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The battles over abortion haven’t abated in Florida

(Updated) Abortion rights activists plan to swarm the state Capitol on Monday, hoping to stave off what one progressive website says "could be the...

Critics say lawmakers are thwarting voters again – this time about...

Families of inmates and advocacy groups were elated last fall when voters approved a Florida Constitutional Amendment that could soon allow some prisoners to...

Prominent Florida Republicans blame feds for state’s faulty immigration measures

Two prominent Miami-area Republicans say the federal government’s inability to address comprehensive immigration issues is creating a void that's allowing state lawmakers to push...

Gov. DeSantis wants to train more Florida sheriff’s deputies to enforce...

Groups that advocate for undocumented immigrants are sounding the alarm about Gov. Ron DeSantis’ plan to expand a federal training program for local sheriff’s...

In the Florida Legislature, there may be a new attitude toward...

In a crowded legislative committee meeting room at Florida’s Capitol, six prison wardens assembled to tell state lawmakers exactly how years of inadequate funding...

ACLU of Florida announces new executive director

Micah W. Kubic, head of the ACLU in Kansas, will be the new executive director for the ACLU of Florida beginning in January.He’ll replace...

Judge doesn’t yet rule in Bill Nelson lawsuit to extend election...

Update: Please see our update to this ever-changing story here.Attorneys for Bill Nelson and the Democratic Executive Committee of Florida have filed a lawsuit...

Honoring the people’s vote: Will the state do what voters directed...

Florida voters approved 11 of the 12 proposed Amendments to Florida’s Constitution on Nov. 6, but in the days following, some residents and policy...

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