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Disney Lawyers, Lobbyists Reportedly Working on Solution to Help DeSantis “Save Face”, Claim Victory Over “Woke Culture”

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According to a report from the Washington Post, Disney lawyers and lobbyists are working behind the scenes while the company stays publicly quiet over a recent bill that aims to dissolve the Reedy Creek Improvement District. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has not been shy over what critics are calling a retaliatory piece of legislation. Recently, DeSantis all but confirmed that the legislation is an attack over Disney’s stance on the “Don’t Say Gay” law, telling Fox News “I am not comfortable having one company with their own government and special privileges when that company has pledged itself to attacking the parents in my state”.

Now, a report from the Washington Post claims that Disney’s lobbyists and lawyers are trying to find a solution that allows DeSantis to save face over a law that poses more questions than answers:

Lobbyists and lawyers have been working behind the scenes to find a solution that would allow DeSantis “to save face” and continue to claim a victory over “woke culture,” while in reality doing very little to impede the company’s massive operations in Florida.

Washington Post

The Reedy Creek Improvement District (RCID) has reassured investors that the state is on the hook for $1 billion of debt – a debt that DeSantis is confident that the state will not pay, despite existing laws outlining government obligation in the exact scenario that RCID is facing.

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