By Katherine Bagley
Florida, the most vulnerable state in the country to climate change, faces a key election this November that could have significant ramifications for its ability to cope with the challenge of rising seas and intensifying coastal storms.
By Kartik Krishnaiyer
The Florida Squeeze
The greatest Governor of this state or perhaps any southern state has ever had passed in the early hours this morning.
By Daniel Tilson
As reported by WESH News in Orlando yesterday, Orange County (OC) residents found themselves facing a “rush to judgment” with a late-May special election recommended – at a cost to taxpayers of more than a million dollars – to decide whether proposed big changes should be made to the county charter.
By Sy Mukherjee
It didn’t take long for media outlets and national Republicans to paint Democrat Alex Sink’s Tuesday night loss to GOP candidate David Jolly in Florida’s 13th District special election as a referendum on the Affordable Care Act.
By Bob Sikes
Scathing Purple Musings
Miami Herald reporter Kathleen McGrory has the latest on expansion of Florida’s voucher program.