Legislative and Governmental Affairs Update - May 2022
The 2022 Regular Session is finished, but that has not stopped Governor DeSantis from calling legislators back to Tallahassee for a Special Session to pass... Login or join FABA to continue reading.
Legislative and Governmental Affairs Update - January 2022
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Legislative and Governmental Affairs Update – May 2021
The 2021 Legislature has finished its business for Session. With 3,140 bills filed, and only 275 bills passed, the legislative session was one for the history books both in terms of the policies addressed and the budgetary challenges met. Unlike the Legislative Session of 2020 that finished before the pandemic impacted Florida, the 2021 Session was pandemic-focused with COVID protocols, legislation, and budget issues, all directed toward making changes that would speed economic recovery and prepare Florida for future states of emergency.
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FABA Works With Industry Leaders to Prioritize Vaccinations for Aviation Workers
In a coalition with Florida Airports Council (FAC), Airlines for America, and National Air Transportation Association (NATA), FABA supported a letter to Governor DeSantis imploring vaccine prioritization for aviation workers. To support this, the letter also advocates that while aviation workers are essential to a variety of critical operations, the aviation industry can also facilitate with vaccine distribution.
To read the letter in its entirety, you can download it below.