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  • Legislature considers bill to tighten utility regulation

    Bills that supporters say would tighten the rules governing the panel that sets Florida's electric rates are moving toward passage in the state Legislature, but some say they're not enough to end what they call the panel's too-cozy relationship with big power companies.
  • Feud between state Senate, Gov. Scott boils over

    Feud between state Senate, Gov. Scott boils over
    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott headed for California on Sunday for a two-day mission to lure jobs to Florida, leaving behind a seemingly intractable budget battle and a growing rift between his administration and the Florida Senate. The feud...

    In Florida's "beer war," the growler appears to be winning

    After a two-year political and public relations battle, Florida's craft beer fans may soon be able to leave their local brewery with the preferred half-gallon refillable jug of the microbrew they love and retire their "Free the growler" T-shirts. The...

    Supermarket, liquor store compromise may hinge on a door

    Supermarket, liquor store compromise may hinge on a door
    TALLAHASSEE — The need for a wall between vodka and vegetables would remain in Florida, but a revised Senate bill would open the door to reduced travel time for shoppers between the liquor and grocery aisles. The Senate Regulated Industries...

    Emergency gun-carrying bill heads to Senate floor

    TALLAHASSEE — After a similar measure died on the Senate floor nearly a year ago, the odds continued to improve Thursday for an NRA-supported measure that would allow more people to carry concealed weapons during emergency evacuations. The Senate...