It said in the article:
In 1989, the Florida Supreme Court struck down on privacy grounds, a statute that required parents to be informed when a minor wanted an abortion.
I blew right past that. Thanks for pointing it out. Probably worked out for the better though, since looking for information turned up a 2003 SCOFLA case, as well as 2005 legislative activity.
If there is no compelling state interest in requiring parental notification, how does the DCF justify its intrusion into the pregnant person's business?