Florida Business News
With most of the work on the fiscal year 2024-2025 budget taking place behind the scenes, differences remained on numerous issues such as an economic-development fund, law-enforcement recruitment bonuses and water projects.
A controversial proposal to loosen work restrictions for 16- and 17-year-olds is ready to go to the full Senate after changes drew at least some labor-union support.
In Florida, the average annual full-coverage rate is $2,917 or $243 a month at the end of 2023, 44% higher than the U.S. average and the third-highest in the nation, after New York and Nevada.
A federal judge Tuesday refused to step down from a case challenging a 2023 Florida elections law, rejecting arguments by the state that suggested he had a “closed mind.”
Many hospitals are shuttering their units because insurance companies and Medicaid aren't reimbursing hospitals enough to cover the cost of births.
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