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Contest widely seen as a bellwether for coming election year as parties test campaign strategies
Rebecca’s Law would make bullying and cyberbullying a misdemeanor offense with a possible yearlong jail sentence
Florida's Supreme Court ruled that man with law degree who passed state bar cannot get a license to practice
A mentally disabled inmate in Florida is challenging state’s use of set IQ to determine use of death penalty
Paul Howell's execution is the fifth in Florida using a new, medically untested cocktail of drugs
A Florida woman is ordered to connect to the city’s water system after officials deem her home ‘unsanitary’
Move would decrease recidivism and right a long-standing wrong
Legislation would invalidate university gun regulations.
The rest of the country is slowly recovering from the 2007 housing bubble - but Florida is still struggling.
Legal experts say ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws influence society long before they reach the courtroom
From funny cat pics to the news business, Internet entrepreneur Ben Huh is driven by the same philosophy