Plan Would Allow Officers To Review Body Cam FootageUnder a bill moving through the state's House, law enforcement officers could view footage on their body cameras before writing reports of incidents.
House Rep. Wants Gambling Warning On Fla. Lottery TixThe Florida Lottery, facing a lawsuit from the House for signing a long-term contract regarding ticket sales, may be required to have a warning about gambling on each ticket.
House Panels Backs 'Stand Your Ground Shift'A move to shift the burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases is off to a fast start in the House, where the controversial proposal died a year ago.
Florida May Make It Easier To Sue Docs Over AbortionsLegislation moving through the state House would make it easier for women who have had abortions to sue their doctors.
State House Pushes Ahead Bill That Would End Biz Incentive ProgramFlorida House Republicans are moving forward on a bill that Governor Rick Scott has called a "job-killer."
Red Light Camera Ban Stays In House Fast LaneA House committee overwhelming approved a proposal to ban red-light cameras in Florida, two weeks after a similar measure stalled in the Senate.
State Rep. Looks To Scuttle Stadium Money State Representative Bryan Avila has filed a proposal that would eliminate an unused pool of money for professional stadium upgrades.
House GOP Attacks Gov. Scott Pet Project Funding In New VideoThe Republican-controlled Florida House has released a scathing video concerning programs championed by Gov. Rick Scott that failed to deliver or worse.
Death Penalty Fix On Fast TrackA proposal that would require unanimous jury recommendations for death sentences to be imposed sailed through its first House vetting Wednesday.
Florida House Speaker: Terrorists Likely Hiding Among Florida RefugeesFlorida House Speaker Richard Corcoran said there is a “tremendous” likelihood some refugees who were resettled here last year are terrorists.
House Panel Approves Ridesharing ProposalA controversial proposal that would set statewide regulations for ridesharing companies such as Uber and Lyft has gotten its first green light.
Judicial Term Limits Eyed In HouseA House subcommittee on Thursday cautiously began a discussion of term limits for state appellate judges.