After sometimes-emotional discussion, the Florida Senate went on the record Tuesday opposing President Obama’s decision to open diplomatic relations with Cuba.
The Senate accepted a House proposal Thursday that would require Major League Baseball to change how Cuban players are treated if baseball wants to share in state money for stadium work.
A bill that would replace a statewide review of public-school learning materials with a local process narrowly survived its final Senate vote Friday, though the fate of a similar bill in the House remains unclear.
Florida lawmakers are moving forward with a controversial proposal that would place additional restrictions on abortions, largely barring the procedures if doctors determine that fetuses have reached viability.
Two Democratic lawmakers have filed measures to create a month-long sales tax holiday for purchases of energy-efficient appliances.
A proposal that would allow Miami-Dade County to ask voters to bolster funding for a local state college and university is back, for a fourth time, before a tax-resistant, Republican-dominated Legislature.
Student athletes get an education in the classroom, but they haven’t had a proper one on injury prevention. That changed Friday morning, when Governor Rick Scott signed into law House Bill 291.
Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, will be campaigning in Miami on Tuesday.
A South Florida state senator has filed a proposal that could begin refueling abortion debates for the 2012 legislative session, and already the criticism has started from supporters of ‘reproductive rights.
Dozens of immigrants and advocates from around Florida gathered in Tallahassee praying they could stop a senate bill that would significantly reform Florida immigration policy.