Introduction With three weeks left in the regular 2019 legislative session, lawmakers are in high gear to advance their bills to a vote. TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Senate passed a massive education bill Thursday that marks a key departure from the state’s traditional financing of public education. Res 2019-1: SB 4: S: 4: Extend Terms of 2 Members/Coastal Carolina CC. (SB 1610), PETS (FAILED): Imposes a year in jail or up to a $5,000 fine for people who leave their pets restrained outside or unattended during a hurricane or another natural or manmade disaster. (HB 49), CHILD-LIKE SEX DOLLS (PASSED): Criminalizes the possession and/or sale of sex dolls that resemble children. (SB 7070), TUITION SURCHARGE (FAILED): Changes the rules when universities may add a tuition surcharge to Florida resident students (HB 257 / SB 280), UNIVERSITY SURVEYS (FAILED): Requires universities to conduct “intellectual freedom” surveys that measure "the extent to which competing ideas, perspectives, and claims of truth are presented" on campus and whether the university community feels "safe and supported in exploring and articulating their beliefs and viewpoints" in the classroom. (HB 281), FRACKING (FAILED): Bans fracking, a process where water, sand and chemicals are injected underground to loosen, or fracture, rock layers in the crust to release trapped natural gas and oil. (SB 96), ANTI-SEMITISM (PASSED): Requires schools and colleges to address allegations of anti-Semitism in the same way they address racism. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida lawmakers filed more than 3,500 bills for the 2019 legislative session and fewer than 200 passed both chambers of the Legislature before it adjourned its annual session on Saturday. Florida lawmakers filed a boatload of bills in the last legislative session, more than 3,500 of them in 2019. Florida Legislature 2019: Here are the key issues facing lawmakers. (HB 733 / SB 1052). (HB 7123), COMMERCIAL LEASES (PASSED): Reduces the sales tax on commercial leases from 5.7 percent to 5.5 percent. 2019-95), … legislation that passed this session in both the House and Senate. 2019-2020 fiscal year are incorporated by reference in Senate Bill 2502. (HB 1335 / SB 1774), HEMP (PASSED): Authorizes the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to administer a state hemp program and sets up rulemaking and a board of experts to develop the system. 7125 An act relating to administration of justice; amending s. 16.555, F.S. Of 1,861 bills filed (excluding local appropriations projects), lawmakers passed about 10 percent. (HB 6003 / SB 306), RIDE SHARES (PASSED): Allows Uber, Lyft and other ride share services to provide non-emergency trips to the hospital for Medicaid patients. Listed below are all Bills currently before Parliament. House Concurred in 1 amendment(s) (565298) -HJ 1002, 1008. SEC. LOW THC (FAILED): Caps at 10 percent the amount of tetrahydrocannabinol, the naturally occurring element in marijuana that produces a high. After two days of impassioned debate, Florida's House of Representatives passed a controversial bill on Wednesday that would permit classroom teachers to carry guns in schools. Bill Analysis -- Ethics and Elections (Pre-Meeting) (3/4/2019 2:32 PM) Sources Data on Open States is updated nightly from the official website of the Florida Legislature . — This week, the Florida Legislature passed “CS/CS/SB 1460: Stroke Centers,” a bill that will improve first responders’ access to hospitals that provide thrombectomy, a move the Get Ahead of Stroke campaign says will help reduce disability and death, as well as lower the immense costs associated with long-term health care. In all, slightly fewer bills were passed than the prior year, when the body passed just 200 (excluding one-chamber resolutions), the low point in a 20-year trend of fewer and fewer bills. 