Today’s Top Florida Politics and News –

Politico: State Senate turns over evidence against Latvala to law enforcement


Herald: Second report produces more allegations about senator’s harassment


TCPalm: Florida Sen. Debbie Mayfield says inappropriate culture in Tallahassee needs to change


Sun-Sentinel: Wasserman Schultz, Frankel want review of all congressional sex harassment cases


NSF: Judge rejects Brown’s bid to stay out of prison

AP: Judge rules former Rep. Corrine Brown to be jailed during fraud appeal


Ledger: Imported citrus numbers continue to grow


Sun-Sentinel: Florida’s dairy industry gets little scrutiny from the state on animal welfare


Politico: Mar-a-Lago hikes New Year’s Eve party ticket prices


TCPalm: Treasure Coast voters don’t support tax bill


Democrat: Tallahassee attorney Leopold confirmed as EPA general counsel


Times: California chain of medical marijuana clinics downsizing Florida operations


Times: Tampa Bay no longer among nation’s leaders in foreclosures

NSF: Defiant Latvala steps down amidst harassment findings

Democrat: Sen. Jack Latvala resigns

Politico: Defiant Latvala resigns after release of misconduct reports

NSF: Defiant Latvala resigns from Senate after sexual harassment findings

Herald: State Sen. Jack Latvala quits in face of corruption investigation, possible expulsion

AP: Florida senator resigns amid sexual misconduct allegations


Politico: Scott: Latvala should resign after ‘disturbing’ report

NSF: Scott urges Florida Sen. Latvala to resign after sex harassment report


Herald Tribune: Bill would create a fair system for Florida’s early learning funds


TCPalm: Schools bracing for lower graduation rates from new law


Times: Tampa airport lines up millions in alternative project financing before final vote on GOP tax bill


Times: Tampa Electric files to recover funds for first solar project


Post: Governor honors three Boynton siblings for creating toys nonprofit


Post: Palm Beach County’s median home price at $330,000


Times: Tampa Bay homes prices continue to rise but fewer homes are selling