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Let The Sun Go Down On PIP Insurance

Personal injury protection insurance has operated under a no-fault system in Florida since the 1970s. It has come under increased scrutiny and criticism of its high premiums, rising costs and widespread fraud as trial lawyers and health care providers take advantage of the failing system. The Legislature attempted reforms in 2003 and, thankfully, included a provision to sunset the no-fault system in 2007. Now all we need to do is let those provisions kick in.

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Let The Sun Go Down On PIP Insurance

BY John Hallman

Personal injury protection insurance has operated under a no-fault system in Florida since the 1970s. It has come under increased scrutiny and criticism of its high premiums, rising costs and widespread fraud as trial lawyers and health care providers take advantage of the failing system. The Legislature attempted reforms in 2003 and, thankfully, included a provision to sunset the no-fault system in 2007. Now all we need to do is let those provisions kick in.

05/04/2006
Education Panel Seeks Property Tax Increase

 HOUSE SPEAKER CALLS IDEA A NO GO TALLAHASSEE - Senators are looking at rolling back property tax cuts made three years ago in an attempt to find money for cash-strapped schools.

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Education Panel Seeks Property Tax Increase

BY MIKE SALINERO

 HOUSE SPEAKER CALLS IDEA A NO GO TALLAHASSEE - Senators are looking at rolling back property tax cuts made three years ago in an attempt to find money for cash-strapped schools.

02/14/2002
Voucher plan changes: Is it politics or progress?;

TAMPA - Florida's voucher program remains alive but is facing changes after school grades improve. America's only statewide school voucher program, once either feared or hoped to encompass hundreds of schools, is changing fast. Because Florida's annual report card flunked no schools this year, Gov. Jeb Bush's voucher program remains stalled at 51 students from two Escambia County schools who are using public money to pay private school tuition.

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Voucher plan changes: Is it politics or progress?;

BY MARILYN BROWN

TAMPA - Florida's voucher program remains alive but is facing changes after school grades improve. America's only statewide school voucher program, once either feared or hoped to encompass hundreds of schools, is changing fast. Because Florida's annual report card flunked no schools this year, Gov. Jeb Bush's voucher program remains stalled at 51 students from two Escambia County schools who are using public money to pay private school tuition.

05/31/2001
Letters

More about Ashcroft The Senate hearings on the confirmation of John Ashcroft are not following the Sixth Amendment of the Constitution. This amendment states that a man's religion should not be considered in the election or appointment of any federal office. Yet these same senators on this panel swore to uphold the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution is not a "living" document susceptible to change, but a contract protecting, not granting, our rights.

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Letters

More about Ashcroft The Senate hearings on the confirmation of John Ashcroft are not following the Sixth Amendment of the Constitution. This amendment states that a man's religion should not be considered in the election or appointment of any federal office. Yet these same senators on this panel swore to uphold the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution is not a "living" document susceptible to change, but a contract protecting, not granting, our rights.

04/01/2001