The 2018 Legislative session ended March 11, following a brief extension to finish up the budget. In total, 3,250 bills were filed and 200 passed this session. In addition to several education reforms, lawmakers’ priorities included the opioid epidemic, transportation, the environment, tax cuts, economic growth and hurricane preparedness among others.
This 2018 session recap provides an overview of the notable legislation that stands to impact Florida college students.
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