Florida Legislature Passes Bill To Combat Opioid EpidemicGun safety wasn’t the only thing on Florida lawmakers minds this week.
Florida Legislature Trying To Wrap Up Work In Final WeekThere is much to do and less time to do it in.
Florida Legislators Poised To Approve Rival BudgetsAn interesting conflict could be coming soon to Florida lawmakers.
Government Could Shut Down If Congress Doesn't Act This Week For the second time this year, the federal government is facing a shutdown unless Congress takes action.
House Overwhelmingly Approves New Russia SanctionsWhile lawmakers on Capitol Hill can't agree on the future of health care, they had no problem coming together to approve new sanctions against Russia.
Senate Panel To Update Public On Russia ProbeSenate lawmakers have scheduled a joint news conference for Wednesday to update the public on its committee's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
House, Senate At Odds On Gambling PlansLegalized gambling has become a big part of gaming in the state of Florida.
Most Expensive Home In U.S. Listed At $250MListed at a whopping $250 million, this new mega mansion in the exclusive neighborhood of Bel Air in Los Angeles is the most expensive home listed in the United States.
House, Senate Ready To Approve Budget PlansLawmakers on both ends of the Capitol worked Wednesday to prepare spending plans for the budget year that begins July 1, with House members squabbling about funding for Planned Parenthood while senators readied a reduction in education property taxes.
State Brings On New Prison Health ProviderState corrections officials have hired Centurion of Florida LLC to take over prison health services for more than three-fourths of Florida's 100,000 inmates after Corizon Health walked away from a five-year, $1.2 billion contract three years early.
Anti-Corruption Bill Faces Rocky Path In Florida LegislatureA major ethics and anti-corruption bill that advocates say is long overdue faces a rocky path in the Florida Legislature.
House Pushes Scaled-Back Pension ReformHouse leaders are gearing up to take another run at overhauling the pension system for state and county employees in the coming legislative session, potentially by tying the controversial changes to limited tweaks sought by the Senate.