Disney World and the word “controversial” are no strangers to each other.
The company had several controversies, including a lawsuit with Scarlett Johansson and major changes to its theme park. It’s Disney’s response to what you call. This caused the dissolution of Disney World’s Reedy Creek Improvement District, which allows Disney to run its own county government. .
A group of Central Florida residents have filed a pending lawsuit against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over the dissolution of the Reedy Creek Improvement District. According to the Orlando Business Journal, The lawsuit may soon be brought to the state capital (Tallahassee).
Attorneys for plaintiffs (Florida residents) have filed an “Uncontested Motion to Change Venue” in this case. There are currently no plans to make this change.
The lawsuit was originally filed in May 2022 by three Florida residents. This is because the dissolution may impose a burden on taxpayers. They are Florida taxpayers “If Reedy Creek dissolves, it will owe at least $1 billion in Disney bond debt. filed.
Former Disney CEO Bob Chapek was the one who commented on the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law on behalf of The Walt Disney Company, so things may change now that Bob Iger is back in that position. It is currently unclear if there will be any major changes to this, but Florida legislators are working on a compromise that would allow Reedy Creek to remain with a few changes. I’m here.
DeSantis, however, appeared on Fox News following Iger’s first town hall meeting with Disney to comment on Boomerang’s thoughts. I don’t care what you say about our laws.”You can read more in his comment Here.
Stay tuned for updates from the Reedy Creek Improvement District.
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