Florida Congressional redistricting trial closes: What did we learn? What's unanswered?

Florida's third redistricting trial over the congressional map is reaching its close today. It's try No. 3 for Florida lawmakers after the Florida Supreme Court invalidated the congressional map used in the last two elections as being the product of improper political intent in violation of the anti-gerrymandering provisions of the state constitution. read more »

Congressional maps now in judge's hands

TALLAHASSEE - Florida's third redistricting trial came to a close Monday, leaving the fate of the state's 27 congressional districts in the hands of a Leon County Circuit Court judge who has less than three weeks to make a recommendation to the Florida Supreme Court. read more »

Redistricting ruling could come next week

TALLAHASSEE — After closing arguments in a three-day hearing over the shape of the state's congressional districts, a Leon County judge said Monday he will try to choose a map to recommend to the Florida Supreme Court next week. read more »

Florida congressional districts now up to judge to sort out

TALLAHASSEE — Attorneys for the Florida Legislature and voters' groups dueled fiercely over a toss-up congressional district in Miami-Dade County, as a three-day hearing into drawing new boundaries ended Monday.

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Senate president nixes dissatisfied Democrats bid for lawyers

Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando, has rejected a request by Senate Democrats for outside lawyers to represent the minority party in the upcoming remapping of Senate districts that will require Supreme Court approval. read more »

Judge to decide fate of Florida's political landscape

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - A three-day trial that could decide the fate of Florida's political landscape ended Monday as lawyers for both sides accused each other of recommending changes to the state's 27 congressional districts that could benefit either Republicans or Democrats. read more »

Redistricting court drama resumes; Supreme Court to review next month

TALLAHASSEE — Lawyers sparred over Florida's congressional districts in court Thursday, the latest episode of a three-year battle that has left the state without political boundaries for the 2016 election. read more »

Redistricting hearing focuses on dispute over South Florida districts

TALLAHASSEE — The latest chapter in Florida's redistricting saga played out Thursday in a Leon County courtroom as two Miami congressional districts emerged as the heart of the differences over which of seven maps should be the one chosen by the court. read more »