One of the big talking points among opponents of Florida's highly controversial commercial interior design law -- yes, really -- is that the state's license requirement is so restrictive only two other U.S. states share it.
PolitiFact Florida first heard the claim in January from a legislative affairs director representing the National Federation of Independent Business, which is against regulation of this industry, during a House subcommittee meeting. The battle intensified this week at another House committee meeting in which lawmakers considered reducing regulation of more than 30 professions, including interior design.
Is Florida really a member of an exclusive license-only club? We check it out here.