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Issues and Voices that Matter February 9, 2012

Jason Brodeur: Legislative Update

Brodeur UpdateRepresentative Jason Brodeur shares his perspective on the issues facing the Florida Legislature as the 2012 session winds down. He comments on funding schools, the budget crisis in Seminole County public schools, the proposed Internet Sale tax, eliminating red-light cameras and changes in homestead exemptions Length: 17:08.


(Produced, reported and edited by Desta Horner)

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Republican Jason Brodeur was elected to the House of Representatives in 2010. He serves District 33 covering parts of Seminole and Orange counties. He is vice chair of the business and consumer affairs subcommittee and sits on the Health and Human Services and the Transportation and Economic development committees. Representative Brodeur also sits on the Congressional Redistricting committee that will draw the new boundaries for the Florida congressional seats created by the 2010 census.

The interview with Representative Brodeur was conducted by telephone from his office in Tallahassee. The regular 60 day session of the 2012 legislature is scheduled to end on March 9. You can contact Rep. Brodeur at his office in Tallahassee at 850-488-0468 or at the district 33 office in Sanford at 407-302-4800 or by e-mail at Jason.brodeur@myfloridahouse.gov.

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Jason T. Brodeur, state representative – district #33/Republican, Florida House of Representatives (photo - CMF Public Media)
Jason T. Brodeur
State representative – district #33/Republican, Florida House of Representatives

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Jason T. Brodeur, state representative – district #33/Republican, Florida House of Representatives (photo - Charles E. Miller for CMF)
Jason T. Brodeur, state representative – district #33/Republican, Florida House of Representatives with Desta Horner
Length – 27:50
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One Response to “Jason Brodeur: Legislative Update”

  1. Mildred Zilka says:

    I was talking to a lady on the phone and she was telling me that the Legislature enacted a bill making it illegal for AOL to charge their custmers for e-mail. Can you tell me more about this action?

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