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  • Pool safety bill watered down

    Pool safety bill watered down
    Chris Sloan came to Tallahassee for his son Calder, who was killed in the family pool last April by an electrified pool light.
  • Florida bill would repeal law that bans shacking up

    About 1 million Floridians are breaking state law by committing lewd and lascivious acts and a state senator doesn't want them to be punished for it. And the Senate Criminal Justice Committee unanimously agreed Monday when they approved Sen. Eleanor...

    Florida editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: March 9 Panama City News Herald on Gov. Scott and drug testing: After four years of pontificating and pointless litigation, Gov. Rick Scott has finally made the right decision about Florida's scheme to drug-...

    Greyhound-racing industry could get more scrutiny

    Greyhound-racing industry could get more scrutiny
    In an opening-day victory for animal-rights activists, the Florida Senate unanimously passed a bill Tuesday requiring dog tracks to report all injuries of racing greyhounds. The bill, if also passed in the Florida House, would make the number and type of...

    Dad's quest for pool light safety rules heads to Tallahassee

    Dad's quest for pool light safety rules heads to Tallahassee
    Chris Sloan was devastated after his 7-year-old son, Calder, was electrocuted in the family pool last April when a faulty pool light connection electrified the water. So he made pool safety his mission, convincing county officials in Miami-Dade and...