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HOUSE SOLAR BILL DRAWING HEAT
Some backers of a renewable-energy tax break that voters approved in August contend a House...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 22, 2017 Read More >



ROCK NAMED INTERIM DMS SECRETARY
Erin Rock, who has been chief of staff at the Florida Department of Management Services for...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 22, 2017 Read More >



SENATORS BACK SUPREME COURT REPORTING REQUIREMENT
Nearly two weeks after the House passed its version of the bill, a Senate panel Wednesday...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 22, 2017 Read More >



SENATE MOVES TO END INSURANCE INDUSTRY TAX BREAK
Insurance-industry officials remained adamant Tuesday that a proposal to eliminate a decades-old...

TUESDAY MARCH 21, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE SEEKS 'SHARED SAVINGS' IN HEALTH CARE
House members continued moving forward Tuesday with a plan that would give patients a cut of the...

TUESDAY MARCH 21, 2017 Read More >



SENATE SIGNS OFF ON REDISTRICTING BILL
With little discussion, the Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that wades back into redistricting...

TUESDAY MARCH 21, 2017 Read More >



BONDING QUESTION HOVERS OVER EDUCATION PROJECTS
If Florida lawmakers don't agree to borrow money to pay for school construction and maintenance...

MONDAY MARCH 20, 2017 Read More >



SUPREME COURT TO GET MORE INPUT IN 'WATER WAR'
Florida's "water war" with Georgia is not over.

MONDAY MARCH 20, 2017 Read More >



TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY DEADLINE EXTENDED
The Florida Transportation Commission has extended a deadline for applicants to become the...

MONDAY MARCH 20, 2017 Read More >



NEW FORECAST CONTINUES CLOUDY BUDGET PICTURE
Another slight change Friday to the state's estimated future tax revenues did little to alter the...

FRIDAY MARCH 17, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE TO TAKE UP RED-LIGHT CAMERA REPEAL
The House on Wednesday is expected to take up a bill that would ban red-light cameras in the state.

FRIDAY MARCH 17, 2017 Read More >



STATE ASKS FOR MORE MEDICAID FLEXIBILITY
Arguing that the changes could save hundreds of millions of dollars a year, Gov. Rick Scott's...

FRIDAY MARCH 17, 2017 Read More >



BACKROOM BRIEFING: TOP NOTCH AND RIPE FOR REFORM
Weekly political notes from The News Service of Florida

THURSDAY MARCH 16, 2017 Read More >



SENATE BUDGET PANELS GET DAY OFF MONDAY
After setting aside time for budget subcommittees to meet Monday, the Senate has decided against...

THURSDAY MARCH 16, 2017 Read More >



CONSTITUTION PANEL STARTS MEETING MONDAY
A panel appointed to suggest changes to the Florida Constitution is scheduled to hold its first...

THURSDAY MARCH 16, 2017 Read More >



'STAND YOUR GROUND' SHIFT GETS SENATE APPROVAL
A move to shift a key burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases was approved...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 15, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE SEEKS TO EXPAND IMPEACHMENT POWERS
A House committee Thursday is expected to take up a proposed constitutional amendment that would...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 15, 2017 Read More >



ECONOMISTS READY TO LOOK AT GENERAL REVENUE
A panel of economists is scheduled to meet Friday to analyze the state's general revenue, a key...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 15, 2017 Read More >



RIDESHARING BILL ON THE MOVE IN SENATE
After the issue stalled the past two years in the Senate, a proposal that would create statewide...

TUESDAY MARCH 14, 2017 Read More >



SENATE PANEL SCUTTLES 'RECOVERY CARE CENTERS'
A Senate committee Tuesday approved allowing patients to stay up to 24 hours at ambulatory...

TUESDAY MARCH 14, 2017 Read More >



LAWMAKERS BACK MEDICAL MARIJUANA RESEARCH
A House budget panel Tuesday approved a proposal that would send $2.462 million to the University...

TUESDAY MARCH 14, 2017 Read More >



ELECTED SECRETARY OF STATE GETS BACKING
A House panel approved a proposed constitutional amendment Monday that could shift power in...

MONDAY MARCH 13, 2017 Read More >



FLORIDA JOBLESS RATE UP SLIGHTLY
Florida's unemployment rate was 5 percent in January, up 0.1 percentage point from the end of...

MONDAY MARCH 13, 2017 Read More >



RAIL SERVICE GEARS UP AMID LEGISLATIVE DEBATE
All Aboard Florida's Brightline rail service plans to begin operating a 30-minute route between...

MONDAY MARCH 13, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE BACKS ABOLISHING ENTERPRISE FLORIDA
Locked in a battle with Gov. Rick Scott, House Speaker Richard Corcoran on Friday got what he...

FRIDAY MARCH 10, 2017 Read More >



'STAND YOUR GROUND' BILL TEED UP IN SENATE
Florida senators could vote as soon as Wednesday to approve a bill (SB 128) that would shift a...

