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Action Alert: House Unveils, Advances New PIP Repeal
Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Your immediate action is needed to register your opposition to an unfavorable House bill likely to have its second public hearing this week.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017, Tallahassee – By a 12-to-2 vote the House Insurance and Banking Subcommittee yesterday afternoon introduced and approved a new proposal seeking to replace Florida’s decades-old No-Fault/Personal Injury Protection insurance coverage requirement. The measure, Committee Substitute for House Bill 1063 (SC/HB1063), replaces a similar bill introduced earlier by Rep. Erin Grall (R-Vero Beach), who is also a trial attorney by profession.

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Committee Work Dominates Lawmaker’s Week
Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Monday Morning, March 27, 2017, Tallahassee – Legislative committees were in full swing last week during the third week of the legislature’s annual nine week session. Individual member’s bills are now being heard at a time when proposed committee bills and substitute bills are also starting to rear their heads. With most bills receiving references to multiple committees, members are now scurrying to try to ensure their ideas navigate the committee system successfully before committee work begins to wind down in the latter part of the session.
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State Lawmakers Get Down to Business
Monday, 20 March 2017
Tallahassee – With their opening-week festivities now behind them, state lawmakers got down to business last week sorting through the field of individual member and committee bills, debating and readying the strongest survivors for their final stops on the floors of both the House and Senate. Much of the legislative work is performed in committees during the opening weeks of session, but, shifts to the floor of both chambers in the closing weeks.
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FAQ’s on PIP: The Latest Facts on the Latest No-fault Debate in Florida’s Capitol
Friday, 17 March 2017
Some Florida lawmakers have decided it’s time to scrap and replace our current PIP/No-fault auto insurance system. Deliberations are underway right now as they meet in their annual legislative session in Tallahassee. Here’s everything you need to know about the current battle, the misinformation that’s already making rounds, and how you can participate most effectively.
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Tensions Mount as Lawmakers Begin Annual Session
Monday, 13 March 2017
Tallahassee – Tuesday of last week marked the kick-off of Florida’s annual 60-day lawmaking session amid the traditional fanfare of opening day. Speeches, family and flowers filled the House chamber as the three branches of state government came together, as tradition dictates, to hear the Governor’s annual state-of-the-state address.

While Gov. Scott painted a generally rosy picture of continued job growth, increased tourism and healthy tax revenues, behind the scenes things are not all that attractive. Disharmony on the major issues facing state policy makers is already running rampant. From taxing and spending priorities, to how Florida should best attract tourists and jobs, legislative leaders and the Governor, though all from the same party, seem to be on different pages as deliberations begin.

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