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Consumer protection laws are vital to ensure economic fairness and transparency in the Florida marketplace. In 2023, we had a fairly comprehensive pair of consumer protection bills filed (HB 1185 & SB 1398) that will enhance consumer rights and provide stronger safeguards.
The Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC, has for years operated as a bipartisan success story in election administration. But since early 2022, the far right has targeted ERIC, fracturing a partnership that had 32 member states at its height. Eight states where Republicans oversee voting have so far pulled out.
He may not flaunt his support for solar energy, but Governor DeSantis has promoted a free market that gave solar the chance to succeed – as the most efficient, reliable, and affordable option.
Job opportunities abound in Florida’s Electric Vehicle industry, from scientists conducting research to manufacturing workers who build vehicles, to those building out electric charging infrastructure.
Deloitte’s forecast suggests natural gas prices, which experienced huge swings in 2022, will continue on the same volatile path this year.
Polk County will see one of Florida’s first floating solar installations as Duke Energy installs an experimental floating solar farm on one of its cooling ponds
FPL Parent Company NextEra Slammed With Class Action Lawsuit Over Florida Election Fraud Allegations
FPL is in the news again — this time, their parent company NextEra Energy, has been slammed with a class-action lawsuit over FPL’s alleged involvement with election fraud schemes.
Costs are getting out of control for too many Florida families, and wages are not keeping pace. For many, this is now “the Florida Squeeze.” Did Florida’s legislature do anything this session to Make Florida Affordable Again? Take a look:
Moody’s Investors Service issued what they call a “comment” on the impact of a state-appointed board for GRU. The firm expressed concern the change would lead to “potentially cutting financial transfers to the city and hurting its credit quality.”
Florida lawmakers just passed a bill allowing the use of a radioactive byproduct of the fertilizer industry -phosphogypsum- to be used in road construction.
Citizens Property Insurance, the state-backed property insurer of last resort for Florida residents, announced that it would be hiking insurance rates. Here’s what you need to know about the latest property insurance increases.
The denial of the zoning exception for Santa’s proposed commercial dog breeding facility is a victory, but the battle against puppy mills and animal cruelty is far from over.