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PDIV10 Friday,
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PDIV35
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PAGE1128 1124
PAGE1129 1125
PAGE1130 1126
PAGE1131 1127
PAGE1132 1128
PAGE1133 1129
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PDIV41
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PAGE1139 1135
PAGE1140 1136
PAGE1141 1137
PAGE1142 1138
PAGE1143 1139
PAGE1144 1140
PAGE1145 1141
PAGE1146 1142
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Journal of the Florida House of Representatives
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027836/00009
 Material Information
Title: Journal of the Florida House of Representatives
Physical Description: v. : ; 31 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Legislature. -- House of Representatives
Publisher: State of Florida
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Creation Date: April 7, 1987
Frequency: annual
regular
 Subjects
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 Notes
General Note: Description from: 1984.
Funding: Digitized for the Florida House of Representatives, the Office of the Clerk.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Florida House of Representatives. Office of the Clerk.
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 003417946
oclc - 12895215
System ID: UF00027836:00009
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Preceded by: Journal of the House of Representatives of the session of ...

Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    Members of the House of Representatives - 1986-1988
        Page ii
        Page iii
        Page iv
    April 1987
        Tuesday, April 7
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Journal
of the

Florida



House of Representatives



Eighty-ninth



Regular



Session



since Statehood in 1845
April 7 through June 6, 1987



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










MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
1986-1988

[Democrats in Roman (75); Republicans in Italic (45)]

District



District



1. Part of Escambia
Thomas J. "Tom" Tobiassen, Cantonment
2. Part of Escambia
Virginia "Ginger" Bass, Pensacola
3. Parts of Escambia, Santa Rosa
Tom Banjanin, Pensacola
4. Parts of Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa
Bolley L. "Bo" Johnson, Milton
5. Parts of Okaloosa, Walton
Robert T. Harden, Shalimar
6. Part of Bay
Ronald Clyde "Ron" Johnson, Panama City
7. Holmes, Washington and parts of Bay, Jack-
son, Walton
Sam Mitchell, Vernon
8. Calhoun, Gadsden, Gulf and parts of Bay,
Franklin, Jackson
Robert DeWitt "Rob" Trammell, Marianna
9. Liberty and parts of Franklin, Leon, Wakulla
Alfred J. "Al" Lawson, Jr., Tallahassee
10. Part of Leon
Hurley W. Rudd, Tallahassee
11. Dixie, Gilchrist, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Taylor and parts of Citrus, Marion, Wakulla
Gene Hodges, Cedar Key
12. Columbia, Hamilton, Madison, Suwannee
Joseph R. "Randy" Mackey, Jr., Lake City
13. Baker, Nassau, Union and parts of Bradford,
Duval
George A. Crady, Yulee
14. Part of Duval
Carl Ogden, Jacksonville
15. Part of Duval
Michael E. "Mike" Langton, Jacksonville
16. Part of Duval
Donald George "Don" Gaffney, Jacksonville
17. Part of Duval
Corrine Brown, Jacksonville
18. Part of Duval
James E. "Jim" King, Jr., Jacksonville
19. Parts of Duval, St. Johns
William G. "Bill" Bankhead, Jacksonville



20. Part of Duval
David W. Troxler, Jacksonville
21. Clay and parts of Bradford, St. Johns
Frances L. "Chance" Irvine, Orange Park
22. Fligler and parts of Putnam, St. Johns
Hamilton D. Upchurch, St. Augustine
23. Parts of Alachua, Putnam
Sidney "Sid" Martin, Hawthorne
24. Part of Alachua
Jon Mills, Gainesville
25. Part of Marion
Christian "Chris" Meffert, Ocala
26. Parts of Citrus, Marion
Dick Locke, Inverness
27. Parts of Lake, Marion, Putnam, Seminole,
Volusia
Stan Bainter, Tavares
28. Part of Volusia
Samuel P. Bell, III, Ormond Beach
29. Part of Volusia
T. K. Wetherell, Daytona Beach
30. Part of Volusia
Jack Ascherl, New Smyrna Beach
31. Part of Brevard
Winston W. "Bud" Gardner, Jr., Titusville
32. Part of Brevard
Dixie N. Sansom, Satellite Beach
33. Part of Brevard
Harry C. Goode, Jr., Melbourne
34. Parts of Brevard, Orange, Seminole
Frank Stone, Casselberry
35. Part of Seminole
Arthur E. "Art" Grindle, Altamonte Springs
36. Parts of Orange, Seminole
Thomas B. "Tom" Drage, Jr., Winter Park
37. Part of Orange
Richard "Rich" Crotty, Orlando
38. Part of Orange
Bruce McEwan, Orlando
39. Part of Orange
Fran Carlton, Orlando










District
40. Part of Orange
Alzo J. Reddick, Orlando
41. Part of Orange
Daniel Webster, Orlando
42. Parts of Osceola, Polk
C. Fred Jones, Auburndale
43. Part of Polk
Richard E. "Rick" Dantzler, Winter Haven
44. Part of Polk
Charles T. Canady, Lakeland
45. Part of Polk
Beverly B. Burnsed, Lakeland
46. Parts of Lake, Sumter
Everett A. Kelly, Tavares
47. Hernando and parts of Pasco, Sumter
Charles R. "Chuck" Smith, Brooksville
48. Part of Pasco
John Long, Land O'Lakes
49. Part of Pasco
John K. Renke, II, New Port Richey
50. Parts of Pasco, Pinellas
Peter M. "Pete" Dunbar, Crystal Beach
51. Part of Pinellas
Gerald S. "Jerry" Rehm, Clearwater
52. Part of Pinellas
Sandra Barringer Mortham, Largo
53. Part of Pinellas
Dennis L. Jones, Treasure Island
54. Part of Pinellas
Dorothy Eaton Sample, St. Petersburg
55. Part of Pinellas
Douglas L. "Doug" Jamerson, St. Petersburg
56. Part of Pinellas
Peter Rudy Wallace, St. Petersburg
57. Part of Pinellas
James Christopher "Jim" Frishe, Pinellas Park
58. Part of Pinellas
T. M. "Tom" Woodruff, St. Petersburg
59. Part of Hillsborough
Brian P. Rush, Tampa
60. Part of Hillsborough
Mary Figg, Lutz
61. Parts of Hillsborough, Pasco
Carl Carpenter, Jr., Plant City



62. Part of Hillsborough
S. L. "Spud" Clements, Jr., Brandon



District
63. Part of Hillsborough
James T. "Jim" Hargrett, Jr., Tampa
64. Part of Hillsborough
Helen Gordon Davis, Tampa
65. Part of Hillsborough
Elvin L. Martinez, Tampa
66. Part of Hillsborough
Ronald Carl "Ron" Glickman, Tampa
67. Hardee and part of Manatee
J. J. "Toby" Holland, Jr., Palmetto
68. Part of Manatee
Peggy Simone, Bradenton
69. Parts of Manatee, Sarasota
Harry Jennings, Sarasota
70. Part of Sarasota
James M. Lombard, Osprey
71. Parts of Charlotte, Sarasota
David L. "Dave" Thomas, Englewood
72. Parts of Charlotte, DeSoto, Lee
Vernon Peeples, Punta Gorda
73. Part of Lee
J. Keith Arnold, Fort Myers
74. Part of Lee
Timothy F. "Tim" Ireland, Cape Coral

75. Parts of Collier, Lee
Mary Ellen Hawkins, Naples
76. Glades, Hendry, Highlands and parts of Col-
lier, DeSoto, Okeechobee
Bert J. Harris, Jr., Lake Placid
77. Parts of Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee,
Osceola, St. Lucie
Irlo "Bud" Bronson, Jr., Kissimmee
78. Parts of Brevard, Indian River, St. Lucie
R. Dale Patchett, Vero Beach
79. Parts of Martin, St. Lucie
Charles L. "Chuck" Nergard, Port St. Lucie
80. Parts of Martin, Palm Beach
James C. "Jim" Hill, Jr., Jupiter
81. Part of Palm Beach
Marian V. Lewis, North Palm Beach
82. Part of Palm Beach
Ray Liberti, West Palm Beach
83. Part of Palm Beach
Lois J. Frankel, West Palm Beach



84. Part of Palm Beach
Edward J. "Ed" Healey, West Palm Beach











District
85. Part of Palm Beach
Frank S. Messersmith, Lake Worth
86. Part of Palm Beach
Steve Press, Delray Beach
87. Parts of Broward, Palm Beach
Carol G. Hanson, Boca Raton
88. Part of Broward
Jack N. Tobin, Margate
89. Part of Broward
Joe Titone, Coral Springs
90. Part of Broward
Peter R. Deutsch, Tamarac
91. Part of Broward
Bill Clark, Lauderdale Lakes
92. Part of Broward
Robert J. "Bob" Shelley, Pompano Beach
93. Part of Broward
Deborah P. "Debby" Sanderson,
Fort Lauderdale
94. Part of Broward
Tom Gustafson, Fort Lauderdale
95. Part of Broward
Anne Mackenzie, Fort Lauderdale
96. Part of Broward
Norman "Norm" Ostrau, Plantation
97. Part of Broward
Frederick "Fred" Lippman, Hollywood
98. Part of Broward
Irma S. Rochlin, Hallandale
99. Part of Broward
Walter C. "Walt" Young, Pembroke Pines
100. Parts of Broward, Dade
Ronald A. "Ron" Silver, North Miami Beach
101. Part of Dade
Michael I. "Mike" Abrams, North Miami
Beach
102. Part of Dade
Elaine Gordon, North Miami



District
103. Part of Dade
Michael Friedman, Miami Beach
104. Part of Dade
Elaine Bloom, Miami Beach
105. Part of Dade
Alberto "Al" Gutman, Miami
106. Part of Dade
Jefferson "Jeff" Reaves, Sr., Miami
107. Part of Dade
James C. "Jim" Burke, Miami
108. Part of Dade
Willie Logan, Jr., Opa Locka
109. Part of Dade
Rodolfo "Rudy" Garcia, Jr., Hialeah
110. Part of Dade
Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Miami
111. Part of Dade
Roberto Casas, Hialeah
112. Part of Dade
Arnhilda B. Gonzalez-Quevedo, Coral Gables
113. Part of Dade
Luis C. Morse, Miami
114. Part of Dade
Elizabeth "Betty" Metcalf, Coral Gables
115. Part of Dade
Javier D. Souto, Miami
116. Part of Dade
Art Simon, Miami
117. Part of Dade
Susan Guber, Miami
118. Part of Dade
Robert J. "Bob" Starks, Homestead
119. Part of Dade
John F. Cosgrove, Miami
120. Monroe and part of Dade
Ron Saunders, Key West



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Speaker-Jon Mills
Speaker pro tempore-James C. Burke



Clerk--John B. Phelps
Sergeant at Arms-Wayne Westmark
















Souse Jounlalp es
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Number 1



Tuesday, April 7, 1987



Journal of the House of Representatives for the 89th Regular Session since statehood in 1845, convened under the
Constitution of 1968, begun and held at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee in the State of Florida, on Tuesday,
April 7, 1987, being the day fixed by the Constitution for the purpose.



This being the day fixed by the Constitution for the convening of the
Legislature, the Members of the House of Representatives met in the
Chamber at 10:00 a.m. for the beginning of the 89th Regular Session,
and were called to order by the Speaker, the Honorable Jon Mills.

Prayer

The following prayer was offered by the Reverend Willie Mayberry,
Springhill Baptist Church, Gainesville:
Eternal God, we thank Thee for this blessed day. We pray that Thy
will find favor and bless our endeavors here today. We pray that our
deliberations will be guided by Your Holy Spirit. Where there is
confusion, grant us Thy peace; where there is hate, shower us with Thy
love. Control the heart and mind of the leader of this great State of
ours. May we forever be reminded that we are here today for business
and not folly. You have entrusted in us the great task as shapers and
leaders of Your people, and because of Your trust in us, let us be
forever reminded that we all have miles to go before we sleep, miles to
go before we sleep. If we should do these things that Thou have
commanded us to do then men, women, boys and girls would know that
Thou have sent us. In Your precious Name, we pray. Amen.
The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Abrams
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bankhead
Bass
Bell
Bloom
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Burnsed
Canady
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clark
Clements
Cosgrove
Crady
Crotty
Dantzler
Davis
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Drage
Dunbar
Figg



Frankel
Friedman
Frishe
Gaffney
Garcia
Gardner
Glickman
Gonzalez-
Quevedo
Goode
Gordon
Grindle
Guber
Gustafson
Gutman
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hodges
Holland
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.



Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
King
Langton
Lawson
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Locke
Logan
Lombard
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
Meffert
Messersmith
Metcalf
Mitchell
Morse
Mortham
Nergard
Ogden
Ostrau
Patchett
Peeples
Press



Reaves
Reddick
Rehm
Renke
Rochlin
Rudd
Rush
Sample
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Shelley
Silver
Simon
Simone
Smith
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Titone
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Troxler
Upchurch
Wallace
Webster
Wetherell
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representative Souto
A quorum was present.

Pledge



The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag led by the following
members of veterans' organizations:
Bob Jackson, State Commander, American Legion; George Kelley,
State Commander, Veterans of Foreign Wars; Thomas Cook, State
Commander, Disabled American Veterans; Ed Hoffman, National
Judge Advocate, Marine Corps League; Edgar Tyler, State Command-
er, Jewish War Veterans; Bob Clark, Legislative Chairman, AMVETS;
Stan Siedel, Vietnam Veterans of America and Vietnam Veterans of
Florida Coalition; Commander Katie Tucker, USCGR, Reserve Officers
Association; Angus Farnum, Paralyzed Veterans Association of Flori-
da, Legislative Director of Tampa Bay PVA, and Central Florida PVA
Chapter; Robert L. French, Jr., Past President, Northeast Regional
Fleet Reserve Association.

House Physicians
The Speaker introduced Dr. Michael Guber, husband of Representa-
tive Guber, and Dr. George Metcalf, husband of Representative
Metcalf, who were serving in the Clinic today.

The Journal

The Journal of February 4, 1987 Special Session "A" was approved
as corrected.

Committee to the Senate
On motion by Rep. Carpenter, the Speaker appointed Representa-
tives Burke, Martin, Hanson, and Silver as a committee to notify the
Senate that the House was convened and ready to transact business.
The committee was excused to perform its assignment.

Communications

Governor Bob Martinez advised that he desired to address the
Legislature in Joint Session today.
The following Certificate of Judicial manpower was received:

Supreme Court of Florida

No. 70,029

IN RE CERTIFICATE OF JUDICIAL MANPOWER.
[February 26, 1987]
McDONALD, C. J.
Under the provisions of article V, section 9, Florida Constitution, it
is the responsibility of the Supreme Court to determine the necessity of
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increasing or decreasing the number of judges required to fulfill the
judicial needs of Florida. To this end we have conducted an analysis of
case filings and have considered other pertinent criteria. We discern
and certify an immediate need for additional circuit and county judges
as follows:



Fis
Circuit
First Judicial Circuit
Second Judicial Circuit
Fifth Judicial Circuit
Sixth Judicial Circuit
Seventh Judicial Circuit
Eighth Judicial Circuit
Ninth Judicial Circuit
Eleventh Judicial Circuit
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit
Twentieth Judicial Circuit



cal Year 1987-88
Circuit
1



County

1-Leon



1
1 1-Pinellas
1-Volusia
1-Alachua
1



1
2
2

1



1-Brevard



This certification follows a request for sixteen circuit and ten county
court judgeships for fiscal year 1987-1988. We do not address, or
certify, in this opinion the need for judges in 1988-1989, but we
anticipate a need for additional judges for that year. For purposes of
projection, we believe that six district court of appeal, ten circuit, and
five county judges will likely be needed in the second year.
This Court enacted Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.035 to
delineate the general criteria to be used in assessing the need for
additional judgeships.* We have determined that the most consistent
and reliable factor to be utilized in determining the needs for
judgeships is total case filings per judge. A reliable state reporting
system of case filings has now been developed. From this source we
have received records of actual filings; our staff has developed a
reliable and proven capability of projecting case filings for the next
year. The projected filings per judge for twelve of the twenty circuits
exceed the statewide average of 1,864 cases per circuit judge, which the
Court regards as the level beyond which there is a presumptive need
for additional judicial manpower. Legislative authorization of the ten
circuit court judgeships requested will still leave five of the eight
circuits for which judgeships are certified with projected filings per
judge ratios that exceed the statewide average. Three of the eight
circuits for which additional judgeships are requested, the Fifth,
Thirteenth and Fifteenth, will have in excess of 2,000 filings per judge
even if the requested judges are authorized. All but one of the
requested circuit judgeships are justified on the basis of projected
filings per judge and are substantiated by the other criteria considered
by the Court.
The Eleventh Judicial Circuit's request is justified by a number of
factors other than total projected filings. Data resulting from an
evaluation of weighted projected filings, by case type, and the use of
statistical techniques to identify trends in the growth of judicial
manpower requirements for that circuit are much stronger indicators
of need for more judges. The need is particularly manifest in the

"*The criteria to be considered include:
(1) Case load statistics based upon data supplied to the State Courts
Administrator by the clerks of the circuit courts.
(2) Growth, nature, and projections of population within a particular court's
jurisdiction.
(3) Number of attorneys within a particular court's jurisdiction.
(4) The use and availability of retired judges to serve on a particular court.
(5) The presence of non-lawyer county court judges within a particular circuit
who by law cannot be assigned to assist with the circuit court case load.
(6) The geographic size of a circuit, including travel times between courthouses
in a particular jurisdiction.
(7) The presence of state facilities and institutions in a particular jurisdiction.
(8) Law enforcement activities in the court's jurisdiction, including any
substantial commitment of additional resources for state attorneys, public
defenders, and local law enforcement.
(9) Time since the last new judgeship was authorized for the particular
jurisdiction.
(10) The nature and complexity of cases coming before the courts in the
jurisdiction.
(11) Prior certifications which were not authorized by the legislature.



2



Committee from the Senate
A committee from the Senate consisting of Senators Brown,
Hollingsworth, Lehtinen, Ros-Lehtinen, and Weinstock appeared at



OF REPRESENTATIVES April 7, 1987

criminal divisions of the circuit court. The filings data for circuit
criminal cases includes a relatively low percentage of worthless check
cases. These cases account for a greater share of the total criminal
filings in other jurisdictions, making the Eleventh Circuit's criminal
caseload more demanding of judicial time. Circuit criminal filings in
Dade County generally involve a higher number of counts per
defendant than in other counties, and a large number of capital cases
are being filed in that county. Many cases in Dade County are time
consuming because of the need to use interpreters in court proceedings.
It is estimated that close to 100,000 translations occurred in the last
year. Finally, approximately 700 days of retired judge time and over
400 days of county judge time were committed to circuit level work in
Dade County in fiscal year 1985-86. These factors and the difficulties
inherent in managing the largest and most urban of Florida's courts
clearly support the request for at least one additional judge for the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit.
As with circuit judgeships, the primary criterion the Court used in
assessing the need for additional county judgeships was total filings
per judge. The Court also reviewed adjusted filing figures (civil,
criminal, and DWI cases, plus civil traffic infractions in which
hearings occurred) and filings data weighted to reflect variable work
requirements for the different types of cases. It is the Court's position
that the requested county judgeships are priorities based on these data
alone, although other factors justify the certification in each instance.
This Court recognizes that it is imperative that the court system be
managed efficiently and that available judicial time be well utilized.
The primary responsibility for this lies in the hands of the respective
chief judges. Suggestions and some direction come from this Court.
Florida's rapid population growth and an ever escalating number of
case filings, both criminal and civil, continually place an increased
demand for judicial services on the court system. Notwithstanding our
efforts to make the judicial system more efficient, the need for
additional judges does now and will continue to exist. Accordingly, we
certify the need for ten circuit and five county judgeships as a critical
funding priority for the state courts system for fiscal year 1987-88.

OVERTON, EHRLICH, SHAW, BARKETT, GRIMES and KOGAN,
JJ., Concur

Original Proceeding-Certificate of Judicial Manpower

Introduction of House Concurrent Resolution

On motion by Rep. Carpenter, the rules were waived for introduction
and consideration of a concurrent resolution.

By Representative Carpenter-

HCR 1-Org.-A concurrent resolution providing that the House of
Representatives and Senate convene in joint session for the purpose of
receiving a message from the Governor.

WHEREAS, His Excellency, Governor Bob Martinez, has expressed
a desire to address the Legislature in Joint Session; NOW, THERE-
FORE,

Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida, the Senate Concurring:

That the House of Representatives and the Senate convene in Joint
Session in the chamber of the House of Representatives at 10:50 a.m.
this day, April 7, 1987, for the purpose of receiving the message of the
Governor.

-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Carpenter, the
rules were waived and the concurrent resolution was read the second
time by title, adopted and under the rule immediately certified to the
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the well and announced that the Senate was convened and ready to
transact business.

Presentation of Former Speakers
The Speaker presented the following former Speakers, who were
present today at his invitation: the Honorable Donald L. Tucker,
Tallahassee; the Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Tallahassee, formerly
of Palmetto; the Honorable H. Lee Moffitt, Tampa; and the Honorable
James Harold Thompson, Gretna.

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Jon Mills, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate
has adopted HCR 1-Org.
Joe Brown, Secretary
The concurrent resolution was ordered enrolled.

Recessed
At 10:45 a.m. the House stood in informal recess until 10:50 a.m.

Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:50 a.m. A
quorum was present.

JOINT SESSION

Pursuant to HCR 1-Org., the members of the Senate, escorted by the
Sergeant at Arms of the Senate and the Sergeant at Arms of the
House, were seated in the Chamber. The President and President pro
tempore joined the Speaker and the Speaker pro tempore at the
rostrum. The Secretary joined the Clerk at the front desk.

Arrival of Lieutenant Governor and Cabinet
The Honorable Bobby Brantley, Lieutenant Governor; the Honorable
George Firestone, Secretary of State; the Honorable Robert A.
Butterworth, Attorney General; the Honorable Gerald A. Lewis,
Comptroller; the Honorable Bill Gunter, Treasurer; the Honorable
Doyle E. Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture; and the Honorable
Betty Castor, Commissioner of Education, constituting the Cabinet,
were escorted into the Chamber by the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate
and seated.

Arrival of Supreme Court
Chief Justice Parker Lee McDonald, Justice Ben F. Overton, Justice
Raymond Ehrlich, Justice Leander J. Shaw, Jr., Justice Rosemary
Barkett, Justice-Stephen H. Grimes, and Justice Gerald Kogan,
constituting the Supreme Court, were escorted into the Chamber by
the Sergeant at Arms of the House and seated.
The Joint Session was called to order by the Speaker at 11:00 a.m.
The Speaker presented the gavel to the President of the Senate,
asking him to preside over the Joint Session.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRESIDING
A quorum of the Joint Session was declared present.

Prayer
The following prayer was offered by Father Richard Walsh, Saint
Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Winter Park:
Almighty God, we praise You and we bless Your Name. As we
gather here, Lord, we are conscious of Your constant and abiding
presence in all that we are and in all that we do. You are a God of
caring and compassion. You are a God intimately concerned with Your
creation and with all Your creatures. Your wish is that all of us should



help raise up one another to the fullness of our individual and
communal potential.



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In 1986, you sowed the seeds of long-term financial stability for state
government by sunsetting numerous sales tax exemptions, particularly
those relating to personal services. To your credit-and not surpris-
ingly given your track record-a number of other states are again
following your lead in this area.



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This assembly, Lord, and its members have a unique work to do in
aiding and sustaining Your work of compassion and creation. Be with
them, Lord, we pray, in that work. May they perform it conscientious-
ly-may they work for the realization of the common good, for justice
and unity among all the citizens of this great State. May they serve the
interests of all and not just the special interests of some, whose voices
and influence are more powerful than others. May they show courage
in conviction and character in their commitment. May they respect one
another even in the acrimony and heat of debate and party politics.
May they be truly wise and prudent in all their deliberations and
decisions.
Finally, Lord, in all that they say and do and in all that they strive
to accomplish, may it be done with respect for Your will, Your creation
and Your people. May Your kingdom be more apparent in the State of
Florida through their decisions, their work and their untiring efforts to
serve You, through Your people. Amen.

Pledge

The Joint Session pledged allegiance to the Flag, led by the
President.

Committee to the Governor
On motion by Rep. Carpenter, the President appointed Senators
Barron, Scott, Jennings, and Hollingsworth, and on behalf of the
Speaker, appointed Representatives Bell, Gustafson, R. C. Johnson,
and Woodruff as a joint committee to notify the Governor that the
Legislature had assembled to receive his message. The committee
retired to execute its responsibility and returned escorting Governor
Bob Martinez.

Presentation of Guests
The President presented Mrs. Mary Jane Martinez, wife of the
Governor; daughter Sharon Martinez Keen and husband Neil with
their twin daughters, Lydia and Emily; son Alan Martinez; and Mrs.
Patti Brantley, wife of the Lieutenant Governor, who were seated in
the gallery.

Presentation of Governor
President Vogt presented the Honorable Bob Martinez, Governor.

Governor's Address

The Governor addressed the Joint Session as follows:
Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the 1987 Florida Legisla-
ture, and special guests:
I am honored by the opportunity to speak to you today. For many of
you, State of the State addresses may be a matter of routine. Senator
Barron and Representative Ogden, you have certainly listened to a lot
of these speeches. If you listen carefully this time, then perhaps we can
excuse you on humanitarian grounds next year.
For me, on the other hand, nothing in state government is routine
yet. Just trying to get reimbursed for travel expenses is a bureaucratic
adventure in itself.
Even so, I assure you that repetition of this occasion over the years
will never dull the real sense of privilege I feel in participating in the
opening day of your annual deliberations.
I say this in all sincerity because the Florida Legislature has long
been an example to the Nation. Consider just the past two years.
In 1985, you plowed new ground by passing extensive growth
management legislation-the most ambitious and important legisla-
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Now you are meeting again, and I am here to report on the state of
the State as I see it. The fact is that Florida is in pretty good shape.
There are problems, of course. I don't need to tell you how many
people are coming here to live each day and what that means in terms
of demands on public services. In fact, a glance at the daily newspaper
might lead one to believe that Florida has more people than China and
that state government spends less per capital on public services than
Bangladesh.
One might even conclude that we live in dark times, awaiting the
sunrise. But those who see darkness in Florida need to open their eyes.
The economy continues to grow and diversify, employment remains
high, opportunity abounds, and government at every level is beginning
to respond to the many challenges we face.
One of the most important of these challenges is tax reform at the
state level. Florida cannot hope to maintain its very special quality of
life if its tax base is overwhelmed by its growth.
Currently, state government's principal source of revenue for
funding much needed public services is the sales tax. And this sales
tax is now levied only on sales of goods.
The growth rate of this limited revenue source simply does not keep
pace with the costs of meeting the rising demands for public services.
Additionally, each year the federal government withdraws more and
more of its resources from state and local governments. Thus, each
year we fall further and further behind in terms of matching our
resources with our needs.
Some have suggested that we respond to this problem by raising the
basic sales tax from 5 percent to 6 percent. This might cure our
revenue shortfall for the next couple of years, but the short-term
revenue problem is merely a symptom.
Structural defects in our tax base is the disease, and we must treat
the disease, not the symptom. I am prepared to take an unpleasant
dose of tax medicine this year, but I do not intend to do it year after
year because we did not have the courage to do it right the first time.
The fastest growing sector of our economy is personal services, not
sales of goods. If revenues are to keep pace with growth over the long
term, then we must extend the sales tax to services.
The demand for services is much less subject to fluctuations in the
economy than the demand for goods. If revenues are to be stabilized in
the face of economic downturns over the long term, then we must
extend the sales tax to services.
Purchasers of services are more affluent as a group than the
population as a whole. If we are to make our tax system more fair over
the long term, then we must extend the sales tax to services.
That is what my budget recommends, and that is what the future
demands.
Our task is not easy, however. The special interests are filling the
air with cries of doom and gloom and filling the halls of the Capitol
with high paid lobbyists and bad information.
For my part, every increase in pressure from those who would shirk
their duty to Florida's future convinces me again that we are
embarked on the right course. Under the leadership of Speaker Mills
and Representative Patchett in the House and President Vogt and
Senator Jennings in the Senate, and with the cooperation and support
of all of you, I am confident we will stay the course and put this critical
issue behind us early in the session.
That being the case, what is to be done with our new, reformed
revenue base?
I suggest we depart from usual political practices. As you know,
when it comes to taxation and spending, politicians usually fall into
one of three broad categories.
First, there are those who are bold about taxation and bold about
spending. These hardy souls are called liberals.
Second, there are those who are cautious about taxation and



cautious about spending. These daring individuals are often called
conservatives.



