2013 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature - Prepared by Metz, Husband & Daughton, P.A. - March 8, 2013 - As the actual effects of the reduction in federal spending resulting from the “sequester” begin to be sorted out here in Florida, the 2013 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature convened in Tallahassee on March 5. With one week down and eight to go in this annual 60-day lawmaking sprint, the 2013 Florida Legislature will face difficult challenges ahead, including a decision on the state’s expansion of Medicaid eligibility under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 14:41

Better Than Reimbursing Drivers

For those who wonder how much better it could be to provide company vehicles rather than reimburse drivers who use their own vehicles, it’s easy to count the ways.

NEW BP Business Solutions Available to Associated General Contractors of America members. Your Company can receive up to 6 cents on every gallon. That's 1.5 cents more per gallon than non-associated members!

The South Florida AGC, in conjunction with Rebuilding Together Miami Dade will again this year help restore elderly housing for our citizens on fixed incomes and no means to maintain their homes. This is the mission of Rebuilding Together, which will restore several thousand homes nationwide on event day.

WAGES

Bill to block local ‘living wage’ ordinance gets push in House

By Mary Ellen Klas

 Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau

TALLAHASSEE -- Miami-Dade and Broward counties would have their decades-old living wage ordinances repealed and local governments would be banned from enacting similar employment benefits under a bill passed Wednesday by a House committee.

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