Government

Florida voters this November will decide on a proposed constitutional amendment that spells out the rights of crime victims.

Florida will get another $27 million dollars this year from the federal government to combat the opioid crisis.

A closely watched medicine made from the marijuana plant reduces seizures in children with severe forms of epilepsy and warrants approval in the United States, health officials said Tuesday.

Florida’s U-S Senators Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson have added a bipartisan proposal to a nationwide opioid bill that could go before the Senate.

Scott, Tribe Reach Deal On Gambling Money

Apr 19, 2018

As legislative leaders hold behind-the-scenes talks about revamping the gambling industry, Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday announced a deal that will lead to the Seminole Tribe continuing to pay more than $300 million a year in casino money to the state.

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