Finally, there are those who are cautious about taxation and bold
about spending. These are men and women who try to dwell
simultaneously on the higher levels of expectations and the lower
levels of responsibility. They like to be called moderates.
But this year I ask you to burst the bonds of conventional labels. I
ask you to be bold about taxation and cautious about spending, a
heretofore unheard of combination. I believe those who follow this path
will be called statesmen.
The temptation to commit every dollar that passes through the
state's treasury this year to expenditures that will have to be funded
again in subsequent years will be considerable. But it is a temptation
that must be resisted, because failure to do so could be fatal in the
future.
During the past four years, the annual rate of spending increases
without regard to reserves has been almost 12 percent. The budget I
propose has cut this growth rate in spending in half. We must get
spending under control by exercising real restraint. It is easier to raise
the dead than to kill today's continuing appropriation and redirect the
money to meet tomorrow's needs.
So unless we believe all of tomorrow's needs can be anticipated and
met today, then I strongly suggest we spend only what we can agree is
really necessary today and save the rest for tomorrow.
For this reason, I have recommended that approximately $500
million be appropriated for the working capital reserve fund. This is
only about 3 percent of the proposed state budget, a pitifully small
cushion against an economic downturn that must come sooner or later.
A major business operating without a significant reserve irresponsi-
bly courts disaster; a military commander operating without a
significant reserve irresponsibly courts disaster; and a state govern-
ment operating without a significant reserve irresponsibly courts
disaster.
Ladies and gentlemen, we may be overtaken by disaster, but I
certainly do not intend to court it. As a result, any budget legislation I
sign will have to provide for a significant reserve fund.
Which brings me to the rollback of the sales tax from 5 percent to 4.5
percent. I am aware that this proposal has not gained a lot of
legislative support so far, but I urge you to give very careful
consideration to the idea.
As I said before, broadening the sales tax base to include services
will make the tax more fair by shifting a portion of the burden from
the less affluent to those better able to pay. Rolling back the tax rate
would magnify this tax equity aspect of the tax reform I propose and
actually produce a tax reduction for many Floridians. I believe the
average taxpayers in Florida deserve a break, and we can give it to
them.
What then are the clearly identifiable recurring needs to which we
can commit now without reservation? In my Inaugural Address, I
stated that my priorities would be public education, public safety,
public health, and public works. My proposed budget reflects those
priorities.
Consider education, for example. Every year for as long as I can
remember, I have heard that education needs more money because
teachers need better pay and students need more books.
But every year, little Susie's teacher and little Johnny's books turn
out to be stalking horses for massive, across the board increases for the
education industry as a whole.
I recommend that we try a radical, new approach to this problem.
My idea is this: If teachers need higher pay and students need more
books, then let's actually pay teachers more money and actually buy
more books through specific legislation. But let's not throw hundreds of
millions of dollars at a bloated and inefficient education bureaucracy
in the forlorn hope that most of it will trickle down into the classroom.
In this context, I have recommended an additional $25 million



during the budget biennium for the purchase of instructional materi-
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In each of the next two years, I also have recommended a 7 percent
salary increase for classroom teachers and those personnel who
directly support classroom teachers. This recommended annual in-
crease is twice the 1986 national average for private sector raises, a
total of three quarters of a billion dollars during the next two years.
Twice the national average for private sector raises, which is where
our teachers go when they leave teaching. But less than the national
average for teacher pay, which is unlikely to make our teachers move
to New York or Alaska. Two statistical relationships. Both true. Both
irrelevant. What is relevant concerning teacher pay is how much is
meaningful and practical in Florida, taking everything into considera-
tion. Three quarters of a billion dollars may not sound like much in an
Ivory Tower, but it certainly is a lot of money where I come from.
In addition to these recommendations, I have proposed increases to
cover our growing student population, a new program to recruit
teachers in subject areas where there are critical shortages, and a pilot
program for prekindergarten intervention.
I believe, however, that the education bureaucracy can make do with
less, which is why I have not recommended that it be given any more.
In the area of public safety, the bill for decades of neglect of our
prison system finally has come due.
We have been involved in litigation on prison conditions for 13
years; we are currently operating under a federal court order; judges
hesitate to sentence criminals to prisons they know are overcrowded;
and many inmates who are supposed to be in prison cells actually sleep
in tents.
No one who supports tough criminal laws, more police officers, and
more judges and prosecutors can in good conscience fail to support
more prisons, more prison guards, and more community control
personnel.
In this context, I have recommended $167 million over the next two
years to build or expand six prisons to house 2,800 prisoners; I have
recommended $25 million to operate these prisons during the bien-
nium; and I have recommended $20 million to enhance and expand
alternatives to incarceration, including innovative programs such as
house arrest through electronic surveillance.
I am sure that each of us is prepared to shoulder the real
responsibility that goes with campaign rhetoric. I look forward to
working with you to get the criminals off our streets and into our
prisons, our prisoners out of tents and into cells, and our government
out of court and into a positive law enforcement position.
In the area of public health, we have enormous responsibilities and
almost limitless opportunities to improve our current performance.
Indigent health care is one of the larger, more intractable problems
we face. Given the need, there is an understandable desire to plunge in
head first without delay. But given the complexities and the magni-
tude of the commitment we have to make to solve the problem, there is
every reason to proceed with caution.
It is for this reason that I have begun a new commitment to quality
human services by recommending a $75 million expansion of Medicaid
eligibility up to 100 percent of the federal poverty level for children,
pregnant women, and elderly and disabled individuals.
Admittedly, this is not a comprehensive response to the whole
problem of indigent health care, but it is an important first step in the
right direction.
A comprehensive response must include appropriate financial partic-
ipation by state government, local governments, and affected health
care delivery institutions; it must stress prevention as well as
treatment; it must address important questions concerning the proper
balance between health care regulation and health care competition; it
must be consistent with any tort reform we undertake; and it must
deal with related insurance issues.
I do not believe we are prepared to put forward such a comprehen-
sive response with any degree of confidence. None of the indigent



health care proposals with which I am now familiar appears to address
the whole problem.



Therefore, I recommend that rather than committing our limited
resources to funding what could turn out to be half measures from
which we cannot retreat, we should instead concentrate this year on
areas of clear need and on solutions of proven viability, such as the
Medicaid expansion I propose. Our full commitment on indigent health
care should be reserved for a consensus solution that can and should be
developed for the 1988 session.
In the area of public works, I have proposed major outlays for roads,
prisons, and schools, but I ask you to focus this year primarily on the
infrastructure needs of local governments. I believe local governments
must be given a one percent local option sales tax for capital
improvements only, subject to referendum approval by the local voters.
Within the limits imposed by our growth management legislation,
every community in Florida must have the opportunity to choose the
shape of its future. But there is no real choice where mandated
responsibilities far exceed available resources.
We have demanded that local governments build the infrastructure
to support the growth that we encourage at the state level through
economic development and tourism advertising. We owe local govern-
ments realistic access to the resources they need to do the job. The
property tax is not a realistic long-term funding option. Common sense
and basic considerations of fariness require that we all act in this
critical area of need, so I strongly urge you to support my proposal.
I could go on-and on. But I have already touched on issues enough
for two or three legislative sessions. Clearly, we have a full plate
before us, but I believe the plate is full of opportunities-opportunities
to make Florida all it can be.
Working together in a bipartisan spirit of cooperation, we can make
those opportunities tomorrow's reality. But it will take unusual
political courage and single-minded devotion to the general good. You
can count on me to do my part without fear or favor. I will count on you
to do the same.
Thank you very much ior having me here today. I appreciate it.
Thank you.
Following his address, Governor Martinez was escorted from the
Chamber by the Committee. The Members of the Supreme Court and
the Lieutenant Governor and Cabinet were escorted from the Chamber
by the Sergeants at Arms of the House and Senate.
On motion by Senator Barron, the Joint Session was dissolved at
11:33 a.m. and the Senators were escorted from the Chamber by the
Senate Sergeant at Arms.

Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:35 a.m. A
quorum was present.

Introduction of House Resolution
By Representative Carpenter-
HR 2-Org.-A resolution amending the Rules of the House of
Representatives.
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida:
That the Rules of the House of Representatives adopted at the
Organization Session, November 18, 1986, are amended as follows:
(a) Rule 6.1 is amended to read:
6.1-Standing Committees
The Speaker shall, beginning with the Organization Session, appoint
the members of the following standing committees:
Agriculture
Appropriations
Commerce



Community Affairs
Corrections, Probation & Parole



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Criminal Justice
Education, K-12
Ethics & Elections
Finance & Taxation
Governmental Operations
Health & Rehabilitative Services
Health Care
Higher Education
House Administration
Housing
Insurance
International Trade & Economic Development
Judiciary
Military Affairs & Emergency Proparodnss
Natural Resources
Regulated Industries & Licensing
Regulatory Reform
Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining
Rules & Calendar
Science & Technology
Tourism & Cultural Affairs
Transportation
Veterans, Military Affairs & Emergency Preparedness
Youth
He shall give notice of such establishment and appointment in
writing to the Clerk of the House for publication in the Interim
Calendar and the Session Journal.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Carpenter, the
rules were waived and the resolution was read the second time by title
and adopted.
Rep. Carpenter moved that the House, after receiving Reports, stand
in recess for the purpose of holding committee meetings and conduct-
ing other House business to reconvene at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, April
15. The motion was agreed to.

Introduction and Reference

First Reading by Publication
By Representatives Dunbar, Mills, Patchett, Kelly, Simone, Clem-
ents, Hanson, Rush-
HB 1-A bill to be entitled An act relating to saltwater fisheries;
creating s. 370.0605, F.S.; providing for a saltwater fishing license;
providing fees; providing exemptions; creating a Marine Resources
Conservation Trust Fund; creating s. 370.0606, F.S.; providing for the
appointment of subagents for the issuance and sale of saltwater fishing
licenses; providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.
By Representatives Woodruff, Bankhead, Bass, Lombard, D. L.
Jones, Clements, Renke, Dunbar, Souto, Patchett, McEwan, Hill,
Grindle, Sanderson, Jennings, Kelly, Irvine, Arnold, Carpenter, Sam-
ple, Smith, Martin, C. F. Jones, Messersmith, Simone, Webster,
Sansom, Frishe, Garcia, Crotty, Lippman, Drage, Locke, Wetherell,
Meffert, Hodges, Mitchell, Bronson, Shelley, Hanson, Nergard,
Thomas, Mortham, Rush, Ireland--
HB 2-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public assistance;



adding a new section to chapter 409, F.S.; providing legislative intent;
providing for establishment of a statewide public assistance workfare



project or program to be implemented only under certain circum-
stances; providing conditions 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 rules; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.
By Representatives Woodruff, Reddick, Wetherell-
HB 3-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical services;
amending s. 409.2662, F.S., changing the funding and uses of the
Public Medical Assistance Trust Fund; creating s. 409.2665, F.S.,
creating the State Insurance Program for the Indigent under the
Department of Administration to provide medical services to certain
persons; providing for service regions; providing for contracts with
health care providers; providing for membership cards to eligible
persons; providing for review and evaluation; providing for rules;
amending ss. 212.03, 212.031, 212.04, 212.05, 212.06, 212.08, 212.12,
212.20, and 212.62, F.S., increasing the tax on sales, use, and other
transactions and providing for use of funds derived therefrom;
repealing s. 395.101, F.S., to abolish the annual assessment on
hospitals to fund certain medical service programs; authorizing certain
assessments; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Dunbar-
HB 4-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the practice of geology;
providing definitions; providing powers and duties of the Department
of Professional Regulation; creating an Advisory Committee on
Geology; providing for licensure of professional geologists; providing
qualifications; providing for provisional licenses; providing for use of
seals; providing for inactive status of licenses; providing for reciprocity;
providing for the practice of professional geology by firms, corpora-
tions, and partnerships; providing for certificates of authorization;
providing application fees for licenses and certificates of authorization
and for examination fees; providing for renewal and providing fees;
providing prohibitions and penalties; providing disciplinary proceed-
ings; providing for replacement of lost, destroyed, stolen, or mutilated
licenses; providing for a roster of professional geologists; providing
exemptions; providing for construction of the act; providing for review
and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.
By Representatives Kelly and Rochlin-
HB 5-A bill to be entitled An act relating to birth certificates;
amending s. 382.35, F.S., authorizing the issuance of special birth
certificates suitable for display; providing a fee and for the use thereof;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

HB 6--Withdrawn

By Representative Sample-
HJR 7--A joint resolution proposing to create Section 17 of Article
VII of the State Constitution to provide limitations upon state
revenues.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Sample-
HM 8-A memorial urging the Congress of the United States to plan



the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Constitution of the
United States.



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Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Jamerson and Morse-
HB 9-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mental health;
creating s. 240.5145, F.S.; establishing a culturally based mental
health professional training program at the Florida Mental Health
Institute; specifying program elements; providing for eligibility re-
quirements; providing for annual reports; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Shelley, Clements, Rochlin, Press, Renke, Ti-
tone, Grindle-
HJR 10-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 3 of
Article VII of the State Constitution relating to ad valorem tax
exemption for widowers.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Reddick, Carlton, Mills, Rush-
HR 11-A resolution expressing gratitude and affection to all
mothers.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representatives Dunbar, Jennings, Simone, Clements, Morse,
Ascherl, Gutman, Kelly, Harris, Clark, Saunders, Reaves, Woodruff,
Mackenzie, Burnsed, Sanderson, Shelley, Thomas, Holland, Diaz-Ba-
lart, Lombard, Tobin, Messersmith, Hanson, Stone, Renke, Frishe,
D. L. Jones, Mortham, Ireland, Garcia, Casas, Sample, Davis, Arnold,
Canady, Mackey, Sansom, Hill, Peeples, Rochlin, Rehm, Jamerson,
Gaffney, Long, Nergard, Glickman, Goode, Liberti, Hawkins, Wallace,
Healey, Press, Young, Meffert, Carpenter, Ostrau-
HB 12-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Mobile
Home Act; repealing s. 723.061 (2) (e), F.S., relating to eviction from a
mobile home park based upon a change of land use to delete a repeal of
procedures governing such eviction; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Reddick and Woodruff-
HB 13-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical assistance;
amending s. 409.266, F.S.; requiring the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services to establish a program through county public
health units to provide medical services to persons meeting certain
eligibility standards; amending s. 409.2662, F.S.; changing the funding
and uses of the Public Medical Assistance Trust Fund; amending
s. 154,01, F.S.; providing for the provision of primary care services by
county public health units to certain persons; providing an appropria-
tion; providing for the selection of participating hospitals; entitling
participating physicians, osteopathic physicians, and hospitals to
certain liability coverage and immunity; creating s. 154.011, F.S.;
authorizing the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services and
county governing bodies to agree on alternative entities to serve as the
broker for primary care services for certain persons; providing for
indigent health care panels to create and review primary care services
plans; providing for local approval of alternative plans; authorizing
alternative brokers to serve more than one county in each service
district of the department; amending ss. 212.03, 212.031, 212.04,
212.05, 212.058, 212.06, 212.08, 212.12, 212.20, and 212.62, F.S.;
increasing the tax on sales, use, and other transactions and providing
for use of funds derived therefrom; repealing s. 395.101, F.S., to abolish
the annual assessment on hospitals to fund certain medical service
programs; amending s. 395.5094, F.S., relating to hospital budgets, to
conform; authorizing certain assessments; creating the Medicaid
Non-Institutional Provider Trust Fund within the department and
providing for uses thereof; providing an appropriation; providing
additional duties for the department and providing for a report



requiring the Auditor General to audit the Medicaid program;
providing effective dates.



Referred to the Committees on Health Care, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative C. F. Jones-
HB 14-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retirement; amending
s. 122.07, F.S., providing that seasonal state workers under the State
and County Officers and Employees' Retirement System may purchase
out-of-state creditable service until date of retirement; requiring
interest to be paid on contributions; deleting language granting a
grace period for purchasing such credit; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representatives Davis, Rush, Press-
HB 15-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employment;
providing legislative intent; amending s. 110.221, F.S., revising cur-
rent provisions on maternity leave to include paternity leave; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representatives Shelley and Stone-
HB 16-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Retirement System; amending s. 121.0515, F.S.; including certain
emergency medical technicians and paramedics within the Special
Risk Class of membership of the system; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Davis-
HB 17-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
the Florida Baccalaureate Education System Trust; providing intent
and definitions; providing for contracts for the advance payment of
tuition; providing contract requirements; providing types of contracts;
providing for contract termination and refund; creating an advance
tuition payment fund; providing for a board of directors of the trust;
providing terms, procedures, and powers of the board; requiring an
annual accounting of the trust; requiring answers to certain ruling
requests prior to entering into contracts; providing for enforcement in
circuit courts; providing tax exemption; providing for contract for the
provision of services; providing for preservation, investment, and
expenditure of trust assets; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Bell and Jennings-
HB 18-A bill to be entitled An act relating to land acquisition;
amending s. 73.092, F.S.; revising language with respect to attorney's
fees in eminent domain proceedings; providing for an offer of judgment
by the petitioner; providing that a condemning authority shall be
considered the party defending against a claim in the event of an
appeal of the judgment order; amending s. 337.271, F.S.; providing
that the Department of Transportation shall pay all reasonable costs
and attorney's fees incurred pursuant to a prelitigation settlement;
providing that any disagreement of the parties as to the reasonable-
ness of costs and attorney's fees shall be resolved pursuant to the
Administrative Procedure Act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Shelley, Lippman, Gonzalez-Quevedo, Morse,
Casas, Souto-
HB 19-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the state lottery;
creating the "Florida State Lottery Act"; providing legislative intent;
providing definitions; providing for a State Lottery Commission to
administer the act; providing for a state lottery director; providing for



the operation of the state lottery; providing for lottery game retailers;
providing for lottery vendors and lottery contractors; providing for the
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upon the sale of tickets or shares or the award of prizes under the state
lottery; providing for state preemption; providing for a temporary line
of credit in the General Revenue Fund for the start-up of the lottery;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Sansom, Hanson, Mackenzie, Lewis-
HB 20-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health insurance;
creating ss. 627.6417 and 627.6612, F.S.; requiring individual and
group, blanket, or franchise accident and health insurance policies
providing coverage for mastectomies to provide coverage for related
surgical procedures and devices; providing for review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representative Hawkins--
HB 21-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; creating
ss. 101.6101-101.6107, F.S., the Mail Ballot Election Act; authorizing
referendum elections by mail ballot; restricting application to electors
of specified political subdivisions; requiring approval of the Secretary
of State prior to such election; providing restrictions; providing
responsibility for the cost of such election; providing procedures for the
conduct of such election; providing for challenge of vote; providing
application of general election laws and absentee voting laws to the act
to the extent applicable; requiring the Department of State to adopt
rules to implement the act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Souto and Hanson-
HB 22-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alcohol or drug abuse
treatment program incentives; amending s. 220.02, F.S., and creating
s. 220.185, F.S.; authorizing a credit against the corporate income tax
for taxpayers that incur expenses for alcohol or drug abuse treatment
programs for their Florida employees; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ascherl, Bell, Wetherell-
HB 23-A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Robert Lee
Wheeler; providing an appropriation to compensate him for attorney's
fees and costs associated with his defense of a charge of improper
conduct; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representatives Sanderson, Starks, Shelley, Clements-
HB 24-A bill to be entitled An act relating to negligence; creating
s. 768.1351, F.S.; exempting volunteers and nonprofit associations
involved in youth athletic programs from certain civil liability;
providing exceptions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Bell--
HB 25--A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem tax
administration; amending s. 192.091, F.S.; exempting hospital districts
from the requirement that certain county tax authorities be billed by
the property appraiser for services rendered; specifying that commis-
sions on hospital district taxes be paid by the county; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Harris--



retirement benefit for disabled retirees after return to employment and
subsequent retirement; providing retroactive coverage; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Tobiassen-
HB 27-A bill to be entitled An act relating to corporate income tax;
amending s. 220.15, F.S.; providing that the apportionment fraction
used in computing corporate income tax shall include a sales factor
only; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Davis, Reddick, Jennings, Mackenzie-
HB 28--A bill to be entitled An act relating to juveniles; amending
s. 39.41, F.S., providing for court approval of independent living
arrangements for certain foster children; providing conditions; amend-
ing s. 409.165, F.S., providing for Department of Health and Rehabili-
tative Services placement of a child in an independent living situation
under certain conditions; authorizing use of state foster care funds for
establishment of an independent living program for certain minors;
providing procedures; creating s. 743.067, F.S., providing for removal
of disability of nonage for certain minors in foster care; providing
conditions; providing for hearings and a judgment of emancipation;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Wallace, Hanson, Healey, Press-
HB 29-A bill to be entitled An act relating to law enforcement;
authorizing a law enforcement officer to order telephone lines to be cut,
rerouted, or diverted in certain hostage and barricade situations;
providing immunity to telephone companies for certain civil, criminal,
or administrative actions which arise from such an incident; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Sanderson, Thomas, Garcia, Starks, Frishe,
Lombard, Hill, Simone, Gutman, Shelley, Jennings-
HB 30-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use and
other transactions; amending s. 8 of chapter 86-166, Laws of Florida;
deleting the repeal of provisions which exempt certain professional
services; repealing s. 212.05 (1) (j), F.S., which imposes said tax on the
provision of services; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Renke, Sanderson, Hanson-
HB 31-A bill to be entitled An act relating to executions; amending
s. 922.09, F.S., providing for continued effect of death warrants;
amending s. 922.06, F.S., prescribing a period in which the date of
execution of a death sentence shall be set following dissolution of a
stay of the sentence; amending s. 922.08, F.S., requiring the Governor
to notify the Attorney General when he lifts a stay of execution for
pregnancy; amending s. 922.11, F.S., requiring the appropriate medi-
cal examiner to determine cause of death following an execution and to
maintain certain records; amending s. 922.12, F.S., providing that the
warrant shall be returned to the Secretary of State rather than the
Governor following execution; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Corrections, Probation & Parole and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Renke, Garcia, Sanderson, Titone, Jennings,
Sample, Lombard, Woodruff, Messersmith, Diaz-Balart, Troxler, Gut-



man, Hanson, Patchett, Morse, D. L. Jones, Crotty, Hill, Sansom,
Shelley, Souto, King, Holland-



HB 26-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Retirement System; amending s. 121.091, F.S., providing a minimum



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HB 32-A bill to be entitled An act relating to corrections;
amending s. 944.275, F.S.; providing a scheduled reduction in basic
gain-time and incentive gain-time; clarifying the purposes of incentive
gain-time; prohibiting a prisoner from accruing gain-time in certain
circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Corrections, Probation & Parole and
Appropriations.

By Representative Hawkins-
HB 33-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax deeds; amending
s. 197.602, F.S.; entitling holders of tax deeds to attorney's fees under
certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Renke and Shelley-
HCR 34-A concurrent resolution ratifying the proposed amend-
ment to the Constitution of the United States relating to compensation
of Senators and Representatives.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Renke-
HB 35-A bill to be entitled An act relating to financial responsibili-
ty; amending s. 324.072, providing increased financial responsibility
requirements for persons convicted of violations relating to driving
under the influence; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Friedman, Rochlin, Davis, Press, Healey, Sam-
ple, Mills, Mackenzie, Cosgrove-
HB 36-A bill to be entitled An act relating to youth; creating the
Florida Youth Conservation Corps Act of 1987; providing intent;
providing definitions; establishing the Office of Civilian Conservation
within the Department of Natural Resources to administer the Florida
Youth Conservation Corps program; providing conservation and public
service components of the program; providing for appointment of a
director of the Office of Civilian Conservation; providing duties and
authority of the department; providing an educational component of
the program; providing for emergency response activities; providing
program eligibility, length of service, and duties; providing for
department rules; providing severability; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Youth and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ostrau and Hanson-
HB 37-A bill to be entitled An act relating to catastrophic illness
and accident compensation; creating a Commission for the Study of
Catastrophic Illness and Accident Compensation; providing member-
ship requirements, functions, and duties; requiring a report and
proposed legislation; providing an appropriation; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representatives Kelly and Smith-
HB 38-A bill to be entitled An act relating to saltwater fisheries;
amending s. 370.01, F.S., defining the term "saltwater fish"; creating
s. 370.0605, F.S.; providing for a saltwater fishing license; providing
fees; providing exemptions; directing the Department of Natural
Resources to establish a marine information system; providing for the
disposition of license fees; creating a Marine Resources Conservation
Trust Fund; creating s. 370.0606, F.S.; providing for the appointment
of subagents for the issuance and sale of saltwater fishing licenses;
providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.



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Florida, relating to accelerated articulation; providing an effective
date.
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By Representative Liberti-
HB 40-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending s. 550.10, F.S., increasing certain license fees;
providing for allocation; creating s. 550.2405, F.S., prohibiting the use
of controlled substances or alcohol by certain occupational licensees
during performances; providing for enforcement by the stewards,
judges or board of judges; providing penalties to be imposed by the
stewards, judges or board of judges and the Division of Pari-mutuel
Wagering; providing for use of tests; providing for rulemaking;
providing for the legal effect of certain tests or actions; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Liberti and Press-
HB 41-A bill to be entitled An act relating to expressway
authorities; repealing part V of chapter 348, F.S.; abolishing the Palm
Beach Expressway Authority; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representatives Meffert, Mackenzie, Rochlin-
HB 42-A bill to be entitled An act relating to family attendance at
horseraces; creating s. 550.041, F.S.; permitting minors to attend
horseraces under certain circumstances; prohibiting minors from
placing wagers; amending ss. 550.04, 550.41, F.S., conforming lan-
guage; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Jamerson, Crotty, Metcalf, Reddick, Gaffney-
HB 43-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; amending
s. 230.645, F.S.; exempting dual enrollment and early admission
students from certain postsecondary fees; creating s. 233.63, F.S.;
assigning certain instructional materials to district school boards or
community college boards of trustees; requiring free instructional
materials for dual enrollment students; amending s. 236.081, F.S.,
relating to the Florida Education Finance Program; establishing
funding formulas for dual enrollment students; amending s. 240.115,
F.S.; adding an acceleration mechanism; requiring community colleges
to offer credit by examination; creating s. 240.116, F.S.; establishing
legislative intent for articulated acceleration; providing requirements
for acceleration mechanisms; creating s. 240.1161, F.S.; requiring that
superintendents of schools and community college presidents establish
articulation agreements; prescribing agreement contents; requiring
the inclusion of dual enrollment courses in pupil progression plans;
providing for amended agreements; authorizing agreements with
universities; providing for Department of Education approval of dual
enrollment courses; creating s. 240.1163, F.S.; authorizing joint dual
enrollment and advanced placement courses; providing guidelines;
providing for funding; providing for the award of postsecondary credit;
amending s. 240.117, F.S.; requiring entry-level examinations for dual
enrollment students; amending s. 240.233, F.S., relating to university
admission; revising a cross-reference, to conform; amending s. 240.235,
F.S.; exempting dual enrollment and early admission students from
certain university fees; providing for funding of students; amending
s. 240.321, F.S.; exempting certain secondary students from certain
community college admission requirements; amending s. 240.35, F.S.;
exempting dual enrollment and early admission students from certain
community college fees; directing the Postsecondary Education Plan-
ning Commission to study funding formulas for certain articulated
acceleration programs; directing the State Board of Education to study
exemptions for mathematics and writing skills requirements; directing
the State Board of Education to study articulated acceleration
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By Representative Clements--

HB 44-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health care cost
containment; amending s. 395.507, F.S.; exempting the Shriners
Hospital for Crippled Children from certain reporting requirements;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Health Care.
By Representatives Clements, Jennings, Rehm-
HB 45-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cemeteries; amending
s. 497.006, F.S.; revising criteria for determining the need for new
cemeteries; amending s. 497.033, F.S.; modifying review provisions of
cemetery company bylaws by the Department of Banking and Finance
with respect to the requirements of ch. 120, F.S.; creating s. 497.091,
F.S.; requiring owners of burial rights to keep cemeteries informed of
their addresses; providing abandonment proceedings; establishing a
method by which abandoned burial rights may be sold; providing for
review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.
By Representative Bloom-
HB 46-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the district school
system; creating s. 236.024, F.S.; establishing legislative intent to
subsidize school boards for district teacher experience above the state
average; establishing district eligibility to receive a teacher experience
allocation; providing a method for computation of the allocation;
providing that the total appropriation for the allocation may be set in
the annual appropriations act; providing for adjustment of each
district's share; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.
By Representatives Crotty, Friedman, Wetherell, Lombard, Metcalf,
Reddick, Liberti, Young, Gaffney, Sansom-
HB 47-A bill to be entitled An act relating to higher education;
creating s. 240.551, F.S.; creating the Florida Postsecondary Cost
Stabilization Program; providing intent; providing definitions; provid-
ing a purpose; creating the Postsecondary Cost Stabilization Trust
Fund; providing for contents; creating the Postsecondary Cost Stabili-
zation Board to administer the program; providing for board member-
ship and terms; providing for meetings and staff; providing powers of
the board; requiring an annual evaluation of actuarial soundness of
the fund; requiring a comprehensive investment plan; authorizing
delegation of responsibility for plan administration; requiring annual
reporting on the fund; requiring provisions of advance payment
contracts for registration and advance payment contracts for dormitory
residence; authorizing retention of refund under certain conditions;
providing for refunds; providing for contract conversions; providing for
multiple contract plans; providing conditions for such plans; requiring
board solicitation of proposals for certain services; providing criteria
for selection of proposals; providing limitations on use of fund assets;
providing for fund expenditure priorities; authorizing contract pay-
ments through payroll deduction for certain employees; prohibiting
contract purchase as guarantee of admission, continuation of enroll-
ment, or graduation; creating s. 240.3031, F.S.; creating a State
Community College System; providing for membership; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.
By Representative Morse--
HB 48-A bill to be entitled An act relating to uniform traffic
control; creating s. 316.1952, F.S.; prohibiting onstreet parking meters
within residence districts; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.
By Representatives Morse and Jennings--
HB 49--A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; amending
s. 104.271, F.S.; prohibiting candidates in any primary or other



election from making in any political advertisement false statements
of material fact about themselves; providing application and a



rebuttable presumption; providing for expedited hearings before the
Florida Elections Commission; providing penalties; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Jamerson and Press-
HB 50-A bill to be entitled An act relating to discrimination in
public accommodations; creating ss. 760.40-760.45, F.S., the Public
Accommodations Act; defining unlawful accommodation practices;
providing powers of the Commission on Human Relations; providing
for filing of complaints with the commission and investigation thereof;
providing for confidentiality and for review and repeal; authorizing
aggrieved individuals to file civil actions; providing for injunctive
relief, damages, and attorney's fees; providing for filing of civil actions
by the Attorney General, the executive director of the commission, or
an aggrieved individual under certain circumstances; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

HB 51-Withdrawn

By Representatives Titone and Cosgrove-
HB 52-A bill to be entitled An act relating to controlled substances;
amending s. 893.03, F.S., defining cocaine base as a Schedule II
controlled substance; amending s. 893.135, F.S., creating the offense of
trafficking in cocaine base; providing a penalty schedule; reenacting
s. 782.04 (1) (a) 2.a., (3) (a), and (4) (a), F.S., to incorporate the
amendment to s. 893.135, F.S., in a reference thereto; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Hawkins-
HB 53-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; amending
s. 97.021, F.S.; defining "election costs"; amending s. 100.011, F.S.;
requiring certain districts to pay for their election costs; amending
ss. 100.201 and 100.261, F.S.; requiring counties, districts, and munici-
palities to pay election costs for bond referenda; amending s. 125.01,
F.S.; requiring districts to pay certain election costs; amending
s. 190.003, F.S., to correct a cross-reference; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Davis-
HB 54-A bill to be entitled An act relating to juveniles; amending
s. 39.01, F.S.; providing definitions; creating a new part IV of chapter
39, F.S., relating to families in need of services and children in need of
services; providing procedures and jurisdiction; providing duties of the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services; providing for
taking into custody a child alleged to be in need of services or from a
family in need of services; providing for placement in a shelter;
providing for investigation of complaints that a child is from a family
in need of services; providing for services and treatment; providing for
fees; providing for case staffing and individualized service-treatment
plans; providing for family mediation; requiring the department to
establish a family mediation program in each district; authorizing the
department to contract for family mediation services; providing for
selection and qualifications of family mediators; providing for disposi-
tion of cases; authorizing the department to file a petition for a child in
need of services; providing duties of the state attorney; providing for
summonses and service of process; providing for answer and right to
counsel; authorizing physical and mental examination and treatment
of the child and, under certain circumstances, the parent, guardian, or
person requesting custody; authorizing certain placement of the child
for treatment; authorizing emergency treatment; providing for reim-
bursement of expenses; providing for hearings; providing for orders of



adjudication; providing the court's powers of disposition; providing for
oaths, records, and confidential information; providing for contempt of



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court and for appeals; limiting compensation of court-appointed
counsel; amending s. 232.19, F.S.; conforming provisions relating to
court procedures in habitual truancy cases; amending ss. 39.401,
39.402, and 39.403, F.S.; conforming provisions relating to taking a
child alleged to be dependent into custody and placement in a shelter;
amending ss. 39.015, 39.11, 39.408, and 959.24, F.S.; conforming cross
references; amending s. 27.51, F.S.; requiring the public defender to
represent an indigent alleged to be a child in need of services; creating
a trust fund to fund care of children in temporary custody of the
department; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Deutsch-
HB 55-A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of James M.
Johnson; providing for an appropriation to compensate him for injuries
suffered as a result of the negligence of the Florida Department of
Corrections; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representatives Kelly and Hansorn-
HB 56-A bill to be entitled An act relating to highway safety;
creating ss. 322.51 and 322.52, F.S.; amending ss. 320.08 and 320.20,
F.S.; authorizing the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles to conduct driver improvement programs; providing for
funding; creating the Florida Motorcycle Safety Education Program;
providing for safety courses; providing for certification of instructors;
specifying institutions at which courses may be conducted; providing
for reimbursement of certain costs to such institutions; providing for
rules; imposing a motorcycle safety education fee upon registration of
motorcycles, motor-driven cycles, and mopeds; providing for disposition
of the proceeds of such fee; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representatives Sansom and Hill-
HB 57-A bill to be entitled An act relating to building construction
standards; amending s. 553.48, F.S., relating to accessibility features
for handicapped persons; requiring listening systems for hearing-im-
paired persons in certain public buildings; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Kelly-
HB 58-A bill to be entitled An act relating to psychological
services; amending ss 490.002, 490.003, 490.004, 490.005, 490.006,
490.007, 490.008, 490.009, 490.011, 490.012, and 490.014, F.S.;
removing provisions relating to regulation of clinical social workers,
marriage and family therapists, and mental health counselors; modify-
ing provisions relating to school psychologists; conforming language;
removing obsolete language; modifying provisions relating to licensure
by endorsement, license renewal, inactive status, and disciplinary
actions, violations, and exemptions; creating chapter 491, F.S., the
"Multidisciplinary Psychotherapy Act"; providing intent; providing
definitions; creating the Board of Multidisciplinary Psychotherapy;
providing for qualifications and licensure by examination for clinical
social workers, marriage and family therapists, and mental health
counselors; providing for licensure by endorsement; providing for
license renewal; providing for inactive status; providing for approval of
continuing education providers, programs, and courses; requiring proof
of completion of continuing education; providing disciplinary actions
and grounds therefore; prohibiting sexual misconduct; providing viola-
tions; providing a penalty; providing for injunction; providing exemp-
tions from the provisions of the chapter; providing for the practice of
hypnosis; providing for the practice of sex therapy; providing for
certification of certified master social workers; providing for confiden-
tiality and privileged communications; providing for continuation of



certain rules, legal and administrative proceedings, and licenses;
amending ss. 232.02 and 394.455, F.S.; correcting cross references;



repealing s. 490.015, F.S., relating to duties of the Department of
Professional Regulation with respect to clinical social workers, mar-
riage and family therapists, mental health counselors, and school
psychologists; providing for review and repeal of chapter 491, F.S.;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, Appropriations.

