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PHOTOS…JUNE 18, 2009

Jun 22nd, 2009 | 0

 

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REP. BRAD DRAKE has completed his first session in the Florida Legislature, which ended the second week in May, slightly past the normal time of adjournment. “It took a little bit of extra time, we wanted to make sure we did it right,” said Drake, who recently took time to speak with the Herald on his freshman year in Tallahassee. The ghost of legislation past returned to the session in the form of property insurance reform. Drake’s predecessor, Rep. Don Brown, was one of two lawmakers who objected to the reforms enacted in the property insurance reform bill. Drake commented that Brown’s arguments that the reform would not work, are now being adopted and made by “an overwhelming majority of the legislators,” that “we need to go back an undo” what was done. “Baby-steps” reform is in progress, “but it’s a small step.”

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