If its past is any indication, Georgia-Pacific certainly isn't the environmental stalwart its website (.pdf) would have you believe. In 1995, the company
A Florida appeals court upheld the sovereignty of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, halting litigation against the tribe in a civil wrongful death lawsuit. The
State Rep. Rob Schenck's bill that would prevent doctors from prescribing and dispensing pain medication from their offices passed the House Judiciary Committee in an 11-6 vote today, but the amended House Bill 7095 faced harsh criticism in the committee from those who feel the bill punishes mom-and-pop pharmacies.
A new piece of legislation filed Tuesday by state Rep. Clay Ingram, R-Pensacola, aims to amend current fertilizer management statues in Florida, a move that environmenalists say is yet another effort at environmental deregulation, and a hypocritical one at that.
Florida House Speaker Dean Cannon and Senate President Mike Haridopolos yesterday asked the U.S. Department of Justice to approve the two anti-gerrymandering amendments supported by Florida voters in last November's election, appending a lengthy explanation of how they feel the so-called Fair Districts amendments should be interpreted.
According to a California-based organization backing Florida's controversial Parent Trigger bill, the measure isn't being led by charter schools or business-backed groups, and actually has the support of many in the public school system.