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The report showed Florida's program was a critical lifeline for more than 65.7% of the state's children during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The brief 554-word bill would be called the "Unauthorized Alien Transport Program" and funded with $10 million through the state Division of Emergency Management.  more
It’s an issue that many local governments have been dealing with on a weekly basis, but there’s been relatively little help from Tallahassee. more
A report from a patient advocacy group found the future of medical cannabis in the states is hazy unless costs are decreased and product safety standards are improved. more
February is Hit-and-Run Awareness Month in Florida, and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and its division of the Florida Highway Patrol. more
Several federal law enforcement agencies have issued a public safety alert about “an alarming increase” in online exploitation of children and teens. more
The Florida Retirement System has shrunk over the last year, and some analysts are saying that it will not survive on its current course. more
AARP Florida released its 2023 legislative focus areas, highlighting the importance of enhancing the quality and oversight of Florida’s long-term care system, adult guardianship system, and housing options. more
Wednesday’s meeting came less than a month after the U.S. Agriculture Department showed in a report that orange production in Florida was down 29% from an October forecast. more
While the majority of drivers understand to pull over for emergency vehicles approaching from behind, state law also requires vehicles to move over a lane for certain emergencies. more
The Florida Legislature insurance reforms — which would give the carriers another $1 billion subsidy passed the Florida Senate. more
The initiative – a toll relief program that would be offered from Jan. 1, 2023, through Dec. 31, 2023 – would only benefit frequent commuters using Florida’s prepaid toll program. more
Public officials said that the intention of this week’s special session in the Capitol was to bring “real relief and the relief on the part of homeowners and not just insurance companies.” more
Insurers and the larger business community would get virtually everything they want under legislation proposed for the Legislature’s special session on that topic and trial attorneys would … more
Florida, you may have heard, is a sunny place for shady people. We’ve had that reputation ever since the first grinning huckster sold an acre of swampland to an unsuspecting Yankee. more
Government funding is set to expire on December 16th without a continuing resolution to continue existing budgets and programs into the new year. more
The time period for 100 percent federal funding for those efforts has been extended for another 15 days, through Dec. 7, according to the White House press release. more
Florida lawmakers are scheduled to return to Tallahassee soon for another special session to deal with the state’s property insurance crisis. But it’s not just homes and condos. more
The weeklong observance recognizes traffic incident responders' critical role in saving lives and keeping traffic moving on Florida’s roadways. more
The newly-formed Florida House District 39 is a rare battleground in state elections. Unlike most districts in Florida, SH-39 is evenly split between Democrats and Republicans. more
According to voter rolls, District 39 will be a battleground where the number of registered Democrat and Republican voters is about even. There aren't a lot of those in Florida. more
Florida voters could offer significant property tax exemptions to Florida’s teachers, firefighters, and active-duty members of the U.S. military. more
Last week, the first toll credits of the SunPass Savings program were posted to customer accounts. For September, 361,000 drivers saved a total of $4.3 million. more
When Hurricane Ian blasted Florida with Category 4 intensity, it brought with it gale force winds and massive flooding, but no one expected a flesh-eating virus. more
With vaccines preventing 4 to 5 million deaths per year according to the WHO, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2022’s States that Vaccinate the Most, as well … more
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