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A Revealing Look at the Influence of Special Interests on the Florida Legislative Process

Mar 24, 2019

Last year, in a huge conflict of interest, sponsor of current HB1383, Jamie Grant, spoke on behalf of the Vacation Rental Management Association which is a non-profit organization. Read below the flier encouraging rental owners to attend a VRMA conference. It’s truly a sad day for Florida when an elected representative is speaking on behalf of the rental industry and writing bills to benefit them.



Don’t Miss The Legislative Champions Hour!

2 Top Legislators From The Florida House Of Representatives & Our Top Lobbyist Discuss The Facts.


What’s In Store For Vacation Rentals & The Sharing Economy Throughout Florida? 


The Attack On The Vacation Rental Industry Is far From Over.

But What’s Next? What Can We Expect Moving Forward? 

For Years These Three Legislative Titan’s Have Been Advocating For You At the Florida Statehouse.


If you are concerned with state and local regulations that impede your ability to rent your home and the protection of your private property rights you must attend this session.


This session goes right to the heart of the legislative battle to protect your “right to rent” throughout Florida. 


Join Us For A Conversation With:

State Representative Mike LaRosa

State Representative Jamie Grant

Lori Killinger, The Florida VRMA Lobbyist/Legislative Counsel

If You Are An Owner, Manager, Or A Realtor That Rents Or Sells Vacation Rentals, This Is A Must Attend Show & Legislative Session.

Of note is that Lori Killinger, the VRMA lobbyist, is the author of the original legislation in 2011 that opened up your community to short term vacation rentals. She has publicly acknowledged this fact in open testimony before various committees.