Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report – Friday, February 23, 2018
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Federated National Holding Company underwrites multi-Peril, personal automobile, commercial general liability, federal flood, and other lines of Insurance in Florida and other States. The Intelligent Insurer reports.
Read the Governor’s remarks as prepared for delivery on his recommended “$500 Million Investment in School Safety and Mental Health”
Florida Senate President Joe Negron said Thursday that he supports arming school teachers, endorsing a controversial proposal a day after U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio rejected it.
Dozens of Florida Nursing Homes with long records of failing to meet State and Federal Standards operate with little risk that Regulators will shut them down, a USA TODAY NETWORK – FLORIDA Investigation found. The Naples Daily News carries the story by Melanie Payne and Ryan Mills.
A Bill that would preempt Local Regulation of Vacation Rental Properties squeaked through a House Committee Thursday, after Lawmakers added provisions related to Sexual Predators and Offenders. THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA’s Lloyd Dunkelberger reports via the Orlando Sentinel.
Two years after drafting water-quality standards that were widely scorned as weakening protections against some harmful chemicals, Florida is starting over. Steve Patterson reports for the Florida Times-Union.
Senate Appropriations Chairman Rob Bradley says he and other Senators have concerns about the Legislation. THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA reports via FloridaPolitics.com.
A Bill aimed at making changes to Car Dealership Regulations stalled out in its second House Committee Thursday over objections. FloridaPolitics.com Publisher Peter Schorsch writes.
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