By Representative Dunbar-
HB 59-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of
Clearwater, Pinellas County; providing for the relief of the estate of
Daniel Sullivan to compensate for the loss of his life; providing for
payment by the City of Clearwater; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representatives Morse, Casas, Martinez, Cosgrove-
HB 60-A bill to be entitled An act relating to costs; amending
s. 939.01, F.S.; requiring inclusion of law enforcement and arson
investigative costs in costs rendered in criminal judgments; requiring
the court to state reasons for not entering costs; requiring defendant to
pay the costs in specified period or installments;, specifying periods in
which payments must be made; allowing consideration of costs
incurred; allowing consideration of financial needs and earning ability
and financial resources of defendant; specifying burdens of proof on
state attorney and defendant; providing for default and collection;
providing for return of investigative costs recovered to the investiga-
tive agency incurring the expense; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Carlton-
HB 61--A bill to be entitled An act relating to tourism; amending
s. 20.17 and creating ss. 288.341 and 288.3411, F.S.; creating the
Florida Tourism Commission and providing for the membership
thereof; providing powers and duties of the commission; providing that
the commission shall approve appointment of the director of the
Division of Tourism; providing for financial disclosure by members;
requiring an annual report; creating ss. 288.348-288.3493, F.S.; pro-
viding definitions; providing for imposition of a tourism promotion fee
to be calculated pursuant to chapter 212, F.S., relating to the sales and
use tax; providing for alteration of the fee by the commission;
specifying sales, rentals, admissions, and leases upon which the fee
shall be applicable; providing for collection and administration by the
Department of Revenue and the Division of Tourism of the Department
of Commerce; providing for penalties; amending s. 215.22, F.S.,
relating to administration of the Tourism Promotion Trust Fund;
authorizing promulgation of emergency rules; amending ss. 288.34 and
288.342, F.S., relating to powers and duties of the Division of Tourism
and to deposit of funds in the Tourism Promotion Trust Fund;
providing for transfer of unexpended funds in the Tourism Promotional
Trust Fund; repealing s. 288.347, F.S., the Tourism Advisory Council;
providing effective dates.
Referred to the Committees on Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Finance
& Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 62-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending ss. 550.08, 550.082 and 551.031, F.S.; authorizing
certain pari-mutuel permitholders additional operating days; providing
ah effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Patchett, Dunbar, Renke, Simone, Hill, Han-
son-
HB 63--A bill to be entitled An act relating to campaign financing;



amending s. 106.08, F.S.; restricting contributions received by public
officials; providing penalties; providing an effective date.



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Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Tobin, Titone, Cosgrove, Hill-
HB 64-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sales taxation;
repealing s. 212.05 (1) (j), F.S., as created by s. 3, ch. 86-166, Laws of
Florida, which imposed a sales tax on performing or providing services,
and amending s. 8, ch. 86-166, Laws of Florida, to delete the provision
that provides for the repeal of s. 212.08 (7) (d), F.S., effective July 1,
1987, thereby continuing the exemption on professional, insurance,
and personal service transactions on or after that date; providing an
effective date; providing for retroactive application.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Gardner-
HB 65-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alimony, support,
maintenance, and child support payments; amending s. 61.181, F.S.;
providing a maximum fee for receiving, recording, reporting, disburs-
ing, monitoring, or handling such payments; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Gardner and Rudd-
HB 66-A bill to be entitled An act relating to schools; creating
s. 230.335, F.S.; requiring law enforcement agencies to notify the
appropriate superintendent of schools of certain arrests or convictions
of a student or employee of the school district; providing for
confidentiality; creating s. 230.336, F.S., requiring the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services to notify the appropriate superin-
tendent of schools of any student or employee of the school district who
contracts certain diseases; providing for confidentiality; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Hill-
HB 67-A bill to be entitled An act relating to driving under the
influence; amending ss. 316.193 and 316.1934, F.S.; lowering the blood
alcohol level which establishes the offense of driving with an unlawful
blood alcohol level; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Reaves-
HB 68-A bill to be entitled An act relating to commodities,
insurance, and contractual services; amending s. 287.012, F.S., rede-
fining the term "minority-owned firm or company" to exclude joint
ventures consisting of one or more nonminority firms; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on International Trade & Economic
Development.

By Representatives Reaves and Cosgrove-
HB 69-A bill to be entitled An act relating to voter registration;
amending s. 98.051, F.S.; authorizing registration on Sundays; auth-
orizing registration in churches, high schools, social security offices,
food stamp offices, and drugstores; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Bankhead--
HB 70--A bill to be entitled An act relating to state-employee



parking; amending s. 272.161, F.S.; requiring the department to adopt
certain guidelines for the lease of parking space; providing for
provision of adequate parking for new state facilities; requiring certain
contracts to provide parking fees; providing for loading zone permits;
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employees; providing minimum fees for parking space rental by the
Department of General Services; authorizing use of the Paid Parking
Trust Fund for additional costs; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Meffert-
HB 71-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employment;
creating s. 110.141, F.S., establishing a tuition refund program for
state employees; providing eligibility requirements and restrictions;
providing for rules; providing effective dates.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Meffert-
HB 72-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers' licenses;
amending ss. 322.05, 322.126, and 322.16, F.S.; revising the age at
which a restricted license may be issued; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Meffert-
HB 73-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mobile home and
recreational vehicle dealers; amending s. 320.77, F.S., revising lan-
guage with respect to the bond required of dealers to include reference
to written contracts for improvements made to a mobile home or
recreational vehicle; providing that the bond may be in the favor of the
contractor providing labor or material; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representative Drage-
HB 74-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Mobile
Home Act; amending s. 723.012 and creating s. 723.0595, F.S.; requir-
ing that the prospectus furnished to a prospective lessee specify a
period of time that the home owner may expect the mobile home park
to be operated as such; providing legislative findings with respect to
such period; amending s. 723.061, F.S.; eliminating the repeal of
provisions which provide for certain compensation to a mobile home
owner in the event of eviction due to change of land use; specifying
that such provisions apply to a home owner evicted prior to the end of
said specified period and revising said provisions; amending s. 723.083,
F.S.; providing that certain provisions relating to governmental action
affecting removal of mobile home owners do not apply to a mobile
home park not required to provide a prospectus; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Simone-
HJR 75-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 9
and the creation of Section 20 of Article XII of the State Constitution
relating to school bonds.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Simone-
HB 76-A bill to be entitled An act relating to a special election for
the approval or rejection by the electors of a joint resolution relating to
school bonds; providing for publication of notice and for procedures;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.



By Representatives Ostrau and Deutsch-
HB 77-A bill to be entitled An act relating to controlled substances;
amending s. 893.03, F.S.; adding a substance to the list of Schedule I










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controlled substances; clarifying the meaning of a substance listed in
Schedule II; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Deutsch and Ostrau-
HB 78-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the state group
insurance program; creating s. 110.1239, F.S.; directing the Depart-
ment of Administration to provide for increased payments for outpa-
tient surgery as part of the state group health insurance program;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 79-A bill to be entitled An act relating to former Inter-Ameri-
can Center Authority property; amending s. 253.033, F.S.; providing
that certain portions of such property may be used for any purpose in
accordance with local building and zoning regulations; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Hill-
HB 80-A bill to be entitled An act relating to construction projects;
providing for the effect of rules changes on permits, approvals, or other
actions granted by certain departments with respect to construction
projects; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Tobin-
HB 81-A bill to be entitled An act relating to candidates for public
office; amending s. 106.141, F.S.; changing the amount of campaign
contributions which may be kept in a surplus account by candidates for
county office and candidates elected on less than a countywide basis;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Ethics & Elections.

By Representative Morse-
HB 82-A bill to be entitled An act relating to local occupational
license taxes; repealing s. 205.033 (6), F.S., relating to the authority of
certain counties to impose an additional occupational license tax and
the distribution of the proceeds from such tax; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representatives Hill and Sansom-
HB 83-A bill to be entitled An act relating to highway beautifica-
tion; creating a Natural Landscapes Study Committee; providing for
appointment of members; providing duties; requiring a report; provid-
ing for termination of the committee; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representatives Locke, Jennings, Hanson-
HB 84-A bill to be entitled An act relating to legal holidays;
amending s. 683.01, F.S., relating to the observance of Memorial Day;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining.

By Representatives Locke, Hanson, Cosgrove--
HB 85-A bill to be entitled An act relating to aircraft; amending
s. 329.11, F.S.; providing for seizure and forfeiture proceedings against
certain unidentifiable aircraft; prohibiting the counterfeiting of manu-



facturer's identification plates or decals for aircraft; providing an
effective date.



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HB 92-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
s. 229.8056, F.S.; providing for an alcohol and drug abuse education
program in elementary and middle schools; providing duties of the
Commissioner of Education and the Department of Education; amend-
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Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representatives Locke and Hanson-
HB 86-A bill to be entitled An act relating to security of
communications; amending s. 934.03, F.S., authorizing recording of
certain outgoing wire communications from a law enforcement commu-
nications center; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Science & Technology.

By Representatives D. L. Jones and Hill-
HB 87-A bill to be entitled An act relating to adult congregate
living facilities; amending s. 400.407, F.S., exempting certain nursing
homes located upon the grounds of an adult congregate living facility
from certificate of need requirements; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Diaz-Balart--
HB 88-A bill to be entitled An act relating to burglary; amending
s. 810.011, F.S., defining the term "business establishment"; amending
s. 810.02, F.S., providing for a minimum mandatory sentence and
minimum mandatory fine with respect to the burglary of a dwelling or
a business establishment; providing for the reduction or suspension of
such a sentence under certain circumstances; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Diaz-Balart and Hill-
HB 89-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug abuse
prevention and control; amending s. 893.13, F.S.; providing a mini-
mum term of imprisonment and fine for the delivery of certain
controlled substances to a minor; providing for the reduction or
suspension of such a sentence under certain circumstances; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Jennings, Kelly, Lombard, Thomas, Shelley,
Holland, Diaz-Balart--
HB 90-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; repealing
s. 100.091, F.S., relating to a second primary election; amending
s. 100.061, F.S.; providing that candidates receiving the highest
number of votes in the primary election be declared nominated;
providing a method for deciding tie votes; eliminating the second
primary; amending ss. 97.021, 98.051, 98.081, 99.061, 99.095, 99.0955,
99.096, 99.103, 100.071, 100.111, 100.141, 101.141, 101.62, 102.012,
103.021, 103.022, 105.031, 105.035, 105.041, 105.051, 106.07, 106.29,
106.35, and 582.18, F.S.; conforming language; amending s. 106.08,
F.S.; eliminating campaign contributions attached to the second
primary; repealing s. 100.096, F.S., relating to special local elections to
be held at the second primary election; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Souto-
HB 91--A bill to be entitled An act relating to public health;
requiring the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to
develop a comprehensive program to disseminate information regard-
ing Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS); providing for
distribution of literature; providing contents; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

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preventative education in the programs of teacher education centers;
amending ss. 233.011 and 236.0811, F.S.; requiring such inclusion in
curriculum frameworks developed by the department and in school
district master plans for inservice educational training; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Souto-
HB 93-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug abuse;
amending s. 893.13, F.S., providing a mandatory minimum term of
imprisonment for persons convicted of selling certain controlled
substances to a minor; prohibiting probation, parole, or gain-time until
such sentence is served; amending ss. 232.26 and 240.133, F.S.,
relating to public schools, community colleges and state universities, to
provide mandatory suspension of students who deliver controlled
substances to a minor; providing for readmittance upon completion of a
licensed drug abuse program; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 94-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public records;
amending s. 119.14, F.S.; expanding the criteria which justify an
exemption to the provisions of the Open Government Sunset Review
Act; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 95-A bill to be entitled An act relating to law enforcement and
correctional officers; amending s. 112.533, F.S., which exempts com-
plaints filed against such officers from public records requirements
during the interim an internal investigation of the complaint is active;
saving such exemption from repeal; providing for future review and
repeal; deleting a prohibition against disclosing intention to file a
complaint; prohibiting any person within an agency or public office
from disclosing certain information; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 96-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public employees;
amending s. 112.21, F.S.; providing an exemption from public records
requirements for records relating to tax-sheltered annuities or custo-
dial accounts for such employees; amending s. 112.215, F.S., which
provides such an exemption for records relating to deferred compensa-
tion programs; saving such exemption from repeal; providing for future
review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges--
HB 97--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Administration; amending s. 110.201, F.S.; reenacting the public
records exemption for specified collective bargaining discussions and
work products; extending the exemption to include agency heads and
their representatives; providing for future review and repeal; providing
an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representative Mitchell--
HB 98--A bill to be entitled An act relating to animal industry;



amending s. 585.08, F.S., providing for certificate of veterinary
inspection of domestic animals moved into the state; amending
s. 585.35, F.S., authorizing the Department of Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services to examine certain records and documents relating to
animals; amending s. 585.41, F.S., providing an administrative penal-



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ty for violation of department rules and a penalty for violation of
chapter 585; amending s. 585.61, F.S., expanding the jurisdiction of
diagnostic laboratory services; amending ss. 585.62, 585.621, and
585.64, F.S., expanding the jurisdiction of certain poultry diagnostic
disease laboratories and abolishing certain laboratories; removing
laboratory construction responsibilities from the department; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representative Mitchell-
HB 99-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services; amending s. 570.07, F.S., auth-
orizing the department to acquire, preserve, and exhibit artifacts,
relics, and historic items reflective of the state's agricultural history;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Clements-
HB 100-A bill to be entitled An act relating to homicide; creating
s. 782.072, F.S.; defining vessel homicide; providing penalties; provid-
ing additional penalties for a person who commits vessel homicide and
refuses to stop, leaves the scene of the incident without rendering
assistance, or fails to give required notice; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Friedman-
HB 101-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Medicaid; amending
s. 409.266, F.S., providing reference to county liability in provisions
which provide for the payment of medical services to certain additional
eligible persons; providing for the payment of emergency medical
services at certain trauma centers; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representatives D. L. Jones, Lombard, Drage, Liberti-
HB 102-A bill to be entitled An act relating to vehicle safety
equipment; creating part II of chapter 325, F.S.; providing definitions;
providing for an annual motor vehicle inspection program; providing
for certificates of inspection; providing for the local inspection of
exhaust emissions; providing time limits for the inspection of new and
newly registered motor vehicles; providing for qualification of and
agreement with contractors; providing for self-inspection by qualified
persons; providing that inspections do not constitute a warranty of
mechanical condition; providing that the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles shall issue rules; providing that certain
records must be maintained; providing for repair procedures with
respect to defective vehicles; providing procedures with respect to
motor vehicles involved in accidents or otherwise damaged; prohibiting
the issuance of inspection certificates for any vehicle which has not
actually been inspected; prohibiting forged certificates; providing
penalties; providing for the days and hours of operation of inspection
stations; providing fees; providing for the training of inspectors;
providing for funding; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Titone-
HB 103--A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug testing of high
school students; creating s. 232.279, F.S., requiring each district school
board to develop a program of random urinalysis testing of students in
grades 9-12 for detection of controlled substances; providing for
voluntary authorization forms from parents or guardians, with agree-
ment to pay costs; requiring the school board to contract with a



licensed clinical laboratory for testing; providing for notification of test
results; providing for referral for drug counseling; providing for records
of test results and referrals; providing an effective date.
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By Representative Titone-
HB 104-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health insurance;
directing the Insurance Commissioner and Treasurer to develop a plan
for certification of health insurance plans that include economic
incentives for insureds who meet certain requirements; specifying
insurers and employers required to offer such a plan; requiring a
report to the Legislature; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representatives Bankhead and Hawkins-
HB 105-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state uniform traffic
control; amending ss. 316.003 and 320.01, F.S., redefining the terms
"bicycle" and "motor-driven cycle" to exclude certain vehicles; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committtes on Transportation and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representatives Reddick, Jamerson, Burke-
HB 106-A bill to be entitled An act relating to jurors; amending
s. 40.013, F.S.; providing for the exclusion of certain persons from jury
service for medical reasons; amending s. 40.02, F.S.; excluding persons
who have served as jurors from further service until the jury list is
exhausted; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Bass, Cosgrove, Guber, Healey, Lippman,
Mackenzie, Metcalf, Ostrau, Rochlin, Rush, Simon, Reaves, Liberti,
Hanson, Tobin-
HB 107-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use,
and other transactions; amending ss. 212.05 and 212.08, F.S.; provid-
ing an exemption for specified medical services; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Burke, Logan, Jamerson, Reddick, Reaves,
Gaffney-
HB 108-A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Freddie Lee
Pitts and Wilbert Lee; providing an appropriation as compensation for
having been victims of a miscarriage of justice; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representatives Liberti, Meffert, Locke, Gardner, Wetherell,
Hodges, B. L. Johnson, Healey, Carpenter-
HB 109-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending s. 550.262, F.S., authorizing the use of certain
funds for the general promotion of owning and breeding certain horses;
providing for the payment of a sum equal to the breaks plus a certain
percent of all pari-mutuel pools conducted for the general promotion of
owning and breeding racing quarter horses; authorizing the Florida
Quarter Horse Breeders and Owners Association to receive payments
and make awards; providing for use of funds; providing for awards;
providing for required records; providing procedures with respect to the
failure of the association to comply with the provisions of the act;
providing for the establishment of an annual plan for supplementing
purses and prizes and general promotion approved by the Florida
Pari-mutuel Commission; amending s. 550.263, F.S., providing for the
payment of certain funds to the association; amending s. 550.265, F.S.,
deleting certain powers and duties of the Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services with respect to quarter horse racing; deleting
certain provisions with respect to fraudulent acts and misrepresenta-



tions; eliminating registration fees; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulated Industries & Licensing.



By Representative Gutman-
HB 110-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Dade County;
providing for the relief of Luis D. Cifuentes, surviving spouse, and
Claudia Cecilia Cifuentes, surviving child of Marta Cifuentes, to
compensate them for the death of Marta Cifuentes who died while
sunbathing on Virginia Key Beach, Dade County, Florida, when struck
by an automobile; providing for payment by Metropolitan Dade
County; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representative Martinez-
HB 111-A bill to be entitled An act relating to former justices and
judges assigned to temporary judicial duty; amending s. 25.073, F.S.;
prescribing qualifications for eligibility to receive compensation for
such service; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Meffert-
HB 112-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services; amending ss. 39.41 and 409.168,
F.S.; clarifying the department's duty to provide visitation between
children in its custody and their biological families; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative Casas-
HB 113-A bill to be entitled An act relating to misuse of public
office; amending ss. 838.015 and 838.016, F.S.; providing an additional
penalty for public servants convicted of bribery or violation of
provisions relating to unlawful compensation or reward for official
behavior; providing for judgments and enforcement thereof; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Hargrett-
HB 114-A bill to be entitled An act relating to contracting;
amending s. 489.131, F.S., to provide that a municipality or county
may require a bond for a contractor; amending s. 489.537, F.S., to
provide that a municipality or county may require a bond for an
electrical contractor; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Lippman, Gordon, D. L. Jones-
HB 115-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fire safety; creating
the Florida Fire Sprinkler Trust Fund and providing an appropriation
thereto from the Insurance Commissioner's Regulatory Trust Fund;
authorizing the State Fire Marshal's Office to draw upon such funds to
provide loans to licensed adult congregate living facilities and
developmental services group homes for purchase and installation of
automatic sprinkler systems; providing for approval of such. systems;
providing for loan agreements; giving preference to certain facilities;
providing an appropriation for employment of personnel to manage the
Florida Fire Sprinkler Trust Fund; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Clements-
HB 116-A bill to be entitled An act relating'to the Florida
Retirement System; amending s. 121.0515, F.S., clarifying the proce-
dure for designating special risk membership in the system; providing



for the retention of special risk membership for certain members
transferred or reassigned to other positions; authorizing members of



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the Regular Class and the Special Risk Administrative Support Class
to apply for and be admitted as members of the Special Risk Class;
restoring special risk credit for certain periods of employment;
providing for contributions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Bell-
HB 117-A bill to be entitled An act relating to immunity from
liability; amending s. 768.135, F.S.; changing standard of care for civil
immunity of volunteer team physicians providing emergency medical
treatment at school athletic events; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Souto-
HB 118-A bill to be entitled An act relating to poisoning of food,
drink, medicine, or water supply; amending ss. 782.04 and 859.01,
F.S.; increasing penalties if the act results in death or disability of
another; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Martinez-
HB 119-A bill to be entitled An act relating to highway safety;
creating s. 322.0661, F.S., providing for the creation of a driver-
oriented substance abuse program; providing a fee; amending
ss. 322.08 and 322.09, F.S., prohibiting the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles from issuing a driver's license to any person
unless the person has successfully completed a driver-oriented sub-
tance abuse program; amending s. 25.387, F.S., providing for the
deposit of an assessment in the DWI Schools Coordination Trust Fund;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Grindle-
HB 120-A bill to be entitled An act relating to certificates of need
for health care facilities, health services, and hospices; amending
s. 381.495, F.S.; limiting the price that may be charged for a transfer of
a certificate of need; providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative D. L. Jones-
HB 121-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health care;
amending s. 641.31, F.S., relating to health maintenance contracts;
providing that certain physician care shall be made available upon
request; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representatives Gardner and Sansom-
HB 122-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motorcycle riders;
amending s. 316.211, F.S.; exempting persons of a specified age from
certain safety equipment requirements; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representatives Burnsed and Mackenzie--
HB 123--A bill to be entitled An act relating to transportation
contracts; amending s. 120.53, F.S., revising administrative procedures
with respect to formal written protests of certain contracts; creating
s. 337.015, F.S., providing legislative intent with respect to the
administration of public transportation contracts; amending s. 337.11,
F.S., requiring certain persons who protest certain contract awards of
the department to post a bond; expanding requirements with respect to
contracts let by the department; amending s. 337.14 FS., authorizing
the department to limit the dollar amount or the total dollar volume of



contracts which a person is allowed to have under contract at one time;
creating s. 337.145, F.S., providing for offsetting payments by the



department; amending s. 337.16, F.S., directing payment of penalty
and retainage upon delinquency; providing for denial or suspensions of
certificates of qualification by the department with respect to certain
contracts; creating s. 337.175, F.S., establishing retainage provisions;
amending s. 337.18, F.S., increasing the daily liquidated damages
charge for certain contract defaults; establishing penalty provisions;
amending s. 337.185, F.S., authorizing binding private arbitration;
creating s. 337.221, F.S., requiring the department to prepare quar-
terly reports on disputed contractual claims; providing for applicability
of certain sections of the act to specified contracts; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representatives Burnsed and Mackenzie-
HB 124-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transportation;
amending s. 337.11, F.S.; providing additional required provisions with
respect to contracts let by the Department of Transportation; creating
s. 337.125, F.S.; providing notice requirements for socially and econom-
ically disadvantaged business enterprises and women's business
enterprises; creating s. 337.135, F.S.; providing penalties for fraudu-
lent representations with respect to socially and economically disad-
vantaged business enterprises and women's business enterprises;
creating s. 337.137, F.S.; providing for decertification with respect to
subcontracting by socially and economically disadvantaged business
enterprises and women's business enterprises; amending s. 337.16,
F.S.; providing for denial or suspension of certificates of qualification
by the department with respect to certain contracts; amending
s. 339.0805, F.S.; providing expenditures for the women's business
enterprises program; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Burnsed-
HB 125-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Transportation; amending s. 20.23, F.S., providing legislative intent;
creating a Florida Transportation Commission; providing responsibili-
ties; creating s. 334.040, F.S., providing for the functions of the Florida
Transportation Commission; creating s. 334.041, F.S., providing for the
membership and terms of the commission; creating s. 334.042, F.S.,
providing for commission meetings, quorums and minutes; creating
s. 334.043, F.S., providing for an executive director; providing powers
and duties; amending ss. 335.092 and 341.344, F.S., revising terminol-
ogy; directing the Division of Statutory Revision to change the term
"Secretary of the Department of Transportation" to "head of the
Department of Transportation" where appropriate; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Deutsch-
HB 126-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services; directing the department to place
certain persons in adult congregate living facilities or homes for
special services; providing for a reimbursement level; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Thomas-
HB 127--A bill to be entitled An act relating to arrest; amending
s. 901.15, F.S.; providing that all state-certified law enforcement
officers, and federal law enforcement officers excluding military
officers, have full arrest authority with respect to felonies committed
in their presence; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Sansom-
HB 128-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public employees;



requiring the establishment of quality improvement programs by state
and local executive agencies, schools, community colleges, and univer-



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sities; providing for establishment of guidelines; providing for applica-
tion of chapter 447, F.S.; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representatives Drage, Crotty, Reddick, McEwan, Stone, Grin-
dle-
HB 129--A bill to be entitled An act relating to children; providing
intent; providing definitions; providing for establishment of a pilot
program for a network of services of alternative treatment for specified
children in District VII, Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services; requiring the department to contract for services; providing
for evaluation and report; providing an appropriation; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Renke, Frishe, Mortham, D. L. Jones, Long,
Jamerson, Sample, Woodruff, Rehm-
HB 130-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the judiciary;
amending ss. 26.031 and 34.022, F.S., to provide additional judges in
specified circuit and county courts; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Nergard and Clements-
HB 131-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicles;
amending s. 320.0848, F.S., providing for biennial renewal of the
exemption entitlement parking permit for handicapped persons; con-
tinuing certain existing permits; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Veterans, Military Affairs &
Emergency Preparedness and Appropriations.

By Representatives Reaves, Hanson, Banjanin-
HB 132-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public housing
projects; providing that a housing authority may evict a tenant found
guilty of committing certain prohibited acts relating to controlled
substances in or on the premises of a public housing project; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Housing.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 133-A bill to be entitled An act relating to hospitals; amending
s. 395.011, F.S., providing for staff membership and professional
clinical privileges for licensed chiropractic physicians; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 134-A bill to be entitled An act relating to hospitals; amending
s. 395.014, F.S., providing for acceptance of patients referred for
diagnostic X rays and tests by a licensed chiropractic physician;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 135--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the temporary
assignment of retired justices and judges to judicial duty; amending
s. 25.073, F.S.; changing the rate of compensation of such justices and
judges; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Gordon and Grindle-
HB 136--A bill to be entitled An act relating to negligence;



amending s. 768.28, F.S.; relating to applicability of grant of sovereign
immunity in tort; including officers, employees, and agents of state



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By Representative C. F. Jones-
HB 143-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers' compen-
sation; amending s. 440.13, F.S., relating to the provisions of medical



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agencies, and of teaching hospitals and private university medical
schools under agency contract with the state; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Peeples-
HB 137-A bill to be entitled An act relating to natural resources;
creating the Resource Alert Trust Fund to provide under certain
circumstances monetary rewards to citizens reporting violations of
state law or rule relating to protection or conservation of natural
resources; creating the Citizen's Resource Alert Advisory Council to
recommend to the Department of Natural Resources amounts and
recipients of such rewards; providing a separate recognition award;
providing limitations on size of fund and reward; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative D. L. Jones-
HB 138-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the practice of
chiropractic; amending ss. 460.403 and 460.413, F.S.; providing that
chiropractic physicians certified to administer proprietary drugs may
administer injectable vitamins; revising a requirement that certain
chiropractic physicians must be certified to use certain procedures;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 139-A bill to be entitled An act relating to family attendance at
greyhound dogracing and jai alai; creating s. 550.051, F.S.; permitting
minors to attend greyhound dograces under certain circumstances;
prohibiting minors from placing wagers; amending s. 550.04, F.S.,
conforming language; creating s. 551.115, F.S., permitting minors to
attend jai alai exhibitions under certain circumstances; prohibiting
minors from placing wagers; amending s. 551.12, F.S., conforming
language; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Silver and Meffert-
HB 140-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal appeals;
creating s. 924.075, F.S.; amending ss. 924.06, 924.07, F.S.; providing
that there is no right to appeal from a sentence outside of the range
authorized by sentencing guidelines; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Carpenter-
HB 141-A bill to be entitled An act relating to hunter safety;
creating s. 372.5717, F.S., prohibiting certain persons from hunting
without having successfully completed a hunter safety course and
without having a certification card; directing the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission to institute and coordinate a statewide hunter
safety course; providing for certification cards; providing exceptions;
providing a penalty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Carpenter and Tobiassen-
HB 142-A bill to be entitled An act relating to game and
freshwater fish; amending s. 372.988, F.S., providing an exemption for
bow hunters from the requirement of wearing daylight fluorescent
orange material while deer hunting; providing an effective date.
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services and supplies; providing a penalty for certain deauthorization
of a health care provider furnished by an employer; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

HJR 144-Withdrawn

By Representative Titone-
HB 145-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug and alcohol
abuse education; creating the Comprehensive Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Education Act; requiring school boards to implement comprehensive
drug and alcohol abuse education programs; providing for inservice
training; specifying duties of Department of Education; requiring
school boards to adopt policies regarding suspension and expulsion of
students involved in unlawful use, sale, or possession of drugs;
requiring school boards to adopt policies regarding early intervention,
evaluation, and treatment for such students; requiring each state
university to employ a drug and alcohol abuse education coordinator;
authorizing use of moneys in the criminal Justice Training Trust Fund
for purposes related to drug abuse education; requiring each state
university and the Division of Community Colleges of the Department
of Education to submit reports to the Legislature; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Clark-
HB 146-A bill to be entitled An act relating to personnel of the
district school system; amending s. 231.36, F.S.; requiring payment of
salary to members of the district administrative or supervisory staff
and members of the instructional staff during periods of suspension;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Drage-
HB 147-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
s. 232.435, F.S.; establishing the teacher athletic trainer incentive
program; providing intent; providing definitions; providing for admin-
istration; providing for eligibility; providing for responsibilities; pro-
viding an exemption for civil damages; providing for inservice
education; providing a trust fund; providing for allocations from the
fund; providing for rules; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Simone-
HB 148-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; amending
s. 101.121, F.S.; exempting members of the press from certain
restrictions near polling places; amending s. 102.031, F.S.; modifying
certain restrictions for soliciting near polling places; authorizing
certain officials to maintain order; repealing s. 104.36, F.S., relating to
penalties for certain solicitation of voters within 100 yards of a polling
place; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Ethics & Elections.

