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Judge backs state on contractor vaccinations

December 23, 2021
Saying President Joe Biden exceeded his authority, a Tampa federal judge Wednesday backed Florida’s attempt to block a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for federal contractors.

Appeals court dismisses school mask battle

December 22, 2021
After both sides said the case was moot, the 1st District Court of Appeal on Wednesday dismissed a high-profile legal fight about the state’s efforts to prevent school mask mandates during the COVI…

Feds’ next move unclear in gambling fight

December 22, 2021
As the Seminole Tribe pursues a legal battle to regain control over online sports betting in Florida, the federal government has not decided whether to launch an appeal.

Florida, Texas see largest population increases

December 21, 2021
Florida trailed only Texas in population increases from 2020 to 2021, while the nation had the slowest growth rate in its history, according to information released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Judge weighs pregame prayer dispute

December 21, 2021
A federal judge heard arguments Tuesday in a more than five-year legal battle over whether the Florida High School Athletic Association violated a Christian school’s free-speech rights by preventin…

Military proposed as alternative to jail time

December 21, 2021
Certain criminal offenders could opt for a hitch in the military over jail time, under a proposal filed for the upcoming legislative session.

10 big legal issues to watch in 2022

December 21, 2021
From elections to vaccines, state and federal courts are weighing major Florida lawsuits. Here are 10 big legal issues to watch in 2022:

Holiday travel up as gas prices dip

December 20, 2021
Nearly six million Floridians are expected to travel over the next two weeks, an increase of 35 percent over holiday travel last year. That comes as gasoline prices have dropped 12 cents a gallon i…

Proposal would allow guns at legislative meetings

December 20, 2021
A House Republican on Monday filed a proposal that would allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to be armed at state legislative meetings.

Conservation groups target EPA over manatee deaths

December 20, 2021
Three conservation groups moved Monday toward filing a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection over water-quality problems that have led to a record number of manatee deaths this year in …
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