Florida Supreme Court
An appeals court Friday ruled Allstate Insurance Co. and a customer can pursue claims against medical providers.
One hundred thousand petitions supporting the legalization of medical marijuana were sent to county elections supervisors in Florida.
A state appeals court Tuesday upheld the constitutionality of a controversial change in Florida’s medical-malpractice laws, ruling in part that some privacy rights are “waived” when people pursue malpractice lawsuits.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist appears likely to run for a Pinellas County congressional seat in 2016, two years after losing a comeback bid for the governor’s mansion.
A nearly two-week special session is going to be held in August so that the Florida Legislature can draw up new congressional districts.
Jim and the Congresswoman sit down for an extended one-on-one interview.
Supporters of a proposed ballot initiative aimed at increasing the use of solar electricity in Florida have topped 100,000 valid petition signatures, according to updated numbers on the state Division of Elections website.
A Florida judge is ordering the state Legislature to have new maps drawn up and reviewed for Congress by September.
Lawyers pushing for more money for legal aid to the poor will have to look elsewhere after the Florida Supreme Court rejected a proposed dues increase for Florida Bar members.
Florida Supreme Court justices may take up an appeal by the Department of Revenue on a state law that imposes higher taxes on satellite-television companies than on their cable-TV competitors.