By Representative Woodruff-
HB 149--A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug trafficking;
amending s. 893.135, F.S.; providing limitations on accumulation of
gain-time by a person sentenced to a minimum mandatory term of
imprisonment for drug trafficking; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Corrections, Probation & Parole and
Appropriations.

By Representative Woodruff--



HB 150-A bill to be entitled An act relating to husband and wife;
amending s. 741.07, F.S.; authorizing retired judges to solemnize
matrimony; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.



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providing a definition; requiring certain money orders to bear certain
information; providing a penalty for use of a money order in
furtherance of any criminal activity; providing an effective date.
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HB 151-Withdrawn

By Representative Bainter-
HB 152-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liens; reenacting
s. 713.50, F.S.; providing liens upon personal property; creating
s. 713.655, F.S.; providing liens to veterinarians for unpaid fees for
professional services rendered; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Bainter-
HB 153-A bill to be entitled An act relating to executions;
amending s. 922.09, F.S., providing for continued effect of death
warrants; amending s. 922.06, F.S., prescribing a period in which the
date of execution of a death sentence shall be set following dissolution
of a stay of the sentence; amending s. 922.07, F.S., requiring the
Governor to notify the Attorney General when he lifts a stay of
execution where the convicted person has been found to have the
mental capacity to understand the nature of the death penalty and
why it is imposed upon him; amending s. 922.08, F.S., requiring the
Governor to notify the Attorney General when he lifts a stay of
execution for pregnancy; amending s. 922.11, F.S., requiring the
appropriate medical examiner to determine cause of death following an
execution and to maintain certain records; amending s. 922.12, F.S.,
providing that the warrant shall be returned to the Secretary of State
rather than the Governor following execution; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Corrections, Probation & Parole and
Appropriations.

By Representative Cosgrove-
HB 154-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state government;
requiring state agencies to respond to legislators' requests within a
specified period; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Lippman, Hill, Rochlin, Brown, Casas, Cosgrove,
Guber, Metcalf, Patchett, Rudd, Silver, Tobin, Wallace, Woodruff,
Logan, Shelley, Goode, Souto, Bloom, B. L. Johnson, Martin, Mitchell,
Jennings, Trammell, Nergard, Clements, Glickman, Grindle, Dantzler,
Mortham, Sanderson, Burke, Banjanin, Rush, Lewis, Reddick, Gonza-
lez-Quevedo, Mackey, Long, Morse, Press, Ireland, Gutman, Troxler-
HB 155-A bill to be entitled An act relating to child abuse;
amending s. 415.503, F.S.; expanding the meaning of "harm" which
constitutes "child abuse or neglect" for purposes of protective services
programs and proceedings to include injury sustained by a newborn
infant as a result of being born drug dependent; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Souto-
HB 156-A bill to be entitled An act relating to child custody
offenses; amending s. 787.04, F.S., relating to unlawful concealment or
removal of a child from the state; providing for reimbursement of the
investigating law enforcement agency's costs incurred in relation to
returning the child to lawful custody; providing for proof and
enforceability; providing a definition; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Souto-
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By Representative Souto-
HB 158-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug abuse;
amending s. 893.135, F.S., providing a mandatory minimum sentence
for persons convicted of a third or subsequent trafficking offense;
providing that anyone convicted of a murder committed during a
trafficking offense shall be guilty of a capital felony; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Souto-
HB 159-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal penalties;
amending s. 775.083, F.S.; increasing all maximum fines; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Meffert--
HB 160-A bill to be entitled An act relating to controlled
substances; amending s. 893.03, F.S., including cocaine freebase as a
Schedule I controlled substance; amending s. 893.135, F.S.; redefining
the crime of trafficking in cocaine; providing for mandatory split
sentencing for trafficking offenses; increasing the minimum sentence
for certain trafficking offenses; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Healey-
HB 161-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicles;
amending s. 20.24, F.S.; creating the Division of Motor Vehicle
Inspection within the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles; providing definitions; requiring annual inspection of motor
vehicles; prohibiting operation of a vehicle without a current inspec-
tion sticker; prohibiting sale of a motor vehicle that does not bear such
sticker; specifying time limit for inspection of newly registered
vehicles; specifying repair procedures for defective vehicles; requiring
reinspection of damaged vehicles; specifying inspection criteria; pro-
viding for inspection of license plates; providing for the establishment
of inspection stations; providing for self-inspection; providing for
supervision; providing for adoption of rules and forms by the division;
providing for collection and deposit of fees; providing for budgeting;
requiring approval of schedule of operation of inspection stations;
providing for recognition of certain inspection stickers issued by
entities other than the state; providing that inspection is not a
warranty; prohibiting misuse of stickers; prohibiting altered, forged, or
reproduced inspection stickers; providing penalties; providing for
phased implementation of the act; repealing s. 325.001, F.S., relating
to county inspection systems; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representatives Carpenter, Burnsed, Tobin-
HB 162-A bill to be entitled An act relating to consumer
protection; creating s. 501.059, F.S.; providing definitions; providing
restrictions upon unsolicited consumer telephone calls to residences;
prohibiting the making of unsolicited consumer telephone calls to
certain subscribers; authorizing the Division of Consumer Services of
the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to investigate
complaints of violations and institute civil proceedings; providing
severability; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Hodges--
HB 163--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the state lottery;
creating the "Florida State Lottery Act"; providing purpose and intent;
providing definitions; amending s. 20.22, F.S.; creating a Division of
State Lottery; providing for a governing board and a director of the
division; providing powers and duties of the division; providing for the
operation of the state lottery; providing for lottery game retailers;



providing for lottery contractors; providing for trust funds; providing
for distributions to school districts and for tax reduction; providing an



appropriation; providing for the payment of prizes; prohibiting certain
activities with respect to sale of tickets and forgery or alteration of
tickets; providing penalties; providing for exemption from taxes;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives King, Jamerson, Hodges-
HB 164-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the beverage law;
amending s. 565.15, F.S., providing for retrospective affirmation filings
for distilled spirits; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing
and Appropriations.

By Representative Reaves-
HB 165-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the district school
system; creating s. 232.2452, F.S.; encouraging school districts to
establish report card pick-up days; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Drage-
HB 166-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 246.121, F.S.; providing circumstances under which
certain corporate inservice training programs may use the name or
designation "college" or "university"; requiring application to the State
Board of Independent Colleges and Universities; specifying powers of
the board; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representatives Renke, Mortham, Long, Sample, Davis, D. L.
Jones, Rush, Woodruff-
HB 167-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Transportation; amending s. 20.23, F.S., increasing the number of
transportation districts; providing for a description of one district;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Hanson-
HB 168-A bill to be entitled An act relating to municipalities;
creating the "Municipal Pothole Repair Act"; authorizing a municipali-
ty and the Department of Transportation to enter into a contract
permitting the municipality to perform minor routine maintenance on
state highways located in the municipality; limiting liability; provid-
ing for payment; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Dunbar-
HB 169-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mobile homes;
amending s. 723.017, F.S.; providing for a cause of action for publica-
tion of false or misleading information in a mobile home prospectus;
providing a time limit on certain actions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Arnold-
HB 170-A bill to be entitled An act relating to human graves and
burials; creating s. 872.05, F.S.; authorizing the Division of Historical
Resources of the Department of State to assume responsibility for and
jurisdiction over certain unmarked human burials; requiring notifica-
tion of certain authorities when a burial is discovered or disturbed;
requiring that certain authorities be notified when a burial is
discovered during an archaeological excavation; providing duties and
responsibilities for the State Archaeologist regarding'a newly discov-
ered unmarked human burial; requiring certain reports; providing for



the loan of burial artifacts for educational purposes; requiring the
division to adopt rules regarding the public display of human remains;
providing that excavation of a burial is not required except under



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certain circumstances; providing penalties; amending s. 872.02, F.S.;
including burial mounds and certain monuments in the provision
prohibiting the disturbing of graves or tombs; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on International Trade & Economic
Development and Appropriations.

By Representative Gutman-
HB 171-A bill to be entitled An act relating to crime prevention
assistance; amending s. 426.001, F.S.; deleting certain legislative
findings relating to crimes against the elderly; amending ss. 426.002,
426.003, .426.007, 426.008, and 426.009, F.S.; updating references to
subdivisions of the Department of Community Affairs; amending
s. 426.004, F.S.; providing qualifications for armed security guards
under security assistance grants provided by the Department of
Community Affairs to certain housing authorities; amending
ss. 426.005 and 426.006, F.S.; deleting a restriction upon housing
authorities which may apply for a security assistance grant under the
Handicapped and Elderly Security Assistance Act; amending
ss. 775.0836 and 939.015, F.S.; expanding the scope of provisions
imposing a surcharge and certain costs upon fines for offenses against
handicapped or elderly persons; increasing the surcharge and costs and
providing for the disposition thereof; repealing s. 903.381, F.S.;
deleting a surcharge on bail for such offenses; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Gutman-
HB 172-A bill to be entitled An act relating to investigative and
security services; amending s. 493.301, F.S., providing exemptions
from part I of chapter 493 for retail security personnel and certain
employers; amending s. 493.302, F.S., authorizing the Department of
State to establish standards of practice and set certain fees; amending
s. 493.306, F.S., providing training requirements for a Class "D"
license; providing for training standards and annual certification of
training facilities and instructors; providing fees; grandfathering
certain licensees; amending s. 493.307, F.S., relating to notice of
change in the officers of a security agency; amending s. 493.308, F.S.,
conforming provisions relating to possession of a concealed weapon;
creating s. 493.3095, F.S., providing license reciprocity; amending
s. 493.31, F.S., authorizing temporary bond or surety in lieu of
insurance for certain licensees or applicants; amending s. 493.313,
F.S., specifying additional requirements for license renewal; amending
s. 493.315, F.S., authorizing possession of a concealed weapon under
certain circumstances; amending s. 493.319, F.S., providing disciplin-
ary actions; amending s. 493.322, F.S., providing confidentiality of
department investigations; reenacting s. 493.568, F.S., relating to
insurance for detection deception examiners, to incorporate amend-
ment to s. 493.31, F.S., in a reference; reenacting s. 493.575, F.S.,
relating to disciplinary proceedings for detection deception examiners,
to incorporate amendment to s. 493.319, F.S., in a reference; amending
s. 790.25, F.S., correcting cross references; providing for review and
repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Gutman--
HB 173-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public lodging
establishments; creating s. 509.093, F.S., prohibiting the operator of a
public lodging establishment from renting accommodations for less
than a specified time period; prohibiting certain refunds; providing a
penalty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Tourism & Cultural Affairs and



Appropriations.

By Representatives Bell, R. C. Johnson, Burke, Clark, Jamerson,
Friedman, Abrams, Jennings, Tobin, Frankel, Guber, Lawson, Bloom,
Davis, Figg-



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HB 174-A bill to be entitled An act relating to unemployment
compensation; amending s. 443.036, F.S.; modifying the definition of
the term "employment," as such term relates to agricultural service,
for purposes of the Unemployment Compensation Law; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representatives Irvine and Mackey-
HB 175-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
s. 232.2463, F.S.; providing for a standardized grading system in public
high schools; providing for higher grade-point average values for
advanced classes; requiring state universities to use this system in
evaluating applications for admission; providing applicability; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Souto-
HB 176-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public schools;
establishing a statewide school resource officer program; authorizing
school districts, in cooperation with law enforcement agencies, to
submit plans to the Commissioner of Education for approval to
implement and conduct local school resource officer programs; provid-
ing criteria to be included in such plans; authorizing the Commissioner
of Education to distribute appropriated funds to districts having
approved programs; providing limitations and restrictions; providing
for school resource officer certification, powers, and duties; authorizing
the State Board of Education to adopt rules to implement the program;
authorizing the Department of Education to apply for federal funds for
the program; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representatives Gutman, Sanderson, Woodruff-
HB 177-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public nuisances;
creating s. 823.125, F.S.; making it unlawful to smoke in an aircraft on
an intrastate flight; providing a penalty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Arnold and Rush-
HB 178-A bill to be entitled An act relating to coastal land
preservation; authorizing the governing board of a barrier island
municipality to impose a sales tax on the purchase of real property
situated within the municipality, if approved by referendum; providing
procedures for the payment of such tax; requiring certification of
payment of tax before deed may be recorded; providing interest and
penalties; authorizing the governing board to purchase, manage, and
restore certain barrier island lands with the tax proceeds; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Cosgrove, Metcalf, Rush-
HB 179-A bill to be entitled An act relating to civil liability;
exempting from liability for civil damages non-paid directors of
nonprofit corporations and nonprofit organizations; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Souto-
HB 180-A bill to be entitled An act relating to higher education;



amending s. 240.2097, F.S.; providing for information relating to
controlled substances and alcoholic beverages to be included in student
handbooks; providing an effective date.
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By Representatives Metcalf and Rush-
HB 181-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
s. 233.0575, F.S.; authorizing the employment of mathematics/science
resource specialists; providing eligibility and duties; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Metcalf-
HB 182-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 229.575, F.S.; deleting information required to be con-
tained in annual school reports; revising provisions relating to
reproduction, distribution, and issuance of such reports; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representatives Messersmith and Rush-
HB 183-A bill to be entitled An act relating to holidays; providing
that "I Am An American Day" be declared and observed in the state;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs & Emer-
gency Preparedness.

By Representative Casas-
HB 184-A bill to be entitled An act relating to crimes against
handicapped and elderly persons; amending s. 426.001, F.S., deleting
certain legislative findings relating to crimes against the elderly;
amending ss. 426.002, 426.003, 426.007, 426.008, and 426.009, F.S.,
updating references to subdivisions of the Department of Community
Affairs; redefining "housing project"; amending ss. 426.005 and
426.006, F.S., deleting a restriction upon housing authorities which
may apply for a security assistance grant under the Handicapped and
Elderly Security Assistance Act; amending ss. 775.0836 and 939.015,
F.S., expanding the scope of provisions imposing a surcharge and
certain costs upon fines for offenses against handicapped or elderly
persons; increasing the surcharge and costs and providing for the
disposition thereof; repealing s. 903.381, F.S., deleting a surcharge on
bail for such offenses; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Martinez-
HB 185-A bill to be entitled An act relating to jai alai frontons;
creating s. 551.115, F.S., authorizing additional days of operation for
certain existing jai alai frontons in certain areas of the state; providing
restrictions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives R. C. Johnson, Clements, Thomas-
HB 186-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Highway Patrol Auxiliary; amending s. 321.24, F.S.; authorizing the
supervision and direction of auxiliarymen by radio contact; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Liberti and Burke-
HB 187-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; amending s. 83.49, F.S.; provid-
ing that landlords of certain dwelling units shall not be required to
post a bond with respect to deposit money or advance rent under
certain circumstances; amending s. 83.59, F.S.; directing the court
with respect to certain activities for the removal of a tenant to enter its
judgment in a certain time period; deleting a defense in an action by



the landlord to recover rent; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.



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By Representatives Gutman and Reaves-
HB 194-SF-A bill to be entitled A proposal relating to ad valorem
tax exemption for certain residential rental structures.



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By Representative Meffert-
HB 188-A bill to be entitled An act relating to wildlife; amending
s. 372.921, F.S., relating to regulation of wildlife exhibits, to provide
an exemption for certain exotic wildlife; providing responsibility for
management; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representatives Figg and Abrams-
HB 189-A bill to be entitled An act relating to vital statistics;
creating s. 382.082, F.S., providing for presumptive death certificates;
amending s. 382.10, F.S., revising procedure with respect to deaths
occurring without medical attendance or due to unlawful act or
neglect; amending s. 382.16, F.S., changing procedure for selection of
names on birth certificates; amending s. 382.17, F.S., changing birth
certificate information which is confidential; amending s. 382.25, F.S.,
increasing the filing fee for judgment of dissolution of marriage;
providing disposition thereof; amending s. 382.35, F.S., providing for
computer certification of certain records; changing confidentiality
requirements; increasing fees; providing for release of data to specified
persons; amending s. 382.39, F.S., providing for administrative fines;
amending s. 382.50, F.S., changing provisions relating to reproduction
and destruction of records; amending ss. 28.101, 68.07, and 383.04,
F.S., to conform to the act; repealing ss. 382.321, 382.30, 382.34, and
383.10, F.S., relating to vital statistics, to conform to the act; amending
s. 383.327, F.S., correcting a cross reference; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 190-A bill to be entitled An act relating to electric utilities;
amending s. 163.01, F.S., which provides an exemption from public
records requirements for certain material received by a public agency
which is an electric utility or by a separate entity consisting of electric
utilities under the Florida Interlocal Cooperation Act of 1969; revising
such exemption; saving such exemption from repeal; providing for
future review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 191-A bill to be entitled An act relating to adoption; amending
ss. 63.022 and 63.162, F.S.; reviving and readopting exemptions from
public records requirements for adoption records; providing for future
review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Gutman-
HB 192-A bill to be entitled An act relating to offenses concerning
motor vehicles; creating s. 860.18, F.S.; prohibiting placement of any
adhesive item on a motor vehicle without consent of the owner;
providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Gutman and Reaves-
HJR 193--A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 3
of Article VII and the creation of Section 20 of Article XII of the State
Constitution relating to ad valorem tax exemption.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.









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Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Deutsch, Abrams, Casas, Glickman, Grindle,
Lawson, Troxler-
HB 195-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the State Group
Insurance Program Law; amending s. 110.123, F.S., directing the
Department of Administration to provide for contracts by competitive
bid process with health maintenance organizations; providing for
premiums; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representatives Deutsch, Locke, Sanderson-
HB 196-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state uniform traffic
control; amending s. 316.2397, F.S., authorizing vehicles of licensed
private watchman, guard, or patrol agencies to show or display amber
lights under certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Smith, Mackey, Holland, Harris, Bronson-
HB 197-A bill to be entitled An act relating to land development;
amending s. 177.091, F.S.; requiring that a notice regarding possible
additional restrictions be included on each recorded plat of a subdivi-
sion; creating s. 472.018, F.S.; imposing financial responsibility re-
quirements upon land surveyors as a condition of licensure; providing
an exception; amending s. 553.79, F.S.; prohibiting the issuance of
building permits unless they include a notice regarding possible
additional restrictions; providing for review and repeal; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Smith, R. C. Johnson, Mitchell, Carpenter,
Harris, Holland, Bronson, Sansom, Wetherell, Bass-
HB 198-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Motor Fuel
Marketing Practices Act; amending s. 526.303, F.S., defining the terms
"market area," "nonrefiner," and "nonrefiner cost"; amending
s. 526.304, F.S., prohibiting nonrefiners from selling below cost;
amending s. 526.311, F.S., requiring refiners to provide the Depart-
ment of Agriculture and Consumer Services with reasonable access to
certain information; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Wallace-
HB 199-A bill to be entitled An act relating to deaf persons;
creating the "Deaf Persons' Interpreters Act"; providing definitions;
providing for the use of interpreters in certain court and administra-
tive proceedings; providing notification requirements; requiring an
oath or an affirmation by the interpreter; providing for fees; amending
s. 90.6063, F.S., conforming to the act; amending s. 901.245, F.S.,
providing that a statement taken from a deaf person who has been
arrested before a qualified interpreter is present shall not be
admissible in court; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Wallace and Mortham--
HB 200-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal law
enforcement; amending ss. 943.32 and 943.35, F.S., to include the
Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory in a list of locally funded
laboratories under the statewide criminal analysis laboratory system
which are eligible for receipt of state matching funds; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.



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By Representatives Deutsch and Locke-
HB 201-A bill to be entitled An act relating to law enforcement
and correctional officers; amending s. 110.123, F.S., providing for the



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payment of certain premiums for state group health insurance with
respect to the surviving spouse of a law enforcement or correctional
officer killed in the line of duty; providing for the payment of
premiums with respect to certain children; amending s. 112.1904, F.S.,
providing an additional death benefit with respect to certain law
enforcement officers killed in the line of duty; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representatives Deutsch and Jennings-
HB 202-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
licenses; creating s. 320.0845, F.S., providing for license plates for
members of the Paralyzed Veterans of America; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representatives Nergard and Crotty-
HB 203-A bill to be entitled An act relating to campaign financing;
amending s. 106.141, F.S.; revising requirements regarding disposition
of surplus funds by candidates; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Ethics & Elections.

By Representatives Tobiassen, Gordon, Patchett, Garcia, Grindle,
Banjanin, Bass, Young, B. L. Johnson, Sansom, Rush, Clark, Bronson,
Locke, Kelly, Bloom, Arnold, Lawson, Reaves, Long, Hodges, Frankel,
Tobin, Mitchell, Harris, Cosgrove, Troxler, Harden, Mortham, Burke,
Trammell, R. C. Johnson, C. F. Jones, Casas, Rehm, Brown, Rochlin,
Starks, Press, Titone, Sanderson, Gonzalez-Quevedo, Frishe, Gardner,
Wetherell, Clements, Rudd, Webster, Ireland, McEwan, Mackey,
Woodruff, Smith, Healey, Hanson-
HB 204-A bill to be entitled An act relating to electrolysis; creating
the "Electrolysis Practice Act"; providing legislative intent; providing
definitions; creating the Electrolysis Council under the Board of
Medical Examiners in the Department of Professional Regulation;
providing membership and terms; providing powers and duties of the
board and council; requiring licensure of electrologists and providing a
civil penalty; providing for application and examination for licensure;
providing for temporary permits and temporary licenses; providing for
license renewal; providing for reactivation, renewal, and expiration of
an inactive license; providing for establishment and use of fees;
authorizing disciplinary actions against licensees; providing exemp-
tions; providing for continuing education; providing for the approval of
schools of electrology; providing for curriculum; providing for licensure
of instructors; providing for infection control; providing for mainte-
nance of the physical environment of electrology offices; providing for a
code of ethics and advertisements; providing for review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Sansom, Gardner, Mortham, Hanson, Tobin-
HB 205-A bill to be entitled An act relating to nonprofit
organizations; creating s. 768.137, F.S.; exempting members of boards
of directors and their nonpaid representatives, and officers and
trustees of certain nonprofit organizations from civil liability; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Sansom and Gardner-
HB 206-A bill to be entitled An act relating to covenants not to



compete; amending s. 542.33, F.S.; providing that covenants not to
compete entered into with independent contractors are not void;
providing an effective date.
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By Representative McEwan-
HB 207-A bill to be entitled An act relating to professional service
corporations; amending s. 621.12, F.S.; permitting, rather than re-
quiring that the corporate name of such corporations contain the last
names of some or all of the shareholders; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representatives McEwan, Martinez, Clements, Bronson, Locke-
HB 208-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers' licenses;
amending s. 39.10, F.S., requiring a finding of delinquency and the
surrender of drivers' licenses for all minors violating certain laws
relating to alcoholic beverages and drugs; amending s. 322.05, F.S.,
prohibiting the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
from issuing a drivers' license to certain persons; amending s. 322.26,
F.S., providing for the mandatory revocation of drivers' licenses by the
department with respect to minors who violate certain laws relating to
alcoholic beverages and drugs; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

HB 209-Withdrawn

By Representative Webster-
HB 210-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicles;
creating s. 316.1936, F.S.; prohibiting the possession of open containers
of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles being operated in the state;
providing exceptions; providing penalties; authorizing counties and
municipalities to impose more stringent restrictions on the possession
of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Webster, Young, Starks, Garcia, Troxler, Can-
ady, Tobiassen, Frishe, Lombard, Carlton-
HB 211-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; repealing
s. 3 of chapter 85-144, Laws of Florida, which provides for the repeal of
provisions relating to regular school attendance and home education
programs; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representatives Lombard, Wallace, Thomas, Dunbar-
HB 212-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beach and shore
preservation; amending s. 161.053, F.S., directing the Department of
Natural Resources to establish coastal construction control lines on a
county basis on certain barrier islands and inlet shores; providing
exceptions; defining the term "inlet"; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Shelley, Titone, Jennings, Cosgrove-
HB 213-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county prisoners;
creating s. 951.26, F.S., authorizing counties to seek reimbursement
from county prisoners for certain expenses; requiring the sheriff to
provide the county with certain information; requiring cooperation by
the prisoner and providing a penalty for refusal; authorizing investi-
gations; authorizing civil actions by the county; providing venue;
providing for use of reimbursements; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Corrections, Probation & Parole and
Appropriations.

By Representatives McEwan, Smith, Gardner, Mitchell, Grindle,
Drage, Diaz-Balart, Patchett, Bronson, Tobiassen, Meffert, Clements,
Starks, Gordon, C. F. Jones, Burnsed, Kelly, Dunbar, Lombard,
Mortham, Reddick, Stone, Bainter, Upchurch-



HJR 214-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 4
of Article VII of the State Constitution relating to taxation.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.



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By Representative Souto-
HB 215-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 230.2316, F.S., relating to dropout prevention; requiring
notification of a school district of intention of certain juveniles to
reenter school; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Youth and Appropriations.

By Representatives Shelley, Young, Cosgrove, Logan, Morse,
Guber-
HB 216-A bill to be entitled An act relating to investments and
transactions with Northern Ireland; creating s. 121.153, F.S., provid-
ing restrictions with respect to investments of the Florida Retirement
System Trust Fund; providing duties of the Board of Administration;
creating s. 655.421, F.S., requiring financial institutions to file an
annual statement with the Department of Banking and Finance;
providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representatives Messersmith and Hanson-
HB 217-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dance studio
services or lessons; creating s. 501.015, F.S.; creating the "Dance
Studio Act"; providing legislative intent; providing definitions; provid-
ing applicability; providing contract requirements; requiring a written
contract; requiring disclosure of costs; providing cancellation rights;
providing for prohibited contract provisions; providing for general
contract provisions; providing prohibited acts; providing for enforce-
ment by aggrieved customers; providing an exemption; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Bainter-
HB 218-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fire prevention and
control; amending s. 633.382, F.S., conforming the definition of
"employing agency"; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Bronson-
HB 219-A bill to be entitled An act relating to judicial circuits;
amending s. 26.021, F.S., providing that at least one judge in the ninth
judicial circuit shall reside in Osceola County; providing that upon the
occurrence of a vacancy within the ninth judicial circuit the judge
appointed to fill the vacancy shall reside in Osceola County; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Titone-
HB 220-A bill to be entitled An act relating to employee benefits;
providing definitions; making it unlawful for certain employers to fail
or refuse to pay fringe benefits within a certain period; providing a

pay, within a certain period, dues or contributions deducted from
wages; providing penalties; amending s. 713.06, F.S., expanding the
applicability of liens of persons not in privity; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representatives Sample, Troxler, Jennings, Casas, Diaz-Balart,
Morse, Reaves, Shelley, Grindle, Arnold, Garcia, Sanderson, Clements,
Renke, Bass, Tobiassen, Rochlin, Jamerson, Mortham, Kelly, Haw-
kins-
HB 221-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 240.209, F.S.; authorizing the Board of Regents to
establish and fund a program for the study of educational spending



with respect to elementary and secondary education; creating a
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the Governor; providing for a final report to be compiled by the
commission based on said study; providing duties of the Auditor
General; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Sample, Grindle, Troxler, Casas, Morse, Reaves,
Hill, Shelley, Arnold, Garcia, Crady, Dunbar, Renke, Rochlin, Mort-
ham, Clements, Bass, Tobiassen, Jamerson, Abrams, Kelly, Hawkins,
Sanderson-
HB 222-A bill to be entitled An act relating to driving under the
influence; amending s. 316.193, F.S., requiring certain notice to
persons upon arraignment for a violation of provisions relating to
driving under the influence; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Sample-
HB 223-A bill to be entitled An act relating to governmental
reorganization; creating s. 20.36, F.S.; creating a Department of
Veterans' Affairs; transferring the Division of Veterans' Affairs of the
Department of Administration to said department; providing powers
and duties of the department; amending s. 292.04, F.S.; transferring
the Florida Commission on Veterans' Affairs from the Executive Office
of the Governor to the Department of Veterans' Affairs to serve as an
advisory body to the department; conforming certain reporting re-
"quirements; amending ss. 20.31, 292.05, 292.07, 292.11, 295.01,
295.016, 295.11, 295.16, 295.17, 320.084, 322.21, 626.833, and 744.421,
F.S., to conform; providing an appropriation; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Sample, Banjanin, Harden, Souto, Messersmith,
Sansom, Patchett, Stone, Lewis, Sanderson, Crotty, McEwan, Hanson,
D. L. Jones, Tobiassen, Morse, Casas, Gonzalez-Quevedo, Frishe,
Hawkins, Thomas, Hill, Drage, Rehm, Holland, Bainter, Grindle,
Troxler, Diaz-Balart, Mortham, Renke, King, Irvine, Lombard, Starks,
Gutman, Shelley-
HB 224-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; amending
s. 101.62, F.S.; providing for a single mailing of first primary, second
primary, and general elections ballots to absent qualified electors
overseas; providing procedure for voting such ballots; providing a
definition; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Morse, Silver, Cosgrove, Healey, Wetherell,
Peeples, Brown, Hanson, Martin, Sansom, Bass-
HB 225-A bill to be entitled An act relating to vehicles; amending
s. 316.003, F.S.; revising definitions of "bicycle," "motor vehicle," and
"motorcycle," eliminating definition of "motor-driven cycle," adding
definitions of "moped" and "brake horsepower," for purposes of ch. 316,
F.S., relating to the Florida Uniform Traffic Control Law; repealing
s. 316.183 (6), (7), F.S.; deleting provisions providing maximum speed
limits for operation of mopeds and motor-driven cycles; repealing
s. 316.2065 (14), (15), F.S.; deleting provisions relating to the mini-
mum age requirements for moped drivers and to moped safety
equipment; amending s. 316.208, F.S.; requiring mopeds to be driven
on the right-hand side of the roadway; providing exceptions; prohibit-
ing the operation of a moped on the sidewalk; amending s. 316.2085,
F.S.; extending applicability of provisions regulating riding on motor-
cycles to mopeds; creating s. 316.46, F.S.; adopting by reference the
federal motor vehicle safety equipment regulations relating to mopeds;
amending s. 320.01, F.S.; revising definition of "motor vehicle," elimi-



nating definition of "motor-driven cycle," and adding definitions of
"motorcycle" and "moped"; amending s. 320.08, F.S.; requiring moped
owners to pay an annual license tax; deleting provisions relating to
license tax for motor-driven cycles; amending s. 320.0803, F.S.;
exempting mopeds from the requirements of ch. 320, F.S.; providing



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amending s. 83.51, F.S.; requiring the landlord to make reasonable
provisions for smoke detection devices in certain dwelling units;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.



