Florida’s Republican governor threatened to file a lawsuit against the federal government unless the national public health agency lifted its conditional sailing order on cruise lines within the next couple of weeks so these companies can resume operation.

And Fort Lauderdale attorney Richard Serafini, who is not involved in the dispute, said that Gov. Ron DeSantis’ demand directed at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was designed more for politics than the law.

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