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New Video: Ron’s Housing State of Emergency 

TALLAHASSEE — Under Governor Ron DeSantis, Florida is the least affordable state in the nation when it comes to housing. The people of our state are taking notice, as recent polling commissioned by Progress Florida and Florida Watch found 74% of Floridians support “declaring a state of emergency for housing affordability to cap rent hikes at 10 percent per year.”

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The University of Florida Should Use Cleaner Power

It’s no wonder the University of Florida waited until summer last year, when most students were away from campus, to push through their plan to spend more than $200 million on a new power plant that would run on natural gas and produce massive amounts of – you guessed it – methane. 

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Ron’s Property Insurance Tax on Floridians

TALLAHASSEE — Under Governor Ron DeSantis, Florida’s property insurance market is a disaster. Right now, Floridians are paying triple the national average in costs for property insurance and premiums have increased 112.8% since DeSantis took office in 2019. When confronted with the reality of this crisis, Governor DeSantis called for a special session which resulted in a $2 billion bailout of the insurance industry, with no relief for homeowners.

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Floridians deserve a governor who puts people before profit. Floridians deserve a governor who fights for our basic needs, like a roof over our heads, not one who rewards the insurance industry with a $2 billion bailout. Floridians deserve better.