Florida won’t ever become like San Francisco, Gov. Ron DeSantis is vowing. And he’s asking Florida lawmakers, currently in their regular legislative session, to pass laws to back up that promise.
The Republican governor, who recently suspended his presidential campaign, described the distant California city as an example of one plagued by urban decay during a press conference in Miami Beach on Feb. 5.
“When people have flooded into Florida over these last many years, I’ve talked to so many of them that just did not feel that their public officials were keeping their community safe,” Mr. DeSantis said, spotlighting the city where Mr. Newsom served as mayor for seven years until 2011.
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