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January 18, 2019
Florida Business News

New justices could refuel Florida workers’ comp fight

The appointment of two new Florida Supreme Court justices has galvanized the business community’s interest in tackling attorney fees in the workers’ compensation insurance system.

Go behind the scenes of Florida's financial regulators

The Florida Office of Financial Regulation, which turned 15 years old last year, maintains a treasure trove of business data — and regulatory authority.

Workforce availability, traffic and environmental concerns

Perspectives from key people in various industries, issues important to Florida’s major metro areas and a roundup of business news from around the state.

Indian River County again sues Virgin Trains USA

Indian River County argues it should not be required to pay for crossing improvements that Virgin Trains — formerly Brightline — needs in order to run 32 higher-speed passenger trains daily.

Florida could soon allow digital driver's licenses

A new proposal would allow drivers to present an electronic version of their license on their phones in case they forget their wallets at home and don’t have physical proof.

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