Tag: Jason Brodeur

Scott PowersDecember 14, 2017
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4min6
Republican state Rep. Jason Brodeur continues to rake in campaign finance money for his 2020 bid for the Florida Senate, raising $19,229 for his official campaign and another $35,000 for his independent political committee in November. Brodeur, of Sanford, leads all Central Florida state Senate candidates even though the election he’s shooting for is three […]

Scott PowersDecember 5, 2017
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2min3
State Rep. Jason Brodeur wants life insurance companies to keep their hands off customers DNA. Broder, a Sanford Republican, filed House Bill 855 Monday forbidding insurance companies from using genetic testing to assess risks for life insurance, for disability insurance, and long-term care insurance. There’s already a federal law keeping that information private, but Brodeur […]

Scott PowersNovember 30, 2017
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1min7
Republican Christopher Anderson has withdrawn his candidacy for Florida House District 28. Anderson’s withdrawal, recorded Wednesday by the Florida Secretary of State, clears the Republican field for front-runner David Smith of Winter Springs for a showdown with Democrat Lee Mangold for a seat being vacated by Republican state Rep. Jason Brodeur. The district covers northeast […]

Scott PowersNovember 28, 2017
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Democratic House of Representatives candidate Lee Mangold has picked up the endorsement of a sitting House member in his 2018 quest for House District 28. Mangold, who owns a cyber security business, was endorsed Monday by state Rep. John Cortes, a Democrat from Kissimmee, Mangold’s campaign announced. “I am proud to endorse Lee for State […]

Scott PowersNovember 15, 2017
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Calling child protective investigators “absolute heroes” who are overworked and under-appreciated, the head of Florida’s Department of Children and Families (DCF) pitched a House of Representatives committee for money to hire more. DCF Secretary Mike Carroll told the House Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee Wednesday that his department struggles to keep enough investigators on staff because their […]

Mitch PerryNovember 8, 2017
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Despite lingering questions, mostly about liability, a House panel on Wednesday unanimously cleared a proposal that would encourage autonomous vehicles in Florida. The legislation (HB 353), sponsored by Sanford Republican Jason Brodeur and Jacksonville Republican Jason Fischer, aims to update sections of Florida’s motor vehicle laws that “require or presume” there’s a human behind the wheel. Fischer told […]

Scott PowersOctober 16, 2017
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State Rep. Bob Cortes went to Puerto Rico Monday to oversee a disaster relief effort arranged by Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran and coordinated by him and other members of the Seminole County Legislative Caucus. Cortes, a Republican from Altamonte Springs, is overseeing delivery of about four tons of supplies headed for the hard-hit eastern part […]


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