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FLS0082PassModifying provisions governing general independent expenditure disclaimers to conform to changes made by the act; removing an exemption for text messages from certain requirements governing political advertisement disclaimers to conform to changes ma...
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2021-06-09
Chapter No. 2021-49
FLS7072PassProhibiting a social media platform from willfully deplatforming a candidate; providing requirements for public contracts and economic incentives related to entities that have been convicted or held civilly liable for antitrust violations; providing ...
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2021-05-25
Chapter No. 2021-32, companion bill(s) passed, see SB 7074 (Ch. 2021-33)
FLS1890PassProviding a limitation on contributions made to political committees sponsoring or opposing a constitutional amendment proposed by initiative; preempting counties, municipalities, and other local governmental entities from enacting or adopting any li...
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2021-05-11
Chapter No. 2021-16
FLS0656FailRevising requirements for the uniform statewide voter registration application and the acceptance of such applications; deleting an exemption from public records requirements for information related to a voter registration applicant's or voter's prio...
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2021-04-30
Died in Ethics and Elections, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/SB 90 (Ch. 2021-11), CS/CS/SB 1890 (Ch. 2021-16)
FLS0798FailRevising conditions under which the voting disqualification for a person's conviction of a felony, other than murder or a felony sexual offense, terminates; requiring certain entities to provide certain notification to the Department of State followi...
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2021-04-30
Died in Ethics and Elections
FLH0741FailRevises conditions under which voting disqualification for person's conviction of felony, other than murder or felony sexual offense, terminates; provides notice requirements; provides that full amount of fines or fees owed is waived if departmen...
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2021-04-30
Died in Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
FLS1756FailProhibiting a person from qualifying as a candidate for state, district, county, or municipal office in certain circumstances; providing requirements for the check with which a candidate's qualifying fee is paid; providing requirements for the notice...
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2021-04-30
Died in Ethics and Elections
FLH1365FailProhibits person from qualifying as candidate for state, district, county, or municipal office in certain circumstances; provides requirements for check with which candidate's qualifying fee is paid; provides checks for a campaign account may not...
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2021-04-30
Died in Public Integrity & Elections Committee
FLH0659Intro

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Establishes sponsorship identification disclaimer requirements for certain text messages; modifies existing requirements governing telephone call disclaimers; requires specified persons & organizations sending paid text messages to have & maintain re...
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2021-04-27
Laid on Table, refer to SB 82
FLH7013Intro

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Creates cause of action against social media platform for unlawful practices related to censoring deplatforming or shadow banning; specifies instances when private cause of action may be brought; specifies calculation of damages; specifies powers of ...
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2021-04-27
Laid on Table; companion bill(s) passed, see SB 7072 (Ch. 2021-32)
FLH0699Intro

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Provides limitation on contributions made to political committees sponsoring constitutional amendment proposed by initiative; specifies conditions upon which limitation no longer applies; prohibits candidate from donating surplus funds to charitable ...
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2021-04-23
Laid on Table; companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/SB 1890 (Ch. 2021-16)
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