At this point, no Citizens Property Insurance Corp. bill would be better for South Florida than the bill the state Senate is pushing. But the Legislature still has a chance to pass a helpful bill that doesn’t hold South Florida responsible for the state’s property insurance crisis.
That chance rests with the Senate, which can accept the helpful House bill. Indeed, the House on Tuesday by a vote of 111-6 replaced the Senate version (Senate Bill 1770) with its version (House Bill 909,) in essence telling the Senate to take it or leave it. With only three days left in the session, the Senate should take it.
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