Facing overwhelming resistance from county election supervisors in a busy election year, Gov. Rick Scott’s administration is expected to suspend all efforts in 2014 to comb the Florida voter rolls of suspected non-citizens.
Despite some recent successes in combating fraud, Miami continues to be ground zero in Medicare fraud, as criminals morph their schemes to stay ahead of the law, a key South Florida enforcement agent told a Senate panel Wednesday.
The bill creates an alternative to the federal National Flood Insurance Program by authorizing private companies to write the insurance that had previously only been available through the federally-subsidized program.
The Supreme Court says a federal law barring people convicted of minor domestic violence offenses from possessing guns can be enforced even in states where no proof of physical force is required to support the domestic violence charge.
House Democrats are pushing for a vote on a comprehensive immigration bill that would provide a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the country illegally and tighten border security.
David Beckham brought his international star power to the halls of the Florida Capitol Tuesday, trying to rally support from the governor and legislators for the professional soccer franchise he plans to bring to Miami later this decade.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel | Posted: March 25, 2014 7:15 PM
Florida's economy in 2014 is now leading the nation in job growth and overall recovery despite once being a straggler behind other states, a prominent University of Central Florida economist said in his first quarter economic forecast released Tuesday.
A split federal appeals court is grappling with an issue that is crucial to the success of President Barack Obama's health care law, debating whether the government can subsidize premiums for people who buy insurance on exchanges run by Washington.
After a Miami-Dade County Commissioner shelved a proposal to deregulate the the transportation industry, a panel of state lawmakers approved a proposal allowing high-tech, luxury car services companies to circumvent municipalities.