State Legislature

13,000 petitions delivered to Governor calling for arming teachers veto

Despite sweeping health care legislation, nurse practitioner reform didn’t make the cut

Amendment 4 implementation heads to Governor’s desk; fines, fees and restitution included

Lawmakers poised to approve budget with bipartisan support

Electrical grid hardening could cost Floridians

House Speaker says Visit Florida will be funded for one more year

Anti-vaccination proponents rally at the State Capitol

Final days of legislative session closing in

Firefighters benefits clears first House committee

Parental consent for abortions awaiting House vote

Firefighters win cancer coverage battle

Florida First Step Act clears major hurdle

Human trafficking training legislation passes House committee

Parental consent bill advances in Florida Senate

Deregulation package now ready for the House floor

Parental consent for abortions clears another hurdle in the Florida House

Lawmakers push back on claims of a poll tax

Locals share thoughts about lawmakers' push to change smoking age

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SpaceX deploys 60 Starlink satellites after successful launch

SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 60 Starlink satellites that aim to provide high speed internet. This was the highest number of satellites the company has deployed at a single time.

Assange indictment: Advocates see peril for journalism

Leakers and publishers who publish leaks aren't the same, say advocates across the political spectrum.

Weinstein accusers reportedly agree to $44 million settlement

A settlement would have no effect on the producer's criminal case. Weinstein, who has denied all allegations, is set to go trial this fall on five counts, including rape and predatory sexual assault.

Rep. Nadler: Robert Mueller wants to testify to Congress — but in private

Mueller is willing to give a public opening statement but closed-door testimony, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said.

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange indicted on 17 new charges under Espionage Act

"This is madness. It is the end of national security journalism and the first amendment," WikiLeaks tweeted shortly after the charges were announced.