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The Florida House held its second reading of SB 408 this afternoon, hours after Rep. John Wood, R-Winter Haven, filed a strike-all amendment and the bill was “temporarily postponed.”

Upon taking up the legislation, the representatives focused on a variety of specifics, including public adjuster reforms, actual cash value versus replacement cost value, sinkholes, time limits for claims, and rate filings. Speaker Dean Cannon, R-Winter Park, at one point noted, “We have been on the first amendment for an hour already, and there are 20 or so amendments.”

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