Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis revoked a particular tax privilege that enables Walt Disney Co. to control the land housing its theme parks, escalating a dispute over Disney’s opposition to laws limiting classroom instruction on gender and sexuality.
It’s a big setback for Disney’s Florida operations. The district, created in 1967, exempted Disney from some laws and taxes and allowed the corporate to keep away from purple tape for greater than 50 years. Here’s the way it got here to be: