April 29, 2019

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CAPITOL NEWS SERVICE) -- A Rabbi prayed for the victims shot in a San Diego Synagogue over the weekend to open Monday’s session of the State Senate.

Senators stood for a moment of silence to honor those who were shot, but the Senate has bottled up a...

Too often, governmental entities in Florida “think they know better” than the parents they’re supposed to serve, says Rep. Erin Grall, a Vero Beach Republican.

School districts, for instance, often conduct risk assessments on children and don’t share the results with...

A Florida House committee has amended a bill that would have banned biosolids in the upper St. Johns River watershed to only require regulations for biosolids management throughout the state to be specified statewide.

The House Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommi...

Florida's annual legislative session starts Tuesday, and Treasure Coast legislators are focusing heavily on health care policies, education and the environment.

TCPalm reviewed all the bills filed by the Treasure Coast's six-member delegation — Sens. Debbie Mayfield a...

Since algae appeared in Blue Cypress Lake last year, Indian River County commissioners have had moratoriums on spreading partially treated sewage on fields. The latest ban goes through June.

State Rep. Erin Grall, R-Vero Beach, wants to make the ban permanent. Tuesday...

State Rep. Erin Grall wants to restrict the use of partially treated sewage sludge in the upper St. Johns River watershed, which includes Blue Cypress Lake and Indian River County.

A bill Grall, a Republican who represents Indian River County and part of St. Lucie Cou...

A group that opposes the establishment of a high speed rail system from South Florida to Orlando issued its 2018 Candidate Report Card grading local, state and federal elected officials based on their views on the proposed rail system.

Citizens Against Rail Expansion in...

July 10, 2018

Florida Realtors® PAC announced on Monday its endorsements for the initial candidate list for the 2018 election cycle among statewide candidates and the more than 300 candidates who have qualified to run for state Senate and House of Representatives seats. 

“As Realtors...

July 10, 2018

This week, the Florida Right to Life Political Action Committee issued endorsements and A ratings for next month’s primaries. 

In three Republican statewide primaries, the PAC endorsed Gov. Rick Scott for the U.S. Senate, state CFO Jimmy Patronis’ bid for a full four ye...

Business, economic development and education leaders as well as elected officials from across the state were in Tampa this week for the Learners to Earners summit hosted by the Florida Chamber of Commerce. The two-day conference focused on early learning initiatives th...

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The Florida House voted overwhelmingly on Friday to mothball the state’s no-fault car insurance system in place since the 1970s, sending a clear messa...

House votes 88-15 to repeal Florida’s no-fault car insurance system

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