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Florida Legislature Leadership Backs Proposal to Help Offer Liability Protection for Businesses During Pandemic

In the Florida House, state Rep. Lawrence McClure, R-Dover, filed a bill on Wednesday which will offer “general liability protection for Florida businesses, schools, nonprofits and religious institutions making a good-faith effort to follow established federal, state and local guidelines” and its “liability protections apply retroactively to any newly filed lawsuit.” 
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Chris Sprowls Reaches Across the Aisle to Name Matt Willhite to Alzheimer’s Disease Advisory...

The Alzheimer’s Disease Advisory Committee has 15 members and meets every quarter to help the state Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) “regarding legislative, programmatic and administrative matters relating to Alzheimer’s victims and their caregivers.”
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Chris Sprowls Names Jackie Toledo to the Statewide Council on Human Trafficking

There are almost 21 million victims of trafficking around the world, and Florida currently ranks third in the nation in the number of calls to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. 
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Thad Altman Stays on as Chairman of Florida Defense Support Task Force as Wyman...

According to the speaker’s office, the FDSTF “preserves, protects, and enhances Florida’s military missions and installations” and “works with Florida’s Base Commanders, helps improve transportation access to Florida’s military installations, and works to strengthen state support for military families and veterans, and more.”
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Wilton Simpson: ‘Floridians Want Results, Not Words’

New state Senate President Wilton Simpson offered his remarks, as prepared for delivery as he took over the chamber on Tuesday:
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John Morgan Looks Back at 2020 Elections, Looks Ahead to 2022 and Marijuana Legalization

Despite getting Amendment 2 over the finish line with more than 60 percent of the vote, Morgan, who also led the charge on amendments expanding medical marijuana, said this is his last effort to change the Florida Constitution at the ballot box. 
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Environmental Issues Could Hit Floridians Where it Hurts – in Their Wallets

This week, the Environmental Defense Fund released “Cost of Inaction” reports on several states, including Florida, detailing just how expensive these problems could become. 
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