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exceptions; establishing specifications for license plates for mopeds;
amending s. 320.27, F.S.; revising the definition of the term "motor
vehicle"; amending s. 320.64, F.S.; revising a ground for denial,
suspension, or revocation of a license by removing a reference to
"motor scooter"; amending s. 322.01, F.S.; revising definitions of
"vehicle" and "motor vehicle" and defining the term "motorcycle" for
purposes of ch. 322, F.S., relating to drivers' licenses; amending
s. 322.03, F.S.; deleting references to "motor-driven cycles" from the
requirement of possessing a special driver's license for operation;
amending s. 322.07, F.S.; authorizing holders of temporary instruction
permits to operate mopeds without being accompanied by a licensed
operator or chauffeur; amending s. 322.12, F.S.; deleting references to
"motor-driven cycles" from the separate examination requirement with
respect to a special driver's license; amending s. 322.16, F.S.; prohibit-
ing restricted drivers under the age of 16 from operating certain
motorcycles; conforming terminology; amending s. 324.021, F.S., re-
lating to proof of financial responsibility; deleting obsolete provisions;
amending s. 403.415, F.S., relating to control of motor vehicle noise;
exempting mopeds from its provisions and deleting provisions relating
to motor-driven cycles; amending s. 316.211, F.S.; relating to equip-
ment for motorcycle riders; amending s. 316.304, F.S.; relating to the
wearing of headsets; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Smith-
HB 226-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of Hialeah;
providing for the relief of Vincent Charles Mazzilli and Charles Story,
to compensate them for injuries suffered in connection with an assault
and battery upon them by a City of Hialeah police officer, for which the
city was responsible through the doctrine of respondeat superior;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 227-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Administrative
Procedure Act; reenacting and amending chapter 86-108, Laws of
Florida, to clarify legislative intent and correct the inadvertent
omission of provisions which relate to the record in a case governed by
s. 120.57 (1), F.S., presentation of testimony, findings of fact, recom-
mended orders, final orders and attorney's fees on appeal, alternate
hearing officers, participation of agency head hearing officer in final
order, hearing officer reports on applications pursuant to title
XXXVIII, and referral of applications for consumptive use permits and
to reenact provisions which relate to expedited review of certain
permits issued pursuant to chapter 373, F.S., and to applicability of the
act; providing an effective date and for retroactive operation.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Meffert (by request)-
HB 228-A bill to be entitled An act relating to clinical laboratories;
creating s. 483.182, F.S.; authorizing licensed clinical laboratory
directors to collect and examine specimens upon a patient's written
request; requiring reports of contagious diseases; providing for review
and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Logan-
HB 229-A bill to be entitled An act relating to landlord and tenant;










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By Representatives Logan and Cosgrove-
HB 230-A bill to be entitled An act relating to financial aid to
public and private postsecondary vocational, technical, trade, and
business schools; creating s. 240.4095; providing for a vocational
assistance grant fund; providing for institutions and student eligibili-
ty; providing for grant awards and renewals; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Logan, Lawson, Reddick, Reaves, Burke, Brown,
Jamerson, Clark, Gaffney, Hargrett-
HB 231-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the investment of
state-operated trust funds; creating s. 215.442, F.S.; requiring divesti-
ture of moneys in such trust funds which are invested in obligations of
companies and financial institutions doing certain business with the
Republic of South Africa or Namibia; prohibiting such investments in
the future; providing a phasing schedule for such divestiture; providing
certain duties for the Board of Administration; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representatives Hill and Gustafson-
HB 232-A bill to be entitled An act relating to facilities for treating
substance abusers; amending ss. 396.172, 397.081, F.S.; exempting
certain facilities that treat alcoholics or drug-dependent persons from
licensure by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
under those sections; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Burke-
HB 233-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sentencing;
amending s. 921.141, F.S.; providing that jury recommendations of life
imprisonment in capital cases are binding on the court; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Burke, Brown, Clark, Gaffney, Hargrett, Jam-
erson, Lawson, Logan, Reaves, Reddick-
HB 234-A bill to be entitled An act relating to paid holidays;
amending s. 110.117, F.S., providing that the birthday of Martin
Luther King, Jr., shall be a paid state holiday; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 235-A bill to be entitled An act relating to water management
districts; amending ss. 373.073, 373.076, and 373.079, F.S.; providing
for nonpartisan election of the members of water management district
boards; providing for staggered terms; providing residency require-
ments; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Canady-
HB 236-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fraudulent
transfers; creating the "Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act"; providing
definitions; defining the term insolvency; providing for value; provid-
ing for transfers which are fraudulent as to present and future
creditors; providing for transfers fraudulent only as to present
creditors; providing for when a transfer is made or an obligation is
incurred; providing for remedies of creditors; providing for defenses,
liability, and protection of transferee; providing for the extinguishment



of a cause of action under the act; providing for the effect of certain
other laws; providing for uniformity of application and construction;



repealing s. 726.01, F.S., relating to certain fraudulent conveyances
deemed void; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives D. L. Jones, Figg, Simone, Rehm-
HB 237-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sewage disposal;
amending s. 403.086, F.S.; requiring advanced waste treatment for
certain wastes discharged into specified bodies of water; redefining
"advanced waste treatment" to specify the maximum levels of certain
pollutants that may remain after treatment and the level of disinfec-
tion required; allowing the discharge of water that meets specified
standards unless the Department of Environmental Regulation or an
affected party demonstrates certain factors; providing for the Environ-
mental Regulation Commission to impose certain remedies; amending
s. 3 of ch. 86-173, Laws of Florida; providing for the scope of certain
demonstration projects to be conducted by the Department of Environ-
mental Regulation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Patchett-
HB 238-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cruelty to animals;
creating s. 828.111, F.S.; providing a criminal penalty for persons
whose dog attacks or attempts to attack a guide dog; requiring
quarantine of such dog; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representatives Hanson, Hill, Banjanin-
HB 239-A bill to be entitled An act relating to economy and
productivity in state government; providing legislative findings;
providing definitions; creating the Commission on Economy and
Productivity in State Government; providing membership, powers and
duties; requiring private sector support; requiring reports to the
Legislature; providing effective and expiration dates.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Renke, Deutsch, Sample-
HB 240-A bill to be entitled An act relating to traffic control;
creating ss. 316.1936, 316.1937, and 316.1938, F.S.; authorizing, in
addition to other penalties for driving under the influence, the
requirement of ignition interlock devices as a condition of probation;
providing unlawful acts with respect to such devices; providing for
certification of such devices by the Department of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles; providing for collection and analysis of data on the
ignition interlock device program for reporting to the Legislature;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Drage-
HB 241-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mortgage fees;
creating s. 701.07, F.S.; limiting the amount a lender may charge a
borrower upon transfer or assumption of a mortgage; authorizing
recovery of attorney's fees, court costs, and treble damages in a civil
action based on excessive charges by a lender; providing definitions;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Hanson-
HB 242--A bill to be entitled An act relating to governmental
organization; transferring the Division of Consumer Services of the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to the Department
of Legal Affairs; amending ss. 20.14 and 570.29, F.S., renaming the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as the Department
of Agriculture; removing reference to the division therefrom; amending



ss. 14.26, 366.85, 501.012, 501.021, 501.135, 526.3135, 559.801,
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relating to division responsibilities for consumer complaints to the
Citizen's Assistance Office, public utilities consumer conciliatory
conferences and energy conservation products and services, contracts
for health studio services, home solicitation sales, consumer unit
pricing, complaints received by the Department of Agriculture under
the Motor Fuel Marketing Practices Act, sale or lease of business
opportunities, motor vehicle sales warranties, provision of statements
summarizing the mechanic's lien law, and violations of laws relating to
referral selling; accelerating the date of a required division report on
the operation of the Motor Fuel Marketing Practices Act; renumbering
ss. 501.90, 501.913, 501.914, 501.915, 501.916, 501.917, 501.92,
501.921, 501.922, and 501.923, F.S., reorganizing provisions relating to
treated fence posts and antifreeze, which remain under the authority of
the Department of Agriculture; amending and renumbering ss. 501.91,
501.911, 501.912, 501.918, and 501.919, F.S., correcting cross refer-
ences; amending ss. 570.18 and 570.44, F.S., correcting cross refer-
ences; renumbering s. 570.542, F.S., and amending and renumbering
ss. 570.543 and 570.544, F.S., the Florida Consumer Services Act;
conforming to the act provisions relating to appointment and duties of
the Florida Consumers' Council and appointment of a director of the
Division of Consumer Services; modifying provisions relating to
council meetings and recommendations; authorizing the division to
make use of testing and laboratory facilities of the Department of
Agriculture for detection of consumer fraud; directing that changes in
terminology be made in the Florida Statutes; saving s. 570.543, F.S.,
from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and repeal; provid-
ing effective dates.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Brown-
HB 243-A bill to be entitled An act relating to higher education;
creating the Florida Library Trust Fund; requiring the Board of
Regents to administer the fund; authorizing distribution of moneys to
certain state universities to be used to strengthen library services;
prohibiting the reduction of certain other funds for state university
libraries; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Sample, Young, Rochlin, Sanderson, Shelley,
Tobin, Titone, Clark, Jennings, Casas, Troxler, Morse, Reaves, Hill,
Arnold, Garcia, Dunbar, Renke, Frishe, Kelly, Friedman, Bloom,
Gutman, Sansom, Goode, Hanson, Mortham-
HB 244-A bill to be entitled An act relating to condominiums and
cooperatives; amending ss. 718.401 and 719.401, F.S., providing for the
application of certain options available to condominium and coopera-
tive leases governing recreational facilities or other common elements;
prohibiting escalation clauses in certain condominium and cooperative
leases; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judicary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Bloom and Diaz-Balart-
HB 245-A bill to be entitled An act relating to respiratory care;
amending s. 468.354, F.S.; modifying procedure for filling vacancies on
the Advisory Council on Respiratory Care; amending s. 468.357, F.S.;
providing that examinations for certification as a respiratory care
practitioner shall be offered in a language other than English upon
request for a certain period; providing that such examinations shall be
offered at least four times a year for a certain period; grandfathering
certain persons; providing a continuing education requirement; ex-
tending the examination deadline for certain persons; amending
s. 468.368, F.S.; providing an exemption for certain persons; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Mackenzie and Messersmith-



HB 246-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public records;
creating the "Florida Fair Information Practices Act"; providing



purpose and intent; providing definitions; providing for departmental
reports of the existence, type, and disclosures of certain public records
containing personal information; requiring copies of such information
be maintained for public use; providing for notice to certain persons
concerning the collection, maintenance, and use of personal informa-
tion; providing procedures for requesting a change in personal
information; providing for departmental determination of the accuracy
or completeness of personal information; providing for notification;
requiring the Division of Library and Information Services of the
Department of State to recommend rules of procedure; requiring the
Administration Commission to adopt rules to implement this act;
providing for an annual report to the Legislature; providing an
exclusive administrative remedy; providing severability; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Science & Technology and Appro-
priations.

By Representatives Long, Bloom, R. C. Johnson-
HB 247-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 228.072, F.S., relating to the adult general education
program; revising a definition, certain criteria for participation in the
program, and the location of instruction; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

HB 248-Withdrawn

By Representatives Bloom and Friedman-
HB 249-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alternative method
of making local municipal improvements; amending ss. 170.01 and
170.03, F.S.; authorizing certain municipalities to utilize the provi-
sions of chapter 170, F.S., including the levy of special assessments, to
provide improvements for retail and/or wholesale district manage-
ments; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By the Committee on Youth and Representatives Reddick, Mitchell,
Rochlin, Cosgrove, Troxler, Hill, Harden, Mortham, Friedman-
HR 250-A resolution honoring Ellen Hoffenberg of Tallahassee for
her advocacy on behalf of children.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representatives R. C. Johnson, Clements, Patchett, Casas, Locke,
Sanderson, Mitchell, Arnold, Bainter, Bankhead, Banjanin, Bass,
Bronson, Burnsed, Canady, Carpenter, Crady, Dantzler, Diaz-Balart,
Drage, Dunbar, Frishe, Garcia, Gardner, Gonzalez-Quevedo, Goode,
Grindle, Gutman, Harden, Harris, Hawkins, Hill, Hodges, Holland,
Ireland, Irvine, Jennings, B. L. Johnson, D. L. Jones, C. F. Jones,
Kelly, King, Langton, Lawson, Lewis, Lombard, Mackey, Martinez,
McEwan, Meffert, Morse, Mortham, Ogden, Rehm, Renke,. Rush,
Sample, Sansom, Simone, Smith, Souto, Starks, Stone, Thomas,
Tobiassen, Trammell, Troxler, Upchurch, Webster, Wetherell, Ner-
gard-
HB 251-A bill to be entitled An act relating to firearms and
ammunition; creating s. 790.33, F.S.; declaring preemption by the
Legislature of the field of legislation concerning the purchase, sale,
transfer, taxation, manufacture, ownership, possession, and transpor-
tation of firearms and ammunition; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Lippman-
HB 252-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Broward County;
providing for the relief of William R. Aydelotte, Jr. and his wife Gladys
Aydelotte to compensate them for injuries received; providing an
effective date.



Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.



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By Representatives R. C. Johnson, Clements, Patchett, Casas, Locke,
Sanderson, Mitchell, Arnold, Bainter, Bankhead, Banjanin, Bass,
Bronson, Burke, Burnsed, Canady, Carpenter, Crady, Dantzler, Dun-
bar, Drage, Frishe, Garcia, Gardner, Gonzalez-Quevedo, Goode, Grin-
die, Gutman, Harden, Harris, Hawkins, Hill, Hodges, Holland, Ireland,
Irvine, Jennings, B. L. Johnson, C. F. Jones, D. L. Jones, Kelly, King,
Langton, Lawson, Lewis, Lombard, Mackey, Martinez, McEwan,
Meffert, Messersmith, Morse, Mortham, Ogden, Rehm, Renke, Rush,
Sample, Shelley, Simone, Smith, Souto, Starks, Stone, Thomas,
Tobiassen, Trammell, Troxler, Upchurch, Webster, Wetherell, Ner-
gard-
HB 253-A bill to be entitled An act relating to weapons and
firearms; amending s. 790.06, F.S.; authorizing the Secretary of State
rather than the counties to issue licenses for the carrying of concealed
weapons or firearms; providing criteria for the issuance of a license;
providing for a standard application form; providing procedures for the
issuance of a license, including fees; providing for license revocation in
certain circumstances; providing for limitation of the license in certain
circumstances; providing grandfather provisions; providing for dispo-
sition of fees collected; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Carpenter, Lippman, Bloom, Silver, Jennings,
Clements-
HB 254-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liability of nonprofit
organizations; providing legislative findings; granting immunity from
liability for civil damages to uncompensated directors and officers of
nonprofit religious, educational, and charitable organizations; provid-
ing definitions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Long, Ascherl, Nergard, Mortham-
HB 255-A bill to be entitled An act relating to handicapped
parking; amending s. 320.0848, F.S., providing that certain handi-
capped persons shall not be required to apply for, display, or pay any
fee for exemption entitlement parking permits; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Veterans, Military Affairs &
Emergency Preparedness, Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Mitchell-
HB 256-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
licenses; amending s. 320.14, F.S., providing for fractional license
taxes with respect to certain trucks or truck tractors; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representatives Mitchell, Harris, Mackey, Smith-
HB 257-A bill to be entitled An act relating to commercial motor
vehicles; amending s. 207.029, F.S.; exempting certain vehicles used
exclusively for farming purposes from proof of liability insurance
requirements; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Carpenter-
HB 258-A bill. to be entitled An act relating to former justices and
judges assigned to temporary judicial duty; amending s. 25.073, F.S.;
prescribing qualifications for eligibility to receive compensation for
such service; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Grindle--
HB 259--A bill to be entitled An act relating to county officials;
amending s. 145.19, F.S.; amending the definition of "annual factor"
for purposes of calculating annual salary increases for county officers;



providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.



By Representative Simone-
HB 260-A bill to be entitled An act relating to membership
campgrounds; creating chapter 722, F.S., the Florida Membership
Campground Act; providing legislative purposes; specifying the scope
of the act; providing definitions; requiring contracts for the purchase of
the right to use campgrounds and facilities pursuant to a membership
camping plan; providing for a cancellation period with regard to such
contracts; requiring a disclosure statement; providing for filing
membership camping contracts with the Division of Florida Land
Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile Homes; providing a fee; providing
for filing an affidavit concerning the occupancy level for campgrounds;
requiring trust accounts; providing penalties; requiring nondistur-
bance instruments or alternative assurances; providing notice to
creditors; providing circumstances under which an offeror may termi-
nate or relocate campgrounds; defining advertising materials and
providing restrictions; requiring disclosure with respect to certain
advertising; providing requirements as to prize and gift promotional
offers; providing requirements as to vacation and lodging certificates;
providing for protection of purchasers' interests in planned facilities;
specifying requirements with regard to planned future development of
adjoining properties, the transfer of offeror's interest in a campground,
and the collection of dues payments; providing requirements relating
to reciprocal programs; requiring a disclosure statement; providing for
filing the disclosure statement and for providing the disclosure
statement to purchasers; providing for the registration of salespersons
and tour generators; providing civil penalties; providing for regulation
by the Division of Florida Land Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile
Homes; providing penalties; providing for enforcement; providing for
the applicability of chapter 212, F.S., to fees, penalties, and fines under
chapter 722, F.S.; providing that proceeds collected pursuant to chapter
722 be deposited in the Florida Real Estate Time-Sharing Trust Fund;
providing for purchasers' remedies; providing criminal penalties;
providing for severability; creating positions within the division;
providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Locke, Meffert, Kelly, Mackey, Long, Hodges,
Bainter, Rudd, Mitchell, Tobiassen, Rochlin, Goode, Cosgrove, Smith,
Nergard, Holland, Dunbar, Shelley, Clark, Garcia, Gutman, Frishe,
Banjanin, Renke, Healey, Deutsch, R. C. Johnson, Simone, Hill,
Harris, Saunders, King, Press, Trammell, Titone, Metcalf, Tobin,
Irvine, Crotty, Grindle, Bronson, Rush, Jamerson, Lippman, Figg,
Sanderson, Bloom, Souto, Ascherl, Sansom, Reaves, Casas, Clements,
Rehm, Woodruff, Abrams, Jennings, Canady, Hawkins, D.L. Jones,
Ostrau-
HB 261-A bill to be entitled An act relating to veterans affairs;
creating s. 20.37, F.S., to create a Department of Veterans Affairs;
amending s. 20.31, F.S., to transfer the Division of Veterans' Affairs to
the department; amending s. 292.04, F.S., relating to the Florida
Commission on Veterans Affairs; transferring the commission to the
department; amending s. 292.05, F.S., relating to the duties of the
department; repealing s. 292.07, F.S., relating to the appointment of
veterans' affairs officers; repealing s. 295.124, F.S., relating to the
state approving agency for purposes of certain veterans' education and
training; amending ss. 292.11, 295.01, 295.016, 295.11, 295.16, 295.17,
320.084, 322.21, 626.833, and 744.421, F.S.; changing terminology, to
conform; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 262-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal history
records; amending s. 943.058, F.S.; authorizing access to certain sealed
records by specified persons; requiring certain notification of petitions
for the expunction or sealing of such records; adding a circumstance
under which a person whose records have been sealed or expunged may
not lawfully deny the events in the record; expanding the statement



which the petitioner for a record sealing or expunction must complete;
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attorney of certain unlawful orders of expunction or sealing and
providing for corrective action; prohibiting the expunction of certain
records under certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Bloom-
HB 263-A bill to be entitled An act relating to downtown
development authorities; repealing section 2 of chapter 86-153, Laws of
Florida, which provides for the repeal of provisions which specify that
certain downtown development authorities shall be considered inde-
pendent special districts for purposes of laws relating to determination
of millage; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on International Trade & Economic
Development and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Silver-
HB 264-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 231.533, F.S.; revising annual awards to certain desig-
nated associate master teachers under the State Master Teacher
Program; revising the term of such teachers; amending s. 5 of chapter
86-157, Laws of Florida; delaying the repeal of the State Master
Teacher Program; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representatives Clements, Casas, Lippman, Smith, Mitchell,
Morse, R. C. Johnson, Martinez, Arnold, Gutman, Long, Carpenter,
Rush, Rehm, Mackenzie, McEwan, Canady, Hodges, Cosgrove-
HB 265-A bill to be entitled An act relating to kidnapping;
creating s. 787.05, F.S.; providing that certain persons who have
custody of a minor child and who maliciously take the child with intent
to deprive the right of custody of another who has a right to custody of
that child are guilty of a felony of the third degree; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Bloom-
HB 266-A bill to be entitled An act relating to electrical
contracting; amending s. 489.505, F.S., defining the terms "alarm
system" and "alarm system contractor"; amending s. 489.507, F.S.,
increasing the membership of the Electrical Contractors' Licensing
Board; amending s. 489.511, F.S., providing for examination for
certification as an alarm system contractor; amending s. 489.515, F.S.,
providing for licensure of alarm system contractors; amending
s. 489.531, F.S., prohibiting a person from engaging in business as an
alarm system contractor unless he is certified; amending s. 489.533,
F.S., providing for disciplinary proceedings with respect to certain
offenses related to alarm system contracting; providing for the
disposition of administrative fines; amending s. 489.537, F.S., provid-
ing for the application of the part; increasing the scope of work of a
certified electrical contractor; creating s. 633.70, F.S., providing for the
jurisdiction of the State Fire Marshal over alarm system contractors;
creating s. 633.71, F.S., relating to requirements for fire alarm
equipment; creating s. 633.72, F.S., providing for prohibited acts
regarding fire alarm system contractors; providing penalties; providing
for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Thomas, Gordon, Rochlin, Liberti, Clements,
Smith, Renke, Mackenzie, Garcia, Sanderson-
HB 267--A bill to be entitled An act relating to gambling; amending
s. 849.08, F.S., and creating s. 849.085, F.S., permitting gambling at



penny-ante poker games in private dwellings in the state; providing
definitions; providing conditions; placing restrictions on wagering;
providing penalties; providing an effective date.
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By Representative Glickman-
HB 268-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
authorizing counties to levy a public service tax within municipal
service taxing units; specifying those services subject to the tax;
providing limitations and procedures; providing exemptions; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Glickman and Long-
HB 269-A bill to be entitled An act relating to operation of a
vehicle while under the influence; amending ss. 316.193, 327.35, and
932.701, F.S.; redefining the term "contraband article" for the purposes
of the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act to include any motor vehicle,
vessel, aircraft, or other vehicle employed in the commission of a
second or subsequent violation of certain laws relating to the operation
of a motor vehicle or vessel while under the influence; directing the
court to provide defendants with notice; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Casas-
HB 270-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles; providing for the relief of Susan
Ann Kropff, to compensate her for injuries sustained by her from an
accident caused by the negligence of Trooper James Carr, the
defendant's employee; providing for payment by the Department of
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representative Gustafson-
HB 271-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Broward County;
providing for the relief of Edward W. Farlow to compensate him for a
verdict rendered which is in excess of the limits of the waiver of
sovereign immunity; providing for payment by Broward County;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representative Young-
HB 272-A bill to be entitled An act relating to municipal public
works; amending s. 180.13, F.S.; providing that condominium or
cooperative homeowners' associations may provide security to meet the
utility deposit requirements of their members; providing a definition;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Deutsch-
HB 273--A bill to be entitled An act relating to discriminatory
practices; creating s. 760.07, F.S.; authorizing equitable relief and
punitive damages, actual damages, court costs, and attorney's fees for
discriminatory practices in the areas of education, employment,
housing, and public accommodations; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Woodruff-
HB 274--A bill to be entitled An act relating to bingo; amending
s. 849.093, F.S., deleting a prohibition against a person regularly
involved in the conduct of bingo games from participating in bingo
games at the same location; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulated Industries & Licensing.



By Representative Healey-
HB 275-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical practice;
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medicine on or after the effective date of the act to accept and treat
Medicaid and Medicare patients; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Healey-
HR 276-A resolution commending Sonya and Tanya Witt for
outstanding international goodwill.
Referred to the Committee on Housing.

By Representative Webster-
HB 277-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transportation-re-
lated contracting; amending s. 337.11, F.S.; allowing the Department
of Transportation to enter into contracts which combine the design and
construction of a road, structure, or rest area facility; providing criteria
for evaluating contract proposals; requiring prior legislative approval
and appropriation of funds for such projects; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Cosgrove--
HB 278-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Metropolitan Dade
County ("DADE COUNTY" hereafter); providing for the relief of
BEVERLY FAYE BOLLASH ("BOLLASH" hereafter), as personal
representative of the Estate of MARY LOU STREHLAU, deceased
("STREHLAU" hereafter), on behalf of said estate and the lawful
survivors of the deceased, to wit, KIMBERLY SUSAN STREHLAU
and SHANNON LEE STREHLAU, a minor, to compensate said estate
and survivors for damages for the death of said deceased in an
intersectional collision between an automobile owned and being
operated by STREHLAU and a vehicle owned and being operated by
MARY FAIRFAX ("FAIRFAX" hereafter) which was allegedly caused
by the negligence of DADE COUNTY in maintaining a malfunctioning
traffic light at said intersection; providing for payment of said
compensation by DADE COUNTY; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representatives Silver, Abrams, Press, Garcia, Arnold, Tobin-
HB 279-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
inspection; providing definitions; requiring the inspection of motor
vehicles; providing an exception; providing for certificates and inspec-
tion; providing a penalty; providing that an inspection certificate is
required at the time of sale; providing for the inspection of stored
vehicles; providing an exemption; providing for repair procedures and
guarantees with respect to defective vehicles; prohibiting the operation
of damaged vehicles; providing criteria for motor vehicle inspection;
providing for inspection of exhaust emission systems; providing for
inspection of metal license plates; requiring proof of motor vehicle
registration and operator's license prior to inspection; providing an
exception; providing for proof of required securities or financial
responsibility; providing for privately operated inspection stations;
providing for self-inspectors; providing for the supervision of inspection
stations; providing penalties; providing fees; providing for budget
administration; providing rules; providing for inspection stickers of
other states and carriers certified by the Interstate Commerce
Commission; providing that inspection does not constitute a warranty
of mechanical condition; providing penalties for violation; prohibiting
forged certificates and the unauthorized sale, possession, and supply of
such certificates; providing for required annual inspection dates;
providing for cost-benefit analyses and other evaluations; providing for
recommendation and reports to the Legislature; providing for a
consumer handbook; repealing s. 325.001, F.S., relating to periodic
motor vehicle inspection by counties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Glickman--



HB 280-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public schools;
amending s. 230.2313, F.S.; deleting a requirement that each school in



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providing for deposit of revenues in the Emergency Medical Services
Trust Fund; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care, Finance & Taxation,
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a district submit a student services plan to the superintendent and the
school board; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Garcia-
HB 281-A bill to be entitled An act relating to uniform traffic
control; amending s. 316.027, F.S., increasing the penalty for hit and
run driving; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Long-
HB 282-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 230.23, F.S.; providing powers and duties of district school
boards relating to recruitment of instructional personnel; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Healey-
HB 283-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending s. 550.082, F.S., and creating s. 551.115, F.S.,
authorizing certain dogracing and jai alai permittees to operate for
additional time periods; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Goode, Stone, Grindle, Mortham, Hodges-
HB 284-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Retirement System; amending s. 121.051, F.S., authorizing certain
cities to withdraw from participation in the system; specifying
employee rights; requiring actuarial reports; providing for increases in
applicable contribution rates to fund the act; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Martin-
HB 285-A bill to be entitled An act relating to postsecondary
education; amending s. 240.213, F.S., relating to authority of the
Board of Regents to secure liability insurance; modifying extent of
waiver of governmental immunity; authorizing purchase of indemnity
protection; prohibiting suit by or against a self-insurance program;
exempting claims files of such programs from public records require-
ments; providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Lippman and Wetherell-
HB 286--A bill to be entitled An act relating to hospitals; amending
s. 395.031, F.S., relating to trauma centers; providing definitions;
requiring emergency medical service providers to transport trauma
victims to trauma centers; providing for regional protocols; providing
for application by a hospital for designation as a trauma center;
providing for review by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services of trauma center applications; providing for biennial renewal
of designations; providing for the establishment of trauma regions
according to certain criteria; providing for trauma center standards;
providing for hospital trauma center inspections; providing penalties;
providing for fees; providing for rules; providing for designation of
existing verified hospital trauma centers; providing certain immunity
from civil damages for physicians who provide emergency medical care
or treatment in a designated trauma center; creating s. 320.0801, F.S.,
imposing an additional license tax on registration of certain vehicles;









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By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Mackey-
HB 287-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Soybean
Marketing Law; amending s. 573.832, F.S.; redefining the purpose;
"amending s. 573.833, F.S.; clarifying definitions; amending s. 573.843,
F.S.; providing for appointment and terms of advisory council;
providing for conduct of business and per diem and support services for
council; amending s. 573.844, F.S.; revising council duties; amending
s. 573.845, F.S.; clarifying exemptions from liability; saving
ss. 573.833 (14), 573.843, 573.844, and 573.845, F.S., from Sundown
repeal; providing for future review and repeal; providing an effective
date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Gordon-
HB 288-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liquefied petroleum
gas; amending s. 527.067, F.S., removing certain consumer responsibil-
ities for records and reporting of liquefied petroleum gas equipment
and systems service; saving ch. 527, F.S., from Sunset repeal; provid-
ing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Mackey-
HB 289-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Watermelon Marketing Law; amending s. 573.803, F.S.; redefining the
purpose; amending s. 573.804, F.S.; clarifying definitions; amending
s. 573.814, F.S.; providing for appointment and terms of advisory
council; providing for conduct of business and per diem and support
services for council; amending s. 573.815, F.S.; revising council duties;
amending s. 573.816, F.S.; clarifying exemptions from liability; saving
ss. 573.814, 573.815, and 573.816, F.S., from Sundown repeal; provid-
ing for future review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Starks-
HB 290-A bill to be entitled An act relating to physical fitness;
amending s. 14.22, F.S.; increasing terms of membership of the Florida
Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports; saving s. 14.22,
F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Kelly-
HB 291-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the teachers'
retirement system; amending s. 238.01, F.S., deleting the definition of
"medical board"; correcting cross references; repealing s. 238.04, F.S.,
abolishing the medical board under the Division of Retirement of the
Department of Administration; amending ss. 238.06, 238.11, and
238.17, F.S., correcting cross references; amending s. 238.07, F.S.,
revising procedures relating to medical certification for a disability
retirement allowance; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Kelly--
HB 292-A bill to be entitled An act relating to early childhood
development programs; repealing s. 23.133 (3), F.S., abolishing advi-
sory councils for early childhood development programs; providing an
effective date.



