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Gay marriage case sent to Florida Supreme Court

Gay marriage case sent to Florida Supreme Court

By DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Florida's ban on gay marriage is now in the hands of the state's highest court after an appeals court asked that the justices resolve the controversial prohibition. The request Wednesday from the 2nd District Court of Appeal for the first time puts the [...]

State Capital Buzz: School Vouchers, Veterans dealing with PTSD

State Capital Buzz: School Vouchers, Veterans dealing with PTSD

LAWSUIT SEEKS TO END SCHOOL VOUCHERS PROGRAM A coalition of groups and individual plaintiffs filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging the constitutionality of a de facto school-vouchers program that serves tens of thousands of children. The Florida Education Association, the Florida School Boards [...]

State Capital Briefs: Primary results within a hour of polls close, victory for net fishermen

State Capital Briefs:  Primary results within a hour of polls close, victory for net fishermen

MORE THAN 1.1M VOTERS CAST ABSENTEE, EARLY BALLOTS More than 1.1 million votes were cast in Florida before Tuesday's primary-election day began, with over 850,000 through absentee ballots and almost 300,000 during early voting, according the Department of State. During a press briefing Tuesday [...]

Wife asks to reduce Mark Turner’s sentence

Wife asks to reduce Mark Turner’s sentence

One of the strangest interviews I did while covering the Billings murders was with Mark Turner. He shared a lot of insights on the used car business. At the time, Turner was involved with a large civil case and was appealing a conviction on money laundering. He was waging a social media [...]

Breaking News: Federal judge strikes down gay marriage ban

Breaking News: Federal judge strikes down gay marriage ban

From The News Service of Florida U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle on Thursday struck down Florida's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. The 33-page decision followed similar rulings by state-court judges in South Florida. Hinkle placed a stay on the ruling. The News Service of Florida will [...]

Scott talks climate change with scientists

Scott talks climate change with scientists

By MARGIE MENZEL THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Amid questions about his views on global warming, Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday met with five Florida scientists who urged him to prepare the state for the coming challenges posed by climate change. They spent their 30-minute appointment with the [...]

Panel to interview Murzin for Public Service Commisson spot, Aug. 28

Panel to interview Murzin for Public Service Commisson spot, Aug. 28

A state panel is expected to nominate candidates for two spots on the Florida Public Service Commission after conducting interviews Aug. 28 in Miami. The Florida Public Service Commission Nominating Council last month chose 16 applicants to interview for the positions, including PSC member Julie [...]

Judge rules Democratic candidate for AG meets residency requirements

Judge rules Democratic candidate for AG meets residency requirements

By MARGIE MENZEL THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA A legal move to disqualify one of two Democratic candidates for Florida attorney general failed Friday when a Tallahassee judge ruled that George Sheldon met the residency requirements for the race. The ruling by Chief Judge Charles A. Francis of [...]

Crist takes on Scott over pot plan

Crist takes on Scott over pot plan

By DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA On the campaign trail in South Florida, former Gov. Charlie Crist blasted Gov. Rick Scott's administration Friday for using a lottery to select five organizations to grow, manufacture and dispense a now-legal type of marijuana that purportedly does not [...]

Rubber ducks attack Congressman (video)

Rubber ducks attack Congressman (video)

SaintPetersblog.com reports that Florida Democratic Party volunteers delivered on Wednesday more than five dozen rubber ducks to Panama City field office of Congressman Steve Southerland to protest his refusal to debate his Democratic opponent Gwen Graham, daughter of former Sen. Bob Graham. [...]

State sets six major road projects for 2015, closest is Bay County

State sets six major road projects for 2015, closest is Bay County

Six large road projects throughout Florida, with a combined cost of $806.7 million, have been formally moved to the front of the state's Five Year Work Program. The change means work on the projects, some of which hadn't been scheduled to begin until after 2020, will start in 2015, a state [...]

Bondi: FDA Cigar rules ‘Overboard’

Bondi: FDA Cigar rules ‘Overboard’

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Attorney General Pam Bondi labeled as "overbroad" the federal government's proposed regulations to link electronic cigarettes, cigars and other tobacco products to the same rules as the cigarette industry. Bondi wrote in a letter that she wants the [...]

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