September 24, 2020
Florida Business News

Florida protest laws could be harshest in nation under new proposal

The sweeping policy changes would make felonies out of participating in protests that result in property damage or blocking roads, and anyone who organizes or donates money to protesters would risk liability under the state’s racketeering laws.

Hedge funds head for Florida with taxes on rich rising elsewhere

Hedge funds are planning to expand their presence in Florida, adding to a migratory trend as wealthy residents of northern states face the threat of higher taxes.

Florida is about to mail out 5 million ballots, testing Biden and Trump’s strategies

Starting Thursday, and continuing for seven days, more than 4.7 million domestic mail ballots will go out to Florida voters, marking the unofficial start of the state’s marathon 40-day election.

Early reports show Florida businesses suffered over $4 million in damages from Sally

Early reports to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity from more than 85 businesses show more than $4.4 million in damage.

Florida’s housing market makes up ground in august

Florida’s housing market reported more closed sales, more new pending sales, higher median prices and more new listings in August compared to a year ago despite the ongoing pandemic.

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