State Legislature

Forward Florida’s new voter registration claims brought into question


Push to expand hate crimes draws bipartisan support


NRA pushes forward with suit challenging age to purchase guns in Florida


Governor’s plan for prisons facing pushback from officers


Environmentalists push for full funding of Florida Forever


Governor throws weight behind E-Verify bill


Website issues creating additional hurdles for citizen initiatives


DeSantis Throws Support Behind Student Athlete Pay


Parent consent bill passes, despite democratic opposition


Felons voting rights ruling creates new confusion for elections supervisors


Lawmakers hear presentations on medical marijuana


Democrats aim to reduce prison population


Lawmakers give first approval to internet sales tax collection


GOP and Democrats united in fight against open primaries


Federal judge considers blocking payment requirements for voting rights restoration


State lawmakers hold delegation meeting in Bay County


Red flag ruling could lead to expansion of the law


FSU professor murder trial ready for opening statements


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NBC News Headlines

Announcer suspended after remark about Raven's QB's 'dark skin'

“He’s really good at that fake ... but when you consider his dark skin color with a dark football with a dark uniform, you could not see that thing,” Tim Ryan said.

House Democrats slam HUD for 'illegally withholding' Puerto Rico hurricane aid

Lawmakers say HUD is breaking the law by missing a congressionally mandated deadline to make $10.2B available in hurricane aid to the island.

Black Hawk helicopter missing after takeoff in Minnesota

The Minnesota National Guard confirmed to NBC News it lost contact with the Black Hawk, carrying three Guardsmen, at around 2 p.m. CST.

Her car plunged into a giant sinkhole. Los Angeles is paying her $4 million.

After her car tipped into the sinkhole, Stephanie Scott was standing on the roof of the vehicle, about 10 feet below ground, screaming for help.

Blind Tennessee inmate on death row for setting woman on fire chooses electric chair

Thursday's scheduled execution is expected to be only the second execution of a blind prisoner in the U.S. since the reinstatement of the death penalty in 1976.