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Accident charge repealed

By Jim Clark

There's been a lot of talk the past few years about cities and counties charging accident victims for the response of emergency personnel to their mishaps.

Williston went round and round about it some time ago, and Chiefland implemented it.

Ocala and Belleview in Marion County have done it.

But it won't happen any more ... not in Florida.

The Legislature passed, and the governor signed, Senate Bill 2282, which took effect July 1.

Part 1 of each section, one dealing with counties and the other with cities, reads:


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