by state Rep. Kimberly Daniels, D-Jacksonville, and is aimed at nonprofit organizations that operate residential homeowners' associations. more
According to a four-year report, the APD responded to 3,724 distracted driving-related crashes, including talking or texting on the phone, inattentive driving, or external distractions. more
Florida is the 13th state this year to introduce legislation that would roll back labor laws intended to protect minors, according to the Economic Policy Institute. more
The report claimed that although the energy is less expensive than 99% of existing coal and new gas generation, only 20 of the 77 utilities have plans to be entirely coal-free by 2030. more
The report says the growth in local water projects inclusive of stormwater runoff, wastewater and lake restoration put into appropriation bills by lawmakers has increased over 1,000%. more
The Florida House Select Committee on Hurricane Resiliency & Recovery met this week to discuss the ongoing recovery efforts in the Sunshine State. more
Florida homeowners' policies are becoming more expensive, but officials say improvements are in the offing as more companies enter the market. more
A new report says amid the Sunshine State's burgeoning population growth, better wastewater stewardship by replacing aging infrastructure is needed. more
The sessions were meant to be an opportunity “for farmers, ranchers, and growers to voice their concerns and thoughts on upcoming agricultural issues. more
The 2015 state-sponsored bear hunt created so much bad publicity for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission that it has not held another one more
Prices have continued to rise in 2023, though at a significantly lower rate until August, when prices spiked again. more
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles encourages Floridians to ‘Take the First Step’ toward pedestrian safety by raising awareness of best practices. more
The increasing rates of trespassing along a train’s right-of-way is illegal. It is also the leading cause of all rail-related fatalities nationwide. more
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