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Court Upholds UF Policy Barring Guns In DormsA state appeals court upheld the University of Florida's ban on firearms in university housing, rejecting arguments by gun rights groups trying to overturn the ban.
Second Amendment Group Argues For Guns In University DormsThe Second Amendment should supersede a Florida law that bans firearms from state university housing, a gun-rights group argued before seemingly skeptical appellate judges Tuesday.
AARP Weighs In Against FPL's Drilling PlanSenior advocacy group AARP filed a brief opposing state regulators' approval of a plan for Florida Power & Light to invest in drilling for gas in Oklahoma.
Jeb Bush Says Fla. Gay Marriage Ruling Should Be Respected The former governor of Florida, Jeb Bush, said Monday that he respects a court ruling that allows same-sex couples to wed for the first time in the Sunshine State.
Judge: Same-Sex Couples Can Get Marriage Licenses Same-sex couples will be able to seek a license to marry beginning Tuesday.
Key West Drug Testing Policy Ruled UnconstitutionalA South Florida federal judge declared a policy by the city of Key West that requires drug tests for job applicants unconstitutional.
Appeals Court Backs State In Seminole Tax Dispute A federal court of appeals has rejected the Seminole Tribe of Florida's argument that they should be exempt from state taxes when fueling up on non-tribal lands.
Popular Vote/Electoral Vote Split Possible In 2012With multiple states in play and an extremely small margin separating the candidates nationally, it’s possible that the 2012 election could see one candidate win the popular vote and another win the Electoral College and ultimately the presidency.
Supreme Court Begins Hearing Fla. Challenge To Health Care LawThe U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments Monday morning from a group of states led by Florida arguing that President Barack Obama’s signature achievement, health care reform, is unconstitutional.
Congressman West Represented In Congress By Wasserman-SchultzFreshman U.S. Congressman Allen West and Representative Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s war of words gained headlines Wednesday; but it turns out, West has a lot riding on Wasserman-Schultz’s performance in Congress.
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