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John Morgan, aka ‘PotDaddy,’ says Florida is ready for legalized weed

PotDaddy says it’s time for Florida to legalize recreational marijuana.Orlando trial lawyer John Morgan – who sometimes uses the Twitter hashtag #PotDaddy – says...

Campaign to raise Florida’s minimum wage to $15 an hour kicks...

Orlando lawyer John Morgan on Monday formally launched his campaign to raise Florida’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2026.In an email message...

Medicaid expansion could save FL $200 million a year, but will...

What if Florida had a way to save money on the prison health-care crisis?Or expand treatment programs for opioid addiction or provide more mental-health...

DeSantis: Let’s hold separate elections to decide constitutional amendments

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday defended a new law that will make it more difficult to amend the Florida Constitution through petition drives, and...

Gov. DeSantis signs law taking aim at citizen ballot initiatives, including...

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed 38 bills into law Friday, including one that will make it difficult to collect petition signatures to place constitutional amendments...

Florida lawmakers proposed nearly 30 constitutional amendments this spring. None passed.

The political attention is usually focused on citizen-led constitutional amendment drives, but this spring, members of the Florida Legislature proposed nearly 30 constitutional amendments...

Advocates and Dems mourn “the death of democracy” as GOP moves...

A group of Democratic lawmakers and liberal advocates held a press conference in the Capitol on Tuesday, speaking before a mock tombstone denoting the...

Minimum wage: $15 an hour in 2026? FL Supreme Court to...

Attorney General Ashley Moody is requesting that the Florida Supreme Court review a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would ultimately raise the minimum wage to...

Guess who is proposing the most amendments to the Florida Constitution...

As the Florida Legislature moves to make it more difficult for citizens to advance changes to the state Constitution, one group remains largely unrestrained...

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