2019-61 ), SB 1136 (Ch. (HB 411), ROAD MEMORIAL (FAILED): Names stretches of highways, roads and bridges after police officers killed in the line of duty and also a former state senator and Florida Power & light lobbyist Chris Smith. After Florida voters passed an amendment to the state constitution in 2014 legalizing medical marijuana, the Republican majority in the legislature immediately moved to undermine the amendment by banning smokable medical marijuana. CHAPTER 2019-167 Committee Substitute for House Bill No. Enrolling: 03/21/2019: Ch. 2019-105) Jun 25, 2019. By Associated Press AP PUBLISHED May 5, 2019 @11:30 AM. (HB 7123), DISASTER PREPAREDNESS (PASSED): Offers seven-day sales tax breaks, from May 31 through June 6, for items related to hurricane preparation. For the second-tier “Medallion” award which covers 75 percent of tuition and fees, the benchmark would climb from 1170 to about 1200. (HB 1434), TEACHER TESTING (PASSED): Eases the testing requirements attached to teacher certification. (HB 1127 / SB 1444), FINANCIAL LITERACY (PASSED): Requires all school districts to offer a financial literacy course consisting of at least one-half credit as an elective. (SB 186), UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS (FAILED): Exempts the names of candidates applying to be college or university presidents from public records requirements. Enrolling: 01/09/2019: Ch. Florida Legislature Signed by Officers and presented to Governor. 2020-23) -SJ 266 SJR 60 Bill Affecting Access to Abortion Services/Passage of Bills (SB 1100), BLIND TRUST (PASSED): Prohibits public officials from placing their assets in blind trusts. (SB 84 / HB 109), CULTURE SURVEYS (FAILED): Requires the state to develop surveys that assess patient safety culture in hospitals; requires health care facilities to complete the surveys and submit the data. You’re more than a vote, so support GovTrack today with a tip of any amount: May 01, 2019. Florida Senate Bill 642 (Prior Session Legislation) FL State Legislature page for S0642. (HB 1299 / SB 588), WASTEWATER (FAILED): Prohibiting the construction of new deep injection wells for domestic wastewater discharge or the expansion of existing wells. (HB 879 / SB 258). The following are summaries of what passed … Expansion includes exempting the addresses of civilians who work at law enforcement agencies, too. Legislative Building. 2019-86, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/HB 905 (Ch. 2019-50), SB 910 (Ch. Statutes, Video Broadcast (SB 426), HEART SURGERIES (PASSED): Increases oversight of pediatric heart surgeries by letting team of doctors make unannounced visits to struggling programs and review death records. H.R.4572 — 116th Congress (2019-2020) Government Bailout Prevention Act Sponsor: Rep. Rooney, Francis [R-FL-19] (Introduced 09/27/2019) Cosponsors: Committees: House - Financial Services; Oversight and Reform Latest Action: House - 09/27/2019 Referred to the Committee on Oversight and Reform, and in addition to the Committee on Financial Services, for a period to be subsequently … Last Action: 4/17/2019 S Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 6513 (Ch. (HJR 613 / SJR 270), UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS (FAILED): Requires that each county supervisor of elections enters into an agreement with the clerk of the circuit court to receive, on a monthly basis, a list of potential jurors who have identified themselves as undocumented immigrants. ; providing for reallocation of unencumbered funds returned to the Crime Date Chamber Action; 2019-05-01: Senate: Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 1021 (Ch. 2019-45 ), CS/SB 828 (Ch. While the Florida House listened and passed legislation removing the restriction, the Florida Senate refused to allow SB-1238 by Sen. Debbie Mayfield (R) to pass. Spectrum: Status: Introduced on January 31 2019 - 25% progression, died in chamber Action: 2019-05-01 - Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 1021 (Ch. We are still tallying the final number of bills passed by… (HB 7117), RECREATIONAL POT (FAILED): Makes recreational marijuana legal (HB 1117 / SB 1780), SMOKING (SIGNED): Repeals a ban on smokable medical marijuana. Apr 29, 2019. (HB 7065), GENETIC TESTING (FAILED): Restricts insurance companies from using genetic testing information in selling policies or setting rates. What follows is a list of some of the 2019 legislative session’s most notable bills. Florida House Bill; 2019 Regular Session; Introduced in House Mar 05, 2019; Passed House ... Chapter No. The following bills had the highest total numbers of lobbyists and clients in 2019, according to the Florida House’s lobbyist disclosure records. low point in a 20-year trend of fewer and fewer bills, Trump to rally in the storm-battered Florida Panhandle, where residents still await help from Washington. 