Other bills to go before legislators today include a bill that would allow local governments to reduce property insurance rates for sinkhole mitigation.
And a House panel has given the green light to a bill that would set requirements for using automatic cameras to fine drivers that run red lights. The measure would set civil fines at $150.
Finally, bills creating the two surfing plates and other specialty tags
for the St. Johns River, catch-and-release fishing and a Marion
County horse park cleared a House committee Wednesday. One of the surfing tags would be dubbed ``Let's Go Surfing'' and raise money for the East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame and Museum through a $25 annual fee. The other would be called ``Endless Summer.'' Its $25 fee would go to the Surfing Evolution & Preservation Corp. to foster interest in the sport.
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