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By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Lippman-



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HB 293-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Foliage
Plant Marketing Law; amending s. 573.52, F.S.; redefining the
purpose; amending s. 573.53, F.S.; clarifying definitions; amending
s. 573.63, F.S.; providing for appointment and terms of advisory
council; providing for conduct of business and per diem and support
services for council; amending s. 573.64, F.S.; revising council duties;
amending s. 573.65, F.S.; clarifying exemptions from liability; saving
ss. 573.63, 573.64, and 573.65, F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing
for future review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Lippman-
HB 294-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Flue-cured Tobacco Marketing Law; amending s. 573.858, F.S.; rede-
fining the purpose; amending s. 573.859, F.S.; clarifying definitions;
amending s. 573.869, F.S.; providing for appointment and terms of
advisory council; providing for conduct of business and per diem and
support services for council; amending s. 573.870, F.S.; revising council
duties; amending s. 573.871, F.S.; clarifying liability exemptions;
amending s. 573.878, F.S.; providing for the Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services to issue certificates of exemption to producers
and handlers; saving ss. 573.859 (14), 573.869, 573.870, and 573.871,
F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Lawson-
HB 295-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employment;
amending s. 110.1245, F.S.; increasing the maximum cost of service
awards; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

HB 296-Withdrawn

By Representatives Lawson and Shelley-
HB 297-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 228.041, F.S.; including developmental research schools
within the definition of public schools; creating s. 228.053, F.S.;
establishing developmental research schools; providing missions; pro-
viding admission criteria; providing for fees; providing for supplemen-
tal support organizations; providing for personnel; creating an advisory
board; providing duties; providing for funding; creating a Develop-
mental Research School Educational Facility Trust Fund; providing for
the deposit of funds in a Developmental Research School Trust Fund;
providing for implementation; providing for audits; creating s. 230.015,
F.S.; designating developmental research schools as special school
districts; providing accountability to the Department of Education;
amending s. 236.0817, F.S., relating to funding for developmental
research schools; providing for developmental research schools to be
designated as teacher education centers for inservice training; provid-
ing for the use of funds from the Developmental Research School Trust
Fund for inservice activities; providing assent to the Morrill Land-
Grant Act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Reaves and Tobin-
HB 298--A bill to be entitled An act relating to public health;
creating s. 381.6015, F.S.; entitling persons to reserve and stockpile
their own blood or that of specific donors or family members; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and



Appropriations.

By Representative Morse-
HB 299-A bill to be entitled An act relating to municipalities;
amending s. 166.021, F.S., authorizing certain municipalities to regu-









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late, license, and provide for and operate jitneys within municipal
boundaries and in suburban areas; providing definitions; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representatives Abrams, Bloom, Woodruff-
HB 300-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance; requiring
all health insurance policies to include coverage for tests for infertility
and infertility treatment; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representatives Glickman and Long-
HB 301-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug trafficking;
amending s. 893.135, F.S.; providing that knowledge essential to
establish the offense can be found regardless of which controlled
substance the person thinks is involved in the trafficking; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Harris-
HB 302-A bill to be entitled An act relating to agricultural
technical councils; amending s. 570.34, F.S., relating to the Plant
Industry Technical Council; amending s. 570.38, F.S., relating to the
Animal Industry Technical Council; amending s. 570.42, F.S., relating
to the Dairy Industry Technical Council; amending s. 576.091, F.S.,
relating to the Fertilizer Technical Council; providing for appointment
and terms of members; redefining and clarifying the powers and duties
of the councils; repealing ss. 570.35, 570.39, and 570.43, F.S., relating
to powers and duties of the Plant Industry Technical Council, the
Animal Industry Technical Council, and the Dairy Industry Technical
Council, respectively; saving ss. 570.34, 570.38, 570.42, and 576.091,
F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Harris-
HB 303-A bill to be entitled An act relating to forestry; saving
ss. 589.01, 589.011, 589.02 and 589.03, F.S., from Sundown repeal;
providing for future review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Tobin-
HB 304-A bill to be entitled An act relating to harness tracks;
amending s. 550.37, F.S., providing additional racing days per year for
certain harness tracks; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Davis-
HB 305-A bill to be entitled An act relating to airboats; prohibiting
the operation of an airboat in residential areas during certain time
periods each day; providing a definition; providing a penalty; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Silver, Abrams, Metcalf--
HB 306-A bill to be entitled An act relating to higher education;
requiring football competition among all institutions in the state that
participate in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I-A
football and that receive General Revenue Fund moneys; providing an



effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.



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amending s. 231.17, F.S.; revising requirements relating to semester
hours necessary for teacher certification; requiring State Board of
Education rules for the issuance of additional temporary certificates
under certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
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By Representative King-
HB 307-A bill to be entitled An act relating to hospital licensing
and regulation; amending s. 395.101, F.S., modifying the definition of
hospital for the purposes of that section; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Logan-
HB 308-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Small
Cities Community Development Block Grant Program; amending
ss. 290.0411, 290.042, 290.046, and 290.048, F.S.; revising the scope of
"administrative costs"; revising definitions and criteria relating to
income; requiring certification regarding enforcement of certain ordi-
nances by grant applicants; revising application requirements and
ranking and evaluation criteria; revising requirements relating to
providing information to and receiving input from the public and
citizens' advisory task forces; providing requirements for designation of
target areas; providing for certain training and assistance by the
Department of Community Affairs; providing requirements for utiliza-
tion of grants outside of target areas; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Canady, Press, Mackenzie, Sample, Mortham-
HB 309-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public libraries;
creating s. 257.135, F.S., providing intent and policy; amending
ss. 257.14, 257.15, and 257.191, F.S., providing that rules and
standards of the Division of Library and Information Services of the
Department of State shall adhere to the intent of s. 257.135, F.S.;
amending s. 257.17, F.S., expanding eligibility for library operating
grants; specifying amounts of grants for newly eligible political
entities; amending s. 257.18, F.S., conforming provisions relating to
equalization grants; amending s. 257.192, F.S., providing that the
Florida long-range program for library services shall comply with the
intent of s. 257.135, F.S.; reenacting s. 257.23, F.S., relating to grant
applications, to incorporate the amendment to s. 257.15, F.S., in
references thereto; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Tourism & Cultural Affairs and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Crotty, Woodruff, Souto, Banjanin, Ireland,
Lombard, Bankhead, Garcia, Renke, Lewis, Messersmith, McEwan-
HB 310-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Contraband Forfeiture Act; amending s. 932.704, F.S.; providing that
proceeds from forfeiture of contraband articles seized by certain state
agencies be deposited in the Drug Abuse Trust Fund of the Depart-
ment of Health and Rehabilitative Services; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Martinez-
HB 311-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alcoholic beverages;
creating ss. 562.001, 562.115, 562.51, F.S.; providing for deposit of a
portion of each fine for driving under the influence in the Alcoholic
Beverage and Tobacco Trust Fund; providing for disposition of moneys
in the trust fund; prohibiting dispensing of beverages to obviously
intoxicated persons; providing penalties; creating a responsible ven-
dors program; providing for mitigation; providing for consideration in
insurance rates; providing prerequisites to licensure and renewal;
providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing
and Appropriations.

By Representative Long-
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By Representative Bainter-
HJR 313-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 15
of Article III and the creation of Section 20 of Article XII of the State
Constitution relating to terms of legislators.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Souto-
HB 314-A bill to be entitled An act relating to postsecondary
education; amending s. 240.604, F.S.; changing an eligibility require-
ment for participation in the public school work experience program;
changing a condition for renewal of financial assistance under such
program; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representative Clark-
HB 315-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state parks;
amending s. 258.014, F.S., providing free admission to residents age 65
or older; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform' and Representative
Brown-
HB 316-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Peanut
Marketing Law; amending s. 573.885, F.S.; clarifying definitions;
amending s. 573.895, F.S.; providing for appointment and terms of
advisory council; providing for conduct of business and per diem and
support services for council; saving ss. 573.885 (14), 573.895, 573.896,
and 573.897, F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future review
and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Souto--
HB 317-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fines for traffic
violations; amending s. 316.193, F.S.; increasing fines for driving
under the influence; amending s. 318.18, F.S.; increasing fines for
speeding; creating the Impaired Drivers and Speeders Trust Fund;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Figg
HR 318-A resolution recognizing the singularity of Tampa Bay and
declaring April 21, 1987, to be Tampa Bay Recognition Day.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representatives Dunbar and Rochlin-
HB 319-A bill to be entitled An act relating to condominiums and
cooperatives; amending s. 509.013, F.S., redefining the terms "public
lodging establishment" and "transient occupancy" to include reference
to condominiums and cooperatives; defining the term "operator";
amending s. 509.215, F.S., prohibiting rules of the Division of State
Fire Marshal from excluding retrofitted fire safety equipment in public
lodging establishments which meet certain national and statutory
standards; requiring compliance with fire safety requirements in
condominiums and cooperatives only as to buildings in which a
majority of the units are licensed as public lodging establishments;
providing that compliance with fire safety requirements in a condo-
minium or cooperative is an association duty and a common expense;
amending s. 509.241, F.S., providing for a license as a public lodging
establishment for a condominium or cooperative; providing for posting;
amending s. 509.251, F.S., providing fees; amending s. 514.0115, F.S.,
exempting from regulation, except for water quality, pools serving
condominium or cooperative units, a majority of which are not licensed
as public lodging establishments; providing an effective date.



By Representative Arnold-
HB 320-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state lands;
repealing ss. 270.03, 270.04, 270.05, and 270.06, F.S., relating to
procedures authorizing settlers to enter public lands on which they
reside or have in cultivation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Rush-
HB 321-A bill to be entitled An act relating to civil procedure;
creating s. 45.061, F.S., providing for offers of settlement in civil cases;
providing for sanctions in the case of offers which are unreasonably
rejected; providing for set off; providing exceptions; providing exclusive
remedy; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By the Committee on Youth and Representative Cosgrove-
HB 322-A bill to be entitled An act relating to delinquency
prevention; creating s. 959.30, F.S.; providing definitions; authorizing
the establishment of a delinquency prevention council; providing
duties; authorizing the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services to establish delinquency prevention program grants; provid-
ing for grant application procedures; providing conditions; amending
s. 39.04, F.S.; directing the court to order payment of an intake
processing fee upon the filing of a petition for delinquency; providing
conditions; providing for the deposit of fees collected; creating a
Delinquency Prevention Trust Fund; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By the Committee on Youth and Representative Cosgrove-
HB 323-A bill to be entitled An act relating to juveniles; providing
legislative intent; amending s. 39.01, F.S., providing a definition;
creating s. 39.115, F.S., requiring establishment of an aftercare
program by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services;
requiring participation of juveniles released from training schools and
other residential commitment programs; providing for subsequent
release from aftercare commitment status under certain circum-
stances; providing for contracts with providers; providing for confor-
mance with certain outcome evaluation programs; providing for rules;
providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Webster-
HB 324-A bill to be entitled An act relating to eminent domain;
amending s. 337.27, F.S.; requiring the Department of Transportation,
in the condemnation of certain lands within a designated transporta-
tion corridor, to produce certain documentation; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Kelly-
HB 325--A bill to be entitled An act relating to nonpublic colleges;
amending s. 246.085, F.S.; revising the types of institutions required to
apply for exemption from licensing requirements; providing require-
ments for exemption; specifying requirements for remaining in
compliance for exemption; specifying institutions that are exempt upon
submission of certain information; reenacting s. 246.013, F.S., relating
to participation in the common course designation and numbering
system by certain institutions, to incorporate said amendment in a
reference; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Hodges-



HB 326-A bill to be entitled An act relating to saltwater products
dealers; amending s. 370.07, F.S., providing definitions; revising



Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.



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license fees; requiring retail dealers to keep certain records; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Casas and Morse-
HB 327-A bill to be entitled An act relating to towing; amending
ss. 125.0103 and 166.043, F.S., providing that local governments may
enact certain ordinances relating to towing; amending s. 715.07, F.S.,
prohibiting the towing or removal of a vehicle from a municipality
under certain circumstances; authorizing municipalities and counties
to require licenses for persons engaged in the business of removal and
towing of vehicles; authorizing municipalities and counties to regulate
the rates and methods of towing, removal, and storage of vehicles;
providing a penalty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 328-A bill to be entitled An act relating to general labor
regulations; creating s. 448.073, F.S.; providing that it is an unlawful
labor practice for an employer to take certain action or fail to take
certain action with respect to the pregnancy, childbirth, or related
medical condition of an employee; providing certain benefits and leaves
of absence; providing for transfer of position; providing a definition;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 329-A bill to be entitled An act relating to general labor
regulations; creating s. 448.065, F.S.; providing for required maternity
and paternity leave; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Brown-
HB 330-A bill to be entitled An act relating to forest protection;
repealing s. 590.36, F.S., relating to the state and county forest fire
prevention councils; repealing s. 590.37, F.S., relating to terms of office
of the state forest fire prevention council; repealing s. 590.38, F.S.,
relating to duties of the state council; repealing s. 590.39, F.S., relating
to duties of county forest fire prevention councils; repealing s. 590.40,
F.S., relating to compensation and expenses of forest fire prevention
councils; repealing s. 590.41, F.S., relating to council organization;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Tobin-
HB 331-A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Brent R. Eldred,
a minor; directing the North Broward Hospital District to compensate
him for injuries he sustained as a result of the negligence of the North
Broward Hospital District, d/b/a Broward General Medical Center;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representative Tobin--
HB 332-A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Gerald
Clearwater and Denise K. Clearwater, as personal representatives of
the estate of Ryan Patrick Clearwater, deceased, and for the relief of
Gerald Clearwater, individually, and Denise Clearwater, individually;
directing the North Broward Hospital District to compensate them for



the death of Ryan Patrick Clearwater as a result of the negligence of
the North Broward Hospital District, d/b/a Broward General Medical
Center; providing an effective date.



Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representative Peeples-
HB 333-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of Punta
Gorda; amending chapter 79-558, Laws of Florida; adding subsection
(7) to section 7; creating a proprietary right and certain police powers
in any canal or waterway together with any adjacent private, public or
semi-public seawall, bulkhead, retaining wall, or other appurtenance
within any section or sections or subdivision, where the developer has
dedicated and the City of Punta Gorda has accepted a public dedication
of a waterway or canal; providing for a right of entry upon private
land; the power to establish the respective maintenance obligations of
the private owners of land and the district; to define the function of the
district to disassociate the special taxing district from the business of
insurance; to empower the district to recover for the negligence of
others for loss, to demand reconstruction, and effectuate reconstruction
after the opportunity for notice and hearing, place a lien, foreclose
upon a lien and have certain jurisdiction for use of certain process for
action against others, who may by proximate cause, injure or damage a
bulkhead, seawall or other thing the district maintains; providing an
effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Woodruff-
HB 334-A bill to be entitled An act relating to acquired immune
deficiency syndrome (AIDS); requiring the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services to inform school boards of students and
employees who have been reported to the department as being infected
with the acquired immune deficiency syndrome virus; authorizing
school boards to test students and employees for such virus; requiring
school boards to ensure that students infected with such virus do not
come into contact with other students; requiring school boards to
ensure that no person infected with such virus is employed in a
position involving direct contact with students or food service or food
preparation in schools; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Davis-
HB 335-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance;
amending s. 627.657, F.S., providing an additional required provision
in group health insurance policies; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representative Davis-
HB 336-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dissolution of
marriage; requiring a court to provide security for awards of periodic
payments; providing an exception; providing for attorneys' fees to
enforce court-ordered periodic payments or distributions; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Peeples-
HB 337-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state uniform traffic
control; creating s. 316.252, F.S.; prohibiting the operation of certain
motor vehicles unless equipped with fenders, wheel covers, or other
splash and spray supressant devices, a penalty for which is provided by
law; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Clark and Ostrau-
HB 338--A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical examiners;
amending s. 406.11, F.S.; providing a definite time period for the
required autopsy of the body of a human being who dies by disease,



injury or toxic agent resulting from employment; requiring the medical
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the performance of an autopsy; providing for proof; providing an
effective date.

Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative Sansom-
HB 339-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state lands; creating
s. 253.024, F.S.; creating a Preservation Lands Management Trust
Fund within the Department of Natural Resources; specifying moneys
to be deposited therein; providing uses of the fund; providing an
effective date.

Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Saunders-
HB 340-A bill to be entitled An act relating to unclaimed property;
creating ss. 717.001-717.1401, F.S., creating the "Florida Disposition of
Unclaimed Property Act"; providing definitions; providing the general
rule with respect to property presumed abandoned; providing general
rules for taking custody of intangible unclaimed property; creating
provisions relating to unclaimed or abandoned traveler's checks and
money orders, unclaimed or abandoned checks, drafts, and similar
instruments issued or certified by banking and financial organizations,
bank deposits and funds in financial organizations, funds owing under
life insurance policies, deposits held by utilities, refunds held by
business associations, stock and other intangible interests held in
business associations, property of business associations held in the
course of dissolution, property held by agents and fiduciaries, property
held by courts and public agencies, gift certificates and credit memos,
unpaid wages, and the contents of safe deposit boxes or other safe
keeping repositories; providing for report of abandoned property;
providing for notice and publication of lists of abandoned property;
providing for the payment or delivery of abandoned property; providing
for custody by the state, relief from liability, reimbursement, defense,
and charges; providing for the crediting of dividends, interest, or
increments to the owner's account; providing for public sale of
abandoned property; providing for deposit of funds; providing for filing
of claims with Department of Banking and Finance; providing
procedures for the claim of another state to recover property; providing
for administrative hearing and for burden of proof; providing for
election to make payment or deliver; providing for the destruction or
disposition of property having insubstantial commercial value; provid-
ing immunity from liability; providing for periods of limitation;
providing for investigations, examinations, and subpoenas; providing
for retention of records; providing for enforcement, cease and desist
orders and administrative fines; providing for interstate agreements
and cooperation and joint and reciprocal actions with other states;
providing penalties; providing interest; providing for agreements to
locate reported property; excluding foreign transactions; providing for
the effect of new provisions and for a clarification of application;
providing for rulemaking authority; providing for uniformity of
application and construction; providing for the supplemental effect of
the chapter; repealing existing chapter 717, F.S., the present Florida
Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Healey--
HB 341-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transportation;
amending s. 339.08, F.S.; authorizing the use of moneys in the State
Transportation Trust Fund for reimbursing counties or municipalities
for certain expenditures made on projects in the State Highway
System; amending s. 339.12, F.S.; providing for participation by
municipalities in rights-of-way, state road building, and maintenance
projects under certain circumstances; authorizing the Department of



Transportation to reimburse counties and municipalities for expendi-
tures made on certain projects in the State Highway System under
certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.



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By Representative Healey-
HJR 342-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 15
of Article EI and the creation of Section 20 of Article XII of the State
Constitution relating to terms of legislators.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 343-A bill to be entitled An act relating to punitive damages;
amending s. 768.73, F.S.; providing that in civil actions based on
misconduct in commercial transactions, the amount of punitive
damages awarded shall not exceed three times the amount of
compensatory damages awarded; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Canady-
HB 344-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Uniform
Commercial Code; revising chapter 678, F.S., relating to investment
securities; expanding the scope of said chapter to provide rules
regulating the rights, duties, and obligations of the issuers of, and
other persons dealing with, uncertificated investment securities;
revising definitions; creating s. 678.108, F.S.; specifying general
provisions relating to registration of pledge and release of uncertifi-
cated securities; providing for transfer by registration of uncertificated
securities; expanding provisions relating to transfer by delivery of
certificated securities; providing requirements regarding instructions;
providing for creation of security interests in uncertificated securities;
providing for registration of pledge; providing additional methods of
transfer of security interests; creating s. 678.321, F.S.; providing for
enforceability, attachment, perfection, and termination of security
interests; specifying rights and obligations of buyers and sellers of
securities; providing for warranties; providing for guarantees; provid-
ing for treatment of adverse claims with respect to uncertificated
securities; providing for creditors' rights; creating s. 678.407, F.S.;
providing for exchangeability of securities; creating s. 678.408, F.S.;
requiring certain statements with respect to uncertificated securities;
amending s. 671.201, F.S.; relating to definitions applicable to the
code, to conform; amending s. 675.114, F.S., relating to issuer's duty
and privilege to honor, to conform; amending ss. 679.103, 679.105,
679.203, 679.302, 679.304, 679.309, and 679.312, F.S., relating to
secured transactions, to conform; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Woodruff-
HB 345-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance;
amending s. 627.736, F.S., providing conditions under which a person-
al injury insurer may withdraw payment of a treating physician
without consent of the injured person covered by insurance; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 346-A bill to be entitled An act relating to damages; amending
s. 768.042, F.S., relating to damages in any action brought in the
circuit court; deleting an unnecessary date; providing that damages
shall include interest from the date the cause of action arose; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Arnold-
HB 347-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state lands;
amending s. 253.025, F.S.; providing that purchase .negotiations for



certain lands be initiated within 6 months of the approval of
appraisals; authorizing the waiver of evidence of marketability for
certain acquisitions of property; providing an effective date.
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By Representative Arnold-
HB 348-A bill to be entitled An act relating to land acquisition;
amending section 1 of chapter 83-80, Laws of Florida, as amended;
extending the time within which the Department of Natural Resources
may file a petition to acquire certain parcels by exercise of the power of
eminent domain; deleting authority for the department to so acquire
specified parcels; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Glickman-
HB 349-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use,
and other transactions; amending s. 212.054, F.S.; providing an
alternative method for computing discretionary sales surtaxes; remov-
ing an exemption from such taxes for sales amounts above $1,000;
amending s. 212.055, F.S.; authorizing imposition of a county financial
assistance surtax; providing for use of the proceeds; authorizing repeal
of the surtax; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Long-
HB 350-A bill to be entitled An act relating to traffic control;
amending s. 316.172, F.S., increasing the penalties for illegally
passing a stopped school bus; amending s. 318.18, F.S., providing
amount of civil penalty; amending s. 322.27, F.S., providing authority
to suspend or revoke license; amending s. 322.28, F.S., providing for
period of suspension or revocation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Crotty-
HB 351-A bill to be entitled An act relating to prostitution;
amending s. 796.05, F.S., redefining the offense of living off earnings of
prostitute; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Sansom-
HB 352-A bill to be entitled An act relating to marketable record
title to real property; amending s. 712.03, F.S.; providing that the
exception to marketability for state title to lands beneath navigable
waters shall not apply to certain homestead property; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Crotty, Drage, Woodruff-
HB 353-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liability of
physicians; amending s. 316.614, F.S.; providing for immunity from
civil liability for physicians certifying exemption of persons from
mandatory safety belt law; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Tobin, Silver, Deutsch, Ostrau, Mackenzie,
Bloom, Young, Titone, Shelley--
HB 354-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; creating s. 550.52, F.S., authorizing certain dogtrack, har-
ness track, quarter horse race and jai alai permittees to conduct
additional night time performances under certain circumstances;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Gustafson and Press--
HB 355-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of West
Palm Beach; providing for the relief of Deborah L. Feigelson, to
compensate her for personal injuries resulting from a diving accident



in the City of West Palm Beach; providing for payment by the City of
West Palm Beach; providing an effective date.



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to the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services; specifying
uses of such funds; creating the Florida Commission of Substance
Abuse Treatment and Prevention within the office of the Governor;
providing powers and duties; providing for review and repeal; provid-
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Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representative Tobin-
HB 356-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Business
Regulation; creating s. 559.927, F.S., providing definitions; requiring
sellers of travel to annually register with the Division of Hotels and
Restaurants of the Department of Business Regulation; providing
registration fees; requiring performance bonds; providing for suspen-
sion or revocation; providing penalties; providing exceptions; preempt-
ing local government control over sellers of travel; providing for review
and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Trammell-
HB 357-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Uniform
Commercial Code; amending s. 679.402, F.S., providing, with respect
to secured transactions, that a financing statement remains effective
notwithstanding transfer of collateral; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Trammell-
HB 358-A bill to be entitled An act relating to corporations;
creating s. 607.108, F.S.; providing definitions; providing requirements
regarding affiliated transactions involving interested shareholders;
specifying powers of disinterested directors; providing exemptions;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representatives Dunbar, Hill, Sanderson, Deutsch, Abrams, D. L.
Jones, Ostrau, Rochlin, Titone, Tobin, Press, Young, Rehm, Ireland,
Liberti, Messersmith, Bloom, Friedman, Sample, Renke-
HB 359-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use and
other transactions; amending ss. 212.02 and 212.031, F.S.; reenacting
an exemption for lease payments on recreational property or the
common elements of a condominium scheduled for July 1, 1987, repeal;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Carlton-
HB 360-A bill to be entitled An act relating to legal expense
insurance; amending s. 642.025, F.S., authorizing legal expense insur-
ance to provide for legal services or indemnity against the cost of legal
services arising out of certain noncriminal traffic or boating infrac-
tions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representative Peeples-
HB 361-A bill to be entitled An act relating to handicapped
persons' parking privileges; amending s. 316.1958, F.S., to clarify that
special parking permits issued to out-of-state handicapped persons
shall be usable upon vehicles in this state; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs & Emer-
gency Preparedness.

By Representatives Cosgrove and Reaves-
HB 362-A bill to be entitled An act relating to substance abuse;
creating s. 895.055, F.S., providing for the distribution of residual
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Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Shelley-
HB 363-A bill to be entitled An act relating to firearms; providing
for licensure with respect to the right to carry, possess, repair, and
dispose of firearms; providing for administration by the Department of
Law Enforcement; providing for exemptions; providing for investiga-
tion of applicants; providing for validity, form, exhibition, display,
amendment, expiration, renewal, and revocation of licenses; requiring
gunsmiths, dealers, and state and local agencies to keep certain
records; providing for payment of fees; providing penalties; providing
for applicability of local firearms provisions; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representatives Carlton, Webster, Gustafson, Dunbar, Press,
Renke, Mackenzie, Long, Glickman, Metcalf, Gonzalez-Quevedo,
Morse-
HB 364-A bill to be entitled An act relating to driving under the
influence; amending s. 316.192, F.S., providing an additional penalty
for reckless driving under certain circumstances; amending s. 316.193,
F.S., providing clarifying language with respect to convictions for
driving under the influence with a certain blood alcohol level;
providing clarifying language with respect to substance abuse educa-
tion, evaluation and treatment for a violation of law relating to driving
under the influence; deleting reference to time periods for subsequent
violation penalties; amending s. 316.1932, F.S., deleting reference to a
prearrest breath test; amending s. 316.1933, F.S., deleting a restriction
on certified paramedics withdrawing blood for the purpose of deter-
mining alcohol content; amending s. 322.264, F.S., reducing the
number of convictions for moving traffic offenses before a person is
considered a "habitual traffic offender"; amending s. 322.28, F.S.,
deleting reference to time periods for subsequent violation penalties for
the suspension or revocation of a driver's license; amending s. 958.04,
F.S., providing that adjudication of guilt with respect to a youthful
offender shall not be withheld with respect to violations for driving
under the influence; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Jennings-
HB 365-A bill to be entitled An act relating to housing authorities;
amending s. 421.08, F.S.; providing that a housing authority may
appear in court through any of its officers, agents, or employees;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Housing.

By Representative Jennings-
HB 366-A bill to be entitled An act relating to actions for unpaid
wages; amending s. 448.08, F.S.; requiring the court to take into
account the cost of legal assistants employed by the attorney when
awarding attorney's fees; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Harris--
HB 367-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Clewiston Drainage
District, Hendry County; amending sections 4 and 7 of chapter 65-803,
Laws of Florida, as amended, changing the limits on the rate of the
annual maintenance tax levy and authorizing the Board of Supervisors
to assess impact fees for connection to or use of district works;
amending section 1 of chapter 77-560, Laws of Florida, as amended,
relating to the rate and levy of the restoration tax; providing an



effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
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By Representatives Sansom and Lombard-
HB 368-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beach restoration
and renourishment; imposing a tourism promotion surcharge to pay
the state share of costs associated with beach restoration and
renourishment projects; providing for penalties and interest for
noncompliance with the tourism promotion surcharge; providing for
administration and distribution of funds; amending s. 215.22, F.S.,
including the tourism promotion surcharge within a list of revenue and
trust funds from which certain deductions are authorized; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Finance
& Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Metcalf-
HB 369-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bakery containers;
amending ss. 506.501, 506.502, 506.503, 506.508, 506.509, 506.511,
506.515, 506.517, 506.518, 506.519, F.S.; reenacting s. 506.518, F.S.;
creating s. 506.507, F.S.; expanding the scope of the "Carts, Cases,
Baskets, and Boxes Act" to include bakery containers and retitling
that act accordingly; providing for the use of identification marks on
bakery containers; providing for the registration of such identification
marks; prohibiting the use of a bakery container that is identified with
a name or mark registered to another except under certain circum-
stances; providing a presumption of theft in certain situations;
prohibiting the receipt or transportation or removal of bakery
containers in certain situations; providing penalties; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Agriculture.

By Representative Dantzler-
HB 370-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fertilizer; amending
s. 576.011, F.S., modifying the definition of "guaranteed analysis";
defining "slow or controlled release fertilizer"; amending s. 576.021,
F.S., modifying information required on certain applications for
registration; amending s. 576.031, F.S., removing an exemption from
certain labeling requirements; amending s. 576.041, F.S., providing a
minimum penalty for failure to submit certain reports and fees;
amending s. 576.061, F.S., providing a penalty for certain deficiency in
a fertilizer-pesticide mixture; providing a penalty for distributing an
unregistered fertilizer; increasing the penalty for faulty labeling;
providing administrative penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Agriculture.

