Legislative Research: FL S1020 | 2012 | Regular Session
Florida Senate Joint Resolution 1020 (Prior Session Legislation)
|Revising the definition for "related interest"; clarifying that an institution may impose a fee for the settlement of a check under certain circumstances; providing legislative intent, etc.|
[S1020 2013 Detail][S1020 2013 Text][S1020 2013 Comments]
Died in Judiciary
|Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to prohibit the naming of public buildings and facilities for a person not deceased for a certain period of time unless approved by a four-fifths vote of the governmental body enacting the designation,...|
[S1020 2012 Detail][S1020 2012 Text][S1020 2012 Comments]
Died in Governmental Oversight and Accountability
|Re-creates the Federal Grants Trust Fund within the Department of Legal Affairs without modification. Abrogates provisions relating to the termination of the trust fund, to conform.|
[S1020 2011 Detail][S1020 2011 Text][S1020 2011 Comments]
Ordered enrolled -SJ 417
|Provides that an agency inspector general may be appointed by the agency head after 14 days notice, in writing, to the Governor. Requires each state agency to include in its legislative budget request for the 2011-2012 fiscal year the transfer of pos...|
[S1020 2010 Detail][S1020 2010 Text][S1020 2010 Comments]
Died in Committee on Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and Means
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