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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    Members of the House of Representatives
        Page ii
        Page iii
    June 1981
        Friday, June 5
            Page 1
            Page 2
            Page 3
        Monday, June 15
            Page 4
            Page 5
        Tuesday, June 16
            Page 6
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
            Page 12
            Page 13
            Page 14
            Page 15
            Page 16
    Index
        Contents
            Page 17
        Members of the House with Bills Sponsored
            Page 18
            Page 19
        Bills and Resolutions Sponsored by Committees
            Page 20
        Miscellaneous Subjects
            Page 20
        Vetoed Bills
            Page 20
        Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials
            Page 21
        House Bills and Resolutions by Number, Subject, Sponsor and Disposition
            Page 22
        Senate Bills and Resolutions (Received in House) by Number, Subject, Sponsor and Disposition
            Page 22
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Journa



I



of the

House of Representatives



Special



Session



of the



Seventh Legislature
under the Constitution as Revised in 1968




JUNE 5 through JUNE 16, 1981



Including a record of transmittal of Acts subsequent to sine die adjournment








MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
"[Democrats in Roman (81) ; Republicans in Italic (39)]
District



District



Part of Escambia
1 Grover C. Robinson, III, Pensacola
2 Thomas R. "Tom" Patterson, Pensacola
3 Clyde H. "Jack" Hagler, Pensacola

Okaloosa, parts of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Walton
4 Bolley L. "Bo" Johnson, Gulf Breeze
5 Kenneth E. "Ken" Boles, Fort Walton
6 James G. Ward, Fort Walton Beach

Holmes, parts of Jackson, Walton, Washington
7 Sam Mitchell, Vernon

Parts of Bay, Walton, Washington
8 Ronald Clyde "Ron" Johnson, Panama City

Calhoun, Gulf, parts of Bay, Gadsden, Jackson, Liberty
9 Leonard J. Hall, Callaway

Franklin, parts of Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty,
Taylor, Wakulla
10 James Harold Thompson, Quincy

Leon, parts of Jefferson, Madison, Wakulla
11 Don C. Price, Tallahassee
12 Herbert F. "Herb" Morgan, Tallahassee

Columbia, Hamilton, parts of Madison, Suwannee
13 Wayne Hollingsworth, Lake City

Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy, parts of
Hernando, Marion, Suwannee, Taylor
14 Gene Hodges, Cedar Key

Baker, Nassau, parts of Duval, Union
15 George A. Crady, Yulee

Part of Duval
16 Arnett E. Girardeau, D.D.S., Jacksonville
17 John Thomas, Jacksonville
18 John W. Lewis, III, Jacksonville
19 Andrew E. "Andy" Johnson, Jacksonville
20 Carl Ogden, Jacksonville
21 Thomas L. "Tommy" Hazouri, Jacksonville
22 Steve Pajcic, Jacksonville
23 Frederick B. "Fred" Tygart, Jacksonville
24 William G. "Bill" Bankhead, Jacksonville

Bradford, Clay, part of St. Johns
25 Frank Williams, Starke

Alachua, parts of Marion, Putnam, Union
26 Sidney "Sid" Martin, Hawthorne
27 Jon L. Mills, Gainesville

Parts of Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns
28 Hamilton D. Upchurch, Elkton

Volusia, part of Flagler
29 Tom C. Brown, Port Orange
30 Samuel P. Bell, III, Ormond Beach
31 T. K. Wetherell, Allandale



Parts of Lake, Marion
32 Christian "Chris" Meffert, Ocala

Parts of Orange, Seminole
33 Bob Hattaway, Altamonte Springs
Parts of Lake, Marion, Seminole
34 Bobby Brantley, Longwood
Parts of Lake, Marion, Sumter
35 Everett A. Kelly, Astatula

Parts of Hernando, Pasco, Polk, Sumter
36 Charles R. "Chuck" Smith, Brooksville
Parts of Pasco, Pinellas
37 Ronald R. "Ron" Richmond, Holiday
Part of Orange
38 Bruce McEwan, Orlando
39 Daniel Webster, Orlando
40 Richard "Rich" Crotty, Orlando
41 Fran Carlton, Orlando
42 Thomas B. "Tom" Drage, Jr., Orlando
43 Dick J. Batchelor, Orlando
Parts of Brevard, Orange, Seminole
44 Jason Steele, Rockledge
45 Winston W. "Bud" Gardner, Jr., Titusville
46 Marilyn Evans-Jones, Melbourne
47 Timothy D. "Tim" Deratany, Indialantic

Indian River, parts of Brevard, Okeechobee, Osceola,
St. Lucie
48 R. Dale Patchett, Vero Beach
Parts of Highlands, Osceola, Polk
49 Robert B. "Bob" Crawford, Winter Haven
50 Beverly B. Burnsed, Lakeland
51 Gene Ready, Lakeland
52 C. Fred Jones, Auburndale



Part
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61



of Pinellas
Peter M. "Pete" Dunbar. Crystal Beach
S. Curtis "Curt" Kiser. Palm Harbor
James Harrison "Jim" Smith, Jr., Clearwater
Betty Easley, Larao
Dennis L. Jones, D.C., Treasure Island
Georae F. Hieber, II. St. Petersburg
Robert E. "Bob" Melby, O.D., St. Petersburg
T. M. "Tom" Woodruff, St. Petersburg
Dorothy Eaton Sample, St. Petersburg



Parts of Hillsborough, Polk
62 Carl Carpenter, Jr., Plant City
63 S. L. "Spud" Clements, Jr., Brandon
64 John A. Grant, Jr., Tampa
65 James S. "Trooper Jim" Foster, Odessa



Part
66
67
68
69
70



of Hillsborough
H. Lee Moffitt, Tampa
Elvin L. Martinez, Tampa
Richard S. "Dick" Hodes, M.D., Tampa
George H. Sheldon, Tampa
Helen Gordon Davis, Tampa








District
Hardee, parts of Manatee, Sarasota
71 Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Palmetto
72 Lawrence F. "Larry" Shackelford, Palmetto

Parts of Charlotte, Manatee, Sarasota
73 Thomas E. "Tom" Danson, Jr., Sarasota
74 Ted Ewing, Venice

DeSoto, parts of Charlotte, Highlands, Sarasota
75 Frederic H. "Fred" Burrall, Port Charlotte

Parts of Martin, St. Lucie
76 Charles L. "Chuck" Nergard, Port St. Lucie

Parts of Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach
77 William G. "Doc" Myers, M.D., Hobe Sound

Parts of Broward, Palm Beach
78 Ray Liberti, West Palm Beach
79 Eleanor Weinstock, Palm Beach
80 James L. "Jim" Watt, Lake Park
81 Reid Moore, Jr., Palm Beach
82 Bernard "Doc" Kimmel, M.D., West Palm Beach
83 Frank S. Messersmith, Lake Worth



of Broward
Thomas J. "Tom" Bush, Fort Lauderdale
Terence T. "Terry" O'Malley, Lauderhill
Linda C. Cox, Fort Lauderdale
Robert M. Woodburn, D.D.S., Wilton Manors
Tom Gustafson, Fort Lauderdale



Collier, Glades, parts of Hendry, Highlands, Lee
89 Mary Ellen Hawkins, Naples



District
Parts of Charlotte, Hendry, Lee
90 Franklin B. Mann, Fort Myers
91 Hugh Paul Nuckolls, Fort Myers
Parts of Broward, Dade
92 Tom McPherson, Fort Lauderdale
93 Harold Joseph Dyer, Hollywood
94 Frederick "Fred" Lippman, Hollywood
95 Walter C. "Walt" Young, Pembroke Pines
96 Lawrence J. "Larry" Smith, Hollywood
97 David J. Lehman, M.D., Hollywood



Part
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119



of Dade
Elaine Gordon, North Miami
Barry Kutun, Miami Beach
Virginia L. Rosen, North Miami
Harold W. "Hal" Spaet, Miami Beach
Michael Friedman, Miami Beach
Ronald A. "Ron" Silver, North Miami Beach
William Ray Hodges, Hialeah
Joe Lang Kershaw, Miami
Carrie P. Meek, Miami
A. M. "Tony" Fontana, Miami Lakes
Robert R. "Bob" Reynolds, Miami Lakes
Joseph M. "Joe" Gersten, South Miami
Roberta Fox, Miami
C. Thomas "Tom" Gallagher, III, Coconut Grove
Lawrence H. "Larry" Plummer, Coconut Grove
William E. "Bill" Sadowski, Miami
John "Gus" Plummer, Miami
James K. "Jim" Brodie, Miami
Dexter W. Lehtinen, Perrine
Scott W. McPherson, Miami
Charles A. "Charlie" Hall, Miami
Lawrence R. "Larry" Hawkins, Miami



Monroe, part of Dade
120 Joseph B. "Joe" Allen, Jr., Key West



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Speaker-Ralph H. Haben, Jr.
Speaker pro tempore-Barry Kutun



Clerk-Allen Morris
Sergeant at Arms-Wayne Westmark



Part
84
85
86
87
88
















71e Jou 'al OF THE


VNouse oNf eI Npreseqitati ves


SECOND SPECIAL SESSION--"B" of 198.0-1982



Friday, June 5, 1981


Journal of the House of Representatives for a Special Session of the Seventh Legislature under the Consti-
tution as Revised in 1968, convened by Joint Proclamation of the President of the Senate and the Speaker
of the House of Representatives and held at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee, in the State of Florida,
on Friday, June 5, 1981.



The House was called to order at 3:00 p.m. by the Honorable
Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker, pursuant to the following joint
proclamation, which was read by the Clerk, Dr. Allen Morris:

The Florida Legislature
Joint Proclamation
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA
SENATE AND THE FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESEN-
TATIVES:
We, W. D. Childers, President of the Florida Senate, and
Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker of the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives, by virtue of the authority vested in us by Section 3,
Article III, Florida Constitution and Section 11.011, Florida
Statutes, do hereby proclaim:
1. That the Legislature of the State of Florida is convened
in Special Session pursuant to Section 3(c), Article III,
Florida Constitution and Section 11.011, Florida Statutes,
at the Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida, at 3:00 P.M., on
Friday, the 5th of June, 1981, for a period of twenty con-
secutive days, ending midnight, Wednesday, June 24, 1981.
2. That the Legislature is convened for the sole and ex-
clusive purposes of consideration of the following matters:
(1) The General Appropriations Bill.
(2) Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO).
(3) The implementation or funding of items contained in
the General Appropriations Bill or PECO.
W. D. CHILDERS RALPH H. HABEN, JR.
President, Speaker,
The Florida Senate The Florida House of
Representatives



June 5, 1981



June 5, 1981



Duly filed with and received
by the Florida Department of
State this 5th day of June,
1981.
by GEORGE FIRESTONE



The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
.Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fontana
Foster



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W.R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representative R. C. Johnson, due to death in the
family.

A quorum was present.

Committee Assignments

The Speaker announced, for this Special Session, the reap-
pointment of the present membership of the Committee on
Appropriations. Those are: Morgan (Chairman), Carlton (Vice
Chairman), Batchelor, Bell, Burnsed, Burrall, Carpenter, Crotty,
Easley, Fox, Gallagher, Gardner, Gordon, Gustafson, Hagler,
Hattaway, Hazouri, G. Hodges, C. F. Jones, Kutun, Lippman,
Mann, Martin, Mills, Moffitt, Pajcic, Sadowski, Sheldon,
Thompson, Tygart, Upchurch, Ward, Weinstock, Young.