By Representative Dantzler-
HB 371-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the marketing of
agricultural commodities; creating the Florida Agricultural Commodi-
ties Marketing Law; providing legislative purpose; providing defini-
tions; requiring industry consent with respect to marketing orders;
requiring a petition of producers; providing for petitioner's expense;
"providing for public hearings; providing findings required to issue an
order; providing a procedure for referendum; providing for referendum;
providing for a notice of effective date of a marketing order; providing
for an advisory council and its duties and exemption from liability;
providing for possible subjects of marketing orders; authorizing
cooperation with other governments; providing for limited marketing
orders; providing a marketing agreement; providing for assessments,
funds, audit, and loans; establishing powers and duties of the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; providing for
certificates of exemption; providing for termination of orders; providing
for inspections; requiring certain records; providing penalties; provid-
ing for hearings; providing that parts IV, V, and VI of chapter 573,
F.S., relating to the Florida Soybean Marketing Law, the Florida
Flue-cured Tobacco Marketing Law, and the Florida Peanut Marketing



Law, respectively, shall stand repealed upon the. date that the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services adopts marketing
orders pursuant to the act; providing for review and reneal; providing
an effective date.
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By Representatives Dantzler and Silver-
HB 372-A bill to be entitled An act relating to financial
responsibility; amending s. 316.066, F.S., requiring law enforcement
officers to file written motor vehicle accident reports with respect to
certain accidents; amending s. 324.051, F.S., deleting language with
respect to certain owners or operators of motor vehicles who are not
subject to the suspension of a motor vehicle license arising from certain
traffic accidents; amending s. 324.151, F.S., deleting required optional
deductibles for property damage coverage with respect to owner's
motor vehicle liability insurance policies; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Ascherl, Bell, Wetherell-
HB 373-A bill to be entitled An act relating to metropolitan
planning organizations; amending s. 339.175, F.S.; raising the maxi-
mum number of voting members in a metropolitan planning organiza-
tion; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Ascherl, Bell, Wetherell-
HB 374-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the membership of
state boards, commissions, and councils; amending ss. 20.18, 163.704,
257.02, 292.04, 322.125, 350.031, 385.201, 393.001, 395.503, 458.307,
459.004, 460.404, 461.004, 463.003, 464.004, 465.004, 466.004,
468.144, 468.1665, 470.003, 473.303, 475.02, 481.205, 484.003,
490.004, 570.543, 760.03, F.S.; revising the membership of the Florida
Housing Advisory Council, the Florida Advisory Council on Intergov-
ernmental Relations, the State Library Council, The Florida Commis-
sion on Veterans' Affairs, the Medical Advisory Board, the Florida
Public Service Commission Nominating Council, the Florida Cancer
Control and Research Advisory Board, the Florida Developmental
Disabilities Planning Council, the Hospital Cost Containment Board,
the Board of Medicine, the Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners,
the Board of Chiropractic, the Board of Podiatric Medicine, the Board
of Optometry, the Board of Nursing, the Board of Pharmacy, the Board
of Dentistry, the Florida State Advisory Council of Speech-Language
Pathology and Audiology, the Board of Nursing Home Administrators,
the Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, the Board of
Accountancy, the Florida Real Estate Commission, the Board of
Architecture, the Board of Opticianry, the Board of Psychological
Examiners, the Florida Consumers' Council, and the Florida Commis-
sion on Human Relations in order to provide for representation of
persons who are 60 years of age or older on said boards, commissions,
and councils; deleting provisions that have had their effect or have
served their purpose; providing for applicability of act; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representative Metcalf-
HB 375-A bill to be entitled An act relating to postsecondary
education; amending s. 240.107, F.S.; prohibiting certain students from
taking the college-level communication and computation skills exami-
nation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representative Metcalf--
HB 376--A bill to be entitled An act relating to cosmetology;
amending s. 477.0265, F.S., providing for issuance of work permits for
certain persons; restricting certain extension of permits; providing an
effective date.
_Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representative Long-
HB 377-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmaceutical
assistance to the elderly; directing-the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services to establish a program for payments to



pharmacies for costs of certain prescription drugs for eligible elderly
persons; providing definitions; requiring an annual report by the



department; providing eligibility standards; requiring certain copay-
ments; providing for payment to a pharmacy under the program;
creating an advisory council; specifying violations and providing
penalties; providing for rules; providing for review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Drage and Gardner-
HB 378-A bill to be entitled An act relating to energy conservation;
creating the Public Education Energy Management Incentives Pro-
gram to promote economical management of energy in district public
schools; providing for energy audits, district and school energy
management coordinators, and an energy management committee and
program in each participating school district; providing contents of
district programs; specifying duties of the Governor's Energy Office, in
coordination with the Department of Education, with respect to such
programs; requiring annual reports to the Commissioner of Education;
creating a trust fund, to be administered by the Governor's Energy
Office, to finance incentive rewards for school districts which achieve
certain energy management goals; providing the amounts of incentive
rewards; providing an appropriation; providing for review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representatives Davis and Drage-
HB 379-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mediation and
arbitration; creating s. 44.301, F.S., providing definitions; creating
s. 44.302, F.S., providing for court-ordered mediation; creating
s. 44.303, F.S., providing for court-ordered, nonbinding arbitration;
creating s. 44.304, F.S., providing for voluntary binding arbitration;
creating s. 44.305, F.S., providing for limitation in referral; creating
s. 44.306, F.S., providing minimum standards for qualifications, rules
of professional conduct and training of mediators and arbitrators;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ascherl, Bell, Wetherell-
HB 380-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use and
other transactions; amending s. 212.0305, F.S.; authorizing the levy of
a special convention development tax and a subcounty convention
development tax by certain counties; providing requirements and
procedures; specifying use of the revenues; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Finance
& Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Martin and Bass-
HB 381-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retired public
officers and employees; amending s. 112.0801, F.S.; requiring state
agencies to allow retired employees or their dependents to participate
in the agency's group insurance programs or self-insurance plans;
requiring such retirees or their dependents to be offered the same
health insurance coverage that is offered to active employees and at
the same cost; requiring commingling of claims experience under
certain circumstances; providing for notification; providing a date
certain to accept or reject health insurance program participation;
creating s. 112.363, F.S.; providing for a monthly health insurance
subsidy payment for all persons retired under a state-supported
retirement system; providing for eligibility; specifying health insur-
ance subsidy amount; providing an appropriation; providing for
administration of the health insurance subsidy payments by the
Division of Retirement of the Department of Administration; amend-
ing ss. 121.052, 121.071, F.S., increasing the employer contributions
for members of the Florida Retirement System; providing an effective
date.



Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.



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By Representative Tobiassen-
HB 382-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the district school
system; amending s. 237.02, F.S.; authorizing school boards to obtain
certain services through private contractors; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Canady-
HB 383-A bill to be entitled An act relating to assignments for the
benefit of creditors; amending s. 727.01, F.S.; deleting language with
respect to general requirements for assignments; providing legislative
intent; amending s. 727.02, F.S.; deleting language relating to the oath
of assignor; providing for jurisdiction of proceedings and venue;
amending s. 727.03, F.S.; deleting language with respect to record of
assignment and oath; providing definitions; amending s. 727.04, F.S.;
deleting language with respect to qualifications of assignee; providing
for commencement of proceedings; amending s. 727.05, F.S.; deleting
language with respect to notice of assignment; providing for proceed-
ings against the assignee; amending s. 727.06, F.S.; deleting language
with respect to disposition of property; providing for turnover;
amending s. 727.07, F.S.; deleting language with respect to semiannu-
al statements; providing for duties of the assignor; amending s. 727.08,
F.S.; deleting language with respect to application for discharge of
assignee; providing for duties of the assignee; creating s. 727.09, F.S.;
providing for power of the court; creating s. 727.10, F.S.; providing for
actions by assignees and other parties in interest; creating s. 727.11,
F.S.; providing for notice; creating s. 727.12, F.S.; providing for proof of
claim; creating s. 727.13, F.S.; providing for objections to claims;
creating s. 727.14, F.S.; providing for priority of claims; creating
s. 727.15, F.S.; providing for resignation or removal of assignee;
creating s. 727.16, F.S.; providing for the assignee's final report and
discharge; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 384-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beach management;
amending ss. 161.041, 161.053, 161.054, 161.091, 161.101, 161.161,
161.26, F.S.; prohibiting the Department of Natural Resources from
issuing permits for certain construction or excavation except in
specified circumstances; establishing criteria for local coastal con-
struction zoning and building codes; providing additional criteria for
departmental permits to alter, excavate, or construct on certain
property; prohibiting the department from issuing a permit for a
habitable major structure located as specified; allowing the department
to require financial assurances and covenants and restrictions before
issuing such permit; changing the name of the Erosion Control Trust
Fund to the Beach Management Trust Fund; limiting the projects upon
which the department may expend funds; allowing the department to
reorder the priority of certain erosion control projects and to shift funds
among projects; deleting the term "restoration" from the "beach
restoration management plan" and adding elements to the plan;
changing the deadline for submitting certain recommendations; pro-
hibiting undertaking a beach restoration or renourishment project
without approval as specified; creating s. 161.164, F.S.; prohibiting
cutting, harvesting, removing, or eradicating sea oats or sea grapes
from public or private land, except as specified; providing for the
department to issue permits for possessing, harvesting, and raising sea
grape and sea oat plants and seeds and for selling plants; providing
affirmative defenses; providing an exception; repealing s. 370.041,
F.S., relating to the harvesting of sea oats and sea grapes; amending
s. 201.02, F.S.; increasing the documentary stamp tax and providing
for depositing the increased amount into the Beach Management Trust
Fund, to be used as specified; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.



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By Representative Tobin-
HB 385-A bill to be entitled An act relating to labor regulations;
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employees under certain conditions; authorizing civil actions and
providing specified relief; providing for certain employer relief;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Brown-
HB 386-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state retirement;
amending ss. 112.05, 121.091, 122.16, 238.181, 321.203, F.S.; exempt-
ing persons age 62 or older from certain restrictions on reemployment
after retirement; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Bankhead-
HB 387-A bill to be entitled An act relating to developments of
regional impact; amending s. 380.0651, F.S.; specifying that certain
resource recovery and management facilities are presumed to be
developments of regional impact; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Arnold-
HB 388-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public housing
projects; providing that a housing authority shall prohibit the rental or
leasing of a dwelling unit to persons found guilty of committing certain
prohibited acts relating to controlled substances; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Housing.

By Representative Canady-
HB 389-A bill to be entitled An act relating to adoption; amending
s. 63.082, F.S., authorizing certain withdrawal of consent to adoption;
requiring notice thereof; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative B. L. Johnson-
HB 390-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liens; creating
s. 713.595, F.S.; providing for a lien in favor of cotton ginners;
providing for priority of such lien; providing for remedies; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Healey-
HB 391-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Administrative
Procedure Act; repealing s. 120.55 (4) (a), F.S., relating to the re-
quirement that the Department of State furnish the Florida Adminis-
trative Code and the Florida Administrative Weekly without charge to
certain requestors; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Mackey-
HB 392-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Madison County;
allowing the expenditure for courtroom improvements of a specified
sum from the Madison County Special Law Enforcement Trust Fund,
which contains proceeds from the sale of certain contraband; providing
an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.



By Representatives Stone and Crotty-
HB 393-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fictitious name
registrations; amending s. 865.09, F.S.; providing definitions; prohibit-
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registration of such names with the Department of State; providing for
amended registrations; prescribing fees; exempting certain licensed
professions from registration; limiting the effect of registration;
providing penalties; providing an effective date.

Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Banjanin-
HB 394-A bill to be entitled An act relating to controlled
substances; amending s. 893.13, F.S.; making it a felony to sell,
deliver, or possess in excess of five grams of certain Schedule I
substances, or to use a person under the age of 18 years as an agent in
the sale or delivery of any controlled substance, or to sell or possess
with intent to sell any controlled substance in or near a school;
amending s. 893.135, F.S.; decreasing the quantities of cocaine re-
quired for the offense of trafficking in cocaine; creating s. 893.137,
F.S.; providing for mandatory minimum sentence upon second or
subsequent drug felony; creating s. 893.139, F.S.; providing for man-
datory minimum probation period for drug felony in addition to
imprisonment; amending s. 782.04, F.S.; providing the unlawful
distribution of any substance controlled under Schedule I or Schedule
II as a classified felony under the felony murder statute; creating
s. 322.055, F.S.; providing for revocation, suspension, or withholding of
the drivers' licenses of persons found guilty of certain drug offenses;
amending s. 60.05, F.S.; providing that abatement of nuisance proce-
dures are available against the conduct of a pattern of drug dealing
activities, cause for which is established by evidence of two drug sales
at the location; creating s. 893.16, F.S.; limiting the availability of the
defense of entrapment and providing evidentiary standards; amending
s. 934.03, F.S.; expanding the circumstances under which it is lawful to
intercept a wire or oral communication; providing penalties, including
mandatory minimum penalties for certain drug offenses; providing an
effective date.

Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Banjanin and R. C. Johnson-
HB 395-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicles;
prohibiting persons who own or operate a motor vehicle from affixing
to such vehicle any sticker, decal, emblem or other device containing
vulgar words, words describing sexual intercourse, sexual acts or
excrement, or specified photographs or depictions; providing a penalty;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Glickman-
HB'396-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the establishment of
the Christopher Columbus Commission of the State of Florida;
providing for participation by the state in the celebration of the 500th
anniversary of Columbus's discovery of the New World; providing for
membership and organization; prescribing its powers and duties;
providing for per diem and travel expenses; specifying administration
by the Department of Education; providing for assistance of other state
agencies and other entities; providing appropriations and contribu-
tions; authorizing the power to contract to the commission; providing
for termination of the commission; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Renke and Dunbar-
HB 397--A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax amnesty;
providing that the Department of Revenue shall set a period of tax
amnesty and shall thereafter be barred from commencing certain
proceedings; providing an effective date.



Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.



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HB 404-A bill to be entitled An act relating to vessels; amending
s. 328.05, F.S.; providing that specified unlawful acts relating to
certificates of title or other indicia of ownership shall constitute any
vessel to which they relate as contraband subject to seizure and



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By Representatives Banjanin and Thomas-
HB 398-A bill to be entitled An act relating to postsecondary
education; amending s. 240.413, F.S.; revising the Seminole and
Miccosukee Indian Scholarship Fund to include participation by the
Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians; providing duties; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representative Wallace-
HB 399-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the State
Comprehensive Plan; amending s. 187.201, F.S.; adopting the revitali-
zation of downtown areas as a goal of the State Comprehensive Plan
and establishing policies to further that goal; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Starks-
HB 400-A bill to be entitled An act relating to requirements for
high school graduation; amending s. 232.246, F.S.; providing that a
course in speech and debate may be taken to satisfy a credit
requirement in performing arts; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Mortham-
HB 401-A bill to be entitled An act relating to reports of abuse,
neglect, or exploitation of persons in protected classes; amending
ss. 415.103, 415.504, F.S.; providing for the expunction of all identify-
ing information from an unfounded report of abuse, neglect, or
exploitation of an aged person or disabled adult or of abuse or neglect
of a child within 90 days after the case is classified as "unfounded";
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 402-A bill to be entitled An act relating to remedies against
business organizations for failure to comply with registered agent and
registered office requirements and related subpoena provisions;
amending ss. 607.325 and 620.192, F.S.; authorizing the state to bid, at
any judicial sale to enforce its judgment lien against real property
owned by a domestic or foreign corporation, alien business organiza-
tion, or domestic or foreign limited partnership for failure to maintain
a registered office and a registered agent or for failure to comply with a
subpoena issued by the Department of Legal Affairs to produce certain
testimony and records, an amount up to the amount of the judgment
lien on the property; providing for the disposition and distribution of
moneys recovered from the enforcement of these provisions; amending
s. 253.03, F.S.; authorizing the Board of Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Trust Fund to manage and sell all real property acquired
by the state at such judicial sales; providing for the disposition and
distribution of the proceeds from such sales; providing for application
of act to certain pending proceedings; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Sanderson-
HB 403-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug abuse
prevention and control; amending s. 893.135, F.S.; providing that any
person who knowingly purchases one of the specified controlled
substances in one of the specified amounts shall be guilty of trafficking
in such substance and shall be punished accordingly; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

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forfeiture proceedings; amending s. 843.18, F.S.; providing that any
vessel used to flee or attempt to elude a law enforcement officer shall
be contraband subject to seizure and forfeiture proceedings; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Sanderson-
HB 405-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicles;
amending s. 319.33, F.S., which provides offenses involving vehicle
identification numbers or indicia of ownership of vehicles; providing
that any vehicle to which such an offense relates shall constitute
contraband subject to seizure and forfeiture proceedings; clarifying
that any motor vehicle or mobile home the real identity of which
cannot be determined shall constitute contraband; providing penalties;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Sanderson-
HB 406-A bill to be entitled An act relating to aircraft; amending
s. 329.10, F.S., relating to aircraft registration; authorizing seizure and
forfeiture proceedings against aircraft in violation of any aircraft
registration or information requirements; amending s. 330.40, F.S.,
relating to aircraft fuel tanks; authorizing seizure and forfeiture
proceedings against aircraft in violation or any aircraft fuel tank
requirements or restrictions; providing penalties; providing an effec-
tive date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Sanderson-
HB 407-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use,
and other transactions; amending s. 212.08, F.S.; including certain
nonprofit cultural corporations as "educational institutions" for ex-
emption purposes; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Grindle and Meffert--
HB 408-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; amending
ss. 99.0955, 99.096, and 103.021, F.S.; changing ballot qualifying
requirements for minor party candidates and independent candidates
for office; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Ethics & Elections.

By Representatives Bloom, Sanderson, Grindle, Hawkins, Reddick,
Messersmith, Hanson, Burnsed, Healey, Harris, Clark, Crotty, Souto,
Garcia, Jamerson, Arnold, Saunders, Glickman, Rochlin, Tobin, Goode,
Rush, Gutman, Brown, Morse, Sansom, Kelly, Tobiassen, Trammell,
Clements, Meffert, Hodges, Figg, Webster, Lawson, Wetherell, Gordon,
Rehm, Liberti, Carlton, Young, D. L. Jones, Lombard, Casas, C. F.
Jones, Mackenzie, King, Mortham, Nergard, Thomas, Shelley-
HB 409-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liability of nonprofit
organizations; providing legislative findings; granting immunity from
liability for civil damages with respect to certain actions of uncom-
pensated directors and officers of nonprofit corporations and associa-
tions; providing exceptions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Grindle-
HB 410--A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
inspection; creating part II of chapter 325, F.S., providing definitions;
providing for required safety equipment inspection; providing an
exception; providing for biennial inspections; providing a penalty;



requiring inspection certificates for sold motor vehicles; providing an
exemption; providing a penalty; providing a time limit for inspection of
newly registered motor vehicles; providing repair procedures for
defective vehicles; providing inspection for motor vehicles involved in
an accident or otherwise damaged; providing requirements for approv-



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al before a certificate may be issued; providing for the inspection of
metal license plates; providing for the appointment of safety equip-
ment inspection stations; providing for self-inspectors; providing
supervision of safety equipment inspection stations; directing the
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to adopt certain
procedures; providing fees; providing for budget and administration;
providing for legislative intent and departmental rules; providing for
days and hours of operation of inspection stations; providing for
inspection stickers of other states and certain carriers; providing that
inspection does not constitute a warranty of mechanical condition;
limiting liability; prohibiting the issuance of certificates to vehicles
which have not been inspected; providing a penalty; prohibiting forged
certificates and the unauthorized sale or supply of certificates;
providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

HB 411-Withdrawn

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Gordon-
HB 412-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Corrections; repealing s. 20.315 (8) (c), F.S., relating to the advisory
body to program offices within the Department of Corrections;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Trammell-
HR 413-A resolution urging the release of Cuban political prisoner
Jose Pujals Mederos.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Reddick and Woodruff-
HB 414-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical assistance;
amending s. 409.266, F.S.; requiring the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services to establish a program through county public
health units to provide medical services to certain indigent persons;
providing for funding; providing a schedule for delivery of Medicaid
services to certain persons; amending s. 154.01, F.S.; requiring county
public health units to ensure provision of primary care services under
the program; providing an annual appropriation; providing for selec-
tion of participating hospitals; entitling health care providers and
hospitals which treat certain indigent persons to specified liability
coverage and immunity; creating s. 154.011, F.S.; creating local
indigent health care panels; providing for development of county
primary care services plans; providing for review of provider contract
proposals; creating the Medicaid Non-Institutional Provider Trust
Fund and providing for uses; providing an appropriation; requiring the
Auditor General to study and revise, and the department to imple-
ment, procedures for Medicaid eligibility determinations and the
processing of reimbursement claims; requiring the Auditor General to
audit the Medicaid program; requiring reports; providing effective
dates.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Reddick-
HB 415-A bill to be entitled An act relating to higher education;
creating s. 240.127, F.S.; establishing the college reach-out program;
providing grants to strengthen the educational motivation of low-in-
come or educationally disadvantaged students; prescribing program
requirements and procedures for obtaining a grant; requiring a report



on program effectiveness; providing for repeal of the program and for
legislative review; providing an effective date.
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By Representative Reddick-
HB 416-A bill to be entitled An act relating to postsecondary
education; amending s. 240.343, F.S., relating to community college
employees; revising provisions with respect to terminal pay for
accumulated sick leave; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Holland, Mitchell, Smith, Simone, Ireland-
HB 417-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
institutions; amending s. 877.13, F.S.; clarifying that the misdemeanor
offense of disruption of educational institutions is applicable to
disruption of all school board functions and activity on school board
property; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Saunders-
HB 418-A bill to be entitled An act relating to saltwater fisheries;
defining the term "licensed saltwater fisheries trap"; prohibiting the
unlawful possession of such traps; providing penalties; providing
exceptions; requiring owners of such traps to provide the Department
of Natural Resources with certain information; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representatives Bloom and Hawkins-
HB 419-A bill to be entitled An act relating to corporations;
amending s. 607.014, F.S., providing clarifying language with respect
to indemnification of corporate officers, directors, employees, and
agents; amending s. 607.164, F.S., providing that the articles of
incorporation may include a provision limiting the personal liability of
a director to the corporation or its stockholders for monetary damages
for breach of fiduciary duty; providing exceptions; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Mackenzie--
HB 420-A bill to be entitled An act relating to establishment of a
statewide radio communications system to serve law enforcement units
of state agencies and local law enforcement agencies through a mutual
aid channel; providing for implementation of the system; including a
pilot project; creating a joint task force to establish the system;
directing the Division of Communications of the Department of
General Services to provide technical and other assistance to the joint
task force; establishing a trust fund to pay certain expenses related to
the establishment and maintenance of the system; creating
s. 320.0801, F.S., and amending s. 327.25, F.S., to provide a surcharge
on each motor vehicle license tax imposed and on each vessel
registration fee imposed in order to fund the trust fund; amending
s. 327.73, F.S., relating to noncriminal infractions, to conform a
cross-reference to the renumbering of subsections of s. 327.25, F.S.;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Science & Technology, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Gustafson--
HB 421-A bill to be entitled An act relating to condominiums;
creating s. 718.1135, F.S., authorizing condominium unit owners to
install permanent storm protection on windows and glass door areas of
their units under certain circumstances; providing for duties of the



unit owners and the association or board of directors; providing for
assessment of costs and for liens; providing for the application of the
section; providing an effective date.
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By Representatives Young and Gustafson-
HB 422-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Auditor
General; amending s. 11.45, F.S.; authorizing district school boards to
select an independent auditor to perform a required financial audit;
providing for the duty of the Auditor General with respect to such
audits; providing that the district school board annual financial audit
may be required to be completed in a certain time period; providing for
duties of the Auditor General; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representatives Metcalf, Kelly, Sanderson, Tobin, Meffert,
Cosgrove, Canady-
HB 423-A bill to be entitled An act relating to professional
regulation; creating the "Dietetics Practice Act"; providing legislative
purpose; providing definitions; requiring licensure of dietitians and
public health nutritionists; providing exemptions; providing for the
creation, powers, duties, and membership of the Dietetic Council;
providing powers and duties of the Board of Medical Examiners with
respect to regulating the practice of dietetics; providing for the
adoption of fees and providing fee caps; specifying requirements for
licensure; providing for temporary permits; providing for licensure by
examination; providing for the issuance and display of licenses;
providing for licensure by endorsement; providing for biennial license
renewal; providing for inactive status of licenses; providing prohibi-
tions and penalties; providing grounds for disciplinary proceedings;
providing for injunctive relief; providing that it is unlawful to falsely
represent licensure; providing for the application of provisions relating
to qualification of immigrants for examination; providing for future
review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Figg-
HR 424-A resolution declaring October a state quality month.
Referred to the Committee on Governmental Operations.

By Representatives Figg, Jamerson, Long, Peeples, Glickman,
Clements, Simone, Burnsed, Mortham, Smith, Ireland, Lombard,
Jennings, Rush, Arnold, Holland, Harris, Woodruff, Rehm. Frishe,
Wallace, Thomas, Canady-
HR 425-A resolution recognizing the University of South Florida.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representatives Banjanin, Troxler, Sanderson, Morse, Webster,
Renke, Irvine, Martinez, Arnold, Garcia, Canady, Starks-
HB 426-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the use of public
funds for abortions; providing that certain public funds may not be
used to fund abortions; providing an exception; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Burnsed-
HB 427-A bill to be entitled An act relating to life insurance
policies; amending s. 627.461 and 627.510, F.S.; providing for the use
of a uniform life insurance claim form when filing for the settlement of
claims on policies issued in this state; providing for the development of
the uniform claim form; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representative Gustafson-
HB 428-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance;
amending s. 624.155, F.S., requiring additional information to be



included in a notice of an alleged violation by an insurer as a condition
to bringing a civil remedy action; specifying authority of the Depart-



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ment of Insurance relative to such notices; requiring insurers to report
on the disposition of the violation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representative King-
HB 429-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Beverage Law;
amending ss. 561.025 and 561.19, F.S.; increasing the filing fee for
application for certain beverage licenses allotted by drawing; revising
the distribution of the fee; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Simon-
HB 430-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance fraud;
amending s. 626.989, F.S., defining the term "fraudulent insurance
act"; including fraudulent insurance acts within the investigative
authority of the Division of Insurance Fraud; limiting liability;
providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representatives Wetherell and Bell-
HB 431-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liability at
motorsport events; creating s. 549.09, F.S.; authorizing a motorsport
facility or area operator to require the signing of a liability release
form; providing for assumption of the risk in posted nonspectator
areas; providing definitions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Friedman, Gonzalez-Quevedo-
HB 432-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending ss. 229.565 and 229.57, F.S.; providing for the establishment
of minimum performance standards in the area of social studies;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representatives McEwan, Carlton, Hill-
HB 433-A bill to be entitled An act relating to firearm safety;
creating ss. 790.151, 790.153, 790.155, and 790.157, F.S.; prohibiting
the use of a firearm while intoxicated or impaired; providing penalties;
providing tests to determine intoxication or impairment; providing for
right to refuse; authorizing use of blood tests in cases of death or
serious bodily injury; providing for certain presumptions of impair-
ment; providing definitions; providing evidentiary standards; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Canady, Mackey, Clements, Gustafson-
HJR 434-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 16,
Article I of the State Constitution, relating to rights of victims of
crime.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representatives Harris, Bronson, Holland, Simone--
HB 435--A bill to be entitled An act relating to road designation;
designating those portions of State Road 64, U.S. Highway 17, State
Road 66, U.S. Highway 98, County Road 68, U.S. Highway 441,
County Road 68, and State Road 68 from Bradenton to Fort Pierce as
the "Florida Cracker Trail"; providing for the erection of appropriate



markers by the Department of Transportation; providing for designa-
tion on the Official Florida Transportation Map; providing an effective
date.
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By Representative Carlton-
HB 436-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employment;
amending s. 110.213, F.S.; clarifying requirements, and deleting
specific requirements, relating to procedures for examination and
selection for appointment; amending s. 110.217, F.S.; clarifying re-
quirements, and deleting specific requirements, relating to registers of
eligible applicants; clarifying provisions relating to postaudit review of
agency actions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining.

By Representatives Silver, Casas, Abrams, Carpenter, Gordon,
Morse, Souto, Bloom, Diaz-Balart, Saunders, Cosgrove-
HB 437-A bill to be entitled An act relating to horseracing;
amending s. 550.081, F.S., providing legislative intent; revising the
allocation of horseracing periods of operation; amending s. 550.09, F.S.,
revising the formula with respect tothe tax on handle for thorough-
bred horse racing; amending s. 550.41, F.S., revising language with
respect to the summer thoroughbred horse racing season; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Carlton-
HB 438-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem tax
exemptions; amending s. 196.011, F.S.; authorizing the governing body
of a county to exempt the owner of property which is exempt from ad
valorem tax due to its use for religious, literary, scientific, or
charitable purposes from annually filing a statement that the owner-
ship and use of the property have not changed; providing for taxation
of property when the owner fails to notify the property appraiser of a
change in use; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Meffert, Hodges, Locke-
HB 439-A bill to be entitled An act relating to thoroughbred horse
racing; defining the term "simulcasting"; authorizing the Division of
Pari-mutuel Wagering to issue a permit in certain counties for the
receipt and display of live thoroughbred horse races by simulcast;
providing criteria for simulcast facilities; providing eligibility; provid-
ing broadcast requirements; providing for the application of certain
pari-mutuel statutes; providing for the season; providing for subse-
quent annual permits; providing for revocation; providing for con-
tracts; providing for rules; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Mitchell, Messersmith, Patchett, Silver-
HR 440-A resolution commending Karl R. Adams for his years of
service to the Florida House of Representatives.
Referred to the Committee on Governmental Operations.

By Representatives Drage, Crotty, Webster, Stone-
HB 441-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Orange County;
relating to the West Orange Memorial Hospital Tax District; amend-
ing section 2 of chapter 26066, Laws of Florida, 1949, substituting
"West Orange Jr. Service League, Inc." for the term "Winter Garden
Junior Welfare League"; requiring members of the board of trustees to
remain residents of the tax district during their tenure and eliminat-
ing a requirement that members of the board of trustees be freeholders
of the tax district; requiring only that they be residents of the tax
district; amending section 8 of chapter 26066, Laws of Florida, 1949;



allowing all electors who are residents of the district to vote in bond
elections; amending section 14 of chapter 26066, Laws of Florida, 1949,
defining some expenditures that are included in the "operation of the
hospital"; amending section 16 of chapter 26066, Laws of Florida,
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certified copies of its tax resolution to the Board of County Commis-
sioners of Orange County and to the Comptroller of the State of
Florida; providing for severability; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representative Arnold-
HB 442-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state lands;
amending s. 253.025, F.S.; providing that the Board of Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Trust Fund may waive the requirement for
evidence of marketability in the acceptance of real property under
certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By the Committee on Tourism & Cultural Affairs and Representa-
tives Arnold and Rush-
HB 443-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use and
other transactions; amending ss. 212.02 and 212.20, F.S.; defining
"admissions to cultural events" and providing that the proceeds of the
tax thereon be transferred into the Florida Fine Arts Trust Fund;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Ogden, Silver, Messersmith, Patchett-
HR 444-A resolution commending Jack Overstreet for his years of
service to the Florida House of Representatives.
Referred to the Committee on Governmental Operations.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 445-A bill to be entitled An act relating to supplies and
equipment of governmental agencies; creating s. 287.088, F.S.; prohib-
iting the purchase of certain forms, bond paper, legal pads, and file
cabinets; requiring agencies to review existing forms; requiring the
Division of Library and Information Services of the Department of
State to establish standards and guidelines; prohibiting the use of
certain forms, bond paper, and legal pads after a certain date;
authorizing the continued use of certain file cabinets; authorizing
additional exemptions under certain circumstances; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By the Committee on Governmental Operations and Representative
Hodges-
HB 446-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Insurance Risk
Management Trust Fund; amending s. 111.07, F.S., providing clarify-
ing language with respect to the defense of civil action in the case of an
intentional tort; amending s. 111.071, F.S., revising language with
respect to the payment of judgments against public officers, employees
or agents; amending s. 284.01, F.S., including theft coverage under the
Florida Fire Insurance Trust Fund; amending s. 284.31, F.S., providing
that the Insurance Risk Management Trust Fund shall cover all
executive, legislative, and judicial departments of the State of Florida
and their officers; amending s. 284.34, F.S., deleting language auth-
orizing the Department of Insurance to provide certain coverage under
the Insurance Risk Management Trust Fund; creating s. 284.375, F.S.,
providing that deficits in the Florida Casualty Insurance Risk
Management Trust Fund shall be supplied, under certain circum-
stances, from the General Revenue Fund; amending s. 284.38, F.S.,
providing clarifying language with respect to waiver of sovereign
immunity; amending s. 284.39, F.S., relating to rules; amending
s. 768.28, F.S., relating to the waiver of sovereign immunity in tort



actions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.



