Florida House passes $105.3 billion spending plan; Senate up next

‘We are seeing folks have to turn to, whether it’s safety nets or straight-up homelessness, because they can’t find a place to live right now,” Rep. Anna Eskamani, D-Orlando, said. “And it’s not even just situations related to the pandemic. I’m talking about folks who have jobs, folks who are working, who are doing everything by the book that we in this country admire, they’re hard-working Floridians, and yet they cannot pay their bills on time.”