In what is an historic day for freedom in chiropractic education, licensing, regulation and practice, the Florida House Health Regulation Subcommittee voted 14-4 to remove statutory language that gives the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) a complete monopoly on who gets a license to practice chiropractic in the state of Florida. House Bill 1077 garnered widespread support from chiropractors, chiropractic organizations and schools who submitted written testimony to House legislators and showed up in person to support the Bill. The CCE was on the line due to over 4000 complaints received by the DOE that centered on the monopoly it holds in chiropractic education. The FCA attorney and paid lobbyist Driggers further used scaremongering suggesting that the public would be in danger should Florida break up the monopoly on chiropractic education. Not surprisingly Driggers is an At Large Director of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) - further illustrating the incestuous relationship that exists between members of the Chiropractic Cartel.