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The bill's sponsor, Rep. Christine Hunschofsky, D-Parkland, served as the mayor of Parkland during the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, where 17 students were killed. more
The Legislature failed to pass any changes in property-insurance law during its regular session, which adjourned on March 14th, following reforms adopted in 2021 and 2019. more
According to voter rolls, District 39 will be a battleground where the number of registered Democrat and Republican voters is about even. There aren't a lot of those in Florida. more
The subject of this struggle is a sweet slice of Central Florida’s landscape known as Split Oak Forest Wildlife and Environmental Area. It’s owned by you, the Florida taxpayer. more
This 3.4-mile project will add a travel lane in each direction, expanding the expressway from four to six lanes (three travel lanes in each direction). more
Gov. Ron DeSantis and his administration have approved 10 land and conservation easement acquisitions totaling more than 17,000 acres to preserve wildlife and natural habitats. more
The governor acted shortly after the Legislature sent him SB 102, containing its congressional redistricting map, on Tuesday morning. more
The Serenity Garden will be a one-acre “park within a park” where people of all ages and abilities may experience and enjoy nature. more
The Florida State Parks specialty plate is the first plate from the 2021 Legislative Session to meet all design, development, manufacturing, and presale requirements established to begin the distribution process. more
Coupled with sub-freezing temperatures and a persistent disease infecting citrus trees, Florida citrus growers have been fighting a battle on two fronts. more
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