Top Regulator, Bars, To “Discuss Ideas on How to Reopen”

Top Regulator, Bars, To “Discuss Ideas on How to Reopen”

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s top business regulator plans to start meeting with bar operators and craft brewers, amid concerns about establishments closing permanently if a state ban on serving drinks for on-site consumption remains in place. In a tweet Saturday, Department of Business and Professional Regulation Secretary Halsey […]

Andrew Gillum Addresses Depression, Alcoholism

Andrew Gillum Addresses Depression, Alcoholism

By The News Service of Florida Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum emerged Monday from self-imposed political exile with a social media post addressing depression and alcoholism after a March incident involving a man who reportedly overdosed in a South Beach hotel room. According to a police report, Gillum, who was in the room where […]

Settlement Reached in Vote-By-Mail Battle

Settlement Reached in Vote-By-Mail Battle

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — On the eve of a trial slated to begin Monday, lawyers representing the state and plaintiffs in a legal battle over Florida’s vote-by-mail procedures have reached a settlement. Priorities USA, Dream Defenders and other plaintiffs have been seeking to expand the state’s vote-by-mail process, arguing […]

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