Florida Lawmakers Advancing Bills to Reform Last-Resort Insurer
The R Street Institute, a libertarian think tank, says the Citizens reform bill “will not stop the bleeding, but it is a good start in slowing it down.”
The Senate will now consider the House’s amendments. They could bounce the bill back to the House again if changes are made. The Legislative Session ends May 3.
“The Senate would do well to concur quickly and send the bill to Gov. Scott’s desk,” adds R Street Florida Director Christina R. Camara.