SB 808 is now scheduled to go to the full Senate Appropriations Committee for consideration.
New rankings from U.S. News & World Report put Florida atop the list
Yesterday the governor announced that the Trump Administration had committed to $1.5 billion in LIP funding, solving a huge budget gap for Florida.
Attorney General Bondi’s MFCU protects Floridians from the neglect and exploitation of Medicaid defrauders, saving Florida millions of dollars.
Principal Leadership Award Winner visits the Capitol to talk about assessments
Maybe, but member projects are here to stay
After hosting the Pro Bowl, and with March Madness on the horizon, Orlando is poised to score big.
If you own non-homestead property, there is a chance you will be seeing a significant tax increase on that property in 2019.
The booming cruise industry is a significant driver of the state’s job market and, according to a recent report, is directly responsible for 138,300 Florida jobs.
An op-ed from President & CEO Dominic Calabro
Giving prison "dorms" a whole new meaning.
The Principal Autonomy Pilot Program Initiative (PAPPI) is a voluntary program in seven school districts that grants participating principals greater authority and autonomy.
Extending the trust we all have in nurses to the boardroom will complete hospital boards – no players will be missing.
Recognizing a serious problem, one company created a partnership with law enforcement to help address a common crime.
The new Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives wants to shake things up. Richard Corcoran began his new role with a bang, bringing forward new House rules that include changes aimed at limiting the influence of lobbyists on the legislative process.
The holiday was put on the back burner the last two years, but then Hermine and Matthew rolled in.
For 2016, Florida received an overall score of 72.4 points, a grade of C-, and an overall rank of 30th.
St. Petersburg has committed to a cutting edge plan to become the first city in Florida to garner all its energy from renewable resources.
State corrections wish a spoonful of sugar would help this medicine’s price go down.
The Legislature did not ratify a new Seminole Gaming Compact last session and as a result, the state has already lost nearly $250 million and could lose out on another $2 billion over the next seven years.
With the 2017 Legislative Session drawing closer, it is important to identify topics and bills and that have gained significant traction in recent years but haven’t come to fruition.
The Senate Appropriation Subcommittee on Health and Human Services learned just how expensive getting old is, particularly when nursing home care is required.
Justice-involved women and girls are often treated through programs and services targeted towards the larger population: men and boys
Could it be that the medical model can only take us so far along our road to better health? Are there alternate routes we should explore?
Like beauty, the attractiveness of a state’s business climate is in the eye of the beholder. There are many measures of states’ tax and business climates.