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Florida GOP lawmaker who took aim at “woke” Disney sees home destroyed by hurricane

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first in the Florida house to call for an end to the Reedy Creek Improvement Act. The legislation basically allows Disney to make its own rules and act as the local government over the area covered by its theme park in the state.Yesterday was the 2nd meeting in a week w/fellow legislators to discuss a repeal of the 1967 Reedy Creek Improvement Act, which allows Disney to act as its own government.

If Disney wants to embrace woke ideology, it seems fitting that they should be regulated by Orange County.— SpencerRoach (@SpencerRoachFL) March 30, 2022Roach later went on to claim his motivation was less to do with Disney’s support of LGBTQ rights, but to level the playing field for other theme parks, such as Seaworld.“Because Disney has made this unforced political error, it’s presented us with an opportunity where they’re politically weak to go out and correct this historic aberration of the free market,” Roach told Buzzfeed in April.The Reedy Creek Improvement District (RCID) is due to cease next year, but Disney and lawmakers are in negotiations over what should replace it.Related: Tornado hits home of Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ lawmakerFlorida Politics reveals Roach’s North Fort Myers home was flooded by the hurricane.

Roach evacuated to safety before Ian made landfall in Cayo Costa.“It’s going to take over a decade to rebuild Lee County,” Roach said. “People have made a lot of comparisons to Irma and Charley,” he said. “This is more similar to Katrina than the Florida storms we are familiar with.

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