Florida Business News
- Dueling hands: Florida legislators on collision course over gambling
Florida legislators are on a collision course over what kind of gambling should and should not be allowed in the state.
- Report: Undocumented immigrants contribute $437 million to South Florida economy
Undocumented immigrants contribute $437 million to South Florida’s economy, according to a new report Thursday by Florida International University.
The U.S. Treasury Department will extend its search for dirty money in six high-end real estate markets, including South Florida.
Before there was Disney World, or South Beach, Florida was known for its sprawling farms, citrus groves and ranches.
The higher education package includes a variety of reforms intended to elevate Florida’s State University System and its state colleges to a more competitive level.
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Should Florida legislators allow more gambling (i.e. slot machines) into more counties?