Cameras might pan nursing home rooms
The Senate advances a bill to start a one-year pilot security program in two care centers. Now the House must consider it.
New Cabinet post still lacks job description
State legislators have yet to agree on the duties of the new chief financial officer, whom voters will elect in November.
Poll: Let's rethink high-speed rail
State Chamber of Commerce members overwhelmingly want voters to take another look.
Plan to raise phone bills hits Senate resistance
TALLAHASSEE -- A controversial proposal to raise phone bills as much as $5 monthly over the next five years in the Tampa Bay area received strong opposition in the Senate, making its fate once again uncertain.
Bush tries to end budget disputes plaguing session
The governor urges both chambers to have a public conference to resolve differences.
Senators offer farewells to departing colleagues
Don Sullivan's voice cracked Wednesday as he recalled eight years as a state senator, beginning with his bicycling from St. Petersburg to Tallahassee.
Bills make environmentalists howl
The bills at issue tap the land buying fund and limit billboard rules and development challenges.