Representative Joe Geller Some Lawmakers Hope To Change Way Floridians Vote In Presidential Elections By Sascha Cordner • 16 hours ago Sascha Cordner / WFSU-FM Two Democratic Lawmakers are hoping Florida gets involved in a movement that would change the way Floridians vote for the President. Some Florida Gun Bills Still Gaining Legislative Traction May Still Be In Trouble By Sascha Cordner • Apr 7, 2017 iStockphoto/Getty Images While several gun bills appeared stalled in the Florida Senate, a couple recently passed the House. One gives places of worship attached to a school the authority to allow guns on the property. FL House Wants Health Dept. To Partner With Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Organizations By Nick Evans • Apr 6, 2017 DXR via wikimedia commons The Florida House is forging ahead with a measure funneling millions of dollars to a pregnancy support organization that opposes abortion. The move could sideline Planned Parenthood. House Proposes Tracking Slower Supreme Court Decisions By Nick Evans • Mar 13, 2017 Nick Evans The Florida House seems intent on bringing the state supreme court down a few pegs after a series of stinging courtroom defeats. The saber-rattling intensified last week as lawmakers approved new reporting requirements. Florida House Passes Pension Reform Package By Sascha Cordner • Feb 24, 2016 Getty Images The Florida House passed a controversial bill making changes to Florida’s Retirement System. Lawmakers Want More SROs In Public Schools By Kate Payne • Jan 8, 2016 Ian D. Keating/ flickr / https://www.flickr.com/photos/ian-arlett/ Two Democratic lawmakers have plans to expand law enforcement in public schools. Florida Democrats Tackle Voting Rights By Matthew Seeger • Mar 26, 2015 House and Senate Democrats are rallying around two sets of bills that would promote voting rights in the sunshine state. Legislators holding the meeting are 100% done with voter restriction.