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But on closer examination, there are significant differences in the dueling budget proposals, including in three critical areas.And the better approach in all three comes from the upper chamber.The Senate has proposed spending all of the 2 million available in the funds on housing, according to figures distributed by affordable-housing advocates.The Senate’s stance is a commendable recognition of the pressing statewide need for affordable housing, including here in Marion County.Florida’s House and Senate both passed competing budgets on Thursday that, while not far apart on the money, are philosophically opposed about how to pay for schools, hospitals and affordable housing.Read More February 8, 2018 | Florida Politics Associated Industries of Florida (AIF) was created to foster an economic climate in Florida conducive to the growth, development and welfare of industry, business and the people of the state, which is why we are proud to be one of the 30 statewide organizations that make up the Sadowski Coalition.Read More February 3, 2018 | Tampa Bay Times For the first time in 17 years, the Florida Senate proposes spending all of the money the state earmarks for affordable housing to build apartments and homes for families that spend more than half their income on housing.The House wants to put the money into other priorities.

The Senate would spend .3 billion in the fiscal year that begins July 1, and the House would spend .2 billion — a gap of about a tenth of 1 percent.Read More January 31, 2018 | Herald-Tribune Budget recommendations emerging in the Florida Legislature suggest the Senate wants to restore public trust in the state’s housing trust funds.The state Senate has proposed spending all of the 2 million available in the funds on housing, according to figures distributed by affordable-housing advocates.Both chambers are close in their bottom-line numbers — the Senate’s plan is .3 billion, and the House’s .2 billion.