TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — On a thin line of opposition, the Florida “Live Local” bill cleared a final legislative step, now on its way to the governor to sign.
The bill was introduced in the Senate by state Sen. Alexis Calatayud (R-Miami). It passed the chamber unanimously on March 9. In the House, it went through committees quickly before a final vote Friday.
Florida lawmakers propose making travel logs for officials exempt from record requests It was almost unanimous approval, with just six representatives opposing it, citing concerns over cost and the rent control preemption. As prevously covered, the
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