Florida House Votes Again To Repeal Red Light CamerasThe fight to end the use of red-light cameras in Florida is an ongoing battle.
Florida House Solar Bill Drawing HeatA hotly debated topic in Tallahassee over the past few years has been that of solar energy.
State House GOP Targeting "Sanctuary Cities"Amid heated debate over illegal immigration and the rights of undocumented immigrants, a House panel approved a measure Tuesday to crack down on so-called "sanctuary cities."
Beer Glass Battle Brewing In The HouseA battle over beer glasses is under way in the Florida Legislature.
Blow To Go: Florida DUI Ignition Interlock Bill Passes House CommitteeThere could be more severe penalties on the way for first time drunk driving offenders.
Lawmakers Target Sexually Transmitted DiseasesA House panel has approved expanding the legal definition of sexual intercourse as part of an effort to prevent the intentional transmission of HIV and other diseases.
House To Take Up Red Light Camera RepealThe state's House will take up a bill this week that would ban red-light cameras in Florida.
Money Sought To Protect Jewish SchoolsA bipartisan group of House members is pushing a bill that would provide money to help protect Jewish day schools in Florida, some of which have been targeted in recent months by anti-Semitic threats and vandalism.
State House Ponders Budget CutsAhead of a Friday meeting to determine how much money lawmakers will have to spend in the fiscal year that begins July 1, the House budget-writing committee heard recommendations Wednesday for potential cuts across state government.
Bills To Shield Identities Of Murder Witnesses Get SupportMurder witnesses anxious about speaking to the police for fear of retaliation would have their identities shielded from public disclosure under a bill approved Wednesday by a House panel.
GOP Lawmakers At Odds With High Court, Look To "Reign" Them InOne of House Speaker Richard Corcoran's priorities in the upcoming legislative session will be to "reign in" the Supreme Court, which he said is trying to serve as two branches of government by writing laws.
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.

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