The Florida Senate has passed a bill that would allow state agencies to adopt a policy for randomly drug testing their employees. The bill, which already passed in the state House, passed the Senate this morning in a 26-14 vote and is now headed to the governor’s desk.
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A bill that would allow state agencies to randomly drug test employees passed its final committee today. The bill passed today on the House floor and is now a step closer to Gov. Rick Scott’s desk.
A bill created to privatize 27 Florida prisons died on the state Senate floor today in a 19-21 vote.
An attempt by state Sen. Mike Fasano to halt the Florida Senate’s push to privatize 27 Florida prisons failed today.
A joint resolution that would give the governor the power to appoint the student member of the Board of Governors — the body that oversees the Florida university system — passed through the state Senate’s Higher Education Committee Thursday.
A divided state Senate yesterday began the process of casting a final vote on a bill that would privatize prisons in some regions of the state, before cutting the vote short. The Senate will continue the process today.
A group of business leaders joined one of Florida’s most powerful pastors on a conference call today to tell reporters that the immigration enforcement bills set to move this week in both the Florida House and Senate would harm the state’s economy and its character.