National Group Launches Voter-Registation Drive in FloridaThe nation's largest Hispanic civil rights organization has launched a major voter-registration drive in the battleground state of Florida to identify and sign up hundreds of thousands of potential Hispanic voters.
Florida court: Counties Can Decide Whether To Have SlotsSlot machines could be coming to several Florida dog and horse tracks if a far-reaching court ruling holds.
Gov. Grudgingly Oks Online Voter RegistrationFlorida will move ahead with online voter registration despite Gov. Rick Scott saying he is worried about putting it in place.
1-Day Waiting Period For Abortion Bill Passes State HouseWomen seeking an abortion would face a one-day waiting period under a bill that appears likely to go to Gov. Rick Scott for approval.
Florida House Moves Abortion Measure The Florida House has passed a measure prohibiting abortions after the viability of a fetus has been determined, with limited exceptions.
Probation Lifted At Florida A&MFlorida A&M University is no longer on probation.
Medical Marijuana Question Before Supreme Court The Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a proposed constitutional amendment to allow marijuana use for medical reasons should be on the ballot next year.
'Parent Trigger' Bill Fails In Florida Senate Again For the second straight year, the Florida Senate on Tuesday defeated a bill promoted as giving parents a voice in charting a turnaround plan for failing public schools.
Bill To Turn Down Loud Car Stereos FailsA bill seeking to lower the boom on loud music blaring from car stereos didn't strike a chord with the Florida Senate.
House Votes To Raise Campaign Contribution Limits By ThousandsCampaign contribution limits would soar from $500 to $5,000 for statewide candidates and $3,000 for legislative and other candidates under a wide-ranging bill passed by the House on Friday.
Lady Gaga Encourages Ohioans To VoteThe pop star admitted in this exclusive interview that after giving both candidates serious consideration, she'll be voting for Barack Obama.
Teams Hit The Streets For Every VoteEncircled by fellow volunteers for Barack Obama, Katie Sprung scanned a clipboard full of addresses. "We don't all three go to the same house, right?"