Citizens property insurance is in the process of making some unprecedented changes.
It is aggressively trying to reduce its exposure to risk. The state-backed insurer wants to cut in half the number of policies it has to about 750-thousand.
Miami Herald Political reporter Toluse Olorunnipa has been following the story. He says what's different this time around is that in the past state lawmakers have handled most of the major changes to Citizens.
There are four contested circuit judge seats on the ballot on August 14. All voters in the five-county judicial circuit can vote for each race, no matter where the judge is located. The races are non-partisan. The Naples Daily News explains: