'Liquor Wall' Bill Ready For House DebateThe House is ready to take up a bill to repeal a Prohibition-era law that prevents liquor from being sold alongside groceries.
House Ready To Take Up Judicial Term LimitsThe House is scheduled to take up a proposed constitutional amendment that would lead to term limits for Florida Supreme Court justices.
Court Grants 'Stand Your Ground' In Domestic CaseAn appeals court Friday ruled that a woman should not face charges in the shooting of her husband because she was acting in self-defense.
Several Florida Representatives To Vote ‘No’ On GOP Health Care PlanThe GOP health care plan will be met with resistance from Florida representatives.
Plan Would Let Governor Pick Administrative JudgesLawmakers are considering giving Gov. Rick Scott the authority to appoint the judges.
'Stand Your Ground' Shift Gets Senate ApprovalA move to shift a key burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases was approved Wednesday by the Senate.
'Eyeball Wars' Flare Again In CapitolYears ago, House and Senate leaders thought they had finally settled a decade-old battle between Florida's optometrists and ophthalmologists.
Lawsuit Challenges State On Felon Voting RightsLawyers for convicted felons filed a class-action lawsuit Monday against Florida officials.
Stadium Funding Repeal Hung Up In SenateA proposal to discard an unused pool of state sales tax dollars that could be used to upgrade pro sports stadiums was put in limbo Monday.
Bill Would Shield University Search InformationInformation about applicants vying to become presidents, provosts or deans at state universities would be kept secret under a bill approved.
House, Senate Approve Budget RulesThe House and Senate on Tuesday approved rules for the upcoming appropriations process.
Scott Will Pledge To Fight In 'State Of State'Gov. Rick Scott is set to pledge during Tuesday's opening of the annual legislative session that he will fight for his policies.