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These lucrative land deals are supposed to preserve the property in perpetuity. But Kimberly Buchheit, a Central Florida land surveyor and environmental activist, told me, “Perpetuity has reached an expiration date: as soon as it is no longer convenient to protect land or restrict development.” more
Rep. Doug Bankson, who represents Apopka, and parts of Orange and Seminole counties, said that his bill was not an attack on trans-Floridians. more
Senate Bill 1716 would make changes to Florida’s Citizens Property Insurance Corporation’s eligibility requirements and would merge the corporation's revenues, assets, liability, losses, and expenses into one account. more
State Sen. Joe Gruters sponsored Senate Bill 1448, which would add transparency for social media platforms operating in Florida that foreign adversaries own. more
The proposal also exempts flood insurance policies enacted or renewed after July from premium taxes for one year, according to the analysis. more
Florida lawmakers have advanced a bill this week that would allow young students and those who teach them the tools to be successful. more
Pittman: "Over the weekend, I heard about something new to me. It’s a bill to cut a chunk from one of the state’s aquatic preserves. It’s being done for the benefit of a developer." more
Increases greater than 50% on homeowner policies by two insurance companies will be considered in hearings by the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation later this month. more
The elimination of Florida property taxes and replacing them with a consumption tax is being proposed in the House of Representatives. more
The legislative measure under question (HB 1613) would limit THC in hemp products to no more than 2 milligrams per serving and no more than 10 milligrams per container.  more
The centers are urging lawmakers to adjust the rates to cover what they've found to be a gap of $106, or just over 42%, for every Medicaid patient visit. more
Pittman: "A couple of bills are making their way through the current session that seems to be pro-littering. They would ban local governments and state agencies from imposing regulations against single-use plastic items like bags, bottles, and even Styrofoam." more
Florida lawmakers are advancing bills that would regulate food delivery platforms in the Sunshine State while adding identity protections for consumers. more
Florida House Bill 1469 would prohibit a person from using a wireless device in a handheld manner while operating a motor vehicle. more
The group said it will require one million signatures of registered voters in Florida to get the measure on the ballot. As of December 31st, there are more than 13.3 million voters. more
If passed, HB 49 will ease child labor restrictions, allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to work the same hours as adults, and no legal requirements for breaks in the workplace. more
The Florida House will vote on HB 49, which would allow 16- and 17-year-olds to work more than eight hours per day and more than 30 hours a week during the school year. more
Senate Bill 1716 would make significant changes to the Citizens Property Insurance Corporation by merging the corporation’s multiple accounts into one. more
The FDOT opened the remaining Wekiva Parkway lanes on Saturday, making the long-awaited connection between State Road 429, 417, and Interstate 4 a reality. more
The issue arose in a House committee meeting Tuesday, where lawmakers were tweaking the state’s voucher program, allowing families to use public dollars for private education. more
Last fall, Florida lawmakers were presented with a detailed report on the cost of modernizing the state’s prison system. more
The bill would prohibit counties and municipalities from restricting the floor area ratio of certain proposed developments while authorizing them to restrict the height of proposed developments. more
A proposed Florida House of Representatives bill would revamp the state's hurricane-related insurance strategy. more
Just last week, lawmakers in the House pushed to allow 16- and 17-year olds to work more than 30 hours a week during the school year and allow for fewer mandatory work breaks. more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Florida's request to import prescription drugs on Friday, ending a prolonged legal battle. more
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