Today’s Top Florida Politics and News –

Bloomberg: Rubio Might Be the Last Hurdle Left for the GOP Tax Plan


Bloomberg: Puerto Rico’s Mass Migration Is Reshaping Florida


NSF: Citrus industry squeezed if Congress doesn’t help


Post: Local GOP leaders: Democrats shouldn’t read much into Roy Moores loss


AP: Appeals court dismisses Florida school-funding lawsuit

Sentinel: Appeals court upholds Florida education ‘adequacy’ ruling, sides with state in 8-year-old case


AP: Florida: Fewer Cubans registering for government assistance


Times: Florida hospitals call for more funding in effort to address looming doctor shortage


Times-Union: Friday is last day for most people to buy individual health-care policies for 2018


Herald: 7,500 complaints of price gouging during Irma. Just 1 business fined so far.

Sun-Sentinel: Florida has settled just one Hurricane Irma price-gouging case


Sun-Sentinel: Broward Health leaders indicted on charges of violating open-meetings law

Politico: Scott orders new policies for state workers on reporting, investigating sexual harassment complaints

NSF: Scott orders steps to prevent sexual harassment

Democrat: Scott unveils new sexual harassment procedures

Herald: Gov. Scott orders sexual harassment training of state workers, new reporting guidelines.


AP: Florida governor mum on misconduct questions about appointee


Politico: Fant wants RPOF to disavow Moody in attorney general race


NSF: State backs land buy for Central Florida trail


Herald: Florida declares Everglades water cleaner than ever. Miccosukee Tribe says not so fast.


TCPalm: SFWMD didn’t explore enough Lake O reservoir options, critics say


Herald Tribune: Fish, gunfire, blood and laughter: Details revealed in shark-dragging case


Biz Journal: Broward College President Armstrong to retire


Times-Union: Florida Ethics Commission will not pursue complaint against former public defender Matt Shirk


Sun-Sentinel: FPL opens $6 million Cat 5 storm center, one of 12 planned