Millionaires Add Up In LegislatureThe 2016 Florida Legislature appears to have been the richest in recent history.
Fla Dems To Again Call For Special Session On Gun ViolenceFlorida Democrats plan to press again for a special session to address gun violence, something that Republicans running the Legislature have openly questioned.
Gun Measures Expected To Re-Emerge In 2017 SessionThe mass shootings in an Orlando nightclub this week are expected to spark new gun control proposals in Florida's 2017 legislative session.
Florida Agency That Recruits Jobs Will Soon Be Slashing ThemFlorida's economic development agency is moving ahead with a plan to lay off about a third of its employees.
Co-Habitation, Holocaust Memorial Bills Got To Gov. ScottLegislative leaders have sent 20 bills to Governor Rick Scott, including a measure that would repeal a 19th Century law that makes it a crime for men and women to live together if they are not married.
Florida's 60-day Legislative Session Coming To A CloseThe last day of the 60-day legislative session is in full swing.
Bill Addresses Property Seizure By PoliceFlorida's House has unanimously passed a bill that would require law enforcement to formally arrest someone before they could seize their cars, money, homes or other property.
Senate Backs Medicaid Dental ChangeThe state's Senate has overwhelmingly passed a bill that could lead to a major change in the way the Medicaid program provides dental care to children.
Overnight Anchoring Ban Ready For Scott's SignatureA proposal that would prohibit overnight anchoring in some South Florida waterways will go to Gov. Rick Scott.
Bill Targeting Israel Boycotts Ready For GovernorWith lawmakers pointing to the close ties between the United States and Israel, the Florida House has given final approval to a bill taking aim at businesses that boycott Israel.
Senate Approves Pilot Needle Exchange Program For Miami-DadeThe Florida Senate overwhelmingly approved a proposal that would create a needle-exchange pilot program in Miami-Dade County.
Computer Coding Bill Ready For Senate VoteThe Senate is poised to vote on a bill that would allow high-school students to take computer-coding courses to satisfy two credits of foreign-language requirements.