Public records obtained by the Tampa Bay Times add ammunition to critics who say Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alan Grayson's use of a hedge fund in the offshore tax haven of the Cayman Islands may have violated U.S. House ethics rules that ban receiving improper outside compensation.
TALLAHASSEE — Rejected by Florida lawmakers last spring, Gov. Rick Scott is barnstorming for public support for education programs he wants to revive in next year's state budget.
LAS VEGAS — Marco Rubio didn't want to be on the nation's political radar. Not this early in the presidential race. Not with so much time left for rivals to take aim at the big target on his back.
Florida is one of only a handful of states left in the country that doesn't allow any open carry of firearms, and some state legislators want to change that.
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FORT LAUDERDALE — More Cubans are coming to Florida in their golden years to retire, able to tap U.S. government assistance even though they never lived or worked here.
NORTH LAS VEGAS — His old working-class neighborhood in North Las Vegas, where Marco Rubio spent six impressionable years of his youth, looks more like the majority of Hispanic America than Rubio's hometown of West Miami. Restaurants sell tacos. Bars advertise soccer matches. Conversations sound distinctly …
TALLAHASSEE — Fred Leonhardt, a shareholder at GrayRobinson law firm in Orlando and prominent civic leader in Tallahassee and throughout the state, died early Saturday, his former law partner Dean Cannon confirmed. He was 65.
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FORT LAUDERDALE — Cuban immigrants are cashing in on U.S. welfare and returning to the island, making a mockery of the decades-old premise that they are refugees fleeing persecution at home.
TALLAHASSEE — Circuit Court Judge Terry Lewis on Friday gave tentative approval to a new congressional redistricting map that has the potential to unseat at least three incumbent congressional candidates and opens the doors for others to enter the fray.
TALLAHASSEE — Fantasy sports companies and their national trade association have begun ramping up a political profile in Florida, hiring big-name lobbyists and handing out large campaign donations to key state legislators as they aim to protect their lucrative industry from regulatory scrutiny.