Gas Prices Across Sunshine State Lower as 5.4 Million Floridians Prepare to Hit the...

Gas prices in the Sunshine State dropped last week as 5.4 million Floridians prepare to hit the roads for the holidays, a new report...
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Floridians Now Have 32 New Specialty License Plates to Choose From

“The bill not only brings meaningful reform to specialty license plates, it will raise millions of dollars for various charities all over Florida,” said Bean. “The signing of the bill is the prized reward of multiple legislative sessions of hard work and careful agreements that finally culminated in unanimous ‘yes’ votes on both the Florida Senate and House floors.

Katie Morris: A Veto of SB 54 Will Protect Consumers

The ideas behind the development of legislation reforming or reorganizing Florida’s automobile insurance are well intended, but the net effect of repealing the state’s no-fault auto insurance system will likely increase litigation in our already clogged court system. 
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State Representative Opens the Door to Abolishing Palm Bay

“We have to have a real, hard discussion about the future of Palm Bay,” he told Florida Daily. “I mean the ability to have home rule comes with responsibility, and if you can’t build a road, how can you run a city?”

Charlie Crist: Federal Government Sending More Funds to Pinellas County for Bus Rapid Transit...

Crist announced that the project will get another $720,000 from the federal government. These funds are in addition to almost $22 million that Crist announced at the end of May.

Just in Time for Thanksgiving, Gas Prices Hit a Nine-Month Low in Florida

AAA released a study on Monday showing the average gallon of gas cost $2.37 a gallon on Sunday, down three cents from the week before and below the national average of $2.60 a gallon.
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Ron DeSantis Announces $8.6 Million for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure in Florida

This investment is the latest step in the state’s efforts to provide accessible electric vehicle infrastructure while also protecting air quality and expanding the state’s charging stations by 50 percent along most traveled corridors.