State Politics

May 9, 2013 1:23 PM

Florida Gov. Scott expected to veto college tuition hike

Lawmakers included a 3 percent tuition increase in next year’s budget, but state universities say they aren’t counting on the extra money.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Florida Gov. Rick Scott responds to woman who berated him at Starbucks 00:59

Florida Gov. Rick Scott responds to woman who berated him at Starbucks

Sarasota Rep. Greg Steube talks about bills he sponsored in 2016 01:22

Sarasota Rep. Greg Steube talks about bills he sponsored in 2016

Bystander saves a baby's life from vehicular heatstroke 02:43

Bystander saves a baby's life from vehicular heatstroke

Gov. Rick Scott talks job growth, Donald Trump in Manatee County 01:17

Gov. Rick Scott talks job growth, Donald Trump in Manatee County

Video: Bradenton student Jacqueline Galvano, daughter of Sen. Bill Galvano, opens Florida Legislature by singing National Anthem 04:09

Video: Bradenton student Jacqueline Galvano, daughter of Sen. Bill Galvano, opens Florida Legislature by singing National Anthem

2016 Florida legislative preview -- tax cuts 01:34

2016 Florida legislative preview -- tax cuts

2016 Florida legislative preview -- gambling 02:33

2016 Florida legislative preview -- gambling

2016 Florida legislative preview -- health care 02:02

2016 Florida legislative preview -- health care

2016 Florida legislative preview -- guns 02:39

2016 Florida legislative preview -- guns

Florida Senate, House leaders sound off as special session ends 02:06

Florida Senate, House leaders sound off as special session ends

Why the Indiana primary matters for Ted Cruz and the 2016 election 03:30

Why the Indiana primary matters for Ted Cruz and the 2016 election

Players Centre for Performing Arts plans move to Lakewood Ranch 00:34

Players Centre for Performing Arts plans move to Lakewood Ranch

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos