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Disney still plans to invest $17 billion in Florida despite fight with Ron DeSantis

The Walt Disney Co. is still planning to invest billions of dollars in Florida despite its ongoing legal battle with Governor Ron DeSantis (R) that has arisen over the state’s anti-grooming law protecting school children from LGBTQ indoctrination.

At a recent conference, Disney Parks chief Josh D’Amaro reportedly said the company is still looking to expand or improve existing Disney World attractions in Orlando to the tune of $17 billion.

D’Amaro was speaking last week at the JP Morgan Global Technology, Media and Communications conference in Boston, according to a CNBC report. He told members of the public that the $17 billion investment “gives you an idea of ​​how aggressive we are at Walt Disney World.”

“And that includes things like transforming Epcot,” he said. “That includes things like there’s a new Star Tours attraction coming up, we have a new Tiana the coming attraction. So we’re thinking pretty aggressively about where we can take things to Florida.

Upcoming attractions include a Moana -Themed exhibit titled “The Journey of Water,” which will be a self-guided outdoor trail where “you can play and interact with water as it travels from the sky to the oceans and back again,” according to Disney.

The attraction is set to open later this year at Epcot.

As Breitbart News reported, Governor DeSantis defended his fight with Disney on the day of his presidential campaign launch.

“Florida is synonymous with child protection,” he said. “We believe that the blurring of gender ideology in elementary school is wrong. Disney obviously supported the introduction of gender ideology in elementary school.

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