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State takes aim at Warren ruling

January 26, 2024
Tallahassee – Gov. Ron DeSantis’ lawyers Thursday asked a full federal appeals court to take up a battle about the suspension of Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren, saying a three-jud…

State guard could get go-ahead outside Florida

January 25, 2024
Tallahassee – The Florida State Guard, revived by Gov. Ron DeSantis, could operate outside Florida and be called into service anytime he “deemed necessary,” under a bill approved Thursday by a Hous…

Ruling slows Medicaid eligibility fight

January 24, 2024
Tallahassee – With enrollment in Florida’s Medicaid program continuing to plummet, a federal judge Tuesday dismissed an initial attempt to require the state to at least temporarily reinstate covera…

Lawmakers seek to prevent monument removals

January 23, 2024
Tallahassee – An effort to prevent removal of historical monuments and memorials started to advance Monday in the Senate as cities such as Jacksonville fight over Confederate statues.

Judicial disciplinary case ratchets up

January 23, 2024
Tallahassee – Describing a subpoena as “irrelevant, improper, and harassing,” an appeals-court judge is seeking to be shielded from testifying in a disciplinary case against a Hillsborough County c…

State urges Supreme Court to uphold tech law

January 22, 2024
Tallahassee – With the U.S. Supreme Court poised to hear arguments next month, Florida is disputing that a 2021 state law placing restrictions on large social-media platforms violates First Amendme…

DeSantis drops presidential bid

January 22, 2024
Tallahassee – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Sunday dropped his bid for president, saying he didn’t have a “clear path to victory” and that a majority of Republican voters back former President Donal…

Fees proposed in school book challenges

January 19, 2024
Tallahassee – Amid widespread controversy about removing books from school shelves, the Florida House is moving forward with a bill that could lead to fees for people who challenge numerous library…

Panel backs lawsuits over ‘unborn child’ deaths

January 19, 2024
Tallahassee – Less than a year after passing a measure that would ban abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, Republican lawmakers are pursuing an effort to allow parents to file civil lawsuits see…

House ready to pass social media restrictions

January 18, 2024
Tallahassee – The Florida House is poised to pass a bill aimed at preventing children under age 16 from using social media, as parts of the tech industry argue the measure could be unconstitutional…
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