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Assuming history holds true, Republican Jamie Grant is expected to be sworn in Wednesday morning after Tuesday’s special election for his former state House seat.
A Senate panel did not vote on a contentious House bill allowing private agencies to deny gay adoptions by claiming religious or moral convictions, but the committee’s chairman said it was premature to say the measure was dead.
If ever there was a time for opponents of the “whiskey and Wheaties” bill to drop the mic, as it were, that moment came Wednesday.
In a bipartisan vote, a House panel has killed what came to be known as the “whiskey and Wheaties” bill, dealing a blow to big-box stores Walmart and Target.
NEW PORT RICHEY - Pasco County's charter advisory board won't hold its first meeting until next month but it's already lost a second member....
The “whiskey and Wheaties” bill was abruptly yanked off its latest committee’s agenda Thursday, but its sponsor says it will be back next week.
Early voting begins Saturday in the special election for the House District 64 seat, formerly held by Republican Jamie Grant.
The Legislature has passed a bill that would allow people to carry lawfully-owned guns during a state-ordered evacuation, such as before a hurricane.
Pan Amigo is no friend to former Pan Am airlines employees, according to Attorney General Pam Bondi.
This week’s episode of the Tribune/Naples Daily News podcast uses the health care funding fight to delve into the rhetoric of House/Senate food fights.