Florida House Bill Bill Targeting Use Of Genetic Information By Insurers Advances In Florida Legislature By Abukar Adan • Apr 24, 2019 Maggie Bartlett, NHGRI / WIkimedia Commons Listen Listening... / 1:12 A bill that would bar life insurances companies from using genetic tests to determine coverage is inching closer to passing the Florida Legislature. Jacksonville State Lawmaker’s Bill Would Block Local Affordable Housing Mandates By Abukar Adan • Apr 12, 2019 ABILITY HOUSING Listen Listening... / 1:13 A Jacksonville state lawmaker is pushing legislation to eliminate local government’s ability to impose affordable housing mandates on developers. Area State Lawmakers Push To Expand ‘Direct Primary Care’ To Include Dentists By Abukar Adan • Mar 31, 2019 Erik Christensen / Creative Commons A Jacksonville state lawmaker is pushing to expand a program that helps patients without traditional health insurance directly pay healthcare providers. Jacksonville State Lawmaker Is Pushing To Get Autonomous Cars On The Road By Abukar Adan • Mar 20, 2019 Jason Fischer / Florida House Listen Listening... / 1:08 With self-driving technology growing increasingly common, two state lawmakers want to revamp the rules of the road to prepare for autonomous cars. Hospice Doctors Seek Exemption From Florida’s Drug Database Requirement By Abukar Adan • Jan 14, 2019 ep_jhu / Flickr Listen Listening... / 1:18 Some hospice and palliative doctors are seeking a drug database exemption for terminally ill patients. Jacksonville LGBT Rights Advocates Concerned About New House Bill By Serena Summerfield • Feb 27, 2017 Jacksonville LGBT advocates are concerned about a bill making its way through the Florida House. Florida House Bill 17, sponsored by Palm Bay Republican Randy Fine, would repeal local business regulations not specifically authorized by state law. Listen Listening... / 1:00 Listen to the radio version of this story on 89.9 WJCT.