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Significant growth management revisions passed through the budget process

USA - May 13 2011 As part of the budget package, the House and Senate agreed to a significant revision of the state's growth management laws....

Robert H. Hosay, Jonathan P. Kilman, Thomas J. Maida, G. Donovan Brown, Paul W. Lowell.


Department of Economic Opportunity created out of a merger of state agencies

USA - May 13 2011 Created out of a merger of the Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development (OTTED), portions of the Department of Community Affairs (DCA), and portions of the Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI), the Department of Economic Opportunity will be in place by October 1, 2011....

Robert H. Hosay, Jonathan P. Kilman, Thomas J. Maida, G. Donovan Brown, Paul W. Lowell.


Legislature approves $69 billion budget, filling a nearly $4 billion deficit

USA - May 13 2011 The Legislature approved a $69.7 billion budget for fiscal year 2011 2012, closing a nearly $4 billion budget deficit by reducing a number of areas that included education, health care, and state employee benefits....

Robert H. Hosay, Jonathan P. Kilman, Thomas J. Maida, G. Donovan Brown, Paul W. Lowell.


2011 legislative session ends late, mired in controversy

USA - May 13 2011 The 2011 legislative session came to a close at 3:35 a.m. Saturday after a long night of political maneuvering by House and Senate leaders....

Robert H. Hosay, Jonathan P. Kilman, Thomas J. Maida, G. Donovan Brown, Paul W. Lowell.


Medicaid overhaul passed by the Legislature

USA - May 13 2011 Heralding the most significant change in Florida's Medicaid program in at least 15 years, the Legislature passed H.B. 7107 and H.B. 7109....

Robert H. Hosay, Jonathan P. Kilman, Thomas J. Maida, G. Donovan Brown, Paul W. Lowell.