The Bill That Could Bring Destination Resorts to Broward "Dead for This Year"
"Hey, you take your giant casino drawings and you GET OUT OF TOWN, MISTER."
The Florida House bill that would grant three licenses to developers looking to build South Florida resorts has been killed, at least for the time being. The House Business and Consumer Affairs committee postponed a vote rather than voting it down, which theoretically keeps the bill alive but makes it extremely unlikely it will go anywhere this legislative session.
is still dead.
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