A bill to let the state make sure summer camp workers have undergone background screenings may be doomed by the registry’s $3 million price.
Rep. Mark Pafford, D-West Palm Beach, can’t get a hearing in the House because Healthy Families Committee Chairwoman Gayle Harrell says it costs too much.
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