As the time fast approaches when the Florida Bar’s leadership takes a stand on the contentious issue of allowing multidisciplinary practices, passions are running high on both sides of the debate.

Six months after the Florida Bar persuaded the American Bar Association to delay deciding just what stand it should take, a special Bar committee studying the issue has gotten this far: It produced two hotly worded reports that reach opposite conclusions.

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