He further announced, for this Special Session, that the mem-
bership of the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Rules
& Calendar would be the conferees on HB's 1-B and 2-B. Those
conferees are: Morgan, Mann, Bell, Easley, Mills, Burnsed,
Gardner, Kutun, Gallagher, Moffitt, Kiser, Gustafson; with
alternates Carlton, Pajcic, and Burrall.
1










JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Introduction and Reference
By Representatives Morgan, Carlton, Mills, Gardner, and
Mann-
HB 1-B-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1981
and ending June 30, 1982, except as otherwise provided within,
to pay Salaries, Other Expenses, Capital Outlay-Buildings
and Improvements and for Other Specified Purposes of the
various agencies of state government; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and taken up by waiver of
the rule. On motions by Rep. Morgan, the rules were waived
and HB 1-B was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-118



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter :
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis...
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fontana
Foster
Nays-Noine



Fox Lehman
Friedman Lehtinen
Gallagher Lewis
Gardner Liberti
Gersten Lippman
Girardeau Mann
Gordon Martin
Grant Martinez
Gustafson McEwan
Hagler McPherson, S.
Hall, C. A. McPherson, T.
Hall, L. J. Meek
Hattaway Meffert
:Hawkins, L.R. Melby
Hawkins,M E. Messersmith
Hazouri Mills
Hieber Mitchell
.Hodes : Moffitt
Hodges,' G. Moore -
Hodges, W.R. Morgan
Hollingsworth Myers
Johnson, A. E. Nergard
Johnson, B. L. Nuckolls
Jones, C. F. Ogden
Jones, D. L. O'Malley
Kelly Pajcic
Kershaw Patchett
Kimmel Patterson
Kiser Plummer, J.
Kutun Plummer, L. H.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith,' J.H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch '
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams ....
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



priations for specified capital outlay projects from the Public
Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund, the
General Revenue Fund, and the Capital Improvement Fee Trust
Fund; repealing sections 9, 10, and 11 of chapter 80-414, Laws
of Florida, relating to review and repeal of chapter 235, Florida
Statutes; providing for repeal and legislative review; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and taken up by waiver of
the rule. On motions by Rep. Morgan, the rules were waived
and HB 2-B was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-117



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Fontana
Foster
Fox
Nays-None



Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehman



Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
.Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.



Messages from the Senate



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate. The HonorableRalph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker

By Representatives Morgan, Mann, Carpenter, Bell, Moffitt I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
and Young- the Senate has adopted SCR 1-B and requests the concurrence

o of the House.



HB 2-B--A: bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities construction and funding; amending, creating and
repealing various sections in chapter 235, Florida Statutes,
and Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, expanding the defini-
tions of educational capital outlay terms, renaming the Office
of Educational Facilities Construction, and reorganizing cer-
tain responsibilities of the office, the State Board of Educa-
tion, and the Commissioner of Education; modifying certain
standards relating to safety, sanitation, sites, facilities design,
construction techniques, new construction, day labor projects,
and the State Uniform Building Code; developing a new formula
for the allocation of the Public Education Capital Outlay and
Debt Service Trust Fund for new construction and for main-
tenance, renovation, remodeling, and repair; providing for
priority lists for postsecondary education; creating a new
Special Facility Construction Account; deleting a needs formula
at the state level and a priority expenditure list required by
the state; creating a new financial reporting procedure for the
Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund;
creating a new budget request system; amending s. 215.61(3),
Florida Statutes, .relating to capital outlay bonds, to provide
that certain estimates shall be used to determine fiscal suffi-
ciency; amending s. 215.79, Florida Statutes, relating to the
maturity and redemption of refunding bonds; amending ss. 240.-
295(1) and (2)(d), 240.327 and 240.531(5), Florida Statutes, and
repealing s. 240.297, Florida Statutes, relating to university
and community college facilities, to conform; providing appro-



Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Dunn-
SCR 1-B--A concurrent resolution adjourning the Legislature.
Be It Resolved by the Senate of the State of Florida, the House
of Representatives Concurring:
The Florida Legislature shall stand adjourned until Monday,
June 15, 1981 at 1:00 p.m. or at the earlier call of the Speaker
of the House and the President of the Florida Senate.
-was read the first time by title.

Representative Bell offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 9, after "p.m." strike all line
9 and all language in lines 10 and 11.
Rep. Bell moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Rep. Bell, the rules were waived and SCR 1-B,
as amended, was read the second time in full, adopted, and
under the rule, immediately certified to the Senate after en-
grossment.



2



June 5, 1981










JOURNAL OF THE HOUSI



The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendments-
By Representative Morgan and others-
HB 1-B-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1981
and ending June 30, 1982, except as otherwise provided within,
to pay salaries, other expenses, capital outlay-buildings and
improvements and for other specified purposes of the various
agencies of state government; providing an effective date.
(Senate Amendments 1 and 2, constituting the text of a new
bill, attached to original bill)
-and requests the concurrence of the House.
The President of the Senate has appointed Senators Gordon,
Johnston, Hair, Jenne, Margolis, Tobiassen, Grizzle, McKnight,
Maxwell, Thomas, Peterson, Scott, and Frank as the Conferees
on the part of the Senate. Alternates are Kirkpatrick, McClain,
Stuart and/or Vogt.



June 5, 1981



Joe Brown, Secretary -and requests the concurrence of the House.



The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendments-
By Representative Morgan and others-
HB 2-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities construction and funding; amending, creating and re-
pealing various sections in chapter 235, Florida Statutes, and
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, expanding the definitions
of educational capital outlay terms, renaming the Office of
Educational Facilities Construction, and reorganizing certain
responsibilities of the office, the State Board of Education, and
the Commissioner of Education; modifying certain standards
relating to safety, sanitation, sites, facilities design, construc-
tion techniques, new construction, day labor projects, and the
State Uniform Building Code; developing a new formula for
the allocation of the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund for new construction and for maintenance,
renovation, remodeling, and repair; providing for priority lists



The President of the Senate has appointed Senators Gordon,
Johnston, Hair, Jenne, Margolis, Tobiassen, Grizzle, McKnight,
Maxwell, Thomas, Peterson, Scott, and Frank as the Con-
ferees on the part of the Senate. Alternates are Kirkpatrick,
McClain, Stuart and/or Vogt.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The Speaker appointed Representatives Morgan, Mann, Bell,
Easley, Mills, Burnsed, Gardner, Kutun, Gallagher, Moffitt,
Kiser, and Gustafson as Conferees on the part of the House, with
Representatives Carlton, Pajcic and Burrall as Alternates, on
HB's 1-B and 2-B. The action was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Adjournment

On motion by Rep. Bell, the House adjourned at 3:45 p.m.
to reconvene at 1:00 p.m., Monday, June 15.



E OF REPRESENTATIVES 3

for postsecondary education; creating a new Special Facility
Construction Account; deleting a needs formula at the state
level and a priority expenditure list required by the state;
creating a new financial reporting procedure for the Public
Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund; creat-
ing a new budget request system; amending s. 215.61(3),
Florida Statutes, relating to capital outlay bonds, to provide
that certain estimates shall be used to determine fiscal suffi-
ciency; amending s. 215.79, Florida Statutes, relating to the
maturity and redemption of refunding bonds; amending ss.
240.295(1) and (2)(d), 240.327 and 240.531(5), Florida Stat-
utes, and repealing s. 240.297, Florida Statutes, relating to
university and community college facilities, to conform; pro-
viding appropriations for specified capital outlay projects from
the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust
Fund, the General Revenue Fund, and the Capital Improvement
Fee Trust Fund; repealing sections 9, 10, and 11 of chapter
80-414, Laws of Florida, relating to review and repeal of chap-
ter 235, Florida Statutes; providing for repeal and legislative
review; providing an effective date.
(Senate Amendments 1 and 2, constituting the text of a new
bill, attached to original bill)
















lOU Jouri OF THE


'House of Iepresetitatives

SECOND SPECIAL SESSION-"B" of 1980-1982



Monday, June 15, 1981



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:00 p.m.
The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton.
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage :;
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fontana
Foster
Fox



Friedman Lehman
Gallagher Lehtinen
Gardner Lewis
Gersten Liberti
Girardeau Lippman
Gordon Mann
Grant Martin
Gustafson Martinez
Hagler McEwan
Hall, C. A. McPherson, S.
Hall, L. J. McPherson, T.
Hattaway Meek
Hawkins, L. R. Meffert
Hawkins, M. E. Melby
Hazouri Messersmith
Hieber Mills
Hodes Mitchell
Hodges, G. Moffitt
Hodges, W. R. Moore
Hollingsworth Morgan
Johnson, A. E. Myers
Johnson, B. L. Nergard
Johnson, R. C. Nuckolls
Jones, C. F. Ogden
Jones, D. L. O'Malley
Kelly Pajcic
Kershaw Patchett
Kimmel Patterson
Kiser Plummer, J.
Kutun Plummer, L. H.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representative Allen

A quorum was present.

Prayer
Prayer was offered by Representative John W. Lewis, III.

Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.

The Journal
The Journals of June 5, Regular and Special Sessions, were
approved as corrected.

Communication from the Governor
The following proclamation was read by the Clerk, Dr. Morris:

PROCLAMATION
State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA
SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
4



WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida con-
vened in Regular Session for the year 1981 on April 7, 1981
and adjourned the Regular Session of 1981, sine die, on June
5, 1981, and
WHEREAS, the President of the Senate and the Speaker of
the House of Representatives by Joint Proclamation dated
June 5, 1981, convened the Legislature in Special Session for
a period of twenty consecutive days beginning at 3:00 p.m. on
Friday, June 5, 1981, and
WHEREAS, the Legislature, during the Regular Session of
1981 failed to enact a General Appropriations Act or provide
adequate financing for necessary programs and activities of
State Government, and
WHEREAS, there exist other matters of urgent and vital
interest to the needs and welfare of all citizens of the State of
Florida.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, BOB GRAHAM, as Governor of the
State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty and
by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Article
III, Section 3, Florida Constitution (1968), and Section 11.011,
Florida Statutes, do hereby proclaim that the Legislature shall,
in addition to the items set forth in the Joint Proclamation
dated June 5, 1981, consider during the Special Session, legis-
lation relating to:
(1) Assistance to local government to provide funding for
the construction and renovation of local correctional facilities;
(2) Assistance to local government to provide funding for
local transportation and law enforcement programs;
(3) Exemption of inventories from ad valorem taxation and
repealing reimbursement of previous rate reductions through
the Local Government Exemption Trust Fund.
(4) Providing circumstances for temporary custody by a
mother of an infant born to such mother while an inmate in a
State Correctional Institution.

S IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capitol,
this 12th day of June A.D. 1981.
BOB GRAHAM
Governor
ATTEST:
GEORGE FIRESTONE
Secretary of State



Messages from the Senate

The following revised messages were received:


The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendments-









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



By Representative Morgan and others-
HB 1-B-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
Providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1,
1981 and ending June 30, 1982, except as otherwise provided
within, to pay salaries, other expenses, capital outlay buildings
and improvements and for other specified purposes of the
various agencies of state government; providing an effective
date.
(Senate Amendments 1 and 2, constituting the text of a new
bill, attached to original bill)
-and requests the concurrence of the House.
The President of the Senate has appointed Senators Gordon,
Johnston, Hair, Jenne, Margolis, Tobiassen, Grizzle, Mc-
Knight, Maxwell, Thomas, Peterson and Scott, as the Conferees
on the part of the Senate. Alternates are Senators Kirkpatrick,
McClain, Stuart and/or Vogt.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendments-
By Representative Morgan and others-
HB 2-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities construction and funding; amending, creating and re-
pealing various sections in chapter 235, Florida Statutes, and
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, expanding the definitions of
educational capital outlay terms, renaming the Office of Educa-
tional Facilities Construction, and reorganizing certain responsi-
bilities of the office, the State Board of Education, and the Com-
missioner of Education; modifying certain standards relating
to safety, sanitation, sites, facilities design, construction tech-
niques, new construction, day labor projects, and the State
Uniform Building Code; developing a new formula for the
allocation of the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund for new construction and for maintenance,
renovation, remodeling, and repair; providing for priority lists
for postsecondary education; creating a new Special Facility
Construction Account; deleting a needs formula at the state



level and a priority expenditure list required by the state;
creating a new financial reporting procedure for the Public
Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund; creating
a new budget request system; amending s. 215.61(3), Florida
Statutes, relating to capital outlay bonds, to provide that cer-
tain estimates shall be used to determine fiscal sufficiency;
amending s. 215.79, Florida Statutes, relating to the maturity
and redemption of refunding bonds; amending ss. 240.295(1)
and (2)(d), 240.327 and 240.531(5), Florida Statutes, and re-
pealing s. 240.297, Florida Statutes, relating to university and
community college facilities, to conform; providing appropria-
tions for specified capital outlay projects from the Public
Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund, the
General Revenue Fund, and the Capital Improvement Fee Trust
Fund; repealing sections 9, 10, and 11 of chapter 80-414, Laws
of Florida, relating to review and repeal of chapter 235, Florida
Statutes; providing for repeal and legislative review; provid-
ing an effective date.
(Senate Amendments 1 and 2, constituting the text of a new
bill, attached to original bill)
-and requests the concurrence of the House.
The President of the Senate has appointed Senators Peter-
son, Chairman; Margolis, Tobiassen, Maxwell and Frank as
Conferees on the part of the Senate.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Recess
The House stood in informal recess at 1:14 p.m. to reconvene
at 3:00 p.m. today.

