One of the bills Florida Governor DeSantis vetoed was a civic education bill after a national review. DeSantis was expected to pass the bill but instead told Newsweek, “The proposed bill seeks to further so-called ‘action civics’ but does so in a way that risks promoting the preferred orthodoxy of two particular institutions.” The governor also pushed back on a bill that would have required every motor vehicle owner and registrant of a motor vehicle in Florida to have personal injury protection coverage to drive.
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