House bill may stand alone on school prayer
The bill addresses student-led prayer, but it's not expected to progress without a Senate companion.
Graham warns against university overhaul
TALLAHASSEE -- The proposed overhaul of Florida's university system is unconstitutional and will be challenged in court if state lawmakers approve it, U.S. Sen. Bob Graham warned Wednesday.
Arsenic risk baffles Florida officials
State agencies cannot say how much arsenic in treated wood presents a health risk to children.
House Democrats find a way to slow GOP train
A partisan war erupted Wednesday just as legislators began taking up the most important issues facing Floridians.
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Businessman, woman face DUI counts
Memories of Jamerson warm House chamber
The former lawmaker's colleagues recall his legislative career, the issues he fought for, and his sense of humor.
Vouchers win a round, face another test
An appeals court ruling supporting the use of public money is left intact; the issue of church-state separation heads to trial.
Today is the 52nd day of the 60-day session.
Bush plan on arsenic opposed
TALLAHASSEE -- A plan by Gov. Jeb Bush to get the state's wood treatment plant to stop using arsenic as a preservative is running into trouble in the Florida Legislature.