In neighboring news:

Florida Senator Jeff Brandes filed a bill that aims to strengthen the state’s ability to fight insurance fraud by requiring insurers to develop anti-fraud strategy plans. The bill, SB 1012, creates an new obligation for insurers in the state to submit anti-fraud plans to the Florida Division of Investigative and Forensic Services and would require anti-fraud training for employees involved with fraud prevention. The bill also requires an annual report on fraud trends to be submitted to the Florida CFO, who could then assign or re-assign special prosecutors around the state based on crime trends.

Read more via Florida Politics here.

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