2019-91), CS/SB 160 (Ch. Abortion (HB 235) Bills to restriction the ability to get an abortion happen in every Florida Legislative … (HB 23), DISCRIMINATION (FAILED): Provides that sexual orientation and gender identity are impermissible grounds for discrimination in public lodging establishments and public food service establishments; revises provisions of Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992 and Fair Housing Act to include sexual orientation and gender identity; provides exception for constitutionally protected free exercise of religion. (SB 1112), RED LIGHT CAMERAS (FAILED): Prohibits red light cameras from being used to ticket drivers. The amount of bills passed has been steadily declining. There are 220 enacted bills and joint resolutions so far in this session of Congress.. The new bill, called the Sunshine Protection Act of 2019, also follows similar legislation enacted in the state of Florida. (HB 453), TOBACCO (FAILED): Prohibits local governments to regulate tobacco or its use, such as the raising of the age limit from 18 to 21. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida lawmakers filed more than 3,500 bills … 2019-153) Jun 07, 2019. First, we have provided an analysis of legislation that passed and has become, or is expected to become, law in Florida. (HB 7123), HURRICANE MICHAEL EXPENSES (PASSED): Refund for taxes paid on fuel for agricultural shipments and debris removal between Oct. 10, 2018 and June 30, 2019 in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden,Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Leon, Liberty, Okaloosa, Wakulla, Walton and, Washington counties. 2019-50), SB 910 (Ch. 2019-95), CS/HB 7125 (Ch. (HB 7103), CONSTITUTION REVISION COMMISSION (FAILED): Eliminates Florida’s Constitution Revision Commission, a panel that meets every 20 years to place constitutional amendments on the ballot. Use this page to browse bills in the U.S. Congress related to the subject Nursing, as determined by the Library of Congress. (HB 843), CERTIFICATE OF NEED (PASSED): Removes a requirement that general hospitals apply and obtain approval from the state to build or expand (HB 21), CONVERSION THERAPY (FAILED): Prohibits the practice of trying to change a person’s sexual orientation, for an individual who is younger than 18. 2019-61), SB 1136 (Ch. Committee (SB 190), CAREER-TECHNICAL EDUCATION (PASSED): Expands apprenticeship programs, adds career planning support for students, offers to replace a science graduation credit with a computer science course. (HB 1125 / SB 1046), SMOKING AGE (FAILED): Raises the minimum age to smoke tobacco or any electronic device in Florida from 18 to 21. Florida Legislature Approved by Governor. Here is a breakdown of all 16,520 bills and resolutions currently before Congress: Enacted Laws. 2019-91 ), CS/SB 160 (Ch. While the drug is available in pill, edible, vape and oil form, smoking was banned in a 2017 bill passed by the Legislature. (HB 7015/ SB 182), LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES (SIGNED): Expands exemption for employees who work for law enforcement, which previously only kept private the addresses of officers. 2019-91), HB 5011 (Ch. SHARE. ( See 2018′s top five here. House Ordered enrolled . 2019-167, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 1021 (Ch. (SB 292), PARENTAL RIGHTS (FAILED): Creates a new section of Florida law that would create a parental “bill of rights,” establishing parents’ authority to direct “the education and care” of their child as well as their “moral and religious training.” (HB 1171 / SB 1726), REFERENDUM MONEY (PASSED): Requires school districts to share future local referendum money with charter schools. In the end, the House and Senate worked a half-day of overtime to approve a $91-billion budget -- with record spending on the environment and even more planned for public schools. FETAL HEARTBEAT ABORTION (FAILED): Blocks physicians from performing abortions if fetal heartbeats have been detected. Jun 05, 2019. This bill has the status Introduced. As committees wind down, it will be increasingly difficult for proposals to make it to a full House or Senate vote. (SB 356 / HB 245), MEDICAID CLAIMS (FAILED): Would permanently shorten how long patients can have Medicaid cover past healthcare bills. 16 West Jones Street. (HB 1253), NEEDLE EXCHANGE (PASSED): Expands the pilot needle exchange established in Miami-Dade County by allowing other counties to create their own programs with the approval of their county commissions. Texting while driving was already illegal, but police could not pull over … (SB 1552), SUNSCREEN (FAILED): Prohibits local governments from banning the sale of certain sunscreens. During Florida’s 2019 Legislative session, lawmakers had two months to debate hundreds of bills. SB 182 finally repeals this unnecessary ban. (HB 741), BRIGHT FUTURES (PASSED): Raises the requirements for the merit-based Bright Futures scholarships. 