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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
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