We look at the conservative Democrat who switched parties, and we dive into 80s-era Florida being led by the man who may have picked fruit for your parents.
Florida used to be reliably Democratic. Now Republicans control all the levers of power. So what happened in between? In the first installment of our new series, "Red, Purple, and Blue: A Sea Change in Florida Politics," we begin to answer that question.
In a 6-1 vote, the Manatee County commissioners adopted a resolution that bans county money from being used for Planned Parenthood and nonprofits affiliated with any abortion provider.
Challenges to seats in Tampa and Orlando are outside the realm of discussion for now based on a deal between the plaintiffs and the state. However, agreements were recently reached challenging local, non-federal seats in Jacksonville.
To the concern about "adult live performances," Presnell says Florida law already allows minors to attend R-rated films if accompanied by a parent of guardian.
"The Governor is clearly upset I endorsed Donald Trump for President, and so he took it out on the people of Sarasota County."
The Florida Department of Education sent to the College Board to review all AP courses to see if they "need modification to ensure compliance" with a Florida law targeting instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity.
In the 5-4 decision Thursday, the justices threw out a Republican-drawn congressional districts map that a lower court said discriminated against black voters.
Governor Ron DeSantis' administration is blocking a new advanced placement course on African American studies for high school students.
SARASOTA (SNN TV) - With the Inflation Reduction Act, the United States makes its biggest investment in reversing climate change, which also may help encourage other countries to join the effort. I've spoken many times with the CEO of the Climate Adaptati
Rubio has also said tragic circumstances of a pregnancy -- such as rape or incest -- shouldn't determine whether or not an abortion can happen.
According to USA Today Florida, that's the amount of money Governor Ron DeSantis used to relocate 50 Venezuelan migrants from Texas to Martha's Vineyard.
When pressed in a CBS Miami interview, Rubio said he would favor a complete ban on abortion with no exceptions if a state decided on it.
Commissioner Fried joined SNN to respond to arguments made by those who oppose abortion rights, as well as talk about what she would do as governor on the issue of abortion rights.
Marco La Manno was able to speak to Congressman Crist recently about one of the biggest issues in Florida: the home insurance crisis.
Commissioner Nikki Fried says Florida's government has failed on the issue of affordable housing.
Angelina Colonneso says she has "grave concerns" about Hopes' performance, saying Hopes has not communicated with her office on multiple projects and is concerned about his use of money.
Giffords is an organization led by former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords who was shot a decade ago.
Fried wants the Florida delegation on this committee to keep a cannabis banking provision in the bill.
In this interview, we hear why real estate loves DeSantis and how or if this will affect the special session on Florida's home insurance crisis.
'Ron Be Gone,' as the name states, wants Ron DeSantis gone.
With the midterm elections one day away Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida are getting proactive by urging residents to vote.
TALLAHASSEE – The nearly year–long gap in background checks for concealed carry permits under Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam’s watch is now being reviewed. The audit is being done by the state’s auditor general, and Putnam’s office confirmed that the audit has started. In fact, the review began before the security snafu was made public in […]
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SARASOTA – North Port City Clerk Patsy Adkins has given her 30 day resignation notice, ending a 15–year career with the city. Adkins has spent the two most recent of those 15 years as the city clerk. She had come under scrutiny recently both over the way she managed the clerk’s office and a backlog […]
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SARASOTA – A know your rights event put on by Black Lives Matter touched on topics of what to do when stopped by the police, race relations, and bail reform. 2015 report from the New York Times says of the people currently locked up in this country, 60 percent haven’t been convicted of anything. Close […]
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