Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-97, Coral Springs) appears to be pursuing a new strategy to continue living outside the Florida House district he represents, even though the Florida legislature last week reaffirmed and clarified the Florida Constitution’s requirement that all legislators live within the districts they represent.
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MSNBC’s leftist commentator Al Sharpton is assuming the lead role in national liberal opposition to Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law, announcing he will lead a protest march in Tallahassee Monday.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will defy the state legislature and refuse to sell any low-value conservation land to help pay for massive new land acquisitions, DEP Secretary Herschel Vinyard announced.
The 2014 Florida legislative session will open Tuesday with a joint resolution spelling out how legislators must abide by the Florida Constitution’s residency requirements.
Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs received campaign contributions from an individual who attempted to hide his connection to the Florida Panthers, federal campaign finance records show.
A drug raid on a house owned by Florida Rep. Linda Stewart (D-Orlando) may get the legislator in deeper trouble as it appears Stewart’s 35-year-old daughter may have been falsely claiming to live in the house so she could vote in Stewart’s district.
Democratic congressional candidate Alex Sink argued yesterday that Congress should pass immigration reform so wealthy homeowners can keep their inexpensive landscaping workers.
Democratic Florida state Rep. Darren Soto laughably claimed in an official letter that oil drilling had suddenly been legalized in the Florida Everglades.
Florida legislators fighting to keep more than 900 red light cameras fining drivers throughout the state rarely have to worry about the cameras themselves while in Tallahassee, a Media Trackers Florida analysis shows.
The Florida legislature is considering two separate bills that would freeze the number of red light cameras in the state or ban the cameras altogether.