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Meet Florida’s most powerful research, monitoring, news and analysis service. We provide deep access to Florida’s policy making process. Identify and track bills based on a custom profile of keywords and statutes. Be alerted to legislation that matters to you, your clients or your members as they move through the state’s fast-paced process.

Who We Serve

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Lobbyists

Manage a diverse client lists, 100s of bills and simultaneous committee meetings with ease.

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Corporations

Identify legislative threats and opportunities that will affect your bottom line.

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Associations

Communicate your legislative agenda with stakeholders & members. Engage your network.

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Law Firms

Establish and expand your government affairs practice. Track proposed changes to statutes.

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State & Local Government

Improve your bill analysis workflow.  Coordinate your executive team, legislative affairs and division experts in one system.

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Press

Break policy and political news with our powerful research desk’s real-time alerts.

Legislative IQ ® News Feed

Legislative IQ ® makes it easier than ever to monitor Florida’s policy, budget and campaigns. With it, you’ll see the big picture, know the players and stay informed as developments occur. Recent developments:
  • Agriculture & Natural Resources Appropriations: Springs bill passes final Senate stop - Senate budget chief Rob Bradley's bill to annually fund Florida springs and pay for restoration of the St. Johns River passed the last committee Thursday.
  • Guns: Background check fees legislation heads to the floor - The Senate Appropriations Committee passed legislation to modernize how gun sellers pay background check fees.
  • Florida’s Elections Process 101: Resign-to-run law on floors of both chambers - Bills to require state and local politicians to resign before seeking higher office have made it to the floor of both chambers.
  • Gambling: Narrow Senate gambling bill passes 1st committee - A Senate bill that address several gambling issues does not touch on sports betting to avoid a meltdown with the lower chamber.
  • Senate: District 16: No special election for Jack Latvala seat - There will not be a special election to replace Sen. Jack Latvala in the Florida Senate.
  • Senate: District 18: Young gets rematch from Bob Buesing - Tampa lawyer Bob Buesing will again challenge Sen. Dana Young, R-Tampa, as a Democrat in the 2018 election cycle.
  • Economic Development Appropriations: Sales tax legislation passes last committee - Legislation limiting local sales tax referendums has passed its final House committee.
  • PreK-12 Education Appropriations: Schools of Hope moves a step forward - The Florida Board of Education approved a rule allowing private nonprofits to apply to receive "Schools of Hope" funding.

What We Do


  • RESEARCH

    Quickly find
    breaking news,
    legislation and analysis,
    bill amendments of interest to you.
  • TRACK

    Outsource the legislative monitoring process with our real time bill and amendment action, calendar and news alerts.
  • REPORT

    Quickly create
    and send status
    updates to your
    colleagues and clients.

  • SINGLE SOURCE

    We assemble information from hundreds of public and private sources which have bearing on the legislative process into a single resource.
  • LEGISLATIVE IQ ®

    All major policy areas, budget appropriations and on-going campaign races summarized and updated as developments occur.
  • NEWS SERVICE

    Monitor your issues in the press with access to Florida and National newspapers and television stations.

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