FRIDAY MARCH 10, 2017 Read More >



CITRUS AGENCY HOPES FOR REBOUND AFTER NEW FORECAST
The Florida Department of Citrus is hoping for a better second half of the growing season after...

FRIDAY MARCH 10, 2017 Read More >



SENATE ADVANCES HIGHER-ED INITIATIVE AMID BUDGET UNCERTAINTY
With House leaders raising questions about university spending, the Florida Senate on Thursday...

THURSDAY MARCH 9, 2017 Read More >



LAWSUIT INTEREST BILL SCALED BACK, PUT ON HOLD
In an issue that pits business groups against plaintiffs' attorneys, a Senate committee Thursday...

THURSDAY MARCH 9, 2017 Read More >



CANDIDATE EMERGES FOR CORCORAN HOUSE SEAT
With Speaker Richard Corcoran, R-Land O' Lakes, leaving the House next year, a candidate has...

THURSDAY MARCH 9, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE LOOKS TO CLAMP DOWN ON LOCAL TAXES
A wide-ranging bill that would rein in local governments' ability to increase taxes narrowly...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 8, 2017 Read More >



SECOND POLL GIVES NELSON LEAD OVER SCOTT
A second poll this week shows U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., leading Gov. Rick Scott in a...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 8, 2017 Read More >



KEY SENATOR TIES CHARTER FUNDING, TAX PROPOSAL
Lawmakers need to give school districts authority to increase property taxes that fund...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 8, 2017 Read More >



CORCORAN VOWS TO KEEP TRYING TO 'SHAKE UP' SYSTEM
Striking a combative note to kick off the 2017 legislative session, House Speaker Richard...

TUESDAY MARCH 7, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE, SENATE APPROVE BUDGET RULES
After weeks of questions about whether the House and Senate would be able to agree on budget...

TUESDAY MARCH 7, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE CONTINUES MOVING FORWARD WITH 'CON' REPEAL
With the bill sponsor calling certificates of need a "sacred cow" in the health-care industry, a...

TUESDAY MARCH 7, 2017 Read More >



LAWMAKERS SEEK MORE MONEY FOR BEACH PROJECTS
Beach restoration is the latest area targeted for a slice of the money voters set aside a little...

MONDAY MARCH 6, 2017 Read More >



HART RESIGNS AS ENTEPRISE FLORIDA CEO
Chris Hart resigned Monday as president and CEO of Enterprise Florida, pointing to differences of...

MONDAY MARCH 6, 2017 Read More >



SENATE TO TACKLE BIG ISSUES IN OPENING WEEK
The Florida Senate will kick off the 2017 legislative session with a busy first week, scheduling...

MONDAY MARCH 6, 2017 Read More >



WEEKLY ROUNDUP: STRANGE DAYS INDEED
Recap and analysis of the week in state government

FRIDAY MARCH 3, 2017 Read More >



SENATE PROPOSAL CALLS FOR WORKERS' COMP CHANGES
After two closely watched Florida Supreme Court rulings and a 14.5 percent rate increase for...

FRIDAY MARCH 3, 2017 Read More >



GIBSON SEEKS TO BOOST FILM INDUSTRY IN FLORIDA
Sen. Audrey Gibson, D-Jacksonville, wants the state to again be more involved in the film and...

FRIDAY MARCH 3, 2017 Read More >



BACKROOM BRIEFING: CAPITOL FAMILY FEUDS GO WAY BACK
Weekly political notes from The News Service of Florida

THURSDAY MARCH 2, 2017 Read More >



SENATE PANEL POISED TO CONSIDER FRACKING BAN
Just hours after the annual legislative session starts Tuesday, a Senate committee will take up a...

THURSDAY MARCH 2, 2017 Read More >



ORLANDO BUSINESSMAN PLANS RUN FOR GOVERNOR
Orlando businessman Chris King entered the race for governor Thursday, announcing he had filed...

THURSDAY MARCH 2, 2017 Read More >



NEGRON PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON HIGHER ED SYSTEM
Although he has three degrees, including a law degree from Emory University and a master's from...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 1, 2017 Read More >



GILLUM LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum on Wednesday formally announced he will run for governor in 2018...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 1, 2017 Read More >



BILL WOULD GIVE GOVERNOR POWER OVER ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGES
A proposal filed Wednesday in the Senate would revamp the way administrative law judges are...

WEDNESDAY MARCH 1, 2017 Read More >



GUN BILLS LOADED FOR 2017 SESSION
Floridians with concealed-weapons licenses would be able to carry firearms into areas now deemed...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 2017 Read More >



HOUSE TO ADDRESS VISIT FLORIDA AS SEPARATE ISSUE
House leaders Monday filed a stand-alone bill that seeks changes at Visit Florida, detaching the...

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 2017 Read More >



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