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State Sen. Janet Cruz (D-Tampa) has filed a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would extend the protection of the state’s hate crime statutes to reporters, William March reports for the Tampa Bay Times.
Why it matters: 400 attacks on journalists were reported nationwide in 2020, according to the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker.
Florida lawmakers unveiled a suite of bills at USF's St. Petersburg campus on Friday aimed at preparing the state for flooding caused by climate change-induced sea-level rise.
Why it matters: A study released by the First Street Foundation last week found that Florida accounts for the nation's heaviest concentration of expected economic loss due to residential flood risk, at nearly $8 billion.
This architectural gem has enviable resort-like views from almost every room. And if you've got an extra $7M, it could be yours.
Design: The home features elegant, clean lines and a lot of natural materials (exposed wood, stone), inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's signature style. The large windows also help create an indoor-outdoor feel throughout the house and a cohesiveness between the structure and setting.
Highlights: Chef's kitchen, stunning architectural details, home office, dreamy resort-like owner's suite, pool, boat dock, expansive patios.
Price reduction: The house has been on the market 100 days, according to Zillow. It was first listed in November at $7.75M.
Listed by: Nick Janovsky at Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.
Photos by Joe Sale, courtesy of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty. Know of an interesting or unusual home listing in the Tampa region? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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