Yes and No. Although there are no mentions of damaged or cracked windshields in Florida laws per se, however, there are certain regulations in the law that can make it illegal to drive in a car with a cracked or damaged windshield.
Stickers, signs, or coverings of any type are strictly prohibited in the state of Florida. Only the stickers that have been made mandatory by law are allowed. GPS devices and toll payments are only allowed if they do not impede the driver's view. Since cracked or damaged windows can obstruct the driver's view in some cases, so it can be illegal to drive with a cracked vehicle in Florida.
Moreover, according to Federal regulation, any cracks or chips, even if they are as small as 0.75 inches in diameter, are not allowed if they are anywhere near another crack.
All in all, it depends on the police officer’s judgment whether they issue you a citation or not.