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Florida Legislation

Florida Legislature passes insurance overhaul bill

By Jim Turner, News Service of Florida, Dec 14, 2022 TALLAHASSEE — With property insurance described as a “hidden tax” on homeowners, the Florida House on Wednesday gave final approval to a plan aimed at stabilizing the state’s troubled insurance market. The Republican-dominated House voted 84-33 along party lines to pass the bill (SB 2-A)

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Health Care

DeSantis calls for grand jury to investigate Covid-19 vaccines

By AREK SARKISSIAN Florida Politico, Dec.13, 2022. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday asked the Florida Supreme Court to empanel a grand jury to investigate “wrongdoing” linked to the Covid-19 vaccines, including spreading false and misleading claims about the efficacy of the doses. Most of the medical community, including the Centers for Disease Control

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What a closely watched SCOTUS case could mean for Florida

By GARY FINEOUT ,  Politico Florida Playbook, Dec 7, 2022. Before the court — A lot of attention will be directed to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) as it takes up a North Carolina redistricting case that could determine the future of elections nationwide, including Florida’s. The case known as Moore v. Harper centers around

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Biden's Vision

Biden is showing how to get things done

The following letter to the Editor was published in The Daily Sun on Dec 5, 2022. As Republicans prepare to take tenuous control of the U.S. House next year, they are proudly announcing the myriad of investigations they intend to initiate ranging from Dr. Fauci to Hunter Biden’s laptop. They have said precious little, however,

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