• Budget conferences continue as the House Speaker and Senate President hope to publish a budget Friday.
  • Bills are now moving back and forth between the House and Senate, including a compromise school testing bill approved by the Senate and sent to the House.
  • A bill that would allow Floridians to executive, modify and revoke wills electronically was approved by the House.

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