Fla. Lawmakers Face ACA, Insurance Crisis In New Session

Law360, Miami (March 4, 2013, 10:12 PM EST) -- When it convenes for the 2013 session on Tuesday, the Florida Legislature won't be tackling a budget deficit for the first time in three years, but it will face challenges in implementing the federal health care legislation, tackling the property insurance crisis and luring investors into the state.

With a modest $430 million budget surplus projected for the upcoming year, legislators will be able to breathe a little easier and devote more time to attending to some pressing issues, including health care and how to provide...
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