Reconvene
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 3:00 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Recess
The House recessed at 3:04 p.m. to reconvene at 10:00 a.m.
tomorrow.



5



June 15, 1981
















0b .1tte J uf al OF THE


'House of preseqtatives


SECOND SPECIAL SESSION-"B" of 1980-1982



Tuesday, June 16, 1981


The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 a.m. Department of Revenue to conduct a study of the actual costs
The following Members were recorded present: of collection of the tax; requiring a report to the Legislature;
providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.



Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman Price
Lehtinen Ready
Lewis Reynolds
Liberti Richmond
Lippman Robinson
Mann Rosen
Martin Sadowski
Martinez Sample
McEwan Shackelford
McPherson, S. Sheldon
McPherson, T. Silver
Meek Smith, C. R.
Meffert Smith, J. H.
Melby Smith, L. J.
Messersmith Spaet
Mills Steele
Mitchell Thomas
Moffitt Thompson
Moore Upchurch
Morgan Ward
Myers Watt
Nergard Webster
Nuckolls Weinstock
Ogden Wetherell
O'Malley Williams
Pajcic Woodburn
Patchett Woodruff
Patterson Young
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.



Excused: Representative Tygart; Representative Bush, until
3:00 p.m.

A quorum was present.

Prayer
Prayer was offered by Representative Lawrence F. Shackel-
ford.

Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.

The Journal
The Journal of June 15 was corrected and approved as fol-
lows: On page 5, column 1, in Conferees on HB 1-B, strike
"Jennings" and insert "Jenne"

Introduction and Reference
By Representative Sample-
HB 3-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on
sales, use, and other transactions; amending s. 212.04(5), Florida
Statutes, 1980 Supplement, and s. 212.12(1), Florida Statutes;
reducing the dealer's credit for collecting said tax; directing the



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Woodruff--
HB 4-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
assistance; adding a new section to chapter 409, Florida Stat-
utes; providing legislative intent; providing for establishment of
a statewide public assistance workfare project or program to be
implemented only under certain circumstances; providing condi-
tions related to registration of recipients of public assistance,
criteria and procedures under which recipients are to be assigned
to perform certain public work, operation of the workfare
project or program, determination of hours in accordance with
certain wage rates, and loss of eligibility for public assistance;
providing for resolution of state/federal conflicts; providing for
promulgation of rules; providing an appropriation; requiring
the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to pro-
vide financial incentive for the establishment of a privately
administered pilot project to provide employment for AFDC
recipients; providing for application; providing criteria for ap-
proval of the project; providing for reimbursement of the
project administrators for up to 75 percent of the costs incurred
and documented, within certain limits; providing exclusions;
providing effective and expiration dates.

Rep. Woodruff moved that HB 4-B be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The vote was:

Yeas-68



Allen
Bankhead
Brantley
Brodie
Burrall
Carpenter
Clements
Crady
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Gallagher

Nays-44
The Chair
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton



Gardner
Grant
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Joines, D. L.
Kelly
Kimmel
Kiser
Lehtinen
Liberti



Cox
Davis
Dyer
Fontana
Foster
Fox
Friedman



Lippman
McEwan
McPherson, S.
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Patchett
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes



Ready
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Spaet
Steele
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff


Johnson, A. E.
Jones, C. F.
Kershaw
Kutun
Lehman
Lewis
Mann



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A digest of today's Chamber action appears on last page



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fontana
Foster
Fox









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Martin
McPherson, T.
Meek
Moffitt



Ogden
Pajcic
Patterson
Reynolds



Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith, L. J.
Thomas



Thompson
Weinstock
Wetherell
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gersten
Nays-Girardeau
Nays to Yeas-Hieber, A. E. Johnson
The motion was not agreed to by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote and HB 4-B was not admitted for introduction.

By Representative Crawford-
HB 5-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
creating s. 196.185, Florida Statutes; providing that items of
inventory shall be exempt from taxation; amending ss. 192.-
001(11)(c), 193.114(1)(b) and (3)(b), 194.032(13)(b), 195.027
(4)(a), 196.011(1), and 199.292(4), Florida Statutes, 1980 Sup-
plement, and s. 192.011, Florida Statutes, and repealing ss.
192.032(3) and (4)(d), 192.042(3), 193.052(1) (b), 193.062(2),
193.511, and 195.073(2)(a), Florida Statutes, and s. 196.032,
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, relating to assessment and
taxation of inventory, to conform; revising the definition of
inventory; providing that application for exemption need not
be filed; eliminating the Local Government Exemption Trust
Fund; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Kutun-
HB 6-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to community
revitalization; adding a subsection to s. 163.340(21), Florida
Statutes, to define community enterprise zone; amending s.
163.355, Florida Statutes, to include community enterprise
zones within provisions of the Community Redevelopment Act
of 1969, relating to the redevelopment of slum and blighted
areas; amending ss. 220.02(7) (a) and (8) (a), 220.03(1) (i), (m),
(n), (p) and (s), 220.181(1)(a), (2) and (3), 220.182(10),
(11) and (12), and 220.183(1)(c) and (2), Florida Statutes,
1980 Supplement, of the Florida Income Tax Code, relating to
job creation, economic revitalization, and community contri-
bution tax incentive credits, to conform references; amending
ss. 159.26, 159.27(5) and (19), 196.012(14) (b), and 288.606
(2) (a), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, to conform; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance and Taxation.

By Representative Kutun-
HB 7-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to economic
revitalization; adding a subsection to s. 220.02, Florida Stat-
utes, 1980 Supplement, providing for order of application of
credits; amending s. 220.03(1)(m), Florida Statutes, 1980 Sup-
plement; revising the definition of "new business" for pur-
poses of the economic revitalization tax incentive credit; amend-
ing s. 220.182(13), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement; specifying
the effect of the expiration of provisions granting said credit;
repealing s. 220.181(1) (b), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement;
deleting the requirement that an employee work for 6 months
prior to being eligible for the tax credit; transferring and
amending s. 220.183(3), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement;
transferring definitions; providing expiration dates; revising
the definition of "project" for purposes of the community con-
tribution tax credit; amending ss. 288.607(2) (a) and (5) (a) and
288.608(1) (b), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement; designating
as the "target area" the area served by a community develop-
ment corporation with respect to support and loan programs
under the Community Development Corporation Support and
Assistance Program; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Kutun-
HB 8-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to economic
revitalization; adding paragraph (d) to s. 220.181(1), Florida
Statutes, 1980 Supplement, and amending subsection (7); au-
thorizing carryover of unused economic revitalization jobs cre-



ation incentive credit; authorizing use of unused carry for-
ward credits after expiration of economic revitalization jobs
creation credit; amending s. 220.183(6) (a) and (8), Florida
Statutes, 1980 Supplement, and adding paragraph (4) (e) there-
to; authorizing such carryover for the community contribution
tax credit; authorizing use of unused carry forward credits
after expiration of the community contributions tax credit;
deleting the requirement that a proposal for granting of such
credit include a resolution of the local governmental unit
certifying that the project is consistent with local plans and
regulations; requiring the Department of Veteran and Com-
munity Affairs to determine that the project is consistent with
local plans and regulations; amending s. 220.182(1)(b), Flor-
ida Statutes, 1980 Supplement; providing for application of
credits and unused credit carryovers; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Kutun, Meek, Friedman, S. McPherson, and
Gordon-
HB 9-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to economic
development; providing legislative intent; providing defini-
tions; creating an Economic Development Financing Insurance
Trust Fund; creating the Economic Development Financing
Insurance Fund Board; providing for applications for financing
insurance; providing for approval of applications; providing
for uses of the insurance fund; providing effective and expira-
tion dates.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Sadowski-
HB 10-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to indemnifi-
cation for loss or damage of art and artifacts; creating ss.
265.51-265.56, Florida Statutes; providing for indemnification
against loss or damage for certain eligible items; providing for
an application for an indemnity agreement from the Department
of State; providing for review of applications for indemnifi-
cation coverage; providing limits on indemnification; providing
for claims; providing for payment of claims; requiring the
Department of State .to report to the Legislature; amending
s. 215.32(2) (c), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, as amended,
authorizing the State Comptroller to pay certain claims from
the Working Capital Fund; repealing Senate Bill 974, 1981
Regular Session, which relates to indemnification for loss or
damage of art and artifacts; providing an effective date.

On motion by Rep. Sadowski, agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote, HB 10-B was admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the
purview of the Call.

The bill was read the first time by title and taken up by
waiver of the rule. On motions by Rep. Sadowski, the rules
were waived and HB 10-B was read the second time by title
and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-113



Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis



Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
.Dyer
Easley
Ewing
Fontana
Foster
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway



Hawkins, L. R. Lehtinen
Hawkins, M. E. Lewis
Hazouri Liberti
Hieber Lippman
Hodes Mann
Hodges, G. Martin
Hodges, W. R. Martinez
Hollingsworth McEwan
Johnson, A. E. McPherson, S.
Johnson, B. L. McPherson, T.
Johnson, R. C. Meek
Jones, C. F. Meffert
Jones, D. L. Melby
Kelly Messersmith
Kershaw Mills
Kimmel Mitchell
Kiser Moffitt
Kutun Moore
Lehman Morgan



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June 16, 1981









JOURNAL OF THE :HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver



Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Watt



Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



.Nays-1
Evans-Jones

Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Girardeau, Gersten
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

By Representative Pajcic-
HB 11-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax admin-
istration; amending s. 220.03(1) (1) and (2)(c), Florida Stat-
utes, 1980 Supplement; defining the term "Internal Revenue
Code" as used in the Florida Income Tax Code; amending s.
198.35, Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement; conforming Florida
law to the most recent changes in the United States Internal
Revenue Code; providing for retroactive application; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Pajcic--
HB 12-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
creating s. 196.185, Florida Statutes, providing that items of
inventory shall be exempt from taxation; amending ss. 192.-
001(11)(c), 193.114(1)(b) and (3)(b), 194.032(13) (b), 195.-
027(4)(a), 196.011(1), and 199.292(4), Florida Statutes, 1980
Supplement, and s. 192.011, Florida Statutes, and repealing
ss. 192.032(3) and (4)(d), 192.042(3), 193.052(1)(b), 193.062(2),
193.511, and 195.073(2) (a), Florida Statutes, and s. 196.032,
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, relating to assessment and
taxation of inventory, to conform; revising the definition of
inventory; providing that application for exemption need not
be filed; eliminating the Local Government Exemption Trust
Fund; creating ss. 212.30, 212.31, 212.32, and 212.33, Florida
Statutes, the "Local Government Crime Control Act"; providing
legislative findings; providing definitions; authorizing the im-
position of a local option one-quarter cent sales tax for crime
control assistance; providing for the collection of the tax;
providing for the distribution of the tax proceeds; providing
for use of the tax proceeds for crime control purposes; author-
izing local governments to bond the crime control sales tax;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Pajcic-
HB 13-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transporta-
tion funding; creating ss. 206.78, 206.781, 206.782, 206.783
and 206.878, Florida Statutes; imposing a price responsive
tax on motor and special fuels; providing for tax on fuel held
in storage; providing for collection and distribution; amending
s. 320.20(3), Florida Statutes, providing that a portion of
motor vehicle license revenues shall be deposited in the ACI
Revolving Trust Fund for the completion of the interstate
highway system; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Patterson-
HB 14-B--A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on
sales, use and other transactions; adding paragraph (d) to
s. 212.08(5), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement; providing
an exemption from said tax for equipment and machinery



used for pollution control; providing conditions and procedures;
providing for the department to promulgate rules; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Patterson-
HB 15-B--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the
corporate income tax; redesignating s. 220.03(1) (m)-(v), Flori-
da Statutes, 1980 Supplement, and adding a new paragraph
(m) to said subsection; providing a definition; creating s.
220.16, Florida Statutes; providing for an investment tax
credit to be allowed against the tax imposed under the corpo-
rate income tax; providing for computation of the credit based
on investment credit property purchased and used; adding
subsection (9) to s. 220.02, Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement;
providing for order of application of credits; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com
mittees on Finance & Taxation and Rules & Calendar.

