The ruling is a partial victory for civil liberties groups, who argue that lawmakers were subverting a constitutional amendment expected to restore voting rights to 1.4 million Floridians.
This Case, Which Resulted in a 20-Year Prison Sentence, Supposedly Showed How Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' Law Lets People Get Away With Murder
Michael Drejka said he had to shoot Markeis McGlockton in self-defense. Jurors disagreed.
The case is yet another example of our excessively penal criminal justice system.
Miami Beach's crackdown on Airbnb is "in jarring conflict" with a state law capping municipal fines at $1,000 per day, Judge Michael Hanzman ruled.
Cheryl Weimer, 51, is now a quadriplegic after what a lawsuit describes as a "malicious and sadistic beating" by Florida prison guards.
High prices can bring much-needed supplies into a disaster zone.
Dean Higgins claims he was put in a cell that regularly flooded with raw sewage for seven months after he bit a guard while having an involuntary seizure.
"Joke or not, these types of comments are felonies under the law," says the Volusia County Sheriff's Office
The suit came after the school denied funding to bring Dana Loesch and Andrew Klavan to campus.
In one month, two sheriff's deputies in Florida have been arrested for fabricating drug evidence during traffic stops.
No diploma, no making money telling people how to eat better.
Reason uncovered body camera footage of the officer lying about a roadside field test for drugs.
We wouldn’t have to squabble over control of shared institutions if we were free to pick the right schools for our kids.
Local governments can't outlaw home vegetable gardens under a new Florida law.
America's favorite humorist makes an official podcast re-announcement of his perennial presidential campaign.
She uses it for her arthritis.
Straw banners have sucked victory from the jaws of defeat.
Charges Dropped Against Florida Man, Because the First Amendment Protects His "I Eat Ass" Bumper Sticker
No ifs, ands, or butts about it.
The bill also targets strip clubs
Institute for Justice sues Dunedin, Fla., over the $29,000 in fines imposed without due process over Jim Ficken's unmowed lawn.
Florida is on the brink of abolishing its Certificate of Need laws for health care faciltiies. It's about time.
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"When you start having mandates and [the] state setting price controls, you create all kinds of distortions in the market."
Nabbing Robert Kraft Helped Florida Prosecutors Get Headlines. Now Kraft and Other Orchids of Asia Customers Are Fighting Back
They're joined by an arrested spa owner and manager in fighting the release of surveillance video, with an array of big media companies on the other side.
The Florida school is running into trouble with the USDA and the school district over anti-milk marketing and school choice politics.
Florida's $300 felony theft threshold turns petty crimes into prison time. That might change soon.
Florida Cops Re-Arrest 26 Sex Offenders in 'Operation Karma.' Their Crime? Not Updating Their Car Info.
Most of the perpetrators committed offenses decades ago, and pose no danger to the community.
Florida Republicans Advance Bill That Would Sharply Limit Restoration of Voting Rights to Felony Offenders
A Florida House committee advanced a bill that would require people with felony records to pay off their court debts before they could regain the right to vote.
The passage of the bipartisan FIRST STEP Act in Congress and a struggling, expensive prison system have Florida lawmakers considering similar reforms.
Homeland Security and Florida Cops Spied on Chinese Massage Workers for Months but Still Couldn't Find Evidence of Human Trafficking
Nine women face felony prostitution charges and hundreds of their customers have been arrested. Florida says it's the real victim.
'No Allegations of Human Trafficking' and 'Women Could've Walked Out' In Florida Massage-Parlor Prostitution Stings
Authorities are walking back big claims about an international human-trafficking ring involving Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
He brought out some fake bills to drive his point home.
Bills in Colorado and Florida would mandate some new restrictions on plastic straws, but forbid local governments from banning the suckers outright.
Gov. Ron DeSantis essentially accused the company of taking part in a boycott of Israel. It has 20,000 properties in the country.