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Weekly Roundup: And They’re Off!

State lawmakers this week kicked off the 2020 legislative session with an action-packed schedule that featured speeches from Republican leaders, early tension over high-profile issues and a key Florida Supreme Court ruling.

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Environmentalists Debate Energy Market Changes

The initiative, Florida Changes to Energy Market Initiative, has divided environmentalists by proposing a deregulated, competitive market for electric power. If approved, it would allow all Florida residents to generate, use and sell their own electric power, creating more opportunities for solar power usage.

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D’Alemberte Remembered As ‘Definition Of A Statesman’

D’Alemberte, who died suddenly Monday at age 85, had a list of accomplishments --- including serving as president of the American Bar Association, president of Florida State University and dean of the school’s College of Law --- that were on par with a humanitarian legacy evidenced by the outpouring of affection and respect as news of his death spread.

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