Casey Chapter

Casey Chapter is a freshman at Florida State University studying Digital Media Production and Literature, Media & Culture. She is a staff writer and photographer for the FSView & Florida Flambeau, an intern for WFSU Public Media, and a dog lover. After graduation, she plans to work in journalism.

When not gathering stories, she enjoys reading a book with a nice cup of tea.

Florida workers and union members are pushing for a $15 minimum wage. But it may not be an easy feat in the state.


How much say should local governments have in passing regulations? That’s been a battle going back years in the legislature. Now, lawmakers are again looking at a variety of preemption bills.


Florida lawmakers want to educate students about human trafficking and child abuse. In 2018, Florida ranked 3rd in the nation for reports of human trafficking, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.

The Florida legislature is moving forward with a bill that aims to make first responders more efficient. 


How far should Florida go to protect its LGBTQ community?  Two bills moving through the legislature have different answers.


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