2019 HB 741 Anti-Semitism 2019 Hurricane Season Albert Kishek algae/algae blooms Alon Tal Anthony Damms anti-Semitism Ashley Moody BDS - Boycott Divestment Sanctions Ben Wilcox Bruce Scanes child abuse/child abuse prevention cyber-security DOE - Department of Education Enterprise Florida First Amendment Foundation generators/generator safety hemp/cannabis Hepatitis A Holly Bell Hurricane Michael Iddo Moed Israel Jamal Sowell Jared Evan Moskowitz Joshua Paravicini Lauren Book lobbying/lobbyists Marion Hammer Mark Bowen Mary Beth Jackson medical marijuana/cannabis Moshe Harel Nicholas Primrose Nikki Fried NRA - National Rifle Association Okaloosa County Schools Perry Thurston Jr. Randy Fine Randy Kosec recycling Ron Burton Ron DeSantis sales tax holiday school marshals/school guardians school safety/school security Senate Special Master storm/hurricane preparedness Stuart Gray Sunshine Laws teachers terrorism US Military/Veterans vaccines/immunizations water policy/water management Yona Chen
Capitol Update is a weekly review of state government. Topics this week include:
- Hurricane season begins with a sales tax holiday for supplies, but no disaster relief package from Congress for Hurricane Michael recovery.
- Governor Ron DeSantis and other state leaders headed a delegation of Floridians on an economic development visit to Israel.
- A Special Master appointed by the Senate heard testimony from former Okaloosa School Superintendent Mary Beth Jackson who’s trying to get her job back after the Governor removed her from office.