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DeSantis lifts Florida pandemic protocols: ‘We are no longer in a...

By John Haughey/The Center Square “The fact is, we are no longer in a state of emergency,” DeSantis said in St. Petersburg while signing Senate Bill...

House sends petition cap to DeSantis, set to endorse vote-by-mail restrictions

By John Haughey/The Center Square A bill dramatically scaling back contributions to citizen initiative campaigns is on Gov. Ron DeSantis’ desk and another measure imposing...

University of Florida’s business school ranked nation’s 26th best

From The Center Square and US News University of Florida's business school ranked in a tie for 26th among U.S. colleges offering master of business...

Analysis: Union County reports 459 COVID-19 deaths per 100,000, the highest...

From The Center Square and 24/7 Wall Street The number of coronavirus deaths per 100,000 people in Union County stood at 459 as of March...

3.2% of Florida bridges are in poor shape, federal study finds

From The Center Square The share of Florida bridges found to be in poor condition is 3.2 percent of the total, the eighth-lowest percentage among...

This is how much teachers are paid in Florida

By Samuel Stebbins, 24/7 Wall St. via The Center Square The U.S. Constitution does not guarantee the right to an education. Though the federal government...

Florida no-fault repeal advances with no certainty it will lower auto...

By John Haughey/The Center Square For decades, Florida lawmakers have pondered bills seeking to repeal the state’s half-century-old no-fault auto insurance system. They’ve perennially failed because...

Florida Senate delivers the ‘red meat’ DeSantis ordered as ‘anti-riot’ bill...

By John Haughey/The Center Square Seven months after Gov. Ron DeSantis called for a crackdown on violent protests, Florida lawmakers have put one on his...

Proposed Florida vote-by-mail restrictions scaled back, but opponents not swayed

By John Haughey/The Center Square A key Senate panel Wednesday amended a controversial bill imposing a range of restrictions on the state’s vote-by-mail (VBM) laws...

Two plans, one inevitability: Florida to expand nation’s largest school choice...

By John Haughey/The Center Square Florida’s Republican-dominated Legislature will significantly expand the state’s school choice voucher program before the 2021 legislative session concludes April 30. That’s...