Senate President Mike Haridopolos, R-Merritt Island, said Monday that there probably won't be any more meetings of the Senate budget panel. That means several key issues — including unemployment compensation and immigration — will likely be headed straight to the floor.
The vast array of new voting restrictions may affect your right to vote this November–and could change election outcomes.
A widespread toxic algae outbreak has shut down oyster season across the Texas coast and caused health problems for many nearby residents.
Despite last session's onslaught of legislation aimed at cracking down on legal abortions in the state , the Florida Legislature did not pass a single anti-abortion bill during the 2012 legislative session. Ten anti-abortion bills were introduced this year.
Eight undocumented youth from around the country have moved to shut down a major thoroughfare in Atlanta, Ga., to protest state laws that ban enrollment in public universities by undocumented youth.
A crowd of protestors swarmed Sen. Anitere Flores, R-Miami, after yesterday's meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which ended with the passage of a
The National Institute on Money in State Politics released a report yesterday that highlights the money behind the state's renewed plans to privatize state prisons.
There are rumblings around Cancún that China may be willing to legally commit to its domestic cuts in carbon emissions.