Environmentalists and animal-rights advocates want state wildlife officials to put more restrictions on deer farming and hunting as Florida responds to the long-expected arrival of a contagious disease fatal to deer. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission imposed a management zone covering parts of Holmes, Jackson and Washington counties after the detection last month…
United Property & Casualty Insurance Co. will exit Floridas troubled homeowners insurance market, forcing customers to find new coverage as their policies come up for renewal, the insurers parent company announced Thursday.
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday approved Gov. Ron DeSantis request to impanel a statewide grand jury to investigate immigration-related issues such as the smuggling
TALLAHASSEE Florida Republican Senate leaders Tuesday quickly endorsed House Appropriations Chairman Jay Trumbull, R-Panama City, to succeed Sen. George Gainer, who announced he will not run
Heading into a special session next week to address the states troubled property-insurance market, legislative leaders said late Friday they will focus on issues such as roof-damage claims,
TALLAHASSEE A federal judge considering a constitutional challenge to a 2021 state elections law ordered attorneys Monday to quickly file briefs about the potential effects of a bill that the
Florida lawmakers passed a record $112.1 billion budget Monday to end a legislative session dominated by fierce debates about issues such as education, abortion and immigration.
TALLAHASSEE The Florida House could be poised to pass two fiercely debated bills that would place restrictions on how issues about race, gender identity and sexual orientation are taught in
TALLAHASSEE The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to take up a dispute about how much money Floridas Medicaid program should be able to recoup after a legal settlement involving a Lee
TALLAHASSEE – Legislative leaders are monitoring the spike in coronavirus cases across Florida but haven’t made plans to reimpose restrictions on public access that were used during the 2021 session. With the 2022 legislative session starting Jan. 11, people will be allowed to roam most of the Capitol complex and address lawmakers in person. “In…