Recent News About Florida Senate
Florida lawmakers are poised in the coming year to make another run at repealing the state’s no-fault auto insurance system, which critics charge is subject to fraud, high costs and excessive civil litigation.
TALLAHASSEE -- Legislation in the Florida Legislature that would bar state and local governments from suing over public records requests probably will - yet again - have strong support in the House but the real battle will be in the Senate, according to the the president of a free speech advocacy group.
Measure could politicize Florida administrative law judge selection process, ALJ Association president says
Florida House lawmakers are making a second attempt to give Gov. Rick Scott the power to appoint administrative law judges, something that would threaten the independence of that judicial group, the Association of Administrative Law Judges president said during a recent interview.