Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Jan 6, 2016
A year after Governor Rick Scott’s office sought his replacement, Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty said yesterday he will resign effective May 2. Charles Elmore reports for the Palm Beach Post.
- Florida Insurance Commissioner McCarty to Resign After 12 Years in Job
- Mike Fasano sticks up for resigning state insurance commissioner
A random renumbering process Tuesday for the newest version of state Senate districts could force lawmakers across Florida into critical decisions — including a decision that might create a high-profile match-up between incumbent Republicans in Pasco County. THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA’s Brandon Larrabee reports via SayfieReview.com.
- Dana Young intends to run for Florida Senate
- Senate redistricting allows Negron to serve extra two years, but he won’t commit to full term
Governor Rick Scott wants $250 million to attract companies to Florida and hopes to convince lawmakers to support a series of business-friendly tax cuts that would permanently remove more than $1 billion from state revenue. THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA’s Jim Turner reports via SayfieReview.com.
The Florida Legislature made history in 2015 for all the wrong reasons, Tampa Bay Times columnist Steve Bousquet writes.
A new year brings two new laws to Florida’s statute books, Jim Rosica reports for SaintPetersBlog.com.
Farmers Insurance has introduced its new Rideshare Insurance Coverage endorsement designed to provide coverage options for ride-hailing drivers in Texas, Insurance Journal reports.
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