Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report–Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Oct 29, 2014
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Celebrating over 40 years in practice, the law firm of Colodny Fass& Webb will streamline its name to “Colodny Fass,” effective October 31, 2014, Managing Partner Mike Colodny announced this week. The Firm’s Internet address will be www.ColodnyFass.com as of that date. InsuranceNewsNet.com reports.
A St. Johns River State College program is geared toward exposing students to a possible career in the insurance industry, Kimeko McCoy reports for the Saint Augustine Record.
Two South Florida residents have sued an Arizona company that controls most red-light ticket cameras in the state, seeking class-action status and more than $5 million in damages for everyone who received a citation in the past four years, Orlando Sentinel’s Mark Schlueb reports.
A Washington D.C. group released a report yesterday evaluating how 10 swing states, including Florida, adopted recommendations from a presidential commission after long voting lines plagued the 2012 election, the Miami Herald’s Michael Van Sickler writes in the “Naked Politics” blog.
It’s the nightmare scenario nobody wants to discuss: an election night result for Florida governor that’s so close it demands a recount. Tampa Bay Times’ Steve Bousquet reports.
Florida ranked first this year in individual income tax structure, third in unemployment tax structure, 14th in corporate tax, 12th in sales tax and 16th in property tax, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
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