Capitol Update is a weekly review of state government.  This week’s special edition of Capitol Update highlights bills that took effect this week, including:

  • The state budget, including changes in education, environmental and economic development funding.
  • Several education bills, including HB 7069, a legislative “train” that includes provisions from more than a dozen other education bills.
  • Spending on the Keystone Heights project to save a chain of dying lakes in Clay County.

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