Money Pours Into Diaz De La Portilla CampaignIn what is expected to be one of the most-competitive races in the state, Miami Republican Senator Miguel Diaz de la Portilla raised $212,935 in May.
Diaz De La Portilla Rakes In $125K For Senate BattleIn what could be one of the most fiercely contested legislative races of the year, Republican Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla collected more than $125,000 in April to help fuel his campaign.
Open Carry Bill Shot Down For GoodA proposal allowing people to openly carry handguns is not moving forward in Florida.
Open Carry Bill May Not Get Hearing In SenateSenate Judiciary Chairman Miguel Diaz de la Portilla may not bring up a controversial open-carry gun measure in his committee during this year's legislative session.
House Aims To Approve Open-Carry BillThe House is expected to vote Wednesday to allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to openly carry sidearms in most public places.
‘Open Carry’ Gun Law Shoots Past Committee VoteA bill that would allow Florida gun owners to openly carry their weapons is headed to a full vote.
Florida Considers "Open Carry" Gun LawFlorida has more concealed gun permits than any state in the country. If some legislators get their way those one point three million gun owners may soon be able to carry that weapon on their hip for all to see.
Campus-Carry Gun Bill Likely Holstered By Senate CommitteeA Senate Judiciary Committee is not likely to take up a proposal that would allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to pack heat while on college and university campuses.
Controversial Gun Bills Remain Under Senate ReviewAs the annual legislative session got underway Tuesday, the chairman of an influential Senate committee has yet to decide if members will hear two controversial gun measures.
Senate Panel Could Hold Key To Gun BillsFlorida lawmakers will enter the annual legislative session Tuesday with a full clip of firearm-related bills.
Charging Juveniles As Adults Sparks Legislative DebateBills are moving in the House and Senate that would limit the ability of Florida prosecutors to charge juvenile offenders as adults, a legal practice known as "direct file."
Prosecuting Juveniles As Adults Draws Legislative DebateBills are moving in the House and Senate that would limit the ability of Florida prosecutors to charge juvenile offenders as adults, a legal practice known as "direct file."

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