News Service of Florida
A federal bill that could cost online retailers and customers more money passed a second Senate vote Thursday
On the first say of regular session, the Florida Senate unanimously approved a sweeping series of ethics reforms for legislators and other public officials, even dumping a provision that would have delayed an anti-lobbying measure until after the 2014 elections.
Florida doctors will continue to be barred from referring kidney-dialysis patients to labs in which the doctors have financial stakes, the News Service of Florida reports a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.
A new group with big-money funding is working to bring resort-style casinos to Florida’s poker players and slot slingers.
The new year brings good news to Florida Power & Light customers; a lower power bill.
Waters around South Florida will remain untouched by oil drills – at least this legislative season, said Senate President Mike Haridopolos.
A group of physicians filed suit in Miami federal court Monday for the right to ask their patients if they own guns and have them properly stored, according to The News Service of Florida.
Home owners with beachfront property may be unhappy to learn that lawmakers are proposing a bill that will forbid the state’s insurance company from writing policies in certain coastal areas.