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Senate (not Siplin) wants PSC reform

By a 39-1 vote, the Florida Senate approved a bill that would ban senior staff and and voting members of the Public Service Commission from leaving the agency and going to work for a utility company for four years. The bill also cracks down on communications between commissioners, staffers and utilities seeking rate increases.

Only Orlando Sen. Gary Siplin, a Democrat, voted against the measure, which passed the chamber with no debate. Siplin didn't explain his vote. Sen. Mike Fasano, a New Port Richey said the reforms were long overdue. More here

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