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FLS2502PassIncorporating by reference certain calculations of the Florida Education Finance Program; providing that funds for instructional materials must be released and expended as required in specified proviso language; revising the academic terms in which c...
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2019-06-24
Chapter No. 2019-116, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 5301 (Ch. 2019-118), CS/HB 7099 (Ch. 2019-142), CS/SB 190 (Ch. 2019-103), SB 2500 (Ch. 2019-115)
FLS0500FailProhibiting the importing into the state of, or the distributing, transporting, transferring, selling, or giving of, an assault weapon or large-capacity magazine; prohibiting the possession of an assault weapon or large-capacity magazine; providing e...
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2019-05-03
Died in Criminal Justice
FLS0472FailDeleting provisions relating to the effect of a declaration by a court of last resort that the death penalty in a capital felony is unconstitutional; deleting provisions relating to representation in death penalty cases; deleting a public records exe...
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2019-05-03
Died in Criminal Justice
FLS0734FailRequiring a certain application to provide the applicant with the option to fulfill any court-ordered financial obligation associated with a case by enrolling in a payment plan or by completing community service if ordered by the court; revising requ...
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2019-05-03
Died in Criminal Justice, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 7125 (Ch. 2019-167)
FLS0818FailAuthorizing public defenders and regional counsel to have access to persons held in a facility licensed under chapter 394 or chapter 397; requiring that respondents with a serious mental illness be afforded essential elements of care and placed in a ...
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2019-05-03
Died in Judiciary
FLS0004PassDeleting provisions that have expired, have become obsolete, have had their effect, have served their purpose, or have been impliedly repealed or superseded, etc.
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2019-04-04
Chapter No. 2019-3
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