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Gov. DeSantis in Washington for unveiling of Trump’s Middle East peace plan

Gov. Ron DeSantis traveled to Washington Tuesday to participate in talks between President Trump and Israeli leaders during which the administration is expected to...
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The FL Legislature is a male bastion: Several committees that create state laws have...

Senator Annette Taddeo is the only female on the Florida Senate’s Banking and Insurance committee, a big-money committee that deals with financial regulations and...
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FL’s U.S. Sen. Rubio warns House about ‘playing games’ when transmitting impeachment articles to...

Forget expecting the U.S. Senate to sit as an impartial jury on whether to sustain the impeachment of Donald Trump and remove him from...

The Legislature inserted groups tied to right-wing donors into Florida’s new law on civics...

A little-noticed bill on civics education made its way to passage in the Legislature this spring, as lawmakers were scurrying to finish key legislation...

Corrections officials investigating another severe inmate beating by prison guards

The Florida Department of Corrections is investigating what's been described as a severe assault by prison guards against an inmate who is the former...
man in suit

Florida’s former House speakers and Senate presidents rake in big bucks as lobbyists at...

As regular as the spring azaleas bloom in Tallahassee, the “revolving door” that turns powerful lawmakers into influential lobbyists also makes an annual appearance.This...

Government researchers sound alarm over spraying antibiotics on FL citrus

If you drive by an orange grove these days and see someone spraying the trees, it may be antibiotics in that mist. They are...

Legislature’s planned road project could benefit Florida’s richest man

A push in the state Legislature for a new toll road system through North-Central Florida could benefit the richest man in Florida.Thomas Peterffy, reportedly...

After sexual assault at Florida teen prison, state awards firm $16M deal

The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice signed a $16 million contract last month with a private youth prison company facing a string of troubles...

Does the Legislature reflect the Florida populace? Nope. We crunched the demographic numbers

The Florida Legislature that begins its 2019 session today is older, wealthier, more Republican and less diverse than the state that it represents.A review...

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