While there are cases of bizarre and egregious judicial action, recent history has shown a number of judges strike down the desires of their political associates. While this has happened mostly at the federal level it still shows that there some level of importance placed on precedent and rule of law.They can't. The law they passed could fairly easily be struct down on judicial review, if the state of Florida weren't so hyperpartisan.
And since Florida is so hyperpartisan in all 3 branches of state government, there's no checks and balances. Without checks and balances, those in Tallahassee do what they want and get away with it.
In short, Florida is not to be trusted to do business deals with. This is third world crap.
I think the bigger concern, that is happening right now with little fanfare, is the possibility of the state just ignoring that legislation has been struck down and moving forward.