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Florida State Senator to Withdraw Automotive Glass Language from Bill 7005

Florida State Senator Jeremy Ring (D) plans to withdraw his proposed changes to HB 7005, which would have outlined “unlawful acts and practices” for automotive glass companies, according to Joel Ramos, a legislative assistant in the state senator’s Tallahassee office. Continue reading

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Proposed Florida Bill Outlines “Unlawful Acts and Practices” for Automotive Glass Companies

A bill being considered by the Florida State Senate—Florida HB 7005—outlines “unlawful acts and practices” for automotive glass companies, including “intimidating, coercing or threatening a consumer into selecting a particular motor vehicle glass repair facility,” failing to make the vehicle available for inspector prior to repair by insurer and more. Originally the bill only potentially impacted auto body shops, but Florida State Senator Jeremy Ring amended it on April 29 to add automotive glass companies to the language. Continue reading

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