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Senate cancels December meetings, no special session

Senate President Ken Pruitt today cancelled the December meetings previously scheduled for Dec. 4-8 and announced that the special session expected to address Florida's insurance crisis will not occur until January.

Pruitt said he will make committee assignments in mid-December, the same time House Speaker Marco Rubio plans to make his.  Rubio today announced his committee chairmanships.

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