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State Senate To Vote On School Safety & Gun Reform BillThe state's Senate will vote Monday on their version of a school safety and gun control bill crafted in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland last month.
Gun Bills Silenced In State Senate CommitteeWith the 2018 legislative session still more than a month away, gun-related measures might have died Tuesday in the Senate.
State Senate Pushes To Expand Bright FuturesAn additional 44,000 Bright Futures students would have their scholarships expanded under a bill approved by the Senate Education Committee.
Senate Seeks To Bolster Hospital FundingOn the opening day of a special legislative session, Florida senators began moving forward with a plan to send more money to hospitals for treating Medicaid patients.
Former Lawmaker To Seek Artiles Senate SeatFormer state Rep. Ana Rivas Logan has joined Democratic contenders in a special election for a Miami-Dade County Senate seat vacated by Frank Artiles.
Bill On Regulating Airbnb Type Rentals FizzlesAfter narrowly passing the House, a plan that would have limited the ability of local governments to regulate short-term vacation rentals has died in the Senate.
Florida Senate Passes Medical Marijuana Implementing BillA bill that details the implementation of medical marijuana in Florida has cleared another hurdle, but time is running out to get it passed.
Former GOP Lawmaker Planning Run For Senate SeatFormer Sen. Alex Diaz de la Portilla is ready to get back in the game.
Payment Approved In FSU Player's Death Sixteen years after a Florida State University football player died during conditioning drills, the Senate on Tuesday voted 34-2 to send a bill to the governor that would lead to the university paying $1.8 million to the family of Devaughn Darling.
Florida Legislative Session May Go Into OvertimeTime is running out for the state's Legislature to finish up which means they may be going into overtime.
State Senate Apologizes For Decades Old Racial InjusticeNearly seven decades after four black men were accused of raping a white teen, the state's Senate has formally apologized to their families in a case that has come to symbolize racial injustice.
Lawmakers At 'Stalemate' Over New State BudgetFlorida lawmakers have hit an impasse as they struggle to come up with a new state budget.

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