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post-session analysis

  • Florida’s annual legislative session wrapped up Monday with lawmakers approving a $112.1 billion budget. The session was largely dominated by contentious culture-war issues and legislators passed many of Governor Ron DeSantis’ priority bills. Other issues including Florida’s struggling property insurance market and the redrawing of the state’s Congressional district boundaries remain unresolved, and could signal a possible special session. We’ll get insight and analysis from a panel of Florida political science experts.
  • State lawmakers ended Florida’s 2021 annual legislative session, Friday, after passing a record $101.5 billion budget. Much of Governor Ron DeSantis’ priority measures did pass. We’ll get a closer analysis of what passed, what didn’t and what it all means for Floridians going forward are Florida Gulf Coast University Political Science professors Peter Bergerson, Ph.D., and Roger Green, Ph.D.
  • Florida lawmakers adjourned the state’s annual legislative session, Saturday, with an historic $91.1 billion budget for the coming fiscal year. Although…