By Representative Patterson-
HB 16-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the tax
on sales, use and other transactions; amending s. 212.05(5),
Florida Statutes; adding a new subsection :(12) to s. 212.08,
Florida ,Statutes, 1980 Supplement; providing for a. 2-year
reduction in said tax on electrical energy and liquid propane
gas used in industrial manufacturing, production, or research
and for exemption from said tax thereafter; providing an
exception to the exemption; providing for proof of eligibility
for the exemption; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Fontana and Kutun-
HB 17-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the
Division of Pari-mutuel Wagering of the Department of Busi-
ness Regulation; amending s. 550.10(1), (2), and (3) (a),
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, as amended; requiring the
licensing of blood-stock agents; providing an effective date.
-was placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview
of the Call.

By Representative Gallagher-:
HB 18-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers'
compensation; creating s. 440.385, Florida Statutes; establishing
the Florida Self-Insurers Guaranty Association, Incorporated;
requiring certain individual self-insurers to become members of
the association; providing for withdrawal upon termination of
the self-insurance privilege; providing for a board of directors
and providing for organization, operation, powers, and duties
thereof; providing for creation of an insolvency fund; providing
for a plan of operation; providing powers and duties of the
Department of Labor and Employment Security; providing the
effect of paid claims; providing for exchange of information to
detect and prevent employer insolvencies; providing for exami-
nation and regulation of the association by the department;
providing certain immunity; providing for a stay of proceed-
ings; providing a statute of limitations; amending s. 440.38(1)
(b), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, to conform; adding
subsection (5) to s. 440.09, Florida Statutes, including certain
persons within the course of employment for purposes of cover-
age; amending s. 440.13(1), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement,
providing when authorized or approved medical treatment, care,
or attendance may be deauthorized; providing an effective date.
--was placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of
the Call.

By Representative Myers-



HB 19-B--A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical
transportation services; amending ss. 401.23(12), Florida Stat-
utes, amending s. 401.27(1), Florida Statutes, and adding a



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n:iew subsection (4) thereto, amending s. 401.33(3), Florida
Statutes, amending s. 401.34(1) (e) and (g), Florida Statutes,
and adding paragraph (j) thereto, and amending s. 401.47(1),
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement; modifying definitions; de-
fining "basic life support" and providing for the performance
of esophageal intubation by emergency medical technicians
under certain conditions; modifying fee provisions; exempting
public school bus operators; modifying standards for personnel;
requiring certain recertification training; creating s. 401.235,
Florida Statutes; authorizing the appointment of an advisory
council; providing for membership, expenses, and terms; delet-
ing provision for performance of advanced life support by cer-
tain paramedics; providing for review and repeal in accordance
"with the Regulatory Reform Act of 1976; providing for repeal
and legislative review of s. 401.235, Florida Statutes, in accord-
ance with the Sundown Act; providing a retroactive effective
date.

-was placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of
the Call.

By Representative Pajcic-

HB 20-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on
sales, use, and other transactions; amending s. 212.04(5), Florida
Statutes, 1980 Supplement, and s. 212.12(1), Florida Statutes;
reducing the dealer's credit for collecting said tax when the tax
remitted exceeds $1,000; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Dyer-

HB 21-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to financial
matters; amending s. 218.37, Florida Statutes; providing defini-
tions; providing duties of the Division of Bond Finance of the
Department of General Services with respect to general obliga-
tion bonds and revenue bonds of units of local government and
the state; providing for rules; providing duties of the advisory
council to the division; providing for repeal and review of the
council in accordance with the Sundown Act; amending s. 218.38,
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, providing duties of units of
local government with respect to information furnished the
division regarding outstanding bonds and new bond issues; re-
vising provisions relating to information filed with the division
after delivery of bonds sold at public sale by competitive bid;
exempting certain bonds from such provisions; requiring that
certain information be filed with the division after delivery of
certain bonds sold by negotiated bond sales; requiring the
underwriter or financial consultant to file certain information
with the unit of local government; requiring that information
regarding both types of bond issues be maintained by the divi-
sion and the unit: of local government as a public record; pro-
viding for verification of information on bonded obligations by
units of local government upon request of the division; pro-
viding procedures when the unit of local government fails to
verify or provide required information; amending s. 218.385,
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement; deleting certain specific
requirements with respect to a resolution authorizing a nego-
tiated sale; requiring information regarding any finder to be
furnished to the unit of local government by certain persons;
specifying that failure to comply with said section shall not
affect the validity of a bond issue; providing for application of
certain sanctions; amending s. 218.386, Florida Statutes, 1980
Supplement; redefining "finder"; prohibiting payment of find-
ers' fees by financial advisers unless disclosure is made; specify-
ing that violation of the section shall not affect the validity of
a bond issue; amending s. 170.09, Florida Statutes, 1980 Supple-
ment; revising interest rate and number of yearly installments
for payment of special assessments for municipal improve-
ments; amending s. 170.17, Florida Statutes; revising specified
denomination and interest rate for improvement bonds; amend-
ing s. 153.05(9), Florida Statutes; providing a cap on interest
rates charged on special assessments for water and sewer im-
provements; providing an effective date.



-was placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of
the Call.



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'By Representatives Bell and Carpenter--
HB 22-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to postsec-
ondary education; amending s. 240.513(3)(b), (e), and (f),
Florida Statutes, providing for appropriation for Shands Teach-
ing Hospital to the J. Hillis Miller Health Center; amending
s. 242.62(2) (c) and (d) and (3), Florida Statutes, providing
for appropriation for the first accredited medical school to the
Department of Education; amending s. 381.503(3)(a) and (b),
(4), (5)(c), (6), (7), and (8), Florida Statutes, providing for
community hospital education within the Department of Edu-
cation; providing an effective date.
-was placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of
the Call.

Waiver of Rule 6 for Committee Meeting and Bills
On motion by Rep. Pajcic, without objection, the rules were
waived and the Committee on Finance & Taxation was given
permission to meet at 11:00 a.m. in Morris Hall to consider all
bills referred to the Committee.

Recess
The House recessed at 10:22 a.m., to reconvene at 2:00 p.m.
today.

Reconvene
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 2:00 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Recess
The House stood in informal recess at 2:22 p.m., to recon-
vene at 3:30 p.m. today.

.Reconvene
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 3:30 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Recess
The House stood in informal recess at 3:44 p.m., to recon-
vene at 6:00 p.m. today.

Reconvene
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 6:00 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Progress Report
On motion by Rep. Woodruff, the rules were waived and the
following remarks by the Chairman and Subcommittee Chair-
men of the Committee on Appropriations, relating to the
progress on the appropriations bill, were spread upon the
Journal:
Rep. Morgan, Chairman, Committee on Appropriations: Mr.
Speaker and ladies and gentlemen of the House, what we would
propose to do in explaining where we are is this: I'll give a
brief overview, after which I'd like each of the subcommittees
to give a brief overview of where they have reached agreement
and compromise in the conference process. The easiest way to
start, however, would be to tell you that essentially the same
explanation that we provided to you earlier in our workshop
session would do. We are at exactly the same place, basically.
That would be the easiest way for me to summarize where
we are, but as a brief reminder to you, what that means is
this: We have essentially reached conclusion on education fund-
ing at approximately three million dollars less than the House
bill in total, including categoricals. We have reached agreement
on the discretionary millage at the 12.5-plus categoricals posi-
tion. We have reached agreement in transportation with the
Senate that is the House program and then some, to be very
candid, but that still includes the transfer of tag money from
General Revenue to the Trust Fund and the funding of that



transfer appropriately. It also includes now, I believe-Mr.
Gustafson, is it approximately 96 million dollars ?-total from
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state system under this program. In the case of HRS and
criminal justice, I'm not going to try to go into details there;
Mr. Mills is much more familiar with that than I. In higher
education we're exactly where we were as far as the general
issues have been concerned. We have done the lower division
at FIU; we have done the engineering technology conversion
at FIU to an engineering school; we have done almost 20
million dollars of quality improvement, and Mr. Mann will
get into more detail. We have done most of the things that
were important to the House bill and we have compromised,
I think, in an appropriate fashion with the members of the
Senate. The position on our Working Capital Fund at this
time is, as stated previously, approximately 415 million dollars.
Ninety-five million of that is guaranteed against the Skyway
Bridge and therefore it's appropriated and technically reduces
the balance to some 320 million dollars, approximately. Since
that guarantee is actually an appropriation, you would have to
consider it that way. From our perspective, the 95 could, in a
true emergency, be retrieved for the purposes by action of
both houses of the Legislature and, of course, acquiescence
of the Governor.
With that summary, I think the best approach, Mr. Speaker,
would be to allow our subcommittees in order-Subcommittees
I, II, and III-to report on the technical details in their areas
briefly, then we'll take questions, and after that I think we
will be essentially where we wish to be.

Rep. Mills, Chairman, Subcommittee I-HRS/Criminal Justice:
Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen, when I reported to you
about our subcommittee position initially, before the first ap-
propriations bill, I told you that our commitment was to try
to do something about criminal justice. What I can report to
you after our conference committee is that not only have we
maintained that position in effect, we have in some areas even
improved it. I will tell you basically that in operating expenses,
the Senate was far above us when we began, at least 50 million
dollars. Chairman Morgan was very generous and gave us
14 million dollars with which to work that out andwe were
able to do that. In effect, I think you'll be pleased with the
areas in which we put that; Ill run down those in a minute.
In terms of fixed capital outlay, our difference was around
50 million dollars, which was quite a bit also. To make up
that difference, we worked with about 15.
To give you some concept of just how much emphasis we
have put on law enforcement: In FDLE, an area in which
investigations are important to the prosecution of criminal
cases, from the FDLE all the way through Probation and
Parole and Corrections, there have been substantial increases.
I'll just give you a brief overview of those percentages. In
FDLE, in terms of their budget, we're up 18.06 percent. In
state attorneys, we're up 25 percent. That was one of the areas
in which the House went further up than the original House
position. That's not something that we didn't anticipate, by
the way, but I think we were willing when we went into con-
ference to come up slightly in state attorneys. For public
defenders, to maintain the system-in other words, if you're
going to prosecute you need to defend-we came up 18 percent
in that area. The Attorney General's budget, which includes
criminal appeals, RICO investigations, etc., came up 12.93
percent. In the courts area, we had judicial certification this
year. Representative Upchurch, Chairman of Judiciary, worked
that out with the Senate Judiciary Chairman and ultimately
we came up with a 15.81 percent increase in the judicial branch.
In corrections we are up 14 percent. We had a number of new
security staff--over a hundred in special investigative units.
In probation and parole we're up 12 percent. The juvenile
justice package that Mr. Silver worked so hard on: I think
if you ask him whether he's pleased with the appropriation, I
think he will tell you and I think that he'll tell you that he's
pleased. We have put at least ten million dollars in capital
outlay in juvenile justice, in detention centers, and we have
put, aside from that, money in fencing of Dozier and we've
also promised that we are going to review carefully the oper-
ating procedures of Dozier next year. In addition to that, we
have put money in JASP--Juvenile Alternative Services Pro-
grams-a major commitment, over three million dollars state-
wide, to improving the juvenile justice system.
In the area of HRS, I would point out particularly that the
committee had a commitment to the area of child abuse. The



overall increase in the amount that we spend on child abuse
is around 50 to 100 percent, which I think is significant be-
cause we were concerned with the fact that child abuse is
not only a terrible crime perpetrated on individuals, it's a



burden to the state in terms of people in the institutions,
from criminal to mental health institutions. We held all of
those positions. I would incidentally say that anything you
had in the budget that related to programs that you cared
about, that were in the House budget, you can count on the
fact that they're there. One of the areas in which we came up
most was in perinatal. For those of you who are concerned
about perinatal facilities in the various hospitals around the
state, we came up over five million dollars in perinatal and,
while that was a lot of money and we came all the way up to
the Senate position, it can't be all bad when we're putting
that kind of money in perinatal.
Some of the other important areas: In corrections, we put
money in the South Florida facility, and we put six million
dollars in site acquisition. That's more than has been put in
that area in a long time. Other capital outlay facilities that
are important in the state: We put a forensic unit in South
Florida, which was needed.
In terms of major differences in the House and Senate
budget in HRS, I did mention perinatal but there is one other
that is significant. There is an AFDC needs standard increase.
Originally the House had taken the position that the needs
standard should not be increased before we absolutely knew
what the budget was going to be, so our compromise with the
Senate was that we would increase the AFDC needs standard
as of February first, which allows us time to review the
process and see if actually that money will be available.
Mr. Speaker, that fundamentally is where we are. Basically,
with a few exceptions and additions, the House budget is
intact and many of those additions, I think, are things that
the membership would be happy with.

