Redistricting Ruling Could Come Next WeekAfter closing arguments in a three-day hearing over the shape of the state's congressional districts, a Leon County judge said he will try to choose a map to recommend to the Florida Supreme Court next week.
No Clear Roadmap Yet On Senate DistrictsAfter reaching an agreement this week with voting-rights groups, Florida lawmakers face the chore of going into special session in October to redraw Senate districts.
From Virtual To Reality: Life-Saving Trauma Foam It looks like a simple caulking gun. But it’s no ordinary tool. “The potential impact is truly revolutionary,” says Dr. David King.
Records Show Broad Effort To Funnel Maps Through Public The Florida Supreme Court released records Tuesday that gave more insight into an alleged plan by Republican political consultants to funnel maps through the public.
Lewis Says He Will Rule On Districts 'As Quickly As I Can'Lawmakers did everything they were required to do in response to a Leon County judge's decision last month to strike down two congressional districts, attorneys for the Legislature told the judge Wednesday in the latest round in a long-running legal fight about the state's political lines.
GOP: No Appeal On Florida Congressional Map Ruling Florida Republican legislative leaders will not appeal a judge's ruling that found some congressional districts unconstitutional but instead warned against redrawing the districts before the November election.
Florida's Political Landscape Upended With Ruling One day after a landmark legal ruling, some people are question whether the change to Florida's political landscape will have an impact on other states’ drawing their congressional districts.
Mystery Figure In Trial Disavows Redistricting Map Just before a judge cleared the courtroom so a GOP operative could testify in secret, lawyers for groups challenging the Legislature's 2012 congressional map revealed Thursday that a man associated with the plan denied he had anything to do with it.
Fl. Supreme Court Argues Red-Light CamerasIn a legal battle that could have implications for other communities, the Florida Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday about whether Orlando and Aventura violated state law in approving red-light camera programs.