House bill that could delay Brightline gets pulled out of subcommittee



A proposed Florida House bill that would give local governments and the state additional authority to regulate the Brightline high-speed rail project was pulled from the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee’s meeting on March 28, according to The Orlando Business Journal.

“The fact that the bill was pulled from the committee agenda today means the overwhelming input from groups such as the Florida Chamber and Florida TaxWatch, elected officials from key cities and newspaper editorial boards is making an impact,” said Rusty Roberts, vice president of government affairs for Brightline, in a prepared statement. 

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