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Rep. Toby Overdorf - News Update from Tallahassee

Good Afternoon, everyone. Session has begun! Week one was productive and work is well underway.
Session began Tuesday morning with our Opening Session with introductions by Speaker Renner, followed by a Joint Session with Senate President Passidomo and the Senate, where we received the State of the State Address from Governor DeSantis. It was great to have the Governor in the chambers, where he laid out the success we’ve shared over the last four years, and the success that will come. I am excited to work with Speaker Renner on behalf of the people of Florida and District 85. Speaker Renner was also kind enough to meet my Uncle Dave, which made his day.
The day ended with a wonderful State of the State Reception and Concert, as well as a Florida Federation of Young Republicans Reception.
On Wednesday, the day began early with Water Quality, Supply, and Treatment Subcommittee, where I introduced a bill to ratify Department of Environmental Protection rules on Septic Tanks created to enforce the Clean Waterways Act.
Afterwards, in Commerce Committee, we heard and voted in favor of HB3 Government and Corporate Activism, which I have co-sponsored.
Rep. Overdorf Chairing Judiciary Committee
That afternoon, I chaired Judiciary Committee as we heard Chair Gregory and Rep. Fabricio’s HB837 Civil Remedies and comments from many public stakeholders.
That evening saw many great receptions, from Commissioner Wilton Simpson’s Fresh from Florida Reception to the Associated Industries of Florida Reception and Associated Builders and Contractors’ Reception.
Belinda Keiser from Keiser University
On Thursday, we had Civil Justice Subcommittee in the morning. Afterward, we heard from Belinda Keiser and Keiser University regarding efforts to expand nursing programs to address Florida’s nursing shortage.
Rep. Overdorf and Thom Jones, St. Lucie Education Foundation President
Afterward, I met with Thom Jones of the St. Lucie Education Foundation President to discuss their Foundation Matching Programs.
Rep. Overdorf discussing HB331 at the Regulatory Reform and Economic Development Subcommittee
That afternoon, HB331 Liens and Bonds saw its second committee stop, Regulatory Reform and Economic Development Subcommittee, where it passed unanimously.
Florida CFO Insurance Consumer Advocate Tasha Carter
Today, I spoke with Florida CFO Insurance Consumer Advocate Tasha Carter regarding the progress that has been made on property insurance. We’ve done a lot to begin stabilizing the market, and it is a situation we continue to monitor and address.
I look forward to returning to Tallahassee next week and continuing our work with six committee meetings and two floor sessions. Thank you for entrusting me with the honor of serving you in our state’s Capitol.
Best regards,
Rep. Toby Overdorf
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