PoliticsShow All

Florida legislative Democrats look to 'long game' to rebuild

Democrats hold just 35 of 120 House seats and 12 of 40 Senate seats, putting them in the super-minority in both chambers.

Meet the Class of 2022: South Florida's newest lawmakers head to Tallahassee

Of the 10 first-time legislators from traditionally blue Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, six are Republican.

The election's over. Now who wants to be Florida Democratic Party chair?

Whatever happens to current chair Manny Diaz, names are being floated. Problem is, some don't want the job.

After defeating suspended member, Allen Zeman has big plans for Broward School Board

Broward schools 'are B rated. We have to be A rated,' he says.

PolicyShow All

Housing challenges linger after Hurricane Ian

Officials now say construction of temporary housing could continue into the summer.

State of Florida pulling billions from BlackRock over 'socially responsible' investing policy

Republican leaders here and across the country have targeted 'environmental, social and governance' standards, or ESG ratings.

U.S. Sugar completes $315 million acquisition amid legal wrangling

The U.S. Justice Department alleges the deal would hurt competition, particularly in the Southeast.

Top aides of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, others added to migrant flight lawsuit

Also among those added: Vertol Systems Company, Inc., which received a state contract to provide the flights, and Perla Huerta, a former Army counterintelligence agent who allegedly led efforts to recruit migrants in Texas.

PersonalityShow All

Political Personalities with Skye

How policymakers can help end Child Hunger: Sky Beard, No Kid Hungry, Florida Director

No child should go hungry in America. But 1 in 6 kids will face hunger this year. No Kid Hungry is ending childhood hunger through effective programs that provide kids with the food they need.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down in the Sunshine State?

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down in the Sunshine State?

Power ListsShow All

The Florida Health Care Power 100

The officials, executives and advocates delivering care across Florida

The Florida Power 100

The most influential political players in the Sunshine State.

OpinionShow All

Here are some basic guidelines for submitting op-eds, letters to the editor

City & State Florida welcomes proposed opinion articles for publication in print and online.

Opinion: Florida Constitution protects a person's right to choose

Florida attorney Adam Richardson argues state constitution's privacy provision includes reproductive rights

Editor's Note: How will Florida further 'tinker with the machinery of death'?

Gov. Ron DeSantis promised to change the state’s capital punishment laws after the Parkland killer received a life sentence.

Welcome to City & State Florida from the publisher, Matthew Gull

'We’re here to surprise, to tell the politics, policy and personality stories that the others can’t see or get to,' Gull says.

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