Florida Legislature Passes Bill To Combat Opioid EpidemicGun safety wasn’t the only thing on Florida lawmakers minds this week.
High Court Expresses Doubts About Drunken Driving LawsThe Supreme Court expressed doubts about laws in dozens of states including Florida that would make it a crime for people suspected of driving drunk to refuse to take alcohol tests.
Senate Takes A Closer Look At Cosmetics ClaimsA Senate committee is expected to consider the "Personal Care Products Safety Act” that would give the FDA power to take a closer look at makeup, lotions, anti-aging treatments and more.
Florida Gov. Scott Signs Abortion, Medical Marijuana BillsFlorida Governor Rick Scott signed 68 bills into law on Friday including one adding new restrictions on abortion clinics.
Florida Gov. Scott Signs Body Camera & Slungshot Bills Slungshots are no longer considered a concealed weapon under a bill signed by Florida Governor Rick Scott.
Medical Marijuana Bill Heading To Florida GovernorFlorida's controversial medical marijuana bill is headed to Florida Governor Rick Scott.
House Rules Chief Points To 'Radio Silence' In Session MeltdownFrustration over the Senate's response to settle a health-care budget stand off led to Florida House Speaker Steve Crisafulli's decision to stop the 2015 legislative session early, according to one of the speaker's top lieutenants.
Florida Senate: Use Expanded Medicaid Savings For EducationFlorida Senate leaders are standing their ground when it comes to expanding Medicaid and keeping hospital funding.
People Who Pay For Sex In Florida Could Pay A Bigger PriceA bill that would make those who pay for prostitutes face increased penalties is headed to Florida Governor Rick Scott.
Paying For Sex In Florida Could Become More CostlyThe Florida House passed a bill that would make people who solicit prostitutes pay up even more.
24-Hour Wait For Abortions Poised For House FloorA bill that would make women wait 24-hours before having an abortion is set to be heard on the House floor.
Senate Panel To Study Textbook Tax BreaksThe Senate will take up a proposal by Florida Governor Rick Scott that would allow college textbooks to be sales-tax exempt.