• The CEO of Enterprise Florida resigned on the same day the House Rules Committee voted to eliminate EFI.
  • A judge heard testimony in the lawsuit filed by the House Speaker against the Florida Lottery, claiming the Lottery exceeded its authority by entering a long-term contract.
  • A review of bills in the upcoming session aimed at making changes for the Florida Supreme Court.

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