DeSantis Wins Again: Judge Throws Out Lawsuit Challenging Florida Law Targeting Disney World

DeSantis Wins Again: Judge Throws Out Lawsuit Challenging Florida Law Targeting Disney World


Florida GOP Governor Ron DeSantis recorded yet another win on Tuesday, as a judge threw out a lawsuit challenging the governor’s law that revoked special privileges enjoyed by Disney World.

DeSantis had signed State Bill 4-C, on April 22. which required Disney to obey building inspections and planning and zoning controls under Osceola and Orange counties. The bill will go into effect in July 2022.

“I’m just not comfortable having that type of agenda get special treatment in my state,” DeSantis said at the time of the signing.

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SB 4-C targets the Reedy Creek Improvement District, which provides utilities and other services to Walt Disney World; Reedy Creek, Lake Buena Vista, and Bay Lake all were founded on May 12, 1967.

“Reedy Creek, which has a permanent population of

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