TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis mentioned Tuesday he’s asking for $1 million in a state spending proposal to let Florida State University sue the College Football Playoff committee over its recent decision to exclude the undefeated Seminoles from the playoff.
Though the championship can be determined months earlier than a finances is authorized, DeSantis hung out lamenting the snub.
“My first-grader, my fifth-grader and my preschooler … they’re all ‘Noles, and they’re big-time followers, they usually do the tomahawk chop, they usually weren’t blissful,” DeSantis mentioned. “We are going to put aside $1 million and let the chips fall the place they might.”
DeSantis’ suggestion is just a suggestion to the Legislature, which is able to start its annual session subsequent month. Once the Legislature agrees on a spending plan, DeSantis could have energy to veto particular person objects.
DeSantis is looking for a $114.4 billion finances. Unlike most years, the presidential candidate introduced his finances removed from the state Capitol in a information convention held at a constitution faculty on Marco Island in southwest Florida.
Reporting by The Associated Press.
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