LGBTQ students need not apply.
The Florida Department of Corrections is eliminating programs that prepare inmates for their return to the community.
Months before his upcoming U.S. Senate election, Rick Scott is trying to stall a federal court order and prevent former felons from voting for five to ten years.
Scott scheduled the meeting for 9:30 p.m. Wednesday night at the Capitol, to give the public the minimum-required 24 hours’ notice.
A Scott spokesman said, “the governor will always stand with victims of crimes, not criminals.”
From Huffington Post’s Sam Levine, 04/04/2018: Rick Scott announced Wednesday that he will appeal a federal judge’s order forcing the state to come up with a […]
From Tampa Bay Times‘ Steve Bousquet, 10/10/2016: A judge on Monday extended Florida’s voter registration deadline by one more day, through Wednesday, because of Hurricane […]
From NBC News’ Zachary Roth and Alexandra Jaffe, 10/07/2016: Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s refusal to extend his state’s deadline for voter registration in response to […]
From Mary Ellen Klas of Tampa Bay Times, 09/12/2016: Florida Supreme Court Justice James E.C. Perry notified Gov. Rick Scott on Monday that he will retire […]
By Mary Ellen Klas of the St. Pete Times/Miami Herald, 08/15/2016: Restrictions on felons voting is one of the two ways Florida legally disenfranchises voters. […]