Rep. Gardner, Chairman, Subcommittee II-General Govern-
ment: Mr. Speaker and ladies and gentlemen, the General
Government budget worked out pretty quickly. Luckily there
were not too many differences between the Senate and House
positions. I'll give you a quick rundown on those changes that
were made throughout the departments.
In Administration there was no particular difference between
the two budgets. In Agriculture we have now provided a
complete communications system for Forestry, which was the
House position. In Business Regulation there was no appreci-
able difference between the two positions. In Banking and
Finance, no difference. In General Services we transferred
four data centers out of the general services area to the par-
ticular areas that they are dedicated to, that's the Treasury,
Agriculture, Revenue, and Natural Resources. In Commerce
we ended up with 11 million dollars for an economic develop-
ment for roads, with a 50 percent increase in the overall budget
and a 34 percent increase in personnel, for the largest increase
for any department in the state government. In Environmental
Regulation we improved hazardous waste and we improved
waste-load allocations. In the Governor's Office we basically
took the Senate position. We dropped the House energy posi-
tion and that netted a net loss of 27 people. In the Department
of Natural Resources we added six marine patrolmen and we
included an increase in fuel allocation so that they can run
the boats. In Revenue there was no particular difference. In
State there was no particular difference. In Veteran and Com-
munity Affairs there was no particular difference. One large
item I'd like to highlight-we have acceded to the Senate
position on Ellyson Field. That was not in our budget. If there
are no questions, that would complete the report.

Rep. Mann, Chairman, Subcommittee III-Education/Transpor-
tation: Ladies and gentlemen, as you know Subcommittee III
handles both transportation and education as your big ticket
items. You'll also remember that we passed this budget unani-
mously out of the House of Representatives to begin with,
and I think it was largely because of the very strong and
effective transportation and education position that the House
budget had. In essence, what I bring back to you now in a con-
ference committee report is essentially what we had here before.
The main difference is, in K-12 education, we did negotiate some
with the Senate and come down in the required local effort but
we did not come down in total dollars in the educational pro-
gram. So what you're getting now is a millage rollback from



4.804 that we had this year to 4.515, but I repeat the program
dollars are almost, for the dollars we're talking about, the
same pennies we went out of here with. So you've got your
same, fine, strong K-12, community college and university
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In transportation we had the recurring base that we started
with that was so important by the use of the tag money that
you'll be asked to help us transfer by a bill before you here in
a little while. That tag money in a recurring basis into our
transportation program, gives us what Mr. Jones has been
trying to get for years, and that is a solid recurring base in our
transportation program. We have interstate money, just under
200 million dollars. We have beefed up the resurfacing program.
Interstate is important to many of you. You know if you're
important in interstate because you know where you are and
it's not completed yet, but resurfacing applies to the entire
rest of the state and heretofore we simply haven't had enough
money in that area and we've beefed that up this year.
We have something known as "Son of Fred" and you've
heard us talk about it. But it says, in essence, if our dollars
come in next year over budget and our working capital trust
fund, which is now 419 million dollars, increases, we're going to
take half of that increase, up to 50 million dollars, and plow
that additionally into transportation. So that's "if" money, but
if it comes it will be a substantial boost on top of what I
think is one of the best transportation programs we have seen
in recent years. The Skyway Bridge is funded to interstate
standards, but it only requires 15 million dollars actual cash
outlay this year.. :
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Most of you saw this,
there's no change down from where you saw our bill originally:
a lot of additional terminals, additional drivers license inspec-
tion places-not motor vehicle inspection-where you go pick
up your license and drive around the block and see if you can
still drive, a lot of crowding in Broward and Dade, most of the
increase frankly went down there.
More specifically in education, the PECO bill. If you re-
member our PECO bill and you looked in it to see if there
were any projects in the House bill that went to your district,
I can assure you that they're still there and there are more
because Mr. Morgan- and I've got to give credit to the Gov-
ernor, too-they got together and they invented another 23
million dollars so we were able to pick up, in addition to our
own program, many that the Governor had in there and to
increase slightly some of those that we had. It's a very good
PECO bill.
Additionally we rewrote Chapter 235, the PECO law, and I
think it's probably in the best form you've ever seen it. That's
going to allow us to put 33 million dollars to all your schools
for new construction; another 32 million divided across the
:state for repair and maintenance; and for those small counties
that can't build a school because their millage just won't raise
enough, we have set up a special facilities account there to
help them with another 12 million dollars. Total PECO program
is 175 million with another 35 million that you're going to put
into your programs at your universities-very strong program
at your universities as far as the construction.
PREP. This is our third year, final phase-in of the PREP
program-a 64 percent increase. If you've talked to any of your
PREP teachers, they will tell you that they love you for what
you've done in the past and what we're doing this year, too.
Compensatory education, which has already shown its effec-
tiveness in school test scores of our children. We have con-
tinued to increase that but not as much as the PREP program
because the PREP program frankly, if it becomes as effective
as we think it's going to, will decrease the need for the com-
pensatory ed program.
Transportation that goes to your school boards to buy buses
and gasoline to run those buses-we increased significantly
because they have to get these kids to school and if they don't
have the gasoline to do it, it comes out of what you were
going to be paying your teachers with, so we didn't want your
teachers subsidizing the transportation program. That was one
of the strongest increases we have. That totals over 70 million
dollars. Significant increases in the rest of the categorical pro-
grams.
Universities. Two years ago we started a major improvement
program. The Legislature made that commitment. This year



I'm very pleased to tell you that is continued with specific ear-
marking of another 11 million dollars in qualityy improvement;
another 4%, million for scientific and technical equipment;
another ten million which is our third year program to make
Florida's university libraries the best in the nation-ten million



there; enrollment workload .increase another six million; Brow-
ard County, specifically, so that you can beef up your university
areas, a million seven. Dade Counrty, you'll be interested to
know that this program includes a lower division at Florida
International University, something that a couple of you had
mentioned to me as a priority over there. IFAS-we increased
their low energy technology program up to their number one
priority over there by a half million dollars.
Tampa Medical Center. You folks from Hillsborough, one of
your priorities was in getting into that four-year curriculum
to be able to maintain a class size of 96 students. That was one
the Senate did not have in. They bought the House position on
that. That's very important to that medical school down there.
University of Florida Medical Health Center. JHEP, nearly
800,000 dollars going to find its way into your program over
there. Rural Health Program, nearly 300,000 dollars to beef
that program up. Orlando-Master's program in Nursing, very
critical to Orlando, that's in there. Continue increase in vet-
erinary medical program and the outpatient clinic, 360,000. Board
of Regents-we trimmed down some of their responsibilities but
gave them their healthy cost to continue increase and they are
so happy with what we've done for the universities.
Community colleges. Most everybody's got a community col-
lege near them. They got the strongest increase that we've
ever given to the community colleges. They're going to love you
and they were kind of bottom of the barrel the last few years.
This was one where, I apologize, we were not able to hold the
House position. The House position was in fact higher than the
Senate position going into conference, so we negotiated ourselves
into a position higher than both the House and the Senate and
we've heard no complaints from the community college people
on that.
That's essentially the ingredients of our program. I'll be
happy to try and answer any questions.

"Rep. Carlton, Chairman, Select Subcommittee on State Em-
ployee Benefits: In our .Select Subcommittee on Salary and
Benefit package, we compromised with the Senate on the basic
career service package. You might want to listen to this be-
cause this is the question you'll get most often from the state
employees in your area. What did we do for the general career
service state employee for the State of Florida? We compro-
mised with the Senate on that. We had 6.75 percent guaranteed
on the minimum of the rate, and I want to emphasize that again,
because that's on the minimum of the rate. And we have a
$700 guaranteed minimum. Any one who would receive less than
$700 at the 6% percent will get a raise of $700.
We had critical class adjustments primarily for nurses and
law enforcement. We spent 11 million dollars in that area.
Competitive area differentials, we compromised with the Senate
and came up with four million there. We had considerably less
than that. Supervisory/subordinate problems, we appropriated
2.3 million dollars. The other thing that many of you are
:asking about is the second component of that 6% percent for
career service employees, and that is the bonus plan that you've
heard so much about. We have intact the bonus plan for career
service employees. The House had it at 4.8 million dollars and
we compromised at 4 million dollars with the Senate.
Another item that is of somewhat interest to many of you,
especially if you are interested in law enforcement-I just men-
tioned to those of you who weren't listening that we did keep
the bonus plan for career service employees. In addition to
that bonus plan, we have in our package a law enforcement
longevity bonus plan and I know that some of you are inter-
ested in that. For corrections, we provided $130 increase for
correctional officers and other employees in security and, in for-
ensic employees, that was 13.6 million dollars.
The Board of Regents pay plan is 3.5 percent discretionary,
3.5 percent across the board. That was a compromise between
;both: the House, the Senate, the Board of Regents, and the
faculty union in that instance, at a cost of 17 million dollars.
- The :Deaf and Blind School-we have attempted in this area
to finally bring those school teachers in the Deaf and Blind
School up to at least a level of the public school teachers. We



may not have done that but we certainly attempted to do
that. We have given $1800 per teacher with a guarantee of
$1600 for every teacher and then the equivalent of $200 for
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Judiicial pay plan-seven percent .oi the rate. The judges,
many of you have been asking me and so I'm going to quickly
give you those figures on the judges so you will have that and
if you don't get it, if you want to come by my desk I'll be
happy to tell you what it is: Supreme Court justices $61,500;
IDCA $55,500; circuit courts $53,000; county judges $49,000; state
attorneys-over a million $55,500 under a million $53,000; pub-
lic defenders-over a million $52,500, under a million $50,000.
That's a lot of figures but I know that many of you are very
concerned about that.
In the area of retirement, we picked up a number of things
including your retirement. We increased the salaries for the
Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Cabinet. I'll be happy to
-provide those figures if you like. And generally we provided
some overtime money for the FDLE, a compromise there, $350,-
000, which was the Senate figure.
"Unless there are questions, Mr. Speaker, that's my report.

Report of Standing Committee.

The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends the fol-
lowing pass:
HB 20-B (fiscal note attached)
HB 5-B, with amendments (fiscal note attached)
The above bills were placed on the Calendar.

Consideration of House Bills

On motion by Rep. Pajcic, the rules were waived and the
House agreed to take up HB's 5-B, :20-B, aind28-B.

