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HOUSE SEEKS FLORIDA FOREVER CHANGES
More money would be set aside for land conservation under a House bill rolled out Monday, with...

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SENATE BALKS AT POSSIBLE 'CONTINUATION' BUDGET
With eight days to go until the deadline for a deal on the state budget, negotiations appear to...

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GAMBLING TALKS SET TO RESUME
House and Senate negotiators are scheduled to meet Monday afternoon to resume talks on a gambling...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP: SORRY SEEMS TO BE THE HARDEST WORD
Recap and analysis of the week in state government

FRIDAY APRIL 21, 2017 Read More >



SUPREME COURT SETS ARGUMENTS IN BLOOD-ALCOHOL CASE
The Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments Aug. 30 in an appeal by a Palm Beach County...

FRIDAY APRIL 21, 2017 Read More >



FLORIDA UNEMPLOYMENT RATE AT 4.8 PERCENT IN MARCH
With Gov. Rick Scott using the new numbers to push his legislative priorities, Florida had a 4.8...

FRIDAY APRIL 21, 2017 Read More >



JUSTICES APPROVE FELON RIGHTS, GAMBLING INITIATIVES
In a pair of high-profile issues that could go on the ballot next year, the Florida Supreme Court...

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PUBLIC RECORDS COMPROMISE GOES TO SCOTT
The Florida House on Thursday gave final approval to an attempted compromise in a debate about...

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EMPLOYEE INSURANCE CHANGES GET SENATE HEARING
With the issue a longtime priority of House Republican leaders, a Senate committee Monday is...

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HOUSE TEES UP NO-FAULT INSURANCE REPEAL
A move to repeal Florida's no-fault auto insurance system could receive approval Wednesday from...

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HOUSE APPROVES 'PIP' REPEAL
The Florida House on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a proposal that would repeal the state's...

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RIDESHARING BILL HEADED TO SCOTT
After years of debate about the issue, the Florida Senate on Wednesday quickly passed a bill that...

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SENATE POISED TO SIGN OFF ON RIDESHARING PLAN
A long-debated proposal pitting traditional cab companies and local governments against app-based...

TUESDAY APRIL 18, 2017 Read More >



SCOTT UPS ANTE ON TOURISM FUNDING
Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday increased his request for tourism-marketing funding to $100 million...

TUESDAY APRIL 18, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE READY TO PASS WORKERS' COMP PLAN
After rejecting a series of amendments proposed by Democrats, the Republican-dominated Florida...

TUESDAY APRIL 18, 2017 Read More >



SENATE BUDGET CHIEF RAPS HOUSE
Senate Appropriations Chairman Jack Latvala said Monday he was glad to have made it "a third of...

MONDAY APRIL 17, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE, SENATE BACK MONEY FOR VETERANS' NURSING HOME
Lawmakers appear to have agreed on money needed to get a long-awaited state veterans' nursing...

MONDAY APRIL 17, 2017 Read More >



JUSTICES TURN DOWN CASE OVER RAILROAD WORKER'S DEATH
More than a year after indicating it would take up the case, a divided Florida Supreme Court has...

MONDAY APRIL 17, 2017 Read More >



WEEKLY ROUNDUP: HAUNTED HOUSES?
Recap and analysis of the week in state government

FRIDAY APRIL 14, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE READY TO TAKE UP WORKERS' COMP
In an issue closely watched by business, legal and labor groups, the House on Tuesday is...

FRIDAY APRIL 14, 2017 Read More >



CONSTITUTION PANEL SETS GAINESVILLE, JACKSONVILLE HEARINGS
The Florida Constitution Revision Commission has released details of plans to hold hearings later...

FRIDAY APRIL 14, 2017 Read More >



SUPREME COURT SIDES WITH STATE IN TV TAX FIGHT
The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a law that set different tax rates for cable and...

THURSDAY APRIL 13, 2017 Read More >



DETAILS STILL BEING WORKED OUT ON 'LIP' PROGRAM
Saying only the "number is final," Agency for Health Care Administration Secretary Justin Senior...

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SENATE PANEL BACKS WORKERS' COMP CHANGES
The Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday unanimously approved a bill that would revise...

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SENATE SIGNS OFF ON NEGRON WATER PLAN
Plans for a $1.5 billion reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee, questioned by sugar farmers and...

WEDNESDAY APRIL 12, 2017 Read More >



STAGE SET FOR LEGISLATIVE GAMBLING TALKS
Lawmakers could start hashing out differences between two vastly different approaches to...

WEDNESDAY APRIL 12, 2017 Read More >



ETHICS PANEL WARY OF LEGISLATIVE RESTRICTIONS
The Florida Commission on Ethics is expected April 21 to discuss a move by House and Senate...

