Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Tuesday, July 10
Jul 10, 2012
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There are no insurance-related events scheduled for today.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is jetting off for foreign soil again – this time to the United Kingdom.
An administrative law judge has sided with a workers-compensation insurer in a battle with the state Office of Insurance Regulation about whether the company earned “excess” profits.
- To view the final order, click here.
Over the next year, about 3,500 owners of high-value homes in Florida will be searching for a new homeowners insurance company as Citizens Property Insurance Corp. carries out its plan to discontinue coverage for any home insured for $1 million or more.
Lake County newest local state lawmaker, Representative Byran Nelson, R-Apopka, will gradually introduce himself to people here in the coming weeks.
An appeals court has ruled that Orlando’s red-light camera ordinance conflicts with state law, setting up a potential case for the Florida Supreme Court.
WellPoint Inc., the nation’s second-largest health insurer, will soon have a major presence in Florida with its purchase of Amerigroup Corp., one of the significant Medicaid contractors in the state.
In a move that could have large implications for the state’s scientific research centers, Governor Rick Scott has sent strongly worded letters to the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research and two other cancer research facilities warning them they can’t make money from expanding their brands if they want to continue to receive state funds.
The governor’s task force examining the stand your ground law will be in Arcadia on Tuesday.
‘ello Governor. For Governor Rick Scott and an entourage of business and economic-development leaders, the phrase may be repeated throughout the week as Scott tours the British Isles to drum up business for Florida.
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Having chaired the redistricting committee that drew Florida’s political boundaries, Senate President-designate Don Gaetz is spending the summer “hitting every wide spot in the road” to campaign for 32 fellow Republicans, while organizing the chamber for a two-year tenure marked by pressing needs in education, health care and costs of state government.
Orlando commissioners on Monday unanimously approved a deal crafted by Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs to start renovations of the Citrus Bowl, praising the stadium’s economic effect on the community.
CNN will air a documentary in prime time Sunday on the new voting restrictions in Florida that have roused nationwide controversy.
But building a consensus among lawmakers on how to rebuild the Texas Windstorm Insurance Agency always has been a challenge.
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