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Citizens Property Insurance Corp.

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  • Senate sends Citizens' bill to the governor

    TALLAHASSEE --The Florida Senate sent a watered down version of its Citizens Property Insurance overhaul to Gov. Rick Scott Thursday that will attempt to shift policies to the private market. Lawmakers have been battling for more than two months how...
  • Scott signs Citizens bill

    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott Wednesday signed legislation that will attempt to overhaul Citizens' Property Insurance, the state's largest insurer. "This legislation will bring much needed reforms to better protect the taxpayers who support Citizens...
  • Latvala on early voting, ideology and the Legislature’s ethics (and lack thereof)

     
    The News Service of Florida had an interesting Q-and-A with veteran legislator Jack Latvala, where the Tampa Bay Republican opined on everything from early voting to the ideology of the Senate. He also teed off on the legislative “bad apples”...
  • Thursday Morning: Foreclosures, Universal and DJJ

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Thursday. Here's what we're reading this morning. * The Orlando Sentinel reports that Universal is laying out the red carpet for GOP lawmakers and lobbyists for some last minute check writing before the 2013...
  • Simmons: I have the votes for Citizens insurance bill

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Sen. David Simmons on Tuesday asked for a week-long delay on a final vote for the Citizens Property Insurance Corp bill he is carrying — but not because he doesn't have the votes to pass it. The bill, SB 1770, makes a host of...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Incentives, eyeballs and schools

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday. Hope you all had a good weekend. Here's what we're reading this morning. * The Orlando Sentinel looks at another one of Gov. Scott's 7-7-7 promises and how effective the governor has been at economic...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Lobbying, speeding cop and Marco Rubio

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday to you all. Here's what we're reading today. * The Orlando Sentinel looks at who has been lobbying for who and for how much. * The Sun-Sentinel looks at a case where a speeding cop who caused a fatal car...
  • Senate budget chief wants to eliminate insurance industry tax break and roll back vehicle tag fees

     
    A top senator said Thursday that he will introduce legislation to eliminate a nearly 30-year-old tax break for insurance companies and use the estimated $220 million in savings to roll back the annual car registration fees paid by the state's drivers. &#...
  • Scott sends low blows at Weatherford and Citizens execs

     
    TALLHASSEE–Gov. Rick Scott took some harsh shots at Speaker Will Weatherford and Citizens Property Insurance executives today after his weekly Cabinet meeting. The House office released the budget Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, has planned that has a...
  • Friday Morning Reads: FEMA, Polls and Gambling

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Friday to all. Here are the top stories we're reading this morning. * The Sun-Sentinel writes that the Seminoles are trying to prepare for the possibility of Internet gambling being approved. * The Florida...
  • Wednesday Morning Reads: Consumer confidence, human trafficking and Don Gaetz

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Wednesday. Here are the top stories we're reading this morning. * The Sun-Sentinel writes that the state is looking at building more safe houses for victims of human trafficking. * The Tampa Bay Times examines...