WEDNESDAY APRIL 12, 2017 Read More >



SCOTT DECLARES WILDFIRE EMERGENCY
More than 100 wildfires were burning across Florida as the week began, with 23 consuming more...

TUESDAY APRIL 11, 2017 Read More >



CONSTITUTION PANEL PLANS FIVE MORE HEARINGS
The Florida Constitution Revision Commission on Tuesday announced that it plans to continue...

TUESDAY APRIL 11, 2017 Read More >



COURT BACKS BOARD OF MEDICINE ON RECORDS COSTS
An appeals court Tuesday rejected a challenge to the Florida Board of Medicine in a long-running...

TUESDAY APRIL 11, 2017 Read More >



STATE ADDS UP COSTS FOR UNIVERSITY DEGREES
The average "net" cost for students earning baccalaureate degrees at Florida universities last...

MONDAY APRIL 10, 2017 Read More >



'OPT OUT' TESTING CASE GOES TO SUPREME COURT
Several parents who oppose standardized-testing requirements in public schools are taking their...

MONDAY APRIL 10, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE, SENATE DIFFER ON 'STAND YOUR GROUND' CHANGE
The House and Senate are in a stand-off, for now, about a controversial bill dealing with...

FRIDAY APRIL 7, 2017 Read More >



JUSTICES DEAL BLOW TO TOBACCO INDUSTRY
As cigarette makers continue facing a barrage of lawsuits in Florida, state Supreme Court...

FRIDAY APRIL 7, 2017 Read More >



SCOTT COMMITTEE TOPS $600K IN MARCH
Gov. Rick Scott's "Let's Get to Work" political committee raised more than $600,000 in March as...

FRIDAY APRIL 7, 2017 Read More >



LEADERS BEGIN LAYING DOWN MARKERS ON BUDGET
House and Senate leaders began laying down markers for budget negotiations Thursday, ahead of...

THURSDAY APRIL 6, 2017 Read More >



CONSTITUTION PANEL MOVES NORTH FLORIDA MEETING
The state Constitution Revision Commission has moved a public hearing next week from Pensacola to...

THURSDAY APRIL 6, 2017 Read More >



ELECTED SECRETARY OF STATE GETS SENATE BACKING
The Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at...

THURSDAY APRIL 6, 2017 Read More >



TEN BIG ISSUES AT MID-POINT OF LEGISLATIVE SESSION
Halfway through Florida's 60-day legislative session, almost all major issues remain unresolved.

WEDNESDAY APRIL 5, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE MOVES FORWARD ON SOLAR AMENDMENT BILL
A proposal to carry out a renewable-energy tax break that voters approved in August continues to...

WEDNESDAY APRIL 5, 2017 Read More >



NURSING HOME GROUPS BATTLE OVER PAYMENT PLAN
Two nursing-home industry groups sparred publicly Wednesday about a Senate plan that would revamp...

WEDNESDAY APRIL 5, 2017 Read More >



NEGRON TRIMS CONTROVERSIAL WATER PLAN
Senate President Joe Negron on Tuesday toned down a wide-ranging water bill intended to protect...

TUESDAY APRIL 4, 2017 Read More >



SENATE APPROVES MANDATORY SCHOOL RECESS
The Senate on Tuesday approved a bill that would require school districts to give elementary...

TUESDAY APRIL 4, 2017 Read More >



SENATE POISED TO SEEK ELECTED SECRETARY OF STATE
The Senate on Thursday could approve a proposed constitutional amendment that seeks to return to...

TUESDAY APRIL 4, 2017 Read More >



WEEKLY ROUNDUP: GOT ANY SUMMER PLANS?
Speculation about lawmakers needing a special session is nothing new in Tallahassee; the ratio of...

MONDAY APRIL 3, 2017 Read More >



JUSTICES DECLINE TO HEAR CREDIT CARD FEE CASE
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined a request by Attorney General Pam Bondi's office to...

MONDAY APRIL 3, 2017 Read More >



FLORIDA, GEORGIA TO SPLIT FEES FOR SPECIAL MASTER
Florida and Georgia will split nearly $51,000 in additional fees for Special Master Ralph...

MONDAY APRIL 3, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE, SENATE FACE $2 BILLION DIVIDE
The House and Senate are on track to start budget negotiations with a gap of $2 billion in their...

FRIDAY MARCH 31, 2017 Read More >



JUDGE SAYS TRANSPLANT PROGRAM SHOULD BE REJECTED
In the latest ruling in Florida's "certificate of need" battles, an administrative law judge said...

FRIDAY MARCH 31, 2017 Read More >



BOARD GIVES CONDITIONAL APPROVAL FOR NEW FGCU PRESIDENT
The Board of Governors on Thursday tentatively confirmed Michael Martin as the next president of...

FRIDAY MARCH 31, 2017 Read More >



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