Rhett wishes to take credit for using the Population factor to increase LOFT but it is already in the law

Distribution of Proceeds:
An apportionment factor is calculated for each eligible county using a formula consisting of the following equally weighted factors: county population, unincorporated county population, and county sales tax collections.
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A county population factor is an eligible county’s population divided by total population of all
eligible counties in the state. Inmates and residents residing in institutions operated by the federal government as well as the Florida Departments of Corrections, Children and Families, and Health are not considered to be residents of the county in which the institutions are located for the purpose of calculating the distribution proportions.8
An unincorporated county population factor is an eligible county’s unincorporated population
divided by total unincorporated population of all eligible counties in the state. A county sales tax collections factor is an eligible county’s sales tax collections during the preceding year divided by total sales tax collections during the preceding year of all eligible counties in the state.
A county’s apportionment factor is determined by the following formula.
Unincorporated County
County County Sales Tax
Population + Population + Collection
Apportionment = Factor Factor Factor
Factor 3
Additionally, any unit of local government that is consolidated pursuant to the provisions

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