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HOUSE, SCOTT CONTINUE CLASH ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
A proposal fiercely opposed by Gov. Rick Scott to cut tourism-marketing money and to eliminate...

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FLORIDA, GEORGIA TO SPLIT TAB FOR SPECIAL MASTER
Florida got hit Tuesday with the latest bill in its "water war" legal battle with Georgia.

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21, 2017 Read More >



HEALTH PLANS FACE POSSIBILITY OF MORE LAWSUITS
Despite objections from the managed-care industry, a Senate committee Tuesday approved a bill...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE FILES SUIT OVER LOTTERY CONTRACT
The House of Representatives filed a lawsuit late Friday accusing the Florida Lottery of...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2017 Read More >



GRUTERS PITCHES REFORMS FOR EMBATTLED AGENCIES
State Rep. Joe Gruters, the only Republican who voted this month against a House proposal that...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE PROPOSAL SEEKS ONLINE REGISTRY FOR ANIMAL ABUSERS
Names and mug shots of individuals convicted of animal abuse would have their names published...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2017 Read More >



WEEKLY ROUNDUP: COURTING OPPOSITION
Recap and analysis of the week in state government

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2017 Read More >



TRUMP TO RALLY SUPPORT IN MELBOURNE
President Donald Trump will hold a rally Saturday in Brevard County, returning to the...

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE MEMBER LOOKS TO SCUTTLE STADIUM MONEY
State Rep. Bryan Avila, R-Hialeah, has filed a proposal intended to eliminate an unused pool of...

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE MOVES TO WITHDRAW FROM REFUGEE PROGRAM
State House members took the first step Thursday in seeking to withdraw Florida from a federal...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16, 2017 Read More >



VOTE-BY-MAIL FIX APPROVED IN HOUSE
After a court ruling last year, a House subcommittee Thursday unanimously approved a bill that...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16, 2017 Read More >



PUBLIC MEETINGS EXEMPTION SOUGHT FOR ONE-ON-ONE TALKS
A House Republican on Wednesday proposed a bill that would allow members of state and local...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16, 2017 Read More >



NELSON, DUNN WADE INTO 'WATER WAR' AFTER SETBACK
With an adverse legal decision in the ongoing "water war" with Georgia, Florida congressional...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE MOVES ON ELIMINATING AGENCIES AMID SCOTT PRESSURE
A measure to abolish the public-private Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida will be heard by the...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2017 Read More >



LEGISLATURE LIKELY TO REJECT TAMPA STADIUM MONEY
A request for state money to help cover ongoing improvements at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE PUTS FOCUS ON LOCAL ETHICS RULES
A House committee unanimously approved an overhaul of local ethics rules Tuesday, paving the way...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 14, 2017 Read More >



BUSINESS GROUPS PROPOSE WORKERS' COMP CHANGES
Associated Industries of Florida and other business groups released a proposal Tuesday aimed at...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 14, 2017 Read More >



BREAKING NEWS
FLORIDA 'WATER WAR' ARGUMENTS REJECTED

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 14, 2017 Read More >



WEEKLY ROUNDUP: LET'S GET READY TO RUMBLE
Last week's state government recap and analysis

MONDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2017 Read More >



ELECTED SECRETARY OF STATE SOUGHT
A Senate Republican has proposed returning to a system in which the secretary of state would be...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2017 Read More >



PROPOSALS WOULD MAKE IT HARDER TO CHANGE CONSTITUTION
Sen. Dennis Baxley, R-Ocala, introduced a measure Friday that would make it harder for voters to...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2017 Read More >



ATWATER STEPPING DOWN FROM CABINET POST
State Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater announced Friday he will leave his elected position...

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE READY TO MOVE ON HEALTH CARE REGULATIONS
The House will begin moving forward next week with proposals to chip away at health-care...

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2017 Read More >



JUDGE REJECTS REQUEST TO DELAY BROWN'S TRIAL
A federal judge Thursday rejected a request by former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Fla., to delay...