HB 5-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
creating s. 196.185, Florida Statutes; providing that items of
inventory shall be exempt from taxation; amending ss. 192.001
(11)(c), 193.114(1)(b) and (3)(b), 194.032(13)(b), 195.027(4)
(a), 196.011(1), and 199.292(4), Florida Statutes, 1980 Supple-
ment, and s. 192.011, Florida Statutes, and repealing ss. 192.-
032(3) and (4)(d), 192.042(3), 193.052(1)(b), 193.062(2), 193.-
511, and 195.073(2) (a), Florida Statutes, and s. 196.032, Florida
Statutes, 1980 Supplement, relating to assessment and taxation
of inventory, to conform; revising the definition of inventory;
providing that application for exemption need not be filed;
eliminating the Local Government Exemption Trust Fund; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was taken up. On motion by Rep.. Crawford, the rules were
waived and HB 5-B was read the second time by title.

The Committee on Finance & Taxation offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 6, lines 22 thru 27 strike all of said
lines and insert: subsection (2) of section 195.073, Florida Stat-
utes, and paragraph (a) of subsection (4) of s. 196.031, Florida
Statutes, 1980 Supplement, are hereby repealed.
Section 10. Section 196.032, Florida Statutes, as amended by
chapters 79-400 and 80-274, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.
"Section 11. This act shall take effect January 1, 1982, except
that sections 8 and 10 shall take effect July 1, 1982.

Rep. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

The Committee on Finance & Taxation offered the following
.title amendment:

Amendment 2-On page 1, line 12, strike "s." and insert:
ss. 196.031(4) (a) and

Rep. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.



On motion by Rep. Crawford, the rules were waived and HB
5-B, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:



Yeas-11S r :



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox-
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing:
Fontana



.-Foster
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon:
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L.:J.
"Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
"Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R.C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw



Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills ...
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
"Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.



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Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R
Smith, J. H,
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-T. McPherson
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

HB 20-B-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on
sales, use, and other transactions; amending s. 212.04(5), Flor-
ida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, and s. 212.12(1), Florida Stat-
utes; reducing the dealer's credit for collecting said tax when
the tax remitted exceeds $1,000; providing an effective date.
-was taken up. On motions by Rep. Pajcic, the rules were
waived and HB 20-B was read the second time by title and
the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-91



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
.Boles
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Davis
Deratany
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Fontana
Foster



Nays-27
Brantley
Bush
Crotty
Danson



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner:
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, W. R.
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw



Drage
Dunbar
Ewing
Grant



Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic



Hawkins, M. E.
Hodges, G.
Hollingsworth
Jones, D. L.



Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Reynolds
Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Wetherell
Williams
Young



Kiser.
Lehtinen
McEwan
McPherson, S.









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Melby -:i Pattetson: : Robinson-:
Nuckolls Ready Sample
Patchett i Richmn6nd Webster
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Weinstock
Yeas to Nays-Gallagher, J. H. Smith, Ban
So the 'bill passed and was immediately
Senate.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxatior
natives Pajcic and C. F. Jones--
HB 28-B-A bill to be entitled An act relat
hide licenses; amending s. 320.20(3), Florid
viding that a portion of ,motor vehicle license
be deposited in the ACI Revolving Trust Fu
pletion of the interstate highway system; pr
tive date.
-was read the first time by title. On motio:
Jones, the rules were waived and HB 28-B:waq
time by ,title and the third time by title. On i
was:' ;



Yeas-118
The Chair Friedman
Allen Gallagher
Bankhead Gardner
Batchelor Gersten
Bell Girardeau
Boles G ordon
Brantley Grant.
Brodie Gustafson
Brown Hagler
Burnsed Hall, C.A.
Burrall Hall, L. J.
Bush Hattaway,
Carlton Hawkins, L.R.
Carpenter:: ..Hawkins, M. E.
Clements Hazouri
Cox Hieber
Crady Hodes
Crawford -Hodges, G.
Crotty : Hodges, W. R.
Danson Hollingsworth
Deratany Johnson, A. E.
Drage Johnson, B. L.
Dunbar Johnson, R. C.
Dyer Jones, C. F.'
Easley Jones, D. L.
Evans-Jones .Kelly
Ewing Kershaw
Fontana Kimmel
Foster Kiser
Fox Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis .
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
- Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby:
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell ;
Moffitt:
"Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden .
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L.H.



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- Woodhurn- .: construction and for maintenance, reziovatih-, remodeling, and
Woodruff repair; providing for priority'lists for postsecondary education;
creating a new Special Facility Construction Account; deleting
Sa needs formula at the state level and a priority expenditure
list required by the state; creating a new financial reporting
procedure for the Public Education Capital Outlay and Jebt
.Service Trust Fund; creating, a new budget request system; re-
khead quiring adherance to the provisions of chapter 216; amending
'certified: to the s..215.61(3), Florida Statutes, relating to capital outlay bonds,
ct provide that certain estimates shall bemused to determine fis-
cal sufficiency; amending s. 215.65(1), Florida Statutes, relat-
ing to the working capital reserve of the Bond Fee Trust Fund;
i and Represen- 'ahendiiig s. 215.79, Florida Statutes, relating to the maturity
Sand redemption of refunding bonds; amending s. 240.277,
r Florida Statutes, relating to the appropriation of student
ing to motor ve- building and capital improvement fees; amending ss. 240.295
a Statutes, pro- (i) and (2), 240.327 and 240.531(5), Florida Statutes, and
e revenues shall repealing s. 240.297, Florida Statutes, relating to university
nd for the com- and community college facilities, to conform; amending s.
vliding an effec- :240.17 and 240.319(3)(f), Florida Statutes, relating to the
approval by the State Board of Education of the exercise
ns by Rep. C.. F. of eminent domain by- the Board of Regents and the com-
Sread thesecond munity college boards :of trustees; providing appropriations
assagethe cvotne for specified capital outlay. projects *from' the Public Edu-
caation Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trus Fund, the, Geri-
eral Revenue Fund, and the Capital Improvement Fee Trust
"Fund; amending s. 243.131(3), Florida Statutes, relating -to
the pledging of trust funds by the Board of Regdnts; adding
Pre s. 236.25(2) (e), Florida Statutes, relating to the required no-
rice tice to be published by a district school board with respect to
"Ready the levy of additional taxes; reviving and readopting certain
Reynolds sections of chapter 235, Florida Statutes, which were repealed
Richmond .by chapter 802414, Laws of Fl'orida; providing f6r repeal and
Robinson legislative review; providing an effective date. '



iosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J H. i
Smith,' L, J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
: Ward
'Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams .
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Nays-1
Davis
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

On motion by Rep. Morgan, .the rules were waived and the
House agreed to take up HB 31-B.

By Representatives Morgan, Mann, Carpenter, Moffitt, Bell,
Young, and Easley-
HB 31-B-.-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities construction and funding; amending, creating and re-
pealing various sections in chapter 235, Florida Statutes, and
Florida Statutes, 1980 Supplement, expanding the definitions of
educational capital outlay terms, renaming the Office of Edu-
cational Facilities Construction, and reorganizing certain re-
sponsibilities of the office, the State Board of Education, and
the Commissioner of Education; modifying certain -standards re-
lating to safety, sanitation, sites, coordination of local construc-
tion planning, facilities design, construction techniques, new
construction, day labor projects, and the State Uniform Building
Code;` developing a new formula for the allocation of the Public
Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund for new



-was read the first tinle6by title. On motions by Rep. Morgan,
the rules were waived and HB: 31-B .was read the second time
by: title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
wYas:-,- .

Yeas-119 i



The Chair
Alien
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fontana
Foster

Nays-None.



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gersten
.Girardeau
Tiordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
".Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, Wi-R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
.Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser



Kutun. plummer, L.H.
Lehman Price ...
Lehtinen Ready
Lewis Reynolds
Liberti" Richmond
Lippman Robinson ..
Mann Rosen
Martin Sadowski
Martinez Sample
McEwan Shackelford
McPherson, S. Sheldon
McPherson, T. Silver
Meek Smith, C. R.
Meffert Smith, J. H.
Melby Smith, L. J.
Messersmith Spaet
Mills :. .. Steele
Mitchell Thomas
Moffitt Thompson
Moore :. Upchurch
Morgan Ward
Myers att
Nergard Webster
Nuckolls Weinstock.
Ogden Wetherell
O'Malley Williams
Pajcic Woodburn
Patchett Woodruff
Patterson J Young
Plummer, J.



I r'.



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Sen-
ate.

:Subsequently, .on: motion by 'Rep. Morgan, the rules were
waived and the Appropriations Committee Staff was given
permission to make technical adjustments in the bill to as-
.certain :that .HB 31-B is technically correct before transmittal
to the Senate.



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i iOn motion ty Rep. Morgan, the rules were waived and the Representative Morgan offered the following amendment:
House agreed to take up HB 30-B.



By Representatives Morgan, Gardner, Mills, Mann, Carlton,
Bell, Moffitt, Burnsed, Kutun, Easley, Gustafson, Kiser, and
Gallagher-
HB 30-B-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1981
and ending June 30, 1982, to pay salaries, other expenses, capital
outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other specified
purposes of the various agencies of state government; suspend-
ing section 943.22, Florida Statutes, providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Mor-
gan, the rules were waived and HB 30-B was read the second
time by title.

Representatives Morgan and Robinson offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-After Item 198A insert additional language:
These funds shall be advanced to the city, county, or to a third
party vendor in increments as requested by the city, county,
or third party vendor. Funds shall only be advanced for ex-
penditures which are anticipated to be made within thirty days
of such request.
Up to $2,500,000 of the funds appropriated in specific appro-
priation 198A shall not be subject to reversion as provided in
ss 216.301(1) (b), Florida Statutes
Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Morgan offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-After Item 6A insert additional language:
The bonuses appropriated by specific appropriation 6A shall
be awarded on December 1, 1981. The funds provided in this
specific appropriation shall be excluded from the definition of
compensation as defined by Section 121.021(22), Florida Stat-
utes.



Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of the amendmer
was adopted.

Representative Morgan offered the following amen
Amendment 3-In Section 1, Item 381B, strike:



Lump sum
Blind Mosquito Research
From General Revenue Fund
and insert:
Special Categories
Blind Mosquito Research
From General Revenue Fund



Amendment 6-In Section 1, page 82, line 41 of proviso,
strike "indentifiable" and insert: identifiable
Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Morgan offered the following amendment:
Amendment 7-In Section 1, after Item 1142B, strike existing
proviso language
Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Morgan offered the following amendment:
Amendment 8-In Section 1, Item 302, insert: Any school
district whose local required effort millage for the final 1980
assessment roll produced an amount greater than that produced
under a 1980 interim assessment roll shall add that excess to
the amount above 100% on the 1981 assessment roll in making
the computation :to reduce its local required effort millage so
that the combined excess from 1980 and the amount finally
taxed for 1981 produced 100% of the FEFP for that district.
If the above provisions apply, that excess produced on the final
1980 assessment roll shall be withheld from any future state
share allocations of FEFP until that excess is exhausted.
Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Rep. Morgan, the rules were waived and HB
30-B, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-119



The Chair
Allen
T a



S Batchelor
it, which Bchelor
Boles
Se Brantley
dment: Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
$74,689 Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
$74,689 Crawford
Crotty



Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Morgan offered the following amendment:
Amendment 4-In Section 1, Item 590B, strike:
Special Categories
Grants and Aids-Jackson Memorial Burn Center
From General Revenue Fund $200,000
and insert:
Aid to Local Government
Jackson Memorial Burn Center
From General Revenue Fund $200,000
Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Morgan offered the following amendment:
Amendment 5-In Section 1, page 69, line 12 of the first
paragraph of proviso before Item 420A, strike, severely and
insert: severely
Rep. Morgan moved the adoption of- the amendment, which
was adopted.



Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fontana
Foster



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser



Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.



Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Nays-None
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

On motion by Rep. Morgan, the rules were waived and the
Appropriations Committee staff was given permission to make
technical adjustments in the bill to ascertain that engrossed
HB 30-B is technically correct before transmittal to the Senate.

Adjournment
On motion by Rep. Bell, the House adjourned at 8:20 p.m.
sine die.



