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Convicted felons ask for change in Florida's clemency process


Students sue for better access to early voting


Push to disclose birth parent information to Florida adoptees


Investigation into lawmakers' accepted donations


Florida's clemency law may not be changing anytime soon


Proposed amendment would make it easier for charter schools to set up shop in Florida


Education advocates speak out against proposed amendment to Florida's constitution


Florida's Constitution Revision Commission stirs up controversy


Number of criminals sentenced to death in Florida declining


NRA Lobbyist receives numerous death threats


Marsy's Law could expand victims' rights in Florida's constitution


Governor vetoes "Toilet to Tap" bill


New KIDS COUNT survey shows child welfare data


Governor Scott and cabinet ask for stay in clemency ruling


Florida cities push to declare ban on tightening gun laws unconstitutional


Special session to pass gambling reform in the works


Education bill awaits Governor's signature


Law requires emergency generators at Florida nursing homes and assisted living facilities


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Former Washington cardinal punished after teen sex abuse claim

Church officials also reveal past allegations of sexual misconduct with adults

'He was just howling': A foster mother takes migrant kids into her home

"It's just painful to see a child this young have to go through that," said a Michigan woman who takes in children who've been separated from their families.

Puerto Rico's new law moves to privatize its outdated power grid

"Our objective is simple: provide better service, one that's more efficient and that allows us to jump into new energy models," Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said.

Central America's violence, turmoil keeps driving families to U.S. border

"If my country would be OK ... I would not try to cross," said a mother from Honduras hoping to cross the U.S. border with her 7-year-old son.

Mom, girlfriend charged in death of 'Little Jacob' after boy's body identified

The Galveston Police Department have identified "Little Jacob" as four-year-old Jayden Alexander Lopez, who washed up on a Galveston, Texas beach in October 2017. His mother Rebecca Rivera and her girlfriend Dania Amezquita Gomez have been arrested in connection to his death.