2019 Florida Legislative . Passed Resolutions. Disclaimer: The information on this system is unverified. These summaries are created by The calculations are the basis for the appropriations in the General Appropriations Act in Specific Appropriations 6, 7, 8, 93, and 94. (HB 1299 / SB 588), VEGETABLE GARDENS (PASSED): Prevents local governments from regulating residential vegetable gardens. Main bills discussed: Felons voting rights, new toll roads, texting while driving ban ___ WINNERS: — A $91.1 billion budget. Records/Local Government Utilities, CS/HB 591 — Pub. (HB 455 / SB 466), CHURCHES ON SCHOOL PROPERTY (FAILED): Allows concealed weapons permit holders to carry guns at churches or other religious entities that are on the campuses of schools. Florida House Bill 1159 (Prior Session Legislation) FL State Legislature page for H1159. (HB 843), HPV SHOT (FAILED): Expands school immunization requirements to include a vaccine for human papillomavirus. By AAAASF July 16, 2019 October 7th, 2019 No Comments. Florida lawmakers filed more than 3,500 bills for the 2019 legislative session and fewer than 200 passed both chambers of the Legislature before it adjourned its annual session on Saturday. (HB 19), FIREFIGHTERS (SIGNED): Provides certain benefits to firefighters who are diagnosed with cancer and benefits to the families of firefighters who die as a result of cancer or cancer treatment. committee staff and do not represent the opinion of any Senator, Senate Officer, or Senate Office. Summary; Sponsors; Texts; Votes; Research; Comments; Track; Status. Florida lawmakers filed a boatload of bills in the last legislative session, more than 3,500 of them in 2019. Summary ; Sponsors; Texts; Votes; Research; Comments; Track; Status. (SB 82), ASSAULT WEAPON BAN (FAILED): Prohibits sale, transfers, or possession of assault weapon or large-capacity ammunition magazine. 2. Session Update: Workforce Education and Career Readiness . (HB 771), RED TIDE (PASSED): Investments of $3 million per year for six years in red tide mitigation. Enrolling: 03/21/2019: Ch. Farmers could get refunds for repairs to buildings damaged by the storm. (HB 771), RECYCLABLE MATERIALS (PASSED): Require municipalities to address contamination of recyclable materials. The journals or printed bills of the respective chambers should be consulted for official purposes. Here are the steps for Status of Legislation: Introduced. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Legislators filed a whopping 3,491 bills for consideration during the 2019 session, by far the most filed over the last 10 years. The mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School brought that session to a virtual halt as lawmakers scrambled to draft gun control and school safety measures. Keeps the state-funded tourism agency Visit Florida running through 2020 with $50 million for the next fiscal year. Ron DeSantis. (a) Requirement .—Section 317 of the Public … Requiring students at public elementary and secondary schools to be vaccinated. Any Bills which start in the Lords have [HL] in their title. The Florida Legislature looked at and passed many pieces of legislation in the 2019 session that will impact the insurance industry. (HB 629), AFFORDABLE HOUSING (PASSED): Limit the ability of local governments to set ceilings for rents or home sale price. The following is a look at some of the bills that succeeded and some of those that died: ___ WINNERS: — A $91.1 billion budget. 2019-50 ), SB 910 (Ch. Those efforts were extended with the expansion of the “Guardian program” to allow teachers to carry guns in school, if their district opts in to the program. In 2019, legislation prohibiting abortion after six weeks was introduced in 11 states (Texas, Tennessee, Missouri, South Carolina, Illinois, Louisiana, Florida, … TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A 350-page Florida criminal justice bill that touches on subjects ranging from selling horse meat for human consumption to raising … (SB 796). Senate Read 3rd time . 