New York Times: “Rick Santorum said he would never attend a same-sex wedding. Marco Rubio said he might attend one. Scott Walker actually went to a same-sex wedding reception, not to be confused with an actual same-sex wedding ceremony. Ted [...]
Florida governor Rick Scott filed suit against the Obama administration last week on the grounds that the feds are trying to coerce his state into expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. The bludgeon of choice: threateningShow More Summary
Social and mobile game company Old Man Interactive, founded by Rick Harrison and Jim Scott, has announced the release of Rick Harrison’s Trivia Challenge on Facebook and mobile platforms. Harrison is best known for his appearances on...Show More Summary
Yesterday we celebrated marked Earth Day. President Obama gave a speech in The Everglades during which he chided FL. Gov. Rick Scott for banishing the term climate change from government employees' lips. Separately, we were treated to the latest positive picture from a company still recovering from an oil spill [...]
Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) declined an invitation to meet President Obama on the tarmac Wednesday as he arrived in South Florida, but Principal deputy press secretary Eric Schultz said they aren’t taking the rejection personally. “As custom, we invite the governors of the states in which we travel to meet the president. Sometimes their schedule [...]
US state of Florida Governor Rick Scott has dismissed an invitation to meet with President Barack Obama upon the President’s arrival in Miami.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott's insane lawsuit to get federal healthcare money that isn't Obamacare money is just the tip of the iceberg of the craziness happening within Florida's Republican party. The Republican Senate wants to take the Medicaid expansion. Show More Summary
The president uses his Earth Day message to call for climate action -- and throw a few jabs at Marco Rubio and Rick Scott.
President Barack Obama took a shot at Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) on his own turf Wednesday afternoon. In a speech that was televised by Al Jazeera America but none of the major cable news networks, the president made his case for taking action on climate change from a location that he said will face some of the harshest consequences: Everglades National Park in South Florida.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is working really hard to earn the title of Most Loathsome Governor in America, which is a difficult task in a nation containing Rick Scott, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Sam Brownback, and so many other worthy candidates. Show More Summary
Dan Savage joined MSNBC's Chris Hayes to have a cackle at the Republican candidates tripping over themselves to "correctly" answer the gay wedding invitation question including Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, John Kasich, and others. But Savage has an additional query:...
Your humble blogger has been tracking the battle over the Medicaid expansion in Florida, because it’s a really big deal. If the administration can get Governor Rick Scott and state House Republicans to accept the expansion, it could help weaken the blockade against it that conservatives have built in other states, which has slowed down […]
An unusual and revealing political fight over health care has been unfolding in Florida. It's unusual because it pits Rick Scott, the Republican governor, against some members of his own party. It's revealing because it lays bare the...Show More Summary
Rick Scott has given up his quixotic quest to drug test state employees.
WASHINGTON -- Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) has apparently reached the end of his quest to make state workers and welfare recipients provide urine to prove they're not on drugs. In 2011, Scott sought to impose drug testing on both state...Show More Summary
The Everglades face a boatload of human-caused problems, not the least of which is global warming. On Wednesday, traditionally Earth Day although many Earth Day events were held this past weekend, President Obama will be visiting the...Show More Summary
Florida's GOP governor is suing the Obama administration to get his hands on some sweet non-"Obamacare" money -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Florida's GOP governor is suing the Obama administration to get his hands on some sweet non-"Obamacare" money
It's amazing to see how big a mess the GOP governor is willing to create in order to irrationally oppose "Obamacare" on principle.