Along with promises of more tax cuts, environmental restoration projects and infrastructure upgrades, Gov. Ron DeSantis in his State of the State address on Tuesday again called for the overhaul of a legal climate that he said is a drag on the Florida economy.

“While our economy is consistently outperforming the nation as a whole, Florida’s lawsuit-happy legal climate is still holding us back,” DeSantis said in his address in the House of Representatives in Tallahassee. “The legal system should be centered on achieving justice, not lining the pockets of lawyers.”

The governor signaled his support for more comprehensive tort reforms last month during a press conference with the House speaker and state Senate president. DeSantis repeated that message on Tuesday.