1. The 2019 Florida Legislative Session is over. 7/1/2019 • Chapter No. If Gov. (HB 1361 / SB 1120), SPENDING (FAILED): Requires 80 percent of state education funding to be spent on teachers’ salaries and bonuses, classroom supplies, technology for students and tutoring, in lieu of administration. (SB 1238 / HB 403), DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (FAILED): Revises prohibition on sale or transfer of firearms to persons convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence offenses; prohibits persons convicted of misdemeanor offense of domestic violence from possessing firearm or ammunition; requires persons convicted of misdemeanor offenses of domestic violence to surrender all firearms & ammunition. (HB 7123), SCHOOL BOARD TERM LIMITS (FAILED): Limits the terms of school board members to eight years. Publications, Help Searching FL S0642 | 2019 | Regular Session. ; providing for reallocation of unencumbered funds returned to the Crime Stoppers Trust Fund; specifying permissible uses for funds awarded to counties from the trust fund; creating s. 16.557, F.S. 2019-161, companion bill(s) passed, see SB 2500 … Government entities that violate the moratorium would face fines. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida lawmakers filed more than 3,500 bills for the 2019 legislative session and fewer than 200 passed both chambers of the Legislature before it … 2019 FL S0642 (Summary) Public Safety. Although a lot of states are considering vaccine legislation this year, most anti-vaccination bills usually die in committee, says O’Leary, the Colorado pediatrician who follows vaccine legislation. Explanatory Notes and Amendments are on each Bill's … It presents the laws in the order in which they are numbered by the Secretary of State, as well as resolutions and memorials passed by the legislature. Florida Legislature Approved by Governor. Enrolling : 01/09/2019: Ch. PERSONAL INJURY PROTECTION (FAILED): Eliminates Florida’s no-fault auto insurance system, where drivers are required to carry personal injury protection coverage to help pay medical bills after accidents. North Carolina General Assembly. (SPB 7012), BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALES TAX (PASSED): Exempts sales taxes on clothes costing $60 or less, school supplies costing $15 or less, and personal computers costing $1,000 or less from Aug. 2 to Aug. 6. Copyright © 2000- 2020  State of Florida. Meetings/Pub. (SJR 74 / HB 53), CAMPAIGN FINANCE (FAILED): Prohibits Governor, Lieutenant Governor, or member of Cabinet from soliciting or accepting contributions during regular, extended, or special legislative session; provides penalties. HB 301 – Insurance “Omnibus” bill (HB 417 / SB 1580), AID AND TASK FORCE (FAILED): Pumps $315 million into helping the Panhandle after Hurricane Michael. 2019-91), HB 5011 (Ch. SL 2019-7: SB 5: S: 5: School Safety Omnibus. Allows charter school operators to open schools “opportunity zones,” a term from President Trump’s 2017 tax bill designed to boost investment in economically poor areas. Scott signed that bill when he was the state's governor. (SB 1008), LOTTERY (PASSED): Requires vendors of lottery tickets to prominently display a warning that the lottery is addictive on all tickets and that the Lottery Department put the same warning on ads and promotions. The measure, Senate Bill … Establishes a task force to consider changes to local, state and federal response policy. While the drug is available in pill, edible, vape and oil form, smoking was banned in a 2017 bill passed by the Legislature. ... And starting in 2019 we’ll be tracking Congress’s oversight investigations of the executive branch. Signed by Governor: May 23, 2019 Takes Effect: July 1, 2019. (HJR 229 / SJR 274), SCHOOLS OF HOPE (PASSED): Expands the “Schools of Hope” program that lets charter schools open near consistently low-performing public schools. (SB 7068), RENEWABLE ENERGY (FAILED): Directs state to develop unified statewide plan to generate state's energy from renewable sources by specified dates; requires state & public entities to cooperate as requested; provides plan requirements; requires office to submit plan & updates to Governor & Legislature. (HB 55 / SB 396), PETITION DRIVES (PASSED): Requires citizen-led attempts to change the constitution to use only Florida residents on petition drives and to register with the Florida Secretary of State, which would prevent the involvement of out-of-state firms in petition drives. Skip to Navigation | Skip to Main Content | Skip to Site Map. (SB 1568), WELLS (FAILED): Allow anyone fearing contamination to request the health department test their water source, requires samples be analyzed no more than three business days later. Lawmakers approved 197 bills this year, setting a record for the fewest bills passed (at least since 2001, and likely long before that). SL 2019-7: SB 5: S: 5: School Safety Omnibus. 