Gun Bills Line Up In LegislatureA bill that would reduce the penalty for people who briefly display a firearm in public and make it a non-criminal offense has been filed.
State College System Faces RebrandingA new focus has emerged over college names.
Business Leaders Warily Watch Incentives DebateSeveral hundred business leaders met Thursday in Orlando to talk about job creation across Florida, with a focus clearly on Tallahassee.
Scott Tries To Rally Support In Incentives FightGov. Rick Scott urged members of Enterprise Florida to lobby lawmakers.
Scott Pitches Prison Worker Pay RaisesFlorida Gov. Rick Scott is proposing to spend $45 million to boost salaries of corrections and probation workers.
Federal Judge Takes Aim At Abortion LawA federal judge hammered an attorney representing the state during a contentious hearing on an abortion law.
Companies Team Up As Marijuana Market GrowsModern Health Concepts – one of seven licensed pot operations in Florida – has joined forces with an out-of-state investor to help expand.
Supreme Court Backs Insurer On 'PIP' Medical FeesA divided Florida Supreme Court sided with Allstate Insurance Company in a dispute about fees paid to care for auto-accident victims.
Scott Poll Won't Sway House On IncentivesGov. Rick Scott's political organization tried to send a shot across the House bow this week.
'Stand Your Ground' Change Could Sail Through SenateA controversial measure that would shift the burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases cleared its first stop Tuesday.
Scott Jobs 'Summit' Set For Early FebruaryGov. Rick Scott is rounding up businesspeople and educators for a jobs "summit" next month.
Senate Panel To Take Up 'Stand Your Ground' BillA proposal that would shift the legal burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases is expected to go before a panel next week.