Florida Supreme Court Sides With Governor DeSantis On Felon Voter RightsFlorida's high court sided with Governor Ron DeSantis on Thursday in a legal dispute over restoring voting rights to felons with unpaid fines.
Florida Supreme Court Clears Way For Minimum Wage AmendmentVoters will decide in November whether to gradually raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour after the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously approved a ballot proposal.
Federal Judge’s Ruling On Felon Voting Rights Appealed By Florida OfficialsA federal judge’s ruling that opens the way for some felons to regain their voting rights is being appealed by Florida officials.
Florida Supreme Court Justices Weigh In On Felon Voting Rights AmendmentFlorida Supreme Court justices appeared convinced Wednesday that a constitutional amendment requires payment of restitution, fees and other legal costs for felons to have their voting rights restored.
Florida Supreme Court Set To Clarify Voting Rights For FelonsThe issue as to whether felons can be kept from voting if they haven't paid fines, fees and restitution will be taken up by Florida's Supreme Court.
Coral Gables' Styrofoam Ban Fight Goes To Florida Supreme CourtCoral Gables has gone to the Florida Supreme Court in a legal battle about whether the city should be able to ban the use of Styrofoam food containers, according to documents posted Monday on the Supreme Court website.
Florida Supreme Court Eyes Medical Malpractice 'Crisis'In a case stemming from a woman’s lung-cancer death, an appeals court Friday urged the Florida Supreme Court to look again at whether the state has a medical-malpractice insurance “crisis” that justifies limiting damages in certain lawsuits.
Florida Supreme Court Justices To Take Up Major Medical Marijuana CaseThe Florida Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to take up an appeal by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration in a high-profile case that could change the way medical marijuana operators do business in the state.
Felons’ Voting Fight Ratchets Up At Florida Supreme CourtIn a bundle of competing briefs filed with the state Supreme Court, Florida officials squared off this week against supporters of a constitutional amendment that restores voting rights to felons who have completed their sentences.
State Rebuffed In Miami Subs Founder’s MurderThe Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to take up a state appeal of a decision that will lead to a new trial for a defendant in the 2001 murder of the founder of the Miami Subs restaurant chain.
Key Medical Marijuana Issue Goes To Supreme CourtDays after a split appeals court refused to revisit a decision that could revolutionize the way medical marijuana operators do business in Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration has asked the state Supreme Court to take up the case.
Florida Supreme Court Set To Clarify Voting Rights For FelonsThe Florida Supreme Court waded into the legal wrangling over the voting rights of felons, agreeing Thursday to examine whether the state can continue restricting voting privileges to felons who have unpaid fines and fees.
South Florida Judge Reprimanded For Political ActivityWith Chief Justice Charles Canady describing it as a “sad day,” the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday publicly reprimanded a Broward County circuit judge because of violating a ban on partisan political activity during his 2018 election campaign.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Seeks To Block Assault Weapons MeasureAttorney General Ashley Moody wants the Florida Supreme Court to block a proposed constitutional amendment that seeks to prevent possession of assault weapons.
Broward Judge Suspended After Allegations Of Touching, Shaking Court EmployeeThe Florida Supreme court has suspended a Broward judge without pay as they investigate a confrontation she had with a court employee.