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Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law a $109.9 billion state budget after vetoing $3.1 billion in programs and projects included by Florida lawmakers. The governor said the ax-swinging was needed to defend against a stumbling national economy.

Among the biggest single vetoes by the governor was a $1 billion reserve account intended to help state agencies meet anticipated rising costs for services.

Explore our searchable database to see what items were cut by DeSantis. You can search by county, or bill title.