Bill Text: FL S0600 | 2020 | Regular Session | Enrolled

Bill Title: Florida Statutes

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)

Status: (Passed) 2020-02-13 - Chapter No. 2020-4 [S0600 Detail]

Download: Florida-2020-S0600-Enrolled.html
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    2         An act relating to the Florida Statutes; amending ss.
    3         39.202, 106.07, 206.028, 216.102, 250.03, 250.08,
    4         250.115, 259.032, and 286.29, F.S., and repealing s.
    5         260.017, F.S., to conform to the directive of the
    6         Legislature in section 9 of chapter 2012-116, Laws of
    7         Florida, codified as section 11.242(5)(j), Florida
    8         Statutes, to prepare a reviser’s bill to omit all
    9         statutes and laws, or parts thereof, which grant
   10         duplicative, redundant, or unused rulemaking
   11         authority; providing an effective date.
   13  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
   15         Section 1. Paragraph (b) of subsection (7) of section
   16  39.202, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   17         39.202 Confidentiality of reports and records in cases of
   18  child abuse or neglect.—
   19         (7) The department shall make and keep reports and records
   20  of all cases under this chapter and shall preserve the records
   21  pertaining to a child and family until the child who is the
   22  subject of the record is 30 years of age, and may then destroy
   23  the records.
   24         (b) The department may adopt rules regarding the format,
   25  storage, retrieval, and release of such records.
   26         Section 2. Subsection (9) of section 106.07, Florida
   27  Statutes, is amended to read:
   28         106.07 Reports; certification and filing.—
   29         (9) The Department of State may prescribe by rule the
   30  requirements for filing campaign treasurers’ reports as set
   31  forth in this chapter.
   32         Section 3. Subsection (2) of section 206.028, Florida
   33  Statutes, is amended to read:
   34         206.028 Costs of investigation; department to charge
   35  applicants; contracts with private companies authorized.—
   36         (2) The department may, by rule, determine the manner of
   37  payment of its anticipated costs and the procedure for filing
   38  applications for eligibility in conjunction with payment of
   39  those costs.
   40         Section 4. Subsection (6) of section 216.102, Florida
   41  Statutes, is amended to read:
   42         216.102 Filing of financial information; handling by Chief
   43  Financial Officer; penalty for noncompliance.—
   44         (6) The Chief Financial Officer may adopt rules to
   45  administer this section.
   46         Section 5. Section 250.03, Florida Statutes, is amended to
   47  read:
   48         250.03 Military law of the state.—Federal laws that relate
   49  to the Florida National Guard, and that are not inconsistent
   50  with the State Constitution or state law, are part of the
   51  military laws of the state. The Governor of Florida, as
   52  commander in chief, may perform all acts and make and publish
   53  rules to raise and keep the Florida National Guard at the
   54  standard required by the laws of the United States and the rules
   55  and regulations of the Secretary of Defense governing the
   56  National Guard.
   57         Section 6. Section 250.08, Florida Statutes, is amended to
   58  read:
   59         250.08 Florida National Guard organized.—The Governor of
   60  Florida may perform all acts, and make and publish all rules, as
   61  he or she considers necessary to organize or reorganize the
   62  Florida National Guard, in conformity to federal law and the
   63  rules, regulations, and proclamations of the President of the
   64  United States or the Department of Defense relating to the
   65  National Guard of this state or the United States.
   66         Section 7. Paragraph (b) of subsection (4) of section
   67  250.115, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   68         250.115 Department of Military Affairs direct-support
   69  organization.—
   70         (4) USE OF PROPERTY.—
   71         (b) The Department of Military Affairs may prescribe by
   72  rule any condition with which a direct-support organization
   73  organized under this section must comply in order to use
   74  property, facilities, or personal services of the Department of
   75  Military Affairs.
   76         Section 8. Subsection (11) of section 259.032, Florida
   77  Statutes, is amended to read:
   78         259.032 Conservation and recreation lands.—
   79         (11) The board of trustees may adopt rules to further
   80  define the categories of land for acquisition under this
   81  chapter.
   82         Section 9. Section 260.017, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
   83         Section 10. Subsection (2) of section 286.29, Florida
   84  Statutes, is amended to read:
   85         286.29 Climate-friendly public business.—The Legislature
   86  recognizes the importance of leadership by state government in
   87  the area of energy efficiency and in reducing the greenhouse gas
   88  emissions of state government operations. The following shall
   89  pertain to all state agencies when conducting public business:
   90         (2) State agencies shall contract for meeting and conference
   91         space only with hotels or conference facilities that have
   92         received the “Green Lodging” designation from the
   93         Department of Environmental Protection for best practices
   94         in water, energy, and waste efficiency standards, unless
   95         the responsible state agency head makes a determination
   96         that no other viable alternative exists. The Department of
   97         Environmental Protection is authorized to adopt rules to
   98         implement the “Green Lodging” program.
   99         Reviser’s note.—This act amends or repeals provisions of the
  100         Florida Statutes pursuant to the directive of the
  101         Legislature in s. 9, ch. 2012-116, Laws of Florida,
  102         codified as s. 11.242(5)(j), Florida Statutes, to prepare a
  103         reviser’s bill to omit all statutes and laws, or parts
  104         thereof, which grant duplicative, redundant, or unused
  105         rulemaking authority.
  106         Section 11. This act shall take effect on the 60th day
  107  after adjournment sine die of the session of the Legislature in
  108  which enacted.