JMI’s Vice President, Sal Nuzzo, joins Drew Steele on Drew Steele Radio to discuss the effects Amendment 2 would have on Florida’s economy, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
JMI's Vice President, Sal Nuzzo, joins Brian Mudd on the Brian Mudd Show to discuss the effects Amendment 2 would have on Florida's economy, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
By: Sal Nuzzo September 10, 2020 After negotiations stalled before Congress packed up for its August recess, Washington is now ready to resume discussing the terms for the nation’s next coronavirus relief package. With unemployment in Florida recently rising to 11.3-percent and small businesses around the state feeling the stress, it [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 7, 2020 CONTACT: Logan Elizabeth Padgett Lpadgett@jamesmadison.org 850-386-3131 JMI Releases New Report Examining Gas Taxes in Florida Florida’s road network depends heavily on per-gallon taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel. Unfortunately, this funding system is threatened with a long-term decline in revenue. The reason is that [...]
“The Road Ahead: Why Florida Should Shift from Per-Gallon Gas Taxes to Per-Mile Charges- and How to Do It”
CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL PDF By Robert Poole Introduction Florida’s road network depends heavily on per-gallon taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel. The gas tax was invented in Oregon in 1919, and within a decade it was adopted by all of the then-48 states. Nearly all states dedicated [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Logan Elizabeth Padgett Lpadgett@jamesmadison.org 850-386-3131 Statement by Sal Nuzzo on Governor DeSantis signing major occupational licensing reform bill: With the signing of major occupational licensing reform legislation, Governor Ron DeSantis takes a bold step to advance the prosperity of Floridians seeking to start a career, advance [...]
By Anastasia Boden and Sal Nuzzo As Florida re-opens the economy, no one knows quite what to expect. But one thing that’s clear is that medical providers must be ready to respond to whatever comes — and quickly. Unfortunately, the state’s certificate of need laws stand in the way. Just [...]