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Nov 28, 2023
Tallahassee – In an issue that might ultimately have to be sorted out by the Florida Supreme Court, an appeals court has sided with a Collier County homeowner in a dispute about a 2021 law that placed additional hurdles to filing lawsuits against property insurers.

Nov 27, 2023
Tallahassee – After suffering a setback at the U.S. Supreme Court, attorneys for Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration on Friday told a federal appeals court that a law aimed at preventing children from attending drag shows is tailored to the state’s “unquestioned interest in protecting children from exposure to obscenity.”

Nov 22, 2023
Tallahassee – An administrative law judge is poised to decide whether a $1.33 million license-renewal fee is too pricey for medical-marijuana operators doing business in Florida.

Nov 21, 2023
Tallahassee – As they wage a two-front fight against the Seminole Tribe offering online sports betting statewide, two pari-mutuel companies are seeking more time to make their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Nov 20, 2023
Tallahassee – Private aerospace leaders want Florida lawmakers to consider steps to streamline local regulations, expand a pool of workers such as machinists and welders and provide more dock space for the industry at Port Canaveral.

Nov 17, 2023
Tallahassee – The group Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Florida filed a federal lawsuit Thursday challenging the constitutionality of an order issued last month by university system Chancellor Ray Rodrigues that targeted such organizations on Florida campuses.

Nov 16, 2023
TALLAHASSEE — A slate of bills aimed at reducing regulations on public schools began moving forward Wednesday, as a key Florida Senate panel signed off on changes such as eliminating testing requirements for earning high-school diplomas.

Nov 16, 2023
Tallahassee – In a whistleblower lawsuit involving two well-known Capitol insiders, a former high-ranking employee of Florida TaxWatch accused the non-profit organization’s leader of sexual harassment, drinking on the job and retaliation.

Nov 15, 2023
Four advocacy groups have gone to an appeals court after a federal judge rejected a lawsuit challenging a Florida requirement for “wet” signatures on voter-registration forms.

Nov 14, 2023
A federal judge has awarded more than $372,000 in legal fees to attorneys who represented professors in a high-profile lawsuit against the University of Florida over being able to serve as expert witnesses in court cases.
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