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Will Amendment 8 get kicked off the ballot? Stay tuned

A court hearing Friday raised more questions than answers over who can control public schools, and whether a Constitutional amendment over the issue should...

New York University waiving tuition for all med school students, New York Times reports....

The New York University School of Medicine announced Thursday in a surprise move that it would cover tuition for all its students regardless of...

CDC releases data on 2017 opioid overdoses. The numbers don’t look good.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released new data on drug overdose deaths in the last year nationwide and the numbers are...

Stop the lying: Verify academic credentials for all candidates

Many political junkies and non-junkies know by now that Florida state House candidate Melissa Howard went to great lengths – including displaying a fake...
Florida Supreme Court

Could GOP lawmakers push for bill banning judges from meddling in redistricting?

Three years ago, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that the state Legislature’s redistricting of legislative and Congressional districts was unconstitutional -- ultimately allowing new...

Five Florida cities ranked top 10 best places to retire, WalletHub reports

Orlando is the best city to retire to in the nation, according to a recent WalletHub study. Newark, NJ was the worst.The study looked...

Group plans voter registration drive at 43 college campuses

Progressive group NextGen Florida plans to register thousands of students during the next few weeks on 43 college campuses across the state – including...

From super rich to debt-ridden, FL candidates reveal net worth

The multi-millionaire political candidates usually have extensive real estate holdings, business interests, stocks, bonds and cash in the bank, among other assets.Then there are...

Lawsuit seeks to knock six amendments off November ballot

Two people, including former Florida Supreme Court justice Harry Lee Anstead, filed suit Tuesday at the Florida Supreme Court to knock six amendments submitted...

Rick Scott asks again why Bill Nelson revealed information about Russians hacking into Florida...

(Updated) Florida Governor Rick Scott charged on Tuesday that U.S. Senator Bill Nelson hasn’t been transparent about his recent statements that Russians have “penetrated” into...

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