Sixty Days — A prime-time look at the 2022 Legislative Session:
The Last 24
Lawmakers kicked off the first meetings of the 2022-24 term on Monday, diving into a Special Session on property insurance, hurricane relief and toll relief. Senate committees prepared their legislation for floor votes, expected Tuesday. Meanwhile, the House gave themselves a light official workload, meeting only to formalize the Special Session and to reject Democrats’ proposal for property insurance reforms. Here’s your nightly rundown.
Insurance bailout: Two Senate committees advanced the property insurance bill, setting up the tort reform, new reinsurance program and Citizens rate hikes for
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