Today’s Top Florida Politics and News –

Sun-Sentinel: As some boycott, three South Florida mayors attend White House summit

Ledger: Ross, Soto strike cordial tone during forum

PNJ: Gaetz ‘seeking feedback’ on net neutrality

Politico: Scott’s office raps Broward’s ‘unacceptable’ ballot destruction in Wasserman Schultz race

Sentinel: Duke customers spared higher bills after utility drops bid to recover $513M in Hurricane Irma costs

Star-Banner: Duke Energy to use tax savings to cover Irma tab

News-Press: Solar tariff clouds sector, Florida experts say

Politico: Judge rules medical marijuana law may allow patients to grow own drug

NSF: Death penalty cases strain legal system

Politico: Judge tosses 7 of 18 counts against Menendez and Melgen

Post: Marijuana dispensaries scout for locations in Palm Beach County

Herald: It was supposed to generate millions, but now the city is making changes. Is it legal?

Daily News: Campaign: Tourism benefits everyone in Collier

Post: Still a seller’s market: Palm Beach County house prices edge up

Times: Little Hernando County helps boost Tampa Bays December home sales figures

Politico: Scott hammers state Senate’s proposed cuts to Visit Florida

NSF: Lawmakers still not sold on Visit Florida funds

NSF: Florida House unveils higher education budget

Herald: Florida House, Senate move in opposite directions on money for higher education

Bay News 9: Florida House debates measure to limit future tax increases

AP: Florida senators required to take sexual harassment training

Post: AARP Florida urges regulators to require lower utility rates

Herald Tribune: Poll finds tight race for Sarasota state House seat

Ledger: Campaign flyer from GOP rival targets Tomkow’s age, residency

Herald: Should Florida keep Daylight Saving Time all year? It could happen.

Herald Tribune: Bill to abolish Florida daylight saving time change advances

Sun-Sentinel: House would cut Broward College budget by $381,000 — the cost of president’s sabbatical

Sentinel: Gov. Scott asks Ayala if she’ll consider death penalty in murder-for-hire case

News-Press: Cape Coral asks state for water pipeline money

PNJ: Hoteliers oppose House bill to spend bed taxes on infrastructure