2019-167 , companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 1021 (Ch. 2019-138, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 7 (Ch. Crime Survivors for Safety & Justice — Florida’s 2019 criminal justice reform legislative package is the most significant justice reform bill passed by the Legislature in 20 years. The highlights of the Republican-led Legislature’s work include a ban on “sanctuary cities,” several rollbacks of health care regulations, a controversial roads project and a narrow interpretation of Amendment 4. (SB 7030), MILITARY UNIFORMS (PASSED): Requires school districts to allow authorized students to wear military dress uniforms at high school graduations. Javascript must be enabled for site search. (SB 7096 / HB 7111), PUBLIC FINANCING (FAILED): Repeals public campaign financing in Florida. (HB 7071), GUARDIANS (PASSED): Expands the school guardian program to allow trained teachers in certain school districts to volunteer to carry weapons. 2019-134) (HB 131 / SB 230), VOTER RECORDS (PASSED): Creates a public records exemption for information related to a voter registration applicant’s or voter’s prior felony conviction and for information on preregistered voter registration applicants who are 16 or 17 years old. Passed House; Passed Senate; To President; Became Law; More on This Bill. (SB 66 / HB 545), WORKFORCE EDUCATION (PASSED): Requires middle school students to take a course in career education planning, allows certain course substitutions for high school graduation requirements, requires high schools to offer a financial literacy elective course, create a career and technical education high school graduation pathway, establishes degree articulation agreements between colleges and universities. 2019-06-28 Chapter No. 2019-53 ), CS/CS/SB 1418 … A look at Florida bills that passed and failed in 2019. The first bill, Protecting and Securing Florida's Coastline Act of 2019, would ban oil and gas leasing in eastern areas of the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast. The most notable of the so-called “controversial bills that failed was the fetal ‘heartbeat’ bill, even as many other Republican-led state legislatures passed similar legislation. 2019-61), CS/CS/SB 1418 (Ch. (HB 107), TOLL ROADS (PASSED): Extends the SunCoast Parkway from Tampa Bay to the Georgia border, a new corridor from Polk to Collier counties, and extend the Florida Turnpike west to connect to the SunCoast. Most now await the signature of Gov. (HB 239 / SB 146), PLASTIC BAGS (FAILED): Authorizes coastal municipalities to establish pilot programs to regulate or ban disposable plastic bags; collect data and complete a report by April 1, 2022 about the effectiveness of the ban. No event interrupted the 2019 session like the Parkland shooting did 2018’s. (HB 7089 / SB 7086 / SB 7066, amended), BUNDLING (FAILED): Prohits the Constitutional Revision Commission from bundling multiple topics onto a constitutional amendment proposal. Bills before Parliament 2019-21. New Bills Passed In Florida. (SB 1020), BUDGET (PASSED): Sets aside $91.1 billion for spending on education, health care, transportation, corrections, safety-net programs and other expenses. 2019 … (HB 485 / SB 430), HUMAN TRAFFICKING (PASSED): Requires police, hotel employees and massage parlor workers to get training in how to look for signs of human trafficking. All 2019 summaries for Agriculture (PDF) SB 310 — Off-highway Vehicles; Top of Page. -- The News Service of Florida contributed to this story. (HJR 1309 / SJR 422), DISQUALIFIED TEACHERS (FAILED): Creates lists of people disqualified from working in the state’s public, private and charter schools. Florida House Bill; 2019 Regular Session; Introduced in House Mar 05, 2019; Passed House ... Chapter No. (HB 839 / SB 1296), VOUCHERS (PASSED): Creates a scholarship program for private schools for families of four who make roughly $77,000 a year or less, using public money. (B 160), FELONY THEFT THRESHOLD (PASSED): Increases the amount of a theft that it would take to be charged with a felony from $300 to $750, the first time it has been raised since 1986. (HB 319 / SB 1194), DRUG IMPORTS (PASSED): Allows drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to be imported into Florida by Canada and other countries. Gives the Florida attorney general the power to pursue civil action against governments that don’t cooperate. Governmental Oversight and Accountability, CS/HB 6513 — Relief/Eric Scott Tenner/Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners, CS/HB 6515 — Relief/Estate of Herminio Padilla, Jr./the City of West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, the City of Lake Worth, the City of Riviera Beach, and the Town of Palm