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2017 Read More >



SENATE TRIES TO AVOID BUDGET RULES CONFLICT
In a bid to avoid a bitter fight over the state budget, the Senate on Thursday unveiled a new...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2017 Read More >



APPEALS COURT POISED TO HEAR WORKERS' COMP CASE
As lawmakers ponder changes to the workers' compensation insurance system, the 1st District Court...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2017 Read More >



RIDESHARE PROPOSAL ON THE MOVE IN HOUSE
A controversial proposal that would set statewide regulations for ridesharing companies such as...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2017 Read More >



LEGAL POT CAUSES HEADACHES FOR LOCAL OFFICIALS
The seductive lure of neon flashing lights, explosions endangering workers and first responders...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2017 Read More >



'SANCTUARY CITY' CRITICS TAKE ANOTHER RUN AT LEGISLATION
Lawmakers opposed to so-called "sanctuary cities," which seek to shield undocumented immigrants...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE LOOKS TO REVAMP EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE
A House committee next week will consider a proposal for revamping the state-employee health...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2017 Read More >



SCOTT, CORCORAN INCENTIVES DEBATE GETS PERSONAL
With a House committee poised to approve a bill that would eliminate economic-development and...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2017 Read More >



DIRECT PRIMARY CARE GETS BACKING IN SENATE
With the measure getting support from doctors and small businesses, a Senate committee Tuesday...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2017 Read More >



PLAN WOULD SCRAP LIMITS ON TRAUMA CENTERS
Wading into an issue that has sparked years of legal battles, a Senate Republican on Tuesday...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2017 Read More >



JOYNER, COXE, MARTINEZ NAMED TO CONSTITUTION PANEL
The chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court on Monday named the first three of 36 people who...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 2017 Read More >



FULLWOOD SEEKS TO STAY OUT OF PRISON
With a sentencing hearing scheduled for Tuesday, an attorney for former state Rep. Reggie...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 2017 Read More >



LAWMAKERS SEEK CHANGES IN POLICE LINEUPS
Pointing to a need for neutrality, two Republican lawmakers have filed bills that would lead to...

MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 2017 Read More >



WEEKLY ROUNDUP: EVERYBODY'S TALKING
Recap and analysis of the week in state government

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2017 Read More >



BRADLEY SEEKS REPEAL OF CERTIFICATE OF NEED LAWS
Lining up with Gov. Rick Scott and House leaders, Sen. Rob Bradley, R-Fleming Island, filed a...

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2017 Read More >



RIDESHARING BILL ON THE MOVE IN HOUSE
A controversial proposal to set statewide rules for ridesharing companies such as Uber and Lyft...

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2017 Read More >



BUSINESS LEADERS WARILY WATCH INCENTIVES DEBATE
Several hundred business leaders met Thursday in Orlando to talk about job creation across...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2, 2017 Read More >



FORMER LAWMAKERS AMONG 129 SEEKING UNIVERSITY JOB
A search committee at Florida Gulf Coast University on Monday will evaluate 129 applications from...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2, 2017 Read More >



PARKING SPACES SOUGHT FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS
A Senate Democrat filed a proposal Thursday that would require many retailers and shopping...

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2, 2017 Read More >



COURT SAYS UBER DRIVERS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS
Siding with the San Francisco-based technology giant, a Florida appeals court Wednesday upheld a...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1, 2017 Read More >



STATE MONEY GOING TO UNIVERSITIES FOR ZIKA RESEARCH
Researchers at eight universities, Moffitt Cancer Center and The Scripps Research Institute will...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1, 2017 Read More >



MATTHEWS APPROVED AS INTERIM DEP SECRETARY
Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet on Wednesday unanimously named Ryan Matthews as the interim...

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1, 2017 Read More >



BREAKING NEWS
SCOTT PROPOSES $83.5 BILLION BUDGET

TUESDAY JANUARY 31, 2017 Read More >



SENATORS TO CONSIDER UNANIMOUS JURIES IN DEATH CASES
A Senate committee could begin moving forward Monday with a plan to require unanimous jury...

TUESDAY JANUARY 31, 2017 Read More >



NEGRON WOULD OFFSET TAX CREDIT REPEAL
Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, said Tuesday that a Senate proposal to repeal an...

TUESDAY JANUARY 31, 2017 Read More >



JUDGE SAYS TRAUMA CENTER SHOULDN'T HAVE OPENED
As Gov. Rick Scott seeks to eliminate a cap on the number of trauma centers in the state, an...

MONDAY JANUARY 30, 2017 Read More >



SCOTT TO RELEASE BUDGET PLAN TUESDAY
Gov. Rick Scott will release his proposed 2017-2018 budget Tuesday morning as editors and...

MONDAY JANUARY 30, 2017 Read More >



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