(The Center Square) – Eight news organizations, including The New York Times, Washington Post and Associated Press, will be among plaintiffs when a lawsuit lodged against the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) for refusing to publicly post daily COVID-19 pandemic data goes to trial on Sept. 29.

(The Center Square) – Florida Power & Light Company’s (FP&L) proposed four-year $1.53 billion rate hike is justified by the “superior performance” it delivers, the Sunshine State’s largest utility told state regulators Monday.

(The Center Square) – Tallahassee’s Capitol complex will shake off its summer somnambulance this first week of fall as lawmakers assemble for preliminary meetings in anticipation of January’s legislative session and the Legislature’s redistricting committees begin their once-a-decade work in…

(The Center Square) – The Florida Legislature is set to begin its decennial redistricting process next week when the Senate’s Reapportionment Committee meets Monday and the House Legislative Redistricting Committee holds hearings Wednesday and Thursday.

(The Center Square) – Florida led the nation in nursing home resident and staff deaths in the four weeks ending Aug. 22, the American Association of Retired People (AARP) reported Wednesday in a “four-week snapshot” analysis.

(The Center Square) – The Florida Board of Education (BOE) approved a rule in June that mandates K-12 public schools teach American history based on “universal principles stated in the Declaration of Independence” and bans “critical race theory” (CRT) from being taught.

(The Center Square) – It didn’t take long for the state to take action after Gov. Ron DeSantis affirmed Monday that under a new state law, Florida will fine local governments $5,000 for each employee required to be vaccinated, threatening some municipalities with punitive levies of “millions…

(The Center Square) – Eight news organizations, including The New York Times, Washington Post and Associated Press, will be among plaintiffs when a lawsuit lodged against the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) for refusing to publicly post daily COVID-19 pandemic data goes to trial on Sept. 29.

(The Center Square) – Florida Power & Light Company’s (FP&L) proposed four-year $1.53 billion rate hike is justified by the “superior performance” it delivers, the Sunshine State’s largest utility told state regulators Monday.

(The Center Square) – Tallahassee’s Capitol complex will shake off its summer somnambulance this first week of fall as lawmakers assemble for preliminary meetings in anticipation of January’s legislative session and the Legislature’s redistricting committees begin their once-a-decade work in…

(The Center Square) – The Florida Legislature is set to begin its decennial redistricting process next week when the Senate’s Reapportionment Committee meets Monday and the House Legislative Redistricting Committee holds hearings Wednesday and Thursday.

(The Center Square) – Florida led the nation in nursing home resident and staff deaths in the four weeks ending Aug. 22, the American Association of Retired People (AARP) reported Wednesday in a “four-week snapshot” analysis.

(The Center Square) – The Florida Board of Education (BOE) approved a rule in June that mandates K-12 public schools teach American history based on “universal principles stated in the Declaration of Independence” and bans “critical race theory” (CRT) from being taught.

(The Center Square) – It didn’t take long for the state to take action after Gov. Ron DeSantis affirmed Monday that under a new state law, Florida will fine local governments $5,000 for each employee required to be vaccinated, threatening some municipalities with punitive levies of “millions…