Capitol Update is a weekly review of state government.  Topics this week include:

  • Florida executed Mark Asay, who killed two men in Jacksonville in 1987 – the first execution in Florida in 18 months.
  • Team coverage of developments affecting Florida’s economy, including meetings with state leaders, business executives and others.
  • State agencies advise Floridians to review all their insurance coverage, including flood insurance options, near the halfway point in the hurricane season.

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2017 HB 7069 Education 2018 Legislative Session Aaron Bean AIF - Associated Industries of Florida Alexandra Miller Anitere Flores Ann Murray assignment of benefits (AOB) Barbara Myrick Barry Gilway Bill Sublette campaign finance charter schools Christine Moore Citizens Property Insurance Corporation confederate monuments CRC - Constitution Revision Commission Dan Raulerson Danny Burgess Jr. death penalty/capital punishment DFS - Department of Financial Services economic development education funding education k-12 Enterprise Florida Eric Eisnaugle financial aid/student loans flood insurance floods/flooding Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Florida Constitution Frank White Greg Evers higher education/post-secondary education Hurricane Andrew hurricanes/tropical storms Ingrid Delgado Jimmy Patronis Joe Hice Jose Felix Diaz Kathleen Gordon Kay Johnson Linda Kobert Mary McLeod Bethune Mike Grissom National Statuary Hall OIR – Office of Insurance Regulation Pensacola Pete Antonacci rate hike/rate increase Richard Corcoran Rick Scott Rob Bradley solar eclipse Somnath Chatterjee storm/hurricane preparedness Tasha Carter Tom Lee Workers' Compensation