Florida Politics  

TDT is a ‘pot of gold’ as lawmakers consider changes to tax  

Several TDT-related bills are advancing this Session. 


Click Orlando 

Property insurance premium tax break could make Florida tax package  

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A tax package that began moving forward Tuesday in the Senate and a revised tax proposal in the House could provide some assistance to homeowners with property insurance costs. 


Florida Phoenix 

Negligence claims against FL government could get easier, but not as much as in many other states  

Lawmakers still working on snags on ‘sovereign immunity’ bills as Legislature begins to wind down 




Orange County set to become first Florida county using COVID-19 cash to clear medical debt  

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Orange County is on track to become the first county in the state to clear medical debt with leftover COVID-19 cash. 


Fox 35 

Orange County first responders honored for Hurricane Ian efforts  

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orange County first responders were honored for their efforts to rescue people during Hurricane Ian. 


The Palm Beach Post 

Sales-tax increase in Martin County would help buy sensitive conservation lands  

MARTIN COUNTY — An environmental group wants to protect 45,700 acres of environmentally sensitive land and waterfront and wants the sales tax increased by a half-percent to help the county pay for it. 



Seminole County Government receives safety grant aimed at preventing drownings  

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — The Seminole County Government recently received a grant of nearly $200,000 meant to improve pool safety and reduce the occurrence of drownings locally. 



Flagler County considers defunding school resource deputies  

FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. — Flagler County commissioners are considering ending an agreement with the school district that would defund school resource deputies. 


Florida Today 

Brevard County Commission declines to move on term limits for constitutional officers  

Term limits for constitutional officers in Brevard County will not come to a vote this year after the proposal failed at Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of County Commissioners. 



Sun Sentinel  

‘Tell us what to do’: Broward unveils ways for its cities to tackle affordable housing  

Broward County commissioners are close to adopting a 10-year Master Plan that they said could tackle the affordable housing crisis, which experts say is hurting the disenfranchised, who spend most of their income just to have a place to live.