Florida Gov. DeSantis Doubles Down On SB 484 By Increasing Penalties During Riots
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Florida Governor DeSantis doubles down on bill to increase penalties during riots, in the video “DeSantis doubles down on bill to increase penalties during riots“, below:
Florida’s governor used the riots in DC to spur approval of his bill targeting violent demonstrations, Thursday. Gov. Ron DeSantis said rioting won’t be tolerated in the Sunshine State, in the video “Gov. DeSantis touts violent protest bill after Trump rioters breach US Capitol“, below:
Back in September of 2020, Gov. Ron DeSantis introduced the new bill, Governor Ron DeSantis Announces the “Combatting Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act” that would increase penalties to a third degree felony for those who participate in “disorderly assemblies,” block roads and damage monuments, in the video “Gov. DeSantis unveils new bill to crack down on riots, penalize cities for ‘defunding police’“, below:
The Combating Public Disorder bill (HB1/SB 484 of 2021):
- Increase criminal penalties for assault and defacing monuments and public properties during riots
- Penalize local governments that interfere with law enforcement attempting to contain riots
- Citizen appeals process when cities and counties attempt to reduce police budget
Democrats are concerned that this new bill would serve as intimidation for peaceful demonstrations. Democrats also object to state government telling local governments how to budget for police, especially during pandemic economic down turn.
The response from Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, in italics, below:
“The City of Orlando and Orlando Police Department remains committed to ensuring the safety of our employees, residents and visitors while supporting the right for all to peacefully exercise their freedom of speech. We will continue to monitor the bill as it goes through the Legislative process.”
This HB1/SB 484 will be on the top of the priority list of items to be discussed when lawmakers meet in March of 2021.
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