2



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June 17, 1981
CHAMBER ACTION ON BILLS
Messages from the Senate CHAMBER AC ON ON BILLS
June 16, 1981
Subsequent to sine die adjournment, the following messages
were received: HB 4-B Vote for introduction failed
HB 5-B Passed as amended 115-0
The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker H 10-B Passed 113-1
HB 20-B Passed 91-27
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that HB 28-B Passed 118-1
the Senate has passed HB's 20-B, 28-B, 31-B, 5-B, 30-B. HB 30-B Passed as amended 119-0
HB 31-B Passed 119-0
Joe Brown, Secretary
[Source: Legislative Information Division]
The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by the
required constitutional two-thirds vote and passed HB 10-B.
Joe Brown, Secretary
The bills were ordered enrolled.



Enrolling Report
HB 5-B, HB 10-B, HB 20-B, HB 28-B, HB 30-B, and HB 31-B
have been enrolled, signed by the required Constitutional Offi-
cers and presented to the Governor on June 23, 1981.
Allen Morris, Clerk













CERTIFICATE
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the foregoing pages numbered 1
through 15, inclusive, are and constitute a complete, true and
correct journal and record of the proceedings of the House of
Representatives of the State of Florida at a Special Session of
the Seventh Legislature under the Constitution as Revised in
1968, held from June 5 through June 16, 1981. Additionally,
there has been included a record of the transmittal of Acts
subsequent to the sine die adjournment of the Special Session.



Clerk
Tallahassee, Florida
June 23, 1981



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June 16, 1981












INDEX

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Special Session

of the

SEVENTH LEGISLATURE
under the Constitution as Revised in 1968



June 5 through June 16, 1981









CONTENTS

Pages
Members of the House with Bills Sponsored -- ------------- ------------- -- 18
Bills and Resolutions Sponsored by Committees --- --------_- ----- ..._--- 20
Miscellaneous Subjects ---------------------------------------------20
Vetoed Bills ------------------------- ----------- ------- 20
Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials ---- --------------- -------- 21
House Bills and Resolutions by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition -------. ----------- 22
Senate Bills and Resolutions (received in House) by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition -------- 22



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Members of the House with Bills Sponsored

[Source: Information Division, Joint Legislative Management Committee]



ALLEN, JOSEPH B., JR.-120th District
BANKHEAD, WILLIAM G.-24th District
BATCHELOR, DICK J.-43rd District
BELL, SAMUEL P., III-30th District
Sponsored: 2-B, 22-B, 31-B
Co-sponsored: 30-B
BOLES, KENNETH E.-5th District
BRANTLEY, BOBBY-34th District
BRODIE, JAMES K.-115th District
BROWN, TOM C.-29th District
BURNSED, BEVERLY B.-50th District
Co-sponsored: 30-B
BURRALL, FREDERIC H.-75th District
BUSH, THOMAS J.-84th District
CARLTON, FRAN-41st District
Sponsored: 1-B, 30-B
CARPENTER, CARL, JR.-62nd District
Sponsored: 2-B, 22-B, 31-B
CLEMENTS, S. L., JR.-63rd District
COX, LINDA C.-86th District
CRADY, GEORGE A.-15th District
CRAWFORD, ROBERT B.--49th District
Sponsored: 5-B
CROTTY, RICHARD-40th District
DANSON, THOMAS E., JR.-73rd District
DAVIS, HELEN GORDON-70th District
DERATANY, TIMOTHY D.-47th District
DRAGE, THOMAS B., JR.-42nd District
DUNBAR, PETER M.-53rd District
DYER, HAROLD J.-93rd District
Sponsored: 21-B
EASLEY, BETTY-56th District
Sponsored: 31-B
: Co-sponsored: 30-B
EVANS-JONES, MARILYN-46th District
EWING, TED-74th District
FONTANA, A. M.-107th District
SSponsored: 17-B
FOSTER, JAMES S.-65th District
FOX, ROBERTA-110th District
FRIEDMAN, MICHAEL-102nd District
Co-sponsored: 9-B
GALLAGHER, C. THOMAS, III-111th District
Sponsored: 18-B
Co-sponsored: 30-B
GARDNER, WINSTON W., JR.-45th District
Sponsored: 1-B, 30-B
GERSTEN, JOSEPH M.-109th District
GIRARDEAU, ARNETT E.-16th District
GORDON, ELAINE-98th District
Co-sponsored: 9-B
GRANT, JOHN A., JR.-64th District



GUSTAFSON, TOM-88th District
Co-sponsored: 30-B
HABEN, RALPH H., JR.-71st District (Speaker)
HAGLER, CLYDE H.-3rd District
HALL, CHARLES A.-118th District
HALL, LEONARD J.-9th District
SHATTAW AY, BOB- 33rd District
HAWKINS, LAWRENCE R.-119th District
SHAW KINS, MARY ELLEN- 89th District
HAZOURI, THOMAS L.-21st District
HIEBER, GEORGE F., II-58th District
HODES, RICHARD S.-68th District
HODGES, GENE-14th District
HODGES, WILLIAM RAY-104th District
HOLLINGSWORTH, WAYNE-13th District
JOHNSON, ANDREW E.-19th District
JOHNSON, BOLLEY L.---4th District
JOHNSON, RONALD CLYDE-8th District
JONES, C. FRED-52nd District
Sponsored: 28-B
JONES, DENNIS L.-57th District
KELLY, EVERETT A.-35th District
KERSHAW, JOE LANG-105th District
SKIMMEL, BERNARD-82nd District
KISER, S. CURTIS-54th District
Sponsored: 27-B
Co-sponsored: 30-B
KUTUN, BARRY-99th District
Sponsored: 6-B, 7-B, 8-B, 9-B, 17-B
Co-sponsored: 30-B
LEHMAN, DAVID J.-97th District
LEHTINEN, DEXTER W.-116th District
LEWIS, JOHN W., III-18th District
Sponsored: 23-B, 26-B
.LIBERTI, RAY-78th District
LIPPMAN, FREDERICK-94th District
MANN, FRANKLIN B.-90th District
Sponsored: 1-B, 2-B, 29-B, 30-B, 31-B
MARTIN, SIDNEY-26th District
MARTINEZ, ELVIN L.-67th District
McEWAN, BRUCE-38th District
McPHERSON, SCOTT W.-117th District
Co-sponsored: 9-B
McPHERSON, TOM-92nd District
MEEK, CARRIE P.-106th District
Co-sponsored: 9-B
MEFFERT, CHRISTIAN-32nd District
MELBY, ROBERT E.-59th District
MESSERSMITH, FRANK S.-83rd District
MILLS, JON L.-27th District
Sponsored: 1-B, 30-B



INDEX



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MITCHELL, SAM-7th District
MOFFITT, H. LEE-66th District
Sponsored: 2-B, 31-B
Co-sponsored: 30-B
MOORE, REID, JR.-81st District
MORGAN, HERBERT F.-12th District
Sponsored: 1-B, 2-B, 30-B, 31-B
MYERS, WILLIAM G.-77th District
Sponsored: 19-B
NERGARD, CHARLES L.-76th District
NUCKOLLS, HUGH PAUL-.-91st District
OGDEN, CARL-20th District
O'MALLEY, TERENCE T.-85th District
PAJCIC, STEVE-22nd District
Sponsored: 11-B, 12-B, 13-B, 20-B, 28-B
PATCHETT, R. DALE-48th District
PATTERSON, THOMAS R.-2nd District
Sponsored: 14-B, 15-B, 16-B
PLUMMER, JOHN-114th District
PLUMMER, LAWRENCE H.-112th District
PRICE, DON C.-llth District
READY, GENE-51st District
REYNOLDS, ROBERT R.-108th District
RICHMOND, RONALD R.-37th District
Sponsored: 24-B
ROBINSON, GROVER C., III-1st District
ROSEN, VIRGINIA L.-100th District
SADOWSKI, WILLIAM E.-113th District.
Sponsored: 10-B



SAMPLE, DOROTHY EATON-61st District
Sponsored: 3-B
SHACKELFORD, LAWRENCE F.-72nd District
SHELDON, GEORGE H.-69th District
SILVER, RONALD A.-103rd District
SMITH, CHARLES R.-36th District
SMITH, JAMES HARRISON, JR.-55th District
SMITH, LAWRENCE J.-96th District
SPAET, HAROLD W.-101st District
STEELE, JASON-44th District
THOMAS, JOHN-17th District
THOMPSON, JAMES HAROLD-10th District
TYGART, FREDERICK B.-23rd District
UPCHURCH, HAMILTON D.-28th District
Sponsored: 24-B, 25-B
WARD, JAMES G.-6th District
WATT, JAMES L.-80th District
WEBSTER, DANIEL-39th District
WEINSTOCK, ELEANOR-79th District
WETHERELL, T. K.-31st District
WILLIAMS, FRANK-25th District
Sponsored: 29-B
WOODBURN, ROBERT M.-87th District
WOODRUFF, T. M.-60th District
Sponsored: 4-B
YOUNG, WALTER C.-95th District
Sponsored: 2-B, 31-B



INDEX



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20



FINANCE & TAXATION
Committee Bills: 28-B



Miscellaneous Subjects



Subject P
Bills
Appropriations
Progress report -------------
Remarks by Chairman and subcommittee chairmen
Committees
Conference Committees
Appointments------
Standing Committees
Membership assignments (Appropriations, Finance
& Taxation, Rules & Calendar) --------- ... -------



"ages Subject Pages
Governor
Proclamation--------------- 4
9
9-12 Legislature
Proclamation .---------.- -------------- 1
Rules of the House
3, 5 Waiver of Rule 6 ____ 9



1



Vetoed Bills

Where no disposition shown, veto message was not taken up by House.



Date
No. Subject Sponsor Pages Vetoed Disposition
1981 Special Session "B" Vetoed House Bills
HB
30-B (Item veto) Appropriations -------- Committee on Appropriations 6-30-81



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Sponsored by Committees

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FINANCE & TAXATION
Committee Bills: 28-B



Miscellaneous Subjects



Subject P
Bills
Appropriations
Progress report -------------
Remarks by Chairman and subcommittee chairmen
Committees
Conference Committees
Appointments------
Standing Committees
Membership assignments (Appropriations, Finance
& Taxation, Rules & Calendar) --------- ... -------



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Governor
Proclamation--------------- 4
9
9-12 Legislature
Proclamation .---------.- -------------- 1
Rules of the House
3, 5 Waiver of Rule 6 ____ 9



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Vetoed Bills

Where no disposition shown, veto message was not taken up by House.



Date
No. Subject Sponsor Pages Vetoed Disposition
1981 Special Session "B" Vetoed House Bills
HB
30-B (Item veto) Appropriations -------- Committee on Appropriations 6-30-81



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Sponsored by Committees

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FINANCE & TAXATION
Committee Bills: 28-B



Miscellaneous Subjects



Subject P
Bills
Appropriations
Progress report -------------
Remarks by Chairman and subcommittee chairmen
Committees
Conference Committees
Appointments------
Standing Committees
Membership assignments (Appropriations, Finance
& Taxation, Rules & Calendar) --------- ... -------



"ages Subject Pages
Governor
Proclamation--------------- 4
9
9-12 Legislature
Proclamation .---------.- -------------- 1
Rules of the House
3, 5 Waiver of Rule 6 ____ 9



1



Vetoed Bills

Where no disposition shown, veto message was not taken up by House.



Date
No. Subject Sponsor Pages Vetoed Disposition
1981 Special Session "B" Vetoed House Bills
HB
30-B (Item veto) Appropriations -------- Committee on Appropriations 6-30-81



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Bills and Resolutions
Sponsored by Committees

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Subject Index of House and Senate
Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials
[Source: Information Division, Joint Legislative Management Committee]

This index embraces all measures introduced in both the House and Senate. The House of origin is identi-
fied by the letter preceding each bill: H-House, S-Senate. Senate bills shown in this index include those never
received by the House, and their inclusion here is only for the convenience of the user interested in all the legis-
lation introduced in the Legislature on a particular subject.

(Boldfaced bill numbers passed both houses.)



