August 12, 2000
Justice's legacy brings life to the law
Asmall group of people gathered this week for lunch to celebrate the future of a new law school graduate who has just taken the Florida Bar exam and is anxiously awaiting the results.
'Choose Life' plates hit the road despite lawsuit
TALLAHASSEE -- Drivers in northwest Florida began purchasing the controversial "Choose Life" state license plates Friday, more than a year after lawmakers approved their sale.
Many teachers will wait for raise
The Legislature okayed a 7.8 percent increase, but frustration is rising in districts that won't get that much.
Talented 20 plan still under attack
The NAACP is appealing a judge's ruling that said the university admissions plan is valid.
Inquiry into oil spill extends as cost climbs
Office surgery limits upheld
The Florida 1st District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee on Friday rejected an emergency request from the Florida Medical Association to stop a 90-moratorium on office surgeries that involve general anesthesia.
Challenge to resignation date aims to keep Gallagher off ballot
TALLAHASSEE -- A lawyer who has frequently filed suit against the state is challenging Education Commissioner Tom Gallagher's right to seek election as state insurance commissioner.