Impeachment Trial: Senate Hears Opening Arguments Against TrumpWith a marathon day of debate on the rules of President Trump's impeachment trial now behind them, the Senate is reconvening Wednesday afternoon to hear opening arguments from the House's impeachment managers.
Alyssa’s Law, Which Would Bring Panic Buttons To Schools, One Step Closer To PassageThe law that would put a panic alarm, most likely through a cellphone app, in the hands of teachers and school administrators across the state.
Impeachment Trial: Bitter Debate On Trial Rules Dominates Day 1 Of Senate ProceedingsThe first day of President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate featured contentious exchanges between the White House legal team and House managers acting as the prosecution, with senators voting along party lines to reject Democratic efforts to subpoena new witnesses.
Florida Senate Bill Tackles School Safety ConcernsAfter a grand jury found “systemic” school-safety failures in Florida school districts, a bill was filed in the Senate Thursday to address some of the panel’s concerns.
Vice President Mike Pence Visits Central Florida To Court Evangelical Latino Voters
Florida Senate Moves Quickly To Thwart Sunscreen BansThe Florida Senate is moving quickly to prevent towns like Key West from banning the sale of sunscreens that contain potentially coral reef harming chemicals.
Democrats Take Shot At Trump With Paper Towel Tossing BillboardFlorida Democrats have taken a swipe at President Trump with a picture of a wipe.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Delivers State Of The State AddressGovernor Ron DeSantis on Tuesday delivered his State of the State address to formally start the 2020 legislative session.
Florida Forever Could Aid Hurricane Recovery, Sea Level EffortsMillions of dollars in Florida Forever land-conservation funds would be tied to sea-level rise and hurricane recovery under a measure moving forward in the Florida Senate.
Report: Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez To Announce Run For CongressMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez may be ready for his next campaign.
Tougher Gun Laws Could Cause Florida Legislative DivideAs state lawmakers prepare for Tuesday’s start of the 60-day legislative session, Republicans are split on how to address one of the nation’s most divisive political and policy issues: guns.