-A-
APPOINTMENTS
Governor, Legislature; Local Correctional Facilities Advisory
Committee, S10-B
APPROPRIATIONS
Corrections Department; Omnibus crime fighting act, S10-B
Education finance program, S10-B
Emergency medical services pilot program, S14-B
General appropriations bill, S2-B, Hl-B, H30-B
Health & Rehabilitative Services Department; workfare
program, H4-B
Medical school; community hospital education programs, H22-B
Natural Resources Department; natural areas and sanctuaries
program, H26-B
Revenue Department; sales tax collection study, H3-B
Universities Division, S10-B
ART AND ARTIFACTS
Indemnification for loss; limits, payment of claims, H10-B
-B-
BANKS AND BANKING
Capital accounts, 50% investment real estate and equipment;
fingerprint requirement deleted; foreign travel, reimburse-
ment, procedure; injunctions, circuit court authority, H23-B
BONDS
Finder's fees, disclosure required; interest rates revised;
local governments; sales, competitive bids; information
filings, H21-B
-C-
COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
Enterprise zones, tax incentives, H6-B
Tax credits
Carryover, carry forward, H8-B
Order of application; new business and project redefined;
target areas, H7-B, H15-B
CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS
Legislature, adjournment until June 15, Si-B
CORPORATE INCOME TAX
Internal Revenue Code; conformance to recent changes, S7-B,
H11-B
Investment credit property defined; tax credits, H15-B
Tax credits
Carryover, carry forward, HS-B
Order of application; new business and project redefined;
target areas, H7-B, H15-B
COURTS
Court administrators; selection and duties, S1-B, H25-B
Pregnant felons; postponement of sentence for childbirth,
S12-B
-E-
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Economic development financing insurance trust fund, H9-B
EDUCATION
Area vocational-technical centers and community colleges
programs of study; community instructional services; defi-
nition of exceptional students excludes pregnant girls;
funding program cost factors changed; intensive English
programs; student transportation funding formula, S13-B
Medical school, funding; community hospital education, H22-B
PECO; educational facilities construction and funding, S3-B,
H2-B, H31-B



EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Basic life support defined; advisory council created; para-
medic certification standards, H19-B
Pilot program; funding; organizational model, S14-B
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Hazardous waste; generation, tax suspension time extended;
land- fill and dredging restrictions, regulation; trust fund,
use limitation, H26-B
-F-
FELONS
Pregnant women; postponement of sentence for childbirth,
S12-B
-J-
JUDGES AND JUSTICES
Presiding judge; title changed to chief judge, S1-B, H25-B
-L--
LAND SALES PRACTICES
Subdivided lands, registration; scrivener's error correction,
H24-B
LEGISLATURE
Adjournment until June 15, Si-B
Reports
HRS; emergency medical services pilot program, S14-B
HRS; workfare program, H4-B
Revenue Department; tax collection study, H3-B
Special sessions, purview; clarification, H27-B
LICENSES AND LICENSE TAXES
Blood-stock agents, H17-B
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Correctional facilities; construction, S10-B
Discretionary sales tax for transportation purposes, S15-B
Local option 1/4 cent sales tax; imposition for crime control,
S10-B, H12-B
-M-
MOTOR FUEL TAX
Price responsive tax; imposition, collection and disposition,
S5-B, H13-B
MOTOR VEHICLES
License tax; portion deposited for interstate highway system
completion, S6-B, H13-B, H28-B
-N-
NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF
Natural areas system; development and management, H26-B
-P_-
PENAL AND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Local correctional facilities construction, S10-B
Women inmates, pregnant; temporary custody of child, S12-B
POPULAR NAMES
Appropriations bill, S2-B, Hi-B, H30-B
Community revitalization bills, H6-B, H7-B, H8-B, H15-B
Local government crime control act, S10-B, H12-B
Omnibus crime fighting act, Florida, S10-B
PECO bill, S3-B, H2-B, H31-B
Workfare bill, H4-B



RACING
Blood-stock agents; licensing required, H17-B



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RESOLUTIONS
Stop Burn Injuries Week, S16-B, H29-B
REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF
Sales tax collection, cost study, H3-B
-S-
SALES TAX
Collection; cost study by Revenue Department, H3-B
Dealer's credit for collection reduced, S4-B, H3-B, H20-B
Electrical energy and liquid propane gas used industrial
plants; 2 year reduction; exemption and exception, H16-B
Equipment and machinery used for pollution control; exemp-
tion, H14-B
Five percent in lieu of 4 percent, S10-B
Local discretionary sales tax for transportation purposes,
S15-B
Local option 1% cent sales tax; imposition for crime control,
S10-B, H12-B
SENTENCES
Pregnant women; postponement for childbirth, S12-B



STATE, DEPARTMENT OF
Art and artifacts, indemnification for loss; limits, payment
of claims, H10-B
--T--

TAXATION
Inventory-; ad valorem tax exemption, S9-B, H5-B, H12-B
Parcel legal description location in notice, requirement re-
moved; personal property tax rolls, delays inclusion in
assessment roll review; school district collections, disposi-
tion of excess taxes, S8-B

-W-
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
Self-Insurors Guaranty Association, Inc.; establishment,
H18-B
WORKFARE
"Public assistance workfare project, program; implementation,
H4-B



House Bills by Number, Subject,
Sponsor, and Disposition
Page numbers in Boldface Print indicate location of roll call votes on disposition.



Abbreviations:
Ch.-Chapter number, as passed
CSP-Companion or similar bill passed
DCC-Died. in conference committee
DHC-Died in house committee (no action by committee)



Appropriations (Morgan) 1, 2, 3, 5, 9 DCC/CSP-HB 30-B
Educational facilities, PECO (Morgan) 1, 2, 3, 5 DCC/
CSP-HB 31-B
Sales tax (Sample) 6 DHC/CSP-HB 20-B
Workfare program (Woodruff) 6-7 FVIH
Inventory taxation (Crawford) 7, 12, 15 Ch. 81-308'
Community revitalization (Kutun) 7 DHC
Economic revitalization (Kutun) 7 DHC
Economic revitalization (Kutun) 7 DHC
Economic development (Kutun) 7 DHC
Damage or loss to art and artifacts (Sadowski) 7-8, 15
Ch. 81-231
Tax administration (Pajcic) 8 DHC
Taxation (Pajcic) 8 DHC/CSP-HB 5-B
Transportation funding (Pajcic) 8 DHC/CSP-HB 28-B
Sales tax (Patterson) 8 DHC
Corporate income tax (Patterson) 8 DHC
Sales tax (Patterson) 8. DHC



FVIH-Failed vote for introduction in house
HB--House Bill
HR-House Resolution
ID-Introduction deferred



HB
17-B
18-B
19-B
20-B
21-B
22-B
23-B
24-B
25-B
26-B
27-B
28-B
HR
29-B
HB
30-B
31-B



Pari-mutuel Wagering Division (Fontana) 8 ID
Workers' compensation (Gallagher) 8 ID
Medical transportation services (Myers) 8 ID
Sales tax (Pajcic) 9, 12-13, 15 Ch, 81-221
Financial matters (Dyer) 9 ID
Postsecondary education (Bell) 9 ID
Financial institutions (Lewis) ID
Land sales practices (Upchurch) ID
Judiciary (Upchurch) ID
Protection of natural resources (Lewis) ID
Legislative organization (Kiser) ID
Motor vehicle licenses (Finance & Taxation) 12, 13, 15
Ch. 81-222
Stop Burn Injuries Week (Mann) ID
Appropriations (Morgan) 14, 15 Ch. 81-206
Educational facilities, PECO (Morgan) 13, 15 Ch. 81-223



Senate Bills and Resolutions (Received in House)
by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition
Page numbers in Boldface Print indicate location of roll call votes on disposition.
Abbreviations:
SCR-Senate Concurrent Resolution

SCR .. .
1-B Legislative adjournment (Dunn) 2 Adopted



HB
1-B
2-B

3-B
4-B
5-B
6-B
7-B
8-B
9-B
10-B
11-B
12-B
13-B
14-B
15-B
16-B



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RESOLUTIONS
Stop Burn Injuries Week, S16-B, H29-B
REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF
Sales tax collection, cost study, H3-B
-S-
SALES TAX
Collection; cost study by Revenue Department, H3-B
Dealer's credit for collection reduced, S4-B, H3-B, H20-B
Electrical energy and liquid propane gas used industrial
plants; 2 year reduction; exemption and exception, H16-B
Equipment and machinery used for pollution control; exemp-
tion, H14-B
Five percent in lieu of 4 percent, S10-B
Local discretionary sales tax for transportation purposes,
S15-B
Local option 1% cent sales tax; imposition for crime control,
S10-B, H12-B
SENTENCES
Pregnant women; postponement for childbirth, S12-B



STATE, DEPARTMENT OF
Art and artifacts, indemnification for loss; limits, payment
of claims, H10-B
--T--

TAXATION
Inventory-; ad valorem tax exemption, S9-B, H5-B, H12-B
Parcel legal description location in notice, requirement re-
moved; personal property tax rolls, delays inclusion in
assessment roll review; school district collections, disposi-
tion of excess taxes, S8-B

-W-
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
Self-Insurors Guaranty Association, Inc.; establishment,
H18-B
WORKFARE
"Public assistance workfare project, program; implementation,
H4-B



House Bills by Number, Subject,
Sponsor, and Disposition
Page numbers in Boldface Print indicate location of roll call votes on disposition.



Abbreviations:
Ch.-Chapter number, as passed
CSP-Companion or similar bill passed
DCC-Died. in conference committee
DHC-Died in house committee (no action by committee)



Appropriations (Morgan) 1, 2, 3, 5, 9 DCC/CSP-HB 30-B
Educational facilities, PECO (Morgan) 1, 2, 3, 5 DCC/
CSP-HB 31-B
Sales tax (Sample) 6 DHC/CSP-HB 20-B
Workfare program (Woodruff) 6-7 FVIH
Inventory taxation (Crawford) 7, 12, 15 Ch. 81-308'
Community revitalization (Kutun) 7 DHC
Economic revitalization (Kutun) 7 DHC
Economic revitalization (Kutun) 7 DHC
Economic development (Kutun) 7 DHC
Damage or loss to art and artifacts (Sadowski) 7-8, 15
Ch. 81-231
Tax administration (Pajcic) 8 DHC
Taxation (Pajcic) 8 DHC/CSP-HB 5-B
Transportation funding (Pajcic) 8 DHC/CSP-HB 28-B
Sales tax (Patterson) 8 DHC
Corporate income tax (Patterson) 8 DHC
Sales tax (Patterson) 8. DHC



FVIH-Failed vote for introduction in house
HB--House Bill
HR-House Resolution
ID-Introduction deferred



HB
17-B
18-B
19-B
20-B
21-B
22-B
23-B
24-B
25-B
26-B
27-B
28-B
HR
29-B
HB
30-B
31-B



Pari-mutuel Wagering Division (Fontana) 8 ID
Workers' compensation (Gallagher) 8 ID
Medical transportation services (Myers) 8 ID
Sales tax (Pajcic) 9, 12-13, 15 Ch, 81-221
Financial matters (Dyer) 9 ID
Postsecondary education (Bell) 9 ID
Financial institutions (Lewis) ID
Land sales practices (Upchurch) ID
Judiciary (Upchurch) ID
Protection of natural resources (Lewis) ID
Legislative organization (Kiser) ID
Motor vehicle licenses (Finance & Taxation) 12, 13, 15
Ch. 81-222
Stop Burn Injuries Week (Mann) ID
Appropriations (Morgan) 14, 15 Ch. 81-206
Educational facilities, PECO (Morgan) 13, 15 Ch. 81-223



Senate Bills and Resolutions (Received in House)
by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition
Page numbers in Boldface Print indicate location of roll call votes on disposition.
Abbreviations:
SCR-Senate Concurrent Resolution

SCR .. .
1-B Legislative adjournment (Dunn) 2 Adopted



HB
1-B
2-B

3-B
4-B
5-B
6-B
7-B
8-B
9-B
10-B
11-B
12-B
13-B
14-B
15-B
16-B



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