Families lose homes after Florida cities turbocharge code enforcement foreclosures
A number of cities across Florida have begun to aggressively foreclose on homes for violations ranging from unmowed lawns to unsafe structures.
Florida National Guard members would be paid for recruiting to build up military in the state
Most members of the Florida National Guard could be paid to bring in new recruits, as lawmakers expand efforts to bulk up the military in the state.
When will Florida property insurance reforms bring relief to homeowners?
A homeowner in Florida who opens their annual renewal to see their premium has increased or finds out their carrier has suddenly dropped them may not have noticed anything different despite reforms.
DeSantis wants to ban federal digital currency
Such a system currently doesn’t exist in the U.S. and isn’t likely to happen for years, if ever, according to federal officials.
Florida gas prices have topped the national average
Florida gasoline prices topped the national average for the first time since early February, with pump prices increasing 14 cents in the state over the past week.