Florida House Votes Again To Repeal Red Light CamerasThe fight to end the use of red-light cameras in Florida is an ongoing battle.
Lawmakers, Environmentalists Push For State Fracking BanA group of lawmakers rallied with environmental activists Wednesday at the Capitol to push for a statewide ban on fracking.
State Senate To Take Up "Liquor Wall" RepealA controversial measure that would allow liquor to be sold in grocery and retail stores is expected to go before the full Senate on Tuesday.
School Recess Bill Ready For Full Senate VoteFlorida elementary schools would have to provide at least 20 minutes of unstructured recess time each school day under a bill approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Ridesharing Bill On The Move In The State SenateAfter the issue stalled the past two years in the Senate, a proposal that would create statewide regulations for ridesharing companies got a boost Tuesday from a Senate committee.
State Senate To Tackle Big Issues In Opening WeekThe Florida Senate will kick off the 2017 legislative session with a busy first week, it has three major bills scheduled to hit the floor.
Miami Senator Wants To Bump Up Jury Duty PayA state senator from Miami wants to increase the amount people get paid for jury duty.
Fix For Death Penalty Sentencing Is Ready For Full SenateA bill that would require unanimous jury recommendations before defendants could be sentenced to death has cleared the state Senate's Rules Committee.
Senators Back Tax Exemption For DiapersA state Senate panel has passed a measure that would eliminate sales taxes on diapers for children and adults.
New Bill Could Mandate Florida Schools To Hold RecessExercise is extremely important for growing children, especially in an age when childhood obesity is at an all-time high.
Lawmaker Wants Tougher Penalties For Refusing DUI TestsIgnition interlock devices would be required for individuals who repeatedly refuse tests for driving under the influence under a Senate proposal strengthening penalties for those who decline the tests.
Senate Looks To 'Block' Tuition For UniversitiesThe Florida Senate will move forward next week with a proposal that would require all 12 state universities to adopt a "block" tuition policy by the fall of 2018.