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Bill Me Later? Top Legislative Losses of the Florida 2013 Session

May 4, 2013 - 6:00pm

As legislators return to their districts, priding themselves on a job well done, doubtless many of them are putting on a bright face, smarting over the losses of the 2013 Florida legislative session. Here are some of the bills that didn't make it -- but likely will return in one form or another after some tweaking:

1. Pension Reform

Weatherford, Gaetz Celebrate Ethics, Election, Campaign Finance Reforms

Rick Scott to Sign Major Elections Overhaul

Another Victory for Will Weatherford as Digital Learning Bill Passes Legislature

May 2, 2013 - 6:00pm

By a bipartisan 90-25 vote, the Florida House of Representatives has passed the Senate-amended version of HB 7029 ("Digital Learning"). The bill now heads to Gov. Rick Scott for his approval and signature.

A Day of Mixed Blessings for Power Companies, Utility Payers

Relax, Democrats: The House Manufacturing Tax Cut Is (Probably) Constitutional

Sen. Kelli Stargel: Sadly, Parent Empowerment Misunderstood

Florida's Small Businesses: Rick Scott 'Is Working' for Us

Sen. Alan Hays: Why I Changed My Mind and Voted to Support Parent Empowerment

Florida Democrats Torpedo 2013 Session's Bipartisan Spirit, Hold Election Reform Hostage

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