Citrus War in Florida Continues to Bear Bitter Fruit

Citrus War in Florida Continues to Bear Bitter Fruit

The citrus tree fight continues in Florida but could be expedited by the Florida Supreme Court. On Wednesday, the Florida Supreme Court notified Governor Rick Scott that he has until noon on Monday, June 26th to respond to a lawsuit that challenges the governor’s veto...
As Predicted, South Florida May See Insurance Rates Increase

As Predicted, South Florida May See Insurance Rates Increase

As predicted before Session 2017, the Citizens Property Insurance Board of Governors is proposing insurance rate increases, because state lawmakers were unable to pass legislation that better controls something called “assignment of benefits” fraud. “We’re not...
Florida Supreme Court Orders Re-Sentencing for Child Murderer

Florida Supreme Court Orders Re-Sentencing for Child Murderer

A man convicted of a gruesome Miami-Dade County murder of a five year old girl is going to receive a new sentencing hearing as ordered by the Florida Supreme Court. Harrel Franklin Braddy was convicted of the murder of five year old Quatisha Maycock and received the...
New Rules for Traveling to Cuba

New Rules for Traveling to Cuba

Decades after the Cuban Missile Crisis, the small island off the coast of Florida has been making huge efforts to attract American visitors. Americans traveling to Cuba during 2016 reached 614,433, which is a 34 percent increase from 2015. But now, big changes could...