New law accommodates service members in communities (FL)

One bill that did pass and became effective July 1 was Senate Bill 184 adopting a new Section 83.683, Florida Statute. This bill to accommodate service members which include “any person serving as a member of the United States Armed Forces on active duty or state active duty and all members of the Florida National Guard and the United States Reserve Forces.”     Read the article……………


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