Florida Senate subcommittee recommends increased spending on infrastructure, tourism, and economic development

The Florida House Infrastructure & Tourism Appropriations Subcommittee recommended a budget proposal that would allocate more than $15 billion for infrastructure and tourism. The proposal includes funding for transportation, hurricane recovery grants, and VISIT FLORIDA, the state’s tourism marketing agency. The plan also includes local funding initiatives for transportation and infrastructure projects and funding for employment opportunities in the state. The increased funding comes as Florida saw record-setting numbers of domestic and international visitors in 2022. As t

he Florida Senate prepares to vote on its Fiscal Year 2023-24 state budget proposal, the Infrastructure & Tourism Appropriations Subcommittee recommended allocating more

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