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.
Judicial Term Limits Eyed In HouseA House subcommittee on Thursday cautiously began a discussion of term limits for state appellate judges.
Gun Issues Grab Attention In TallahasseeThe gun-control debate intensified Tuesday with Democratic lawmakers filing legislation to try to improve gun safety.
Debate Heats Up Over Property Insurance ClaimsLawmakers have begun grappling with a controversial debate that includes homeowners, contractors, insurance companies and trial lawyers.
Settlement Reached In Birth Certificates DisputeThe state has agreed to settle a federal lawsuit over birth certificates issued to children born into same-sex marriages.
'Mass Confusion' As Pot Amendment Goes Into EffectA lack of guidance from health officials on medical marijuana could create a "very murky and dangerous legal area" for patients and doctors.
Florida Politics 2016: A Year Like No OtherIt was a crazy year in politics and Florida was often the center of attention.
Gun Proposals Could Have Better Shot In SenateA measure to expand how and where concealed-weapons license holders can carry guns may have an easier path through the Senate.
Graham Exits Congress, Looks To FutureU.S. Rep. Gwen Graham wrapped up her two years in Congress with a final news conference Monday.
Trump Salutes Supporters In Florida, Names Budget DirectorPresident-elect Donald Trump continued his victory lap Friday, this time stopping in Orlando.
Thrasher Takes Aim At Guns On CampusFlorida State University President John Thrasher reiterated his strong opposition to allowing guns on university and college campuses.

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