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Florida Chamber of Commerce and Business Groups File Suit Against Plan to Raise Minimum Wage

| December 15, 2016

The chamber of commerce joined a retail and a restaurant association to fight a groundbreaking living wage plan adopted in Miami Beach, which could serve as a model for other local governments.

Pressure Building on Scott to Sign–Or Veto–Bill Forbidding Local Sick-Leave Standards

| June 9, 2013

Florida’s business lobby supports a bill that would forbid local governments from letting voters decide whether to require more generous sick-leave policies from employers than state or federal law requires.

Senate Passes Bill Forbidding Local Measures That Would Ensure Sick Leave for Workers

| April 26, 2013

A Florida House bill supported by the Florida Chamber of Commerce, Disney and other industry and corporate groups would forbid local governments from passing living wage ordinances or require employers contracting with government to provide paid sick leave. A Senate amendment would leave those decisions to local governments.

Florida Chamber, Countering GOP Allies, Opposing Ban on Cuba-Syria Contracting

| October 25, 2012

The Florida Chamber of Commerce is asking a federal appeals court to continue blocking a new law that would prevent state and local governments from contracting with firms that have business links to Cuba or Syria. A a Miami federal judge ruled in June that the law likely violates the U.S. Constitution.

Chamber of Commerce and Other Florida Business Groups Howl Over at Health Care Law

| June 29, 2012

Florida business groups had led the charge against the federal Affordable Care Act, calling it a mandate that will fall on the shoulders of businesses still struggling to recover and facing more competition from the Internet, nearby states and foreign suppliers.

Florida Teachers Union Sues the State
Over Merit Pay, Calling It Unconstitutional

| September 15, 2011

The Florida Education Association says tying the state’s merit pay provision to standardized tests is unlawful because it violates collective-bargaining rights embedded in the constitution.

Legislature’s Roadkill: Raiding Trust Funds

| April 20, 2010

The Florida Legislature has balanced the budget by taking money from the transportation trust fund. It’s a short-sighted solution with dire consequences, argues Mark Wilson, president of the Florida Chamber of Commerce.

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