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Jeffrey Atwater

Florida State Senate president Jeff Atwater won the 2010 Cabinet position of Chief Financial Officer over Democrat Loranne Ausley. He hails from North Palm Beach and will be replacing Democrat Alex Sink, who ran for governor.
Florida State Senate president Jeff Atwater won the 2010 Cabinet position of Chief Financial Officer over Democrat Loranne Ausley. He hails from North Palm Beach and will be replacing Democrat Alex Sink, who ran for governor. « Show less

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  • CFO Jeff Atwater’s Labor Day tribute to small business owners

     
    Florida's Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater is out with a tribute to Labor Day befitting the state's Republican dominated political landscape. In his message, Atwater says over the last 18 months, he's had the chance to “meet with many small...
  • First PIP lawsuit filed

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A group of chiropractors, massage therapists and acupuncturists have sued the state over a new personal injury protection law that lawmakers heralded as key to reducing auto insurance rates in Florida. The lawsuit says that the new PIP...
  • Scott, Atwater defend party’s right to weigh in on merit retention

     
    TALLAHASSEE — State Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater told reporters Tuesday that it would not have been his choice for the state Republican Party to get involved in the merit retention of three Supreme Court Justices. “We as a party hold...
  • CFO: 1st PIP filing may have created disappointment

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers passed massive changes to the states no-fault auto insurance policy this past spring, promising that rates would go down. The new law said insurers must reduce rates by 10 percent Oct. 1 or explain why they could not do so....
  • Atwater bashes insurance industry for ‘whining’ over PIP

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater had a message for the insurance industry Tuesday: “Quit the whining.” Atwater laid into the insurance industry following the first meeting of a new task force dedicated to fighting fraud...
  • Report: PIP costs could go down

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The final report on changes to the state's no-fault auto insurance concludes that drivers should see their PIP premiums decrease anywhere from 14 percent to 24.6 percent. The report, commissioned by the Office of Insurance Regulation,...
  • Mica: Obama counted on Adams….and Cannon and Dorworth and Haridopolos and Gaetz and Weatherford

     
    In a new mailer, U.S. Rep. John Mica, R-Winter Park, attacks his Republican primary rival Rep. Sandy Adams, R-Orlando, for supporting President Barack Obama’s economic stimulus package. “Barack Obama Counted on Sandy Adams,” the headline...
  • Florida’s CF-DOH! Atwater’s premature celebration on healthcare law

     
    In his rush to be the first to praise freedom and liberty — because, you know, someone has to stand up for those deeply controversial ideals — Florida CFO Jeff Atwater had a terrible, horrible bad six minutes. Here's what his office put out at...
  • CFO jumps the gun on ruling

     
    Reacting to early buzz that was wrong, Florida CFO Jeff Atwater praised the U.S. Supreme Court this morning for its ruling on the health care law. Read more about it here...
  • Pension-contribution fight taking shape before Supremes

     
    By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — With Republican legislative leaders and the Florida League of Cities already weighing in, Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet officers have asked the state Supreme Court to approve a plan...
  • Florida’s land conservation program crawls back from the dead

     
    TALLAHASSEE — It isn’t exactly a roaring recovery. But Florida’s once-heralded land conservation program is creeping back from the dead. Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet signed off on a list of 21 conservation projects Tuesday...