Maybe they should fix the problems within their own state and their own system first that created this entire situation . . .and use the system like everyone else has to; fill out a request form *when* it's absolutely necessary.
Regardless - the supreme court should define this issue and address it; the feds shouldn't muddle the lines purely because of Florida's past lack of give-a-damn . . . it would only create more issues if the feds just went along with it.
In general: One issue I have overall is the federal government's many bureaucracies and agencies and how they each believe they have the right to just do whatever they want without prior approval - in general; I believe that every single action and permission given to any such must be decided on by the Scotus or Congress; I don't believe they should have the power to dictate this issue unless otherwise instructed to do so.
It started with the Chevron ruling for agencies and just sort of exploded from there - the branches of the fed gov need to be reigned in.