With the recent passage of Florida’s legislation, women can now enjoy free rides in public parks and beaches.
Florida lawmakers passed the legislation in an attempt to combat what they believe is an epidemic of sexual assault.
The bill is the latest step to combat sexual harassment in the state, which has one of the highest rape rates in the country.
Women in the Sunshine State say they’ve been victims of sexual misconduct in the workplace and on the streets, and some say it has led to the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
The bill passed the House in a voice vote in March and has since gone through three Senate committees and is awaiting action in the full Senate.
It has been signed into law by Gov.
The law requires all state-owned facilities to allow nude men to take advantage of free rides, as well as provide designated restrooms and locker rooms for women.
Men can also use the facilities for free if they choose.
A sign on the entrance says the rides are for “non-members only.”
“We’re not going to be charging them for the ride,” Scott said of the bill.
“We want to make sure that women have access to these facilities.
If we do that, then women will be able to have a safe, fun time.”
The bill allows women to ride in any park or beach, and it does not require them to be accompanied by a man.
The law says all women can ride in the same area and at the same time.
Men can use the facility for free as long as they are not intoxicated, have their clothes off, and wear a seat belt.
Women can use any public restroom, including the women’s restroom at the park or the men’s bathroom.
The parks and beach will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
There is a fee of $10 for the park admission.
The fee is waived for those who bring in their own money or take out a check to pay for the ticket.
The price of admission includes a $15 refundable tax credit.
The state will provide a complimentary ride for anyone with a disability who is accompanied by their disabled friend or family member.
“This bill is a good first step toward protecting women from sexual assault and promoting public safety,” said Representative Kristi Noem, a Republican from Orlando who sponsored the bill in the House.
“Women deserve to feel safe and comfortable in our public spaces,” she added.
Noem said the legislation could be used by local governments to provide similar services.
She hopes other states will follow Florida’s lead.
Florida was the first state to enact similar legislation in January of this year.
A similar law was passed in Tennessee earlier this month.