Already a hot bed for identity theft, insurance and health care fraud, a South Florida-based scheme allegedly enriched 11 people who used public health services to scam foreign nationals.Read More →
State regulators took on a third generation family-owned dairy farm in one of Florida’s smallest counties and gave it an offer the owners had to refuse: call a natural milk item imitation milk or inject it with additives.Read More →
By Kenric Ward | Watchdog.org
WASHINGTON, D.C. – EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and a deep-pocketed donor to Democrat candidates will convene with climate activists behind closed doors Wednesday at the Mayflower Hotel – keeping uninvited press at bay.
McCarthy will deliver a keynote address to the Center for American Progress (CAP), one of the country’s largest and most […]
Long lines, late results and a reputation for narrow margins of victory — there’s no place like Florida during election season.Read More →
Fossil lovers now have one more way to link up and talk about dinosaurs — thanks to a mammoth-sized federal grant. Whether tax dollars should be used to support private hobbyists, however, is another question.Read More →
Cans, bottles, kegs and sixers? Cheers. A 64-ounce growler? Not on your life. Such are Florida’s craft brew regulations. One public interest law firm says the nanny regulation is designed to protect big beer at the expense of small businesses and micro brew lovers.Read More →