Special session to address Florida's home insurance failures

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday expressed confidence that a special legislative session will help stabilize Florida’s property-insurance system, but the troubled market is taking another blow as a group of companies is poised to cancel more than 68,000 policies.

Florida House passes congressional redistricting plan

Over the chants of Democratic lawmakers who planted themselves in the center of the chamber in protest, the Florida House gave final approval Thursday to a congressional redistricting plan that is expected to help Republicans and reduce the number of Black Democrats representing the state.

DOJ will appeal mask ruling if CDC calls for it

The U.S. Department of Justice says it will appeal a ruling that eliminated COVID-19 mask mandates for public transportation if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) deems it necessary. This comes as mask requirements are being dropped at airports, on trains and in rideshare services.