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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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  • Photos, Video: Scott, Atwater talk car insurance reform in Orlando

     
    Governor Rick Scott was joined by Florida CFO Jeff Atwater in a Q & A with invited guests to discuss rising auto insurance rates and reform of Florida’s no-fault laws, in Orlando, Thursday. The roundtable discussion was held at the Orlando Police...
  • Meet the new PIP reform, same as the old PIP reform

     
    Personal Injury Protection (PIP), the compulsory auto coverage that pays up for $10,000 for medical bills and lost wages, is kind of like hurricanes: lots of people worry about real and potential damages — in this case, fraud — but no one...
  • Today in Tallahassee: Gambling & PIP top the day

     
    TALLAHASSEE — It's a busy day in the capital city, so here are some highlights. * Gambling is the topic of the day, with the Senate Regulated Industries taking its first look at SB 710, which would bring destination resorts to Florida and create a...
  • Wednesday Morning Reads: Fertilizer, gambling and William Dillon

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and welcome to this edition of your morning reads. The capitol will be buzzing at an almost frenetic pace today with the first gambling workshop and a committee meeting on PIP bills. Plus, the Senate Rules Committee will...
  • Atwater releases legislative wish list

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Just in time for the upcoming holiday season, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater has released his legislative wish list. Here are some of his top priorities: * Atwater plans to seek authority to review and approve or reject state...
  • Special interests collide in PIP overhaul

     
    By Aaron Deslatte TALLAHASSEE– We couldn't set the holiday table for an early Florida legislative session without a heaping helping of interest-group squabbling. And one of the most cash-fueled battles to christen the New Year will be over your auto...
  • Gators beware! Noles taking over RPOF communications

     
    The Republican Party of Florida — in anticipation of the 2012 election season — is beefing up its communications office, promoting one staffer and adding another. Both are proud graduates of Florida State University. Kristen McDonald, who...
  • IG report on Bondi firings: No evidence of wrongdoing

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A long awaited report on the firings of two foreclosure fraud attorneys from Attorney General Pam Bondi's office concluded that no one within the office acted improperly in dismissing Theresa Edwards and June Clarkson last spring. &#...
  • House PIP proposal would limit coverage to emergency treatment

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A draft of the House's┬áPIP reform┬ábill would make major changes to the no-fault auto insurance law by requiring policies to cover only emergency care and services rendered within three days of an auto accident. The 101-page House draft...
  • AG Pam Bondi’s office ousted 2 most successful fraud investigators. Investigation says everything was A-OK.

     
    By now, many of you are probably familiar with the story that gained national attention when Attorney General Pam Bondi's office ousted its two most successful foreclosure-fraud investigators after some of the monied interests being investigated started...
  • Special interest squabbling creates obstacle for PIP reforms

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Year in and year out, top Florida policymakers argue that they need to reform the state's required no-fault auto insurance, a system they say is riddled with fraud. Yet, year after year, attempts to fix that problem go nowhere. The...