Beach, CS/HB 6517 — Relief/Robert Allan Smith/Orange County, CS/HB 6523 — Relief/Jane Doe/School Board of Miami-Dade County, CS/HB 6525 — Relief/Dominguez Family/Hillsborough County, SB 2502 — Implementing the 2019-2020 General Appropriations Act, HB 5401 — Department of Environmental Protection, SB 7060 — Termination of the Working Capital Trust Fund within the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, All 2019 summaries for Banking and Insurance, CS/CS/CS/HB 431 — Liens Against Motor Vehicles and Vessels, CS/HB 617 — Homeowners' Insurance Policy Disclosures, CS/CS/HB 673 — Insurer Guaranty Associations, CS/CS/CS/SB 862 — Lessor Liability Under Special Mobile Equipment Leases, HB 983 — Ratification of Rules of the Department of Financial Services, CS/CS/CS/HB 1033 — Continuing Care Contracts, CS/CS/CS/HB 1393 — Department of Financial Services, HB 7049 — OGSR/Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act, CS/CS/HB 7065 — Insurance Assignment Agreements, HB 7091 — OGSR/Hurricane and Flood Loss Model Trade Secrets, HB 7097 — OGSR/Informal Enforcement Actions and Trade Secrets/OFR, All 2019 summaries for Children, Families, and Elder Affairs, CS/CS/CS/SB 318 — Public Records/Child Abuse, Abandonment, or Neglect, CS/CS/SB 838 — Public Records/Mental Health Treatment and Services, CS/HB 1209 — Caregivers for Children in Out-of-Home Care, All 2019 summaries for Commerce and Tourism, SB 180 — Lost or Abandoned Personal Property, CS/HB 9 — Community Redevelopment Agencies, CS/CS/HB 437 — Community Development Districts, HB 861 — Local Government Financial Reporting, HB 6017 — Small-scale Comprehensive Plan Amendments, CS/CS/HB 7103 — Community Development and Housing, CS/CS/SB 96 — Police, Fire, and Search and Rescue Dogs and Police Horses, CS/SB 160 — Prohibited Acts in Connection with Obscene or Lewd Materials, SB 186 — Public Records/Victim of Mass Violence, CS/CS/CS/SB 248 — Public Records/Civilian Personnel Employed by a Law Enforcement Agency, CS/CS/HB 595 — Alcohol or Drug Overdose Prosecutions, CS/SB 828 — Lewd or Lascivious Exhibition, HB 7059 — OGSR/Concealed Carry License/DACS, HB 525 — Renaming of Florida College System Institutions, CS/CS/HB 547 — Stanley G. Tate Florida Prepaid College Program, HB 7001 — OGSR/State University DSO Research Funding, SB 7018 — OGSR/Public Research Facility/Animal Research, CS/CS/SB 7030 — Implementation of Legislative Recommendations of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission, All 2019 summaries for Environment and Natural Resources, SB 320 — Residential Conservation Programs, SB 1552 — Florida Red Tide Mitigation and Technology Development Initiative, SR 1820 — Moratorium on Drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, All 2019 summaries for Ethics and Elections, CS/HB 281 — Public Records/Voters and Voter Registration, CS/HB 7023 — Public Records/Financial Disclosure, All 2019 summaries for Governmental Oversight and Accountability, CS/SB 1306 — Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, HB 5301 — Information Technology Reorganization, SB 7016 — State-administered Retirement Systems, CS/HB 19 — Prescription Drug Importation Programs, CS/CS/CS/SB 182 — Medical Use of Marijuana, CS/CS/SB 366 — Infectious Disease Elimination Programs, CS/CS/HB 375 — Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, CS/HB 411 — Nonemergency Medical Transportation Services, CS/CS/HB 501 — Alternative Treatment Options for Veterans, HB 549 — Continuing Education for Dentists, HB 1045 — Closing the Gap Grant Proposals, CS/CS/HB 1253 — Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, HB 7003 — OGSR/Alzheimer’s Disease Research Grant Advisory Board, HB 7009 — OGSR/Identification and Location Information/Department of Health, All 2019 summaries for Infrastructure and Security, SB 64 — Transportation Facility Designations/Officer Lance Christian Whitaker Highway, CS/CS/HB 87 — Registration and Titling of Vehicles and Vessels, CS/HB 107 — Wireless Communications While Driving, CS/CS/SB 252 — Driver License, Identification Card, and Motor Vehicle Registration Applications, CS/HB 341 — Motor Vehicles and Railroad Trains, CS/CS/CS/HB 475 — Certificates of Title for Vessels, CS/CS/CS/HB 905 — Department of Transportation, HB 7011 — OGSR/Division of Emergency Management, SB 7034 — OGSR/Automated License Plate Recognition System, SB 7036 — OGSR/Payment of Toll on Toll Facilities/Identifying Information, All 2019 summaries for Innovation, Industry, and Technology, CS/CS/HB 327 — Pub. 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