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Florida Realtors back AOB reform legislation as House bill appears headed for floor debate

By Karen Kidd | Apr 8, 2019

While abuse of the state's “assignment of benefits” or AOB legal provisions is increasing at an alarming rate, 2019 might be the year when Florida legislators make headway toward reform, Orlando-based realtor's advocacy group spokesman said during a recent interview.

Proposed new Florida law seeks to stop government agencies from suing people for making records requests

By Gabriel Neves | Mar 20, 2019

Government watchdogs and proponents of open access to government documents are applauding a recent move by the Florida House of Representatives to advance new legislation intended to block government agencies from suing people who are attempting to access public records.

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Businessman sues Fla. House of Representatives to block subpoena over Visit Florida investigation

By Dee Thompson | Jan 29, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Legal Newsline) – Businessman Pat Roberts has sued the Florida House of Representatives and House Speaker Richard Corcoran after being served with a subpoena for documents that he says are not relevant to the investigation for which he is the subject.

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