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To mayors, it's like some unspeakable combination of Dante's hell and Kafka's trial. Only with zoning laws. The target of their horror: the potential... [Read More]
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Greetings from Day 18 of the 60-day legislative session. Yesterday was a big day in the Legislature as both chambers held a session and some... [Read More]
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Drivers who run red lights could get a free pass starting in July 2020 after the Florida House voted Thursday to ban red-light cameras statewide.... [Read More]
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Students' right to pray in schools would be guaranteed under a bill barreling through the Florida Legislature. The bill specifies that students in public... [Read More]
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The wall between liquor and the rest of the grocery store is close to coming down. On Thursday morning, the Florida Senate passed a... [Read More]
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Greetings from Day 17 of the 60-day legislative session, where you are closer than ever to being able to buy booze in the grocery store... [Read More]
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A new gambling deal is creeping forward in the Florida House, but serious doubts remain that any deal can get done before the legislative session... [Read More]
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Greetings from Day 15 of the 60-day legislative session! That's right, we're one quarter of the way through this thing. It sure doesn't feel like... [Read More]
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A proposal to protect South Florida's coral reefs moved forward in the Legislature but lacks the teeth or the money to follow through on conservation.... [Read More]
Greetings from Day 14 of the 60-day legislative session in Tallahassee! Also, welcome back to normal life for those of you in Palm Beach as... [Read More]
The Florida Senate's Health Appropriations Subcommittee has proposed cutting almost $100,000 that would go toward helping Holocaust survivors in Broward and Palm Beach counties. [Read More]
Greetings from Day 10 of the 60-day legislative session in Tallahassee! That's right, we are one-sixth of the way through this thing. It's about this... [Read More]
Ordinarily, while I'm up here in Tallahassee for the 60-day legislative session, I lead off the newsletter with the state news, because a lot of... [Read More]
Medical marijuana is on the way, but just how people can get it — and how much they can get — is a hot topic... [Read More]
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida soon will once again have the ability to send convicted criminals to their deaths. On Friday, the Florida House passed a... [Read More]
A bill to fix Florida's death penalty is ready for Gov. Rick Scott's signature, as the state tries for the second time in two years... [Read More]
Florida soon will once again have the ability to send convicted criminals to their deaths. On Friday, the Florida House passed a fix to... [Read More]
Greetings from day three of the Florida legislative session in Tallahassee, where bills are running fast. Yesterday, House committees had more than 100 bills scheduled... [Read More]
A massive Everglades water storage project got even bigger as it cleared its second committee and included funding for projects outside the Everglades. [Read More]
Greetings from Tallahassee, where the Florida Legislature is in Day 2 of the 60-day legislative session. There's some big things moving today as a bills... [Read More]
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