Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report - Friday, March 09, 2018
Date Published: 03-09-2018
Following the destruction of Hurricane Irma and the arrival of thousands of Puerto Rican Residents after Hurricane Maria, Lawmakers had vowed to increase money available for apartments and lower-cost housing, but the Parkland response changed that and many other spending priorities. Gatehouse Media’s John Kennedy reports via the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
- How Would You Like To Spend $6.3 Billion More Next Year? Legislators Found Many Ways
- Florida Education Budget Increases Largely Due To Parkland Shooting
- Making Good On A threat, Lawmakers Withhold Budget Funds From DOH Over Medical Marijuana
A Bill passed by Florida Lawmakers empowering some Personnel in Public Schools to carry Firearms to guard against attacks like last month’s Massacre near Miami could expose these employees to potentially costly Civil Lawsuits, Legal Experts said. Reuters’ Tina Bellon reports.
This marks a second Term as Chief Justice for Canady, 63, who led the Court in 2010 to 2012. Suzie Schottelkotte reports for the Winter Haven News Chief.
Continuing a trend, the Florida Senate on Thursday gave final Approval to a Bill that would start the 2020 Legislative Session. THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA reports via FloridaPolitics.com.
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