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the notice; amending s. 78.12, F.S.; requiring writs of replevin to be
directed and delivered to the proper officer in the jurisdiction into
which the property has been removed; amending s. 409.257, F.S.;
correcting a cross reference; amending s. 713.18, F.S.; eliminating a
manner of serving certain notices; repealing s. 30.19, F.S., relating to



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By Representative Bronson-
HB 447-A bill to be entitled An act relating to water management
districts; amending ss. 373.0693 and 373.073, F.S.; providing dates for
commencement of terms of office of members of district governing
boards and basin boards; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representatives Arnold and Tobin-
HB 448-A bill to be entitled An act relating to credit card
transactions; prohibiting a seller or lessor from imposing a surcharge
for the use of a credit card in certain transactions; providing
definitions; specifying exceptions; providing a penalty; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 449-A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Stephen M.
Cooper and Margi Cooper; compensating them for the injuries
sustained by Stephen M. Cooper and the loss and damage to their
automobile as a result of an accident involving a high-speed chase with
City of Miami police officers and a Florida Highway Patrol trooper;
directing that payment be made by the city and providing a state
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Select Committee on Claims.

By Representatives Mortham, Young, Sansom, Lewis, D. L. Jones,
Rehm, King, Bainter, Renke, Souto, Patchett-
HB 450-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 232.246, F.S., relating to requirements for high school
graduation; providing for the award of a certificate of completion to a
student unable to meet grade point requirements; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Hargrett-
HB 451-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public transit
projects; amending s. 341.031, F.S.; providing definitions; amending
s. 341.041, F.S.; requiring the Department of Transportation to develop
and administer state standards for the productivity of public transit
systems; amending s. 341.051, F.S.; providing for funding of certain
transit projects; authorizing funding of local transit systems under
certain circumstances; providing for continuation of local transit
assistance; creating s. 341.071, F.S.; providing for transit system
operating standards; providing for incentive awards; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Rush-
HB 452-A bill to be entitled An act relating to service of process;
amending s. 30.231, F.S.; increasing the sheriff's fee for service of
witness subpoenas; providing for a sheriff's commission on the total
amount collected or bid on certain execution sales; amending s. 48.031,
F.S.; providing for substitute service under certain circumstances;
amending s. 48.061, F.S.; extending the manner by which process may
be served on partnerships; amending s. 48.183, F.S.; extending the
manner by which process may be served in action for possession of
residential premises; amending s. 48.195, F.S.; deleting a cross refer-
ence; amending s. 56.041, F.S.; providing for disposition of unsatisfied
executions after specified period of time; amending s. 56.22, F.S.;
providing for sheriff's sale at the time, date, and place advertised in









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failure to execute process; repealing s. 56.23, F.S., relating to place of
execution sales; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Hanson-
HB 453-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the local option
tourist development tax; amending s. 125.0104, F.S.; authorizing any
county levying the tax to elect to collect and administer the tax on a
local basis; providing for release of information to such county by the
Department of Revenue; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Finance
& Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Arnold-
HB 454-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dogracing;
amending s. 550.0831, F.S., authorizing additional days of operation
for certain dogracing permitholders; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Arnold and Lombard-
HB 455-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending ss. 550.082, 550.0831, and 550.37, F.S., and
creating ss. 551.115 and 551.116, F.S., authorizing certain dogracing
and jai alai permittees to operate for additional time periods; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Gustafson-
HB 456-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alcoholic beverage
licenses; amending s. 561.221, F.S., providing that nothing contained
in the Beverage Law shall prohibit the ownership, management,
operation or control of a vendor or vendors licensed to sell alcoholic
beverages on certain cruise ships or passenger ships owned by
manufacturers, distributors or exporters of beer or wine or any affiliate
thereof; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing
and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Hargrett-
HB 457-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county and
municipal government; providing definitions; authorizing counties,
municipalities ana constitutional officers to recruit, train, and accept
volunteers for government service; providing for the status of volun-
teers; providing for the responsibilities of units of local government
with respect to volunteers; providing for volunteer benefits; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Guber--
HB 458-A bill to be entitled An act relating to liability for medical
services; providing a definition; providing that each spouse in a
marriage is jointly and severally liable for payment of medical services
provided to the other spouse during the marriage; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Tobiassen-
HB 459-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fishing; amending
s. 372.57, F.S., providing for separate nonresident annual license fees



for fishing with respect to residents of states contiguous to Florida;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.



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criminal proceedings; amending s. 914.23, F.S.; making it a felony of
the third degree to threaten or attempt retaliation against a witness or
informant in a criminal proceeding; providing penalties; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.



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By Representative Harris-
HB 460-A bill to be entitled An act relating to judicial circuits;
amending s. 26.021, F.S.; providing that at least one judge in the tenth
judicial circuit shall reside in Highlands County; providing applicabili-
ty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Rochlin-
HB 461-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance; creating
ss. 627.6403 and 627.6618, F.S., requiring individual and group health
insurance policies that provide acupuncture coverage to meet certain
conditions; providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representative Meffert-
HB 462-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use,
and other transactions; amending s. 212.06, F.S.; revising a condition
for exemption from use tax; providing conditions for exemption of
certain boats from use tax; providing application of sales tax to sales of
such boats; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Gordon-
HB 463-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Criminal Justice
Information Systems Council; amending s. 943.06, F.S.; providing for
designated assistants; specifying appointing authority; requiring ma-
jority for official action; amending s. 943.08, F.S.; requiring recommen-
dations in meeting minutes; saving ss. 943.045, 943.06, and 943.08,
F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Youth and Representative Reddick-
HB 464-A bill to be entitled An act relating to juveniles; amending
s. 39.071, F.S., requiring legal representation of children at all stages
of any delinquency proceedings; amending s. 39.412, F.S.; requiring
legal representation of children subject to the deprivation of liberty
under contempt of court proceedings; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 465-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem tax
administration; amending s. 193.1142, F.S.; revising provisions relat-
ing to approval of assessment rolls by the Department of Revenue and
issuance of review notices; amending s. 200.065, F.S.; specifying when
certification of taxable value shall be made by the property appraiser
to taxing authorities; requiring notice and recertification when
resubmission of assessment rolls to the department is required;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.


HB 466--Withdrawn

By Representative Glickman-
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By Representative Glickman-
HB 468-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem tax
administration; amending s. 197.472, F.S.; requiring written consent of
the current owner prior to redemption of a portion of a tax certificate;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Souto-
HB 469-A bill to be entitled An act relating to private schools;
requiring a private school to obtain the enrollee's name, social security
number, and certified birth certificate when enrolling a student;
requiring the school to forward such information to the Department of
Education; providing a qualified exemption from public records
requirements; providing for future review and repeal; providing
criminal penalties for violating the provisions of this act; requiring the
disclosure of certain information; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representatives Cosgrove and Starks-
HB 470-A bill to be entitled An act relating to negligence; creating
s. 768.1315, F.S., providing immunity from civil liability for certain
hospitals and persons rendering emergency room care or treatment;
providing a limitation; providing exceptions; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Cosgrove-
HB 471-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 232.2465, F.S.; authorizing students to take advanced
placement computer science as part of minimum requirements for
qualification as a Florida Academic Scholar; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Crady-
HB 472-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending s. 550.13, F.S., providing for additional funds for
counties out of certain moneys to the credit of the Pari-mutuel Tax
Collection Trust Fund; amending s. 550.131, F.S., limiting the pay-
ment of racing funds to district school boards from certain moneys;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Crady-
HB 473-A bill to be entitled An act relating to local government
revenue sharing; amending s. 186.901, F.S., including certain inmates
and patients in official population estimates for purposes of revenue-
sharing distributions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Lawson--
HB 474--A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers' licenses;
amending s. 322.27, F.S.; exempting out-of-state convictions for un-
lawful speed violations not in excess of 15 miles per hour from the
point system recorded against the chauffeurs' licenses of certain truck
drivers; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Gardner, Hodges, Bankhead, Mitchell, Saunders,
Thomas, Rudd, Long, C. F. Jones, Burke, Garcia, Mills, Stone, Frishe,
Martin, Messersmith, Burnsed, Lawson, Arnold, Canady, Smith,
Holland, Tobiassen, Healey, Ascherl, D. L. Jones, Locke, Renke, Irvine,



Trammell, Mackey, Bronson, Dantzler, Harris, Banjanin, Starks,
Carpenter, King, Hanson, Jamerson, Diaz-Balart, Rehm, Meffert,



April 7, 1987



forfeiture if employed as an instrumentality in the commission of a
felony; amending s. 932.702, F.S.; providing that it is unlawful to use
real property to facilitate the transportation, concealment, possession,
or exchange of any contraband article; amending s. 932.703, F.S.;
providing that real property, as well as personal property, is subject to



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Gutman, Wallace, Sansom, Mortham, Liberti, Wetherell, Ostrau,
Titone, Kelly, Jennings, Morse, Tobin, Mackenzie, Crotty, Martinez,
Upchurch, Friedman, Shelley-
HB 475-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the designation of a
state reptile; creating s. 15.0385, F.S.; designating the American
alligator as the official state reptile; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Tourism & Cultural Affairs.

By Representative Gardner-
HB 476-A bill to be entitled An act relating to contractors;
amending s. 489.127, F.S.; prohibiting any person from advertising
himself as available to engage in the business or act in the capacity of
a contractor without being duly registered or certified; providing
penalties; creating s. 489.5331, F.S.; providing for civil remedies;
creating s. 624.447, F.S.; requiring insurers, upon request, to provide a
certificate of insurance on any insured contractor and to provide notice
of cancellation; amending s. 713.01, F.S.; redefining the terms "con-
tractor," "subcontractor," and "sub-subcontractor" for purposes of the
mechanics' lien law; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representatives Thomas, Jennings, Lombard-
HB 477-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Holiday Park, Park
and Recreation District, Sarasota County; amending chapter 81-441,
Laws of Florida, providing for the regulation of the use of roads within
Holiday Park, Park and Recreation District; providing that Holiday
Park, Park and Recreation District may contract with the City of
North Port, Florida, for the enforcement of regulations concerning the
use of roads within Holiday Park, Park and Recreation District;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representatives Goode, Sansom, Stone, Bronson, Gardner-
HB 478-A bill to be entitled An act relating to road designation;
designating and naming U.S. Highway 1 from Florida's north bounda-
ry to Key West as "Constitution Highway"; providing for appropriate
markers to be erected by the Department of Transportation; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Stone and Sansom-
HB 479-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
s. 236.1224, F.S.; providing for additional categorical funds for teach-
ing science laboratory skills; providing eligibility criteria for school
districts; providing for distribution of funds; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Hanson-
HB 480-A bill to be entitled An act relating to foreign trade zones;
amending s. 288.37, F.S.; requiring the approval of the local governing
body prior to the establishment of foreign trade zones or foreign trade
subzones off the grounds of ports of entry; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on International Trade & Economic
Development.

By Representative Hanson-
HB 481-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the "Florida
Contraband Forfeiture Act"; amending s. 932.701, F.S.; adding "real
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seizure and forfeiture; amending s. 932.704, F.S.; providing for forfei-
ture proceedings against real property; requiring notice; requiring the
seizing agency to file a lis pendens, and to issue a deed to the
purchaser upon sale; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Peeples--
HB 482-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public guardianship;
amending s. 744.703, F.S.; removing a restriction upon the appoint-
ment of a nonprofit corporation as public guardian; authorizing
appointment of a special public guardian to serve patients in a state
treatment facility; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Bronson, Sansom, Gardner, Patchett, Stone,
Goode-
HB 483-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the enforcement of
traffic laws; amending s. 316.003, F.S.; redefining the term "street or
highway"; amending s. 316.640, F.S.; authorizing municipal police
officers to enforce traffic laws in mobile home park recreation districts;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representatives Brown, Langton, Troxler, Bankhead, King,
Crady-
HB 484-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Duval County;
amending section 17.06 of chapter 67-1320, Laws of Florida; as
amended, being the charter of the City of Jacksonville; allowing
certified public accountants, and certain other accounting-related
employees of the Duval County School Board Finance or Business
Affairs Divisions, to elect whether or not they wish to be covered by or
excepted from civil service status; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Retirement,
Personnel & Collective Bargaining.

By Representatives Brown and Gaffney-
HB 485-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Duval County;
providing for a special restaurant liquor license requirement in seating
and footage in restaurants in the three tax increment districts in
downtown Jacksonville; providing that these changes will not conflict
with local zoning requirements setting distance requirements between
liquor-serving establishments and churches and schools; providing
there will be no change in the minimum food requirement for
liquor-serving establishments covered under the SRX license category
of the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco of the Department
of Business Regulation of the State of Florida; providing an effective
date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Regulated
Industries & Licensing, and Finance & Taxation.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Gordon-
HB 486--A bill to be entitled An act relating to state officers'
compensation; repealing s. 112.192, F.S., which created the State
Officers' Compensation Commission; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Gordon-
HB 487-A bill to be entitled An act relating to deferred compensa-
tion; amending s. 112.215, F.S.; increasing the membership of the
Deferred Compensation Advisory Council; providing terms of office;



providing for a council chairman; providing for meetings; providing for
conduct of business; requiring records of meetings; providing for



reimbursement for per diem and travel; revising duties; providing for
expiration of terms of present members; providing for staggering of
terms of new members; saving s. 112.215 (8), F.S., from Sundown
repeal; providing for future review and repeal; providing an effective
date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representatives
Lippman and Ostrau-
HB 488-A bill to be entitled An act relating to veterans' affairs;
amending s. 292.04, F.S.; modifying duties of the Florida Commission
on Veterans' Affairs; authorizing the commission to give testimony on
matters pertaining to veterans' affairs; requiring state agencies to
cooperate with the commission; clarifying the commission's method of
soliciting action; authorizing the commission to promulgate uniform
rules relating to state employment of veterans; making technical
changes; saving s. 292.04, F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for
future review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Kelly-
HB 489-A bill to be entitled An act relating to energy resources;
amending s. 377.703, F.S.; requiring the Executive Office of the
Governor to develop and maintain an energy research index; requiring
the Executive Office of the Governor to develop, coordinate, and
promote a comprehensive research plan for state programs; repealing
s. 377.706, F.S., to abolish the Florida Energy Research and Develop-
ment Task Force; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell,
Smith, Irvine-
HB 490-A bill to be entitled An act relating to aquaculture;
amending ss. 1.01 and 570.02, F.S., conforming definitions of "agricul-
ture" and including aquaculture therein; amending s. 205.064, F.S.,
exempting persons selling aquacultural products from local occupa-
tional license requirements; amending s. 206.63, F.S., providing for
refund of taxes on motor fuel used in the practice of aquaculture;
amending s. 571.03, F.S., including aquacultural products within the
definition of "agricultural product" under the Florida Seal of Quality
Law; amending s. 597.005, F.S., expanding membership of the Aqua-
culture Review Council; providing for per diem and expenses; amend-
ing s. 618.01, F.S., including aquacultural products within the defini-
tion of "agricultural products" with respect to laws governing agricul-
tural cooperative marketing associations; amending s. 823.14, F.S.,
including aquacultural production within the definition of "farm"
under the Florida Right to Farm Act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Finance &
Taxation.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell,
Irvine, Smith-
HB 491-A bill to be entitled An act relating to food products;
amending ss. 500.03, 500.09, and 500.301, F.S., updating references to
conform to federal law; amending s. 500.11, F.S., conforming language;
amending s. 500.146, F.S., deleting obsolete language relating to
rulemaking; amending ss. 500.172 and 500.175, F.S., authorizing,
rather than requiring, the department to petition the court for an order
of condemnation or sale, under certain circumstances; amending
ss. 500.01, 500.02, 500.032, 500.04, 500.12, 500.121, 500.147, 500.148,
500.149, 500.166, 500.167, 500.173, 500.174, 500.177, 500.178,
500.179, 500.304, 500.305, and 500.306, F.S., updating chapter cross
references; repealing s. 500.307, F.S., deleting an obsolete exemption;



providing an effective date.
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By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell,
Smith, Cosgrove, Irvine, Bronson-
HB 492-A bill to be entitled An act relating to consumer products;
creating s. 501.93, F.S., the "Florida Anti-Tampering Act"; defining
"consumer product," "labeling," and "bodily injury," for purposes of the
act; providing penalties for tampering with, or attempting or conspir-
ing to tamper with, a consumer product, or rendering the label or
container thereof false or misleading, or threatening such actions, or
communicating false information that a consumer product has been
tampered with; authorizing certain actions by the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services to safeguard the public welfare; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell and
Starks-
HB 493-A bill to be entitled An act relating to milk and milk
products; amending s. 502.222, F.S.; providing for the confidentiality of
information relating to trade secrets; providing duties of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture and Consumer Services; providing an effective
date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell and
Harris-
HB 494-A bill to be entitled An act relating to plant industry;
amending s. 581.011, F.S.; clarifying the definition of"plants and plant
products"; amending s. 581.031, F.S.; providing for cooperative ar-
rangements for inspection and control and eradication purposes;
amending s. 581.182, F.S.; clarifying provisions relating to movement
of citrus plants and plant products; amending s. 581.185, F.S.;
requiring possession of a permit when transporting for the purpose of
sale, selling, or offering for sale certain plants harvested from one's
own property; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell and
B. L. Johnson-
HB 495-A bill to be entitled An act relating to boll weevils;
establishing the Florida Boll Weevil Eradication Law; providing
definitions; providing powers and duties of the Department of Agri-
culture and Consumer Services; providing authority of the department
to enter premises, carry out eradication activities, and make inspec-
tions; requiring certain reports from cotton growers; providing for the
quarantine and movement of regulated articles; regulating the collec-
tion, transportation, distribution, and movement of cotton; authorizing
cooperative programs; authorizing the department to designate eradi-
cation zones; providing for assessment of penalty fees against noncom-
plying cotton growers and for destruction of cotton grown in an
eradication zone under certain circumstances; providing authority to
regulate pasturage, entry of persons, and location of honeybee colonies
in eradication zones or certain other areas; providing for eligibility and
certification of a cotton growers' organization; providing for a referen-
dum among cotton growers respecting assessment of costs of boll
weevil suppression and eradication programs; providing for levy and
payment of assessments; providing for mandamus and injunction;
providing penalties; requiring the department to deposit certain
moneys received into the Plant Industry Trust Fund; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell and
Harris-
HB 496-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Commercial Feed Law; amending s. 580.051, F.S., expanding label



requirements to include certain minerals and exempting certain dating
requirements; amending s. 580.091, F.S., clarifying provisions relating



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chapter 86-128, Laws of Florida; extending for 1 year an excise tax on
citrus which is deposited in the Florida Citrus Canker Trust Fund;
revising said tax; providing effective dates.

Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
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to sampling of feeds exempted from inspection fees; providing for
payment of certain analysis fees out of the General Inspection Trust
Fund; providing procedure upon challenge of a microscopic determina-
tion; amending s. 580.131, F.S., providing penalty for failure to meet
certain guarantees; delaying the effective date of penalties for certain
violations relating to feeds and feedstuffs; conforming cross references;
amending s. 580.151, F.S., providing for per diem and travel expenses
for members of the Commercial Feed Technical Council; providing an
effective date.

Referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxation.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell and
Harris-

HB 497-A bill to be entitled An act relating to honeybees;
amending s. 570.32, F.S., providing authority for eradication and
control of honeybee pests and unwanted races of honeybees; amending
s. 586.10, F.S., revising cooperative arrangements pertaining to pest
control or eradication; amending s. 586.13, F.S., providing an option to
destruction of infested or infected regulated articles; providing an
effective date.

Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell,
C. F. Jones, Bronson-

HB 498-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Citrus
Code; amending s. 601.10, F.S.; providing additional powers of the
Department of Citrus; amending s. 601.15, F.S.; deleting a statutory
cross-reference; authorizing advance payment to vendors with respect
to advertising contracts; amending s. 601.154, F.S., modifying admin-
istrative committee membership to reflect current citrus districts;
amending s. 601.155, F.S., requiring proof for excise tax exemption;
amending ss. 601.74, 601.75, 601.76, and 601.77, F.S.; authorizing the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to make rules with
respect to the analysis of processing materials, the certification of dyes
and coloring matter for citrus fruit prior to use, information which
must be furnished by manufacturers of coloring matter for use on
citrus fruit, and for subsequent analysis of coloring matter and
inspection of packinghouses or other places where coloring matter is
applied; eliminating current statutory language with respect to such
matters; amending s. 601.78, F.S.; authorizing the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services to, by rule, require bonding with
respect to manufacturers of coloring matter used on citrus fruit;
amending s. 601.80, F.S.; providing clarifying language; repealing
s. 601.14, F.S., relating to transportation problems affecting citrus;
repealing s. 601.1515, F.S., relating to the Grapefruit Offshore Export
Indemnity Act; repealing s. 601.158, F.S., relating to an additional
citrus excise tax and the Citrus Harvesting Research and Development
Fund; repealing s. 601.159, F.S., relating to the Frozen Concentrated
Orange Juice Pooling Act; repealing s. 601.81, F.S., relating to
standards of oranges to be colored; repealing s. 601.9913 (8), F.S.,
deleting obsolete labeling language; repealing s. 601.9917, F.S., relat-
ing to products manufactured from citrus oil or citrus seed oil;
providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.

Referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxation.

By the Committee on Agriculture and Representatives Mitchell,
Bronson, C. F. Jones-

HB 499-A bill to be entitled An act relating to citrus; amending
s. 10 of chapter 85-283, Laws of Florida; removing the 1987 repeal of
s. 581.193, F.S., relating to an excise tax on citrus nursery stock, and
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By Representative Holland-
HB 500-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hardee County;
amending chapter 65-1607, Laws of Florida, as amended; authorizing
the Hospital District Board of Hardee County to transfer and convey
title to the capital facilities of Hardee Memorial Hospital to a nonprofit
corporation; providing for the dissolution of the hospital district board;
providing for the reestablishment of the hospital district board;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Health Care.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Harris-
HB 501-A bill to be entitled An act relating to consumer services;
amending s. 570.543, F.S., relating to the Florida Consumers' Council;
providing for the number and terms of council members; clarifying
council duties, call and conduct of council business, and provision of
support services; providing for inspection of records; saving s. 570.543,
F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Harris-
HB 502-A bill to be entitled An act relating to soil and water
conservation; amending s. 582.01, F.S.; adding a definition; amending
s. 582.06, F.S., relating to the Soil and Water Conservation Council;
providing for appointment and terms of members; providing for
conduct of business; providing for travel expenses of members;
redefining and clarifying the powers and duties of the council; saving
ss. 582.01 (3) (b) and 582.06, F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for
future review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Harris-
HB 503-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the marketing of
celery and sweet corn; repealing ss. 573.01-573.29, F.S., the Florida
Celery and Sweet Corn Marketing Law; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Guber-
HB 504-A bill to be entitled An act relating to exemptions from
debt; exempting individual retirement accounts from liability for
debts; providing exceptions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Rush-
HB 505--A bill to be entitled An act relating to limitations of
actions; amending s. 95.051, F.S.; adding, to the list of circumstances
which toll the running of time under statutes of limitations, minority
of the person entitled to sue; deleting, from the incompetency provision
in such list, the requirement that the incompetency be adjudicated;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Souto--
HB 506-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fraud; creating
s. 817.5635, F.S.; providing that it is unlawful for any person to sell,
purchase, or possess a substance he believes to be a controlled
substance although the substance is in fact not a controlled substance;



providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.



By Representative Friedman-
HB 507-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Silver-Haired
Legislature; providing an appropriation to the Department of Educa-
tion to fund the 1987 Silver-Haired Legislature; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Gutman-
HB 508-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; requiring
district school boards to establish rules to waive adult education fees
for certain state residents; limiting course participation for such
persons to a space-available basis; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12, Finance & Taxa-
tion, and Appropriations.

By Representative Harris-
HB 509-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Devil's Garden
Water Control District, created under the provisions of Chapter 298,
Florida Statutes; extending the boundaries of the District to include
described land in Hendry and Collier Counties, Florida; expanding the
power of the District to include the construction, financing and
maintenance of roads for ingress and egress to lands in the District, to
create units of improvement within the District, and to acquire,
construct, and maintain pumping stations, water control facilities,
levees and retention ponds for water control; providing that all lands
in the District receiving benefits shall be subject to the District Taxes
notwithstanding any previous provisions of law or court order;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representatives Metcalf and Gordon-
HB 510-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the acquisition of
correctional facilities; amending s. 944.10, F.S.; defining, for purposes
of acquiring correctional facilities to house state inmates, the term
"lease-purchase agreement"; requiring the approval of the Division of
Bond Finance of the Department of General Services before such
agreements may be entered into by the Division of Facilities Manage-
ment; providing that such agreements may be made automatically
renewable for a limited period subject to certain restrictions; prescrib-
ing terms and conditions of such agreements; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Corrections, Probation & Parole and
Appropriations.

By the Committee on Youth and Representative Reddick-
HB 511-A bill to be entitled An act relating to handicap
prevention; amending s. 411.103, F.S.; providing definitions; creating
s. 411.1071, F.S.; requiring the Department of Health and Rehabilita-
tive Services to establish a program providing foster grandparent
services and retired senior volunteer services to high-risk and
handicapped children; providing for contracts and contract funding;
providing for guidelines, monitoring, and evaluation; providing for
federal and state coordination in developing criteria and funding of
program; providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Lippman-
HB 512-A bill to be entitled An act relating to firefighters
standards and training; amending ss. 633.30, 633.31, and 633.35, F.S.,
relating to the Firefighters Standards and Training Council; reorga-
nizing sections and deleting obsolete language; repealing ss. 633.32
and 633.33, F.S., relating to organization and special powers of the



council; saving ss. 633.30 (4) and 633.31, F.S., from Sundown repeal;
providing for future review and repeal of ss. 633.30, 633.31, 633.34,



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633.35, 633.351, 633.353, and 633.38, F.S., relating to firefighter
standards and training; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Brown-
HB 513--A bill to be entitled An act relating to fire prevention and
safety; amending ss. 633.021, 633.511. 633.517, 633.521, 633.527,
633.534, and 633.549, F.S., relating to the Florida Fire Safety Board;
changing the board to a council and increasing membership thereof;
providing for initial appointment of new members; conforming sections
throughout; reorganizing and clarifying provisions; deleting obsolete
language; repealing s. 633.514, F.S., relating to board duties, meet-
ings, officers, quorum, compensation, and seal; saving s. 633.511, F.S.,
from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and repeal of
ss. 633.021 (1), 633.065, 633.071, 633.081, 633.162, 633.163, 633.171,
and 633.511, F.S., relating to fire prevention and safety; providing an
effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Transportation and Representative Burnsed-
HB 514-A bill to be entitled An act relating to traffic control;
amending s. 316.003, F.S.; defining "nonpublic-sector bus"; amending
s. 316.302, F.S.; providing safety rules and regulations for commercial
motor vehicles; providing exceptions; providing limitations on the
amount of time certain drivers may be on duty or drive; requiring
motor carriers to furnish time records to the Department of Transpor-
tation; providing that persons under a specified age may not operate
commercial motor vehicles; providing an exception; providing for the
inspection of commercial motor vehicles known or suspected to be
transporting hazardous materials; authorizing the Department of
Transportation to enter into cooperative agreements; creating
s. 316.3021, F.S.; providing for the enforcement of s. 316.302, F.S.;
designating those authorized to enforce such provisions; specifying
conditions under which such persons may stop a commercial motor
vehicle and require the inspection of such vehicle; providing proce-
dures for commercial motor vehicles found to be operating in an unsafe
condition; specifying procedure for citations issued; authorizing the
Department of Transportation to adopt necessary rules; creating
s. 316.3025, F.S.; providing penalties for violation of specified safety
regulations relating to commercial motor vehicles; providing for the
attachment of a lien and foreclosure proceedings against certain
commercial motor vehicle owners; providing for deposit of penalties;
providing for review of contested penalties; creating s. 316.3026, F.S.;
providing for injunctive relief; amending s. 316.545, F.S.; providing for
a Commercial Motor Vehicle Review Board within the Department of
Transportation and specifying the board's jurisdiction, membership,
and meetings; deleting an obsolete provision relating to enforcement of
safety, rules; amending s. 316.640, F.S.; giving the Department of
Transportation the authority to enforce certain traffic laws; amending
s. 316.655, F.S.; relating to penalties imposed pursuant to ch. 316, F.S.;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Friedman--
HB 515--A bill to be entitled An act relating to security of
communications; amending s. 934.03, F.S., requiring communications
common carriers to provide certain warning when intercepting or
monitoring a communication; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Science & Technology and Appro-
priations.

By Representative Rush--
HB 516-A bill to be entitled An act relating to lost or abandoned
property and unclaimed evidence; amending s. 705.01, F.S.; providing
definitions; deleting language with respect to county court judge



ordered sales; amending s. 705.02, F.S.; providing for reporting of lost
or abandoned property; providing a penalty; deleting provisions with



respect to method of ascertaining salvage; amending s. 705.03, F.S.;
providing a procedure with respect to lost or abandoned property;
deleting language with respect to disposition of proceeds of sale;
providing penalties; creating s. 705.041, F.S.; providing for title to lost
or abandoned property; amending s. 705.05, F.S.; providing a proce-
dure with respect to unclaimed evidence; deleting provisions requiring
the sheriff to report certain money received to the county court judge;
repealing s. 705.07, F.S., relating to failure of finder of derelict goods
to report goods; repealing s. 705.08, F.S., relating to the finder of
derelict goods appropriating such goods; repealing ss. 705.09, 705.10,
705.11, 705.12, 705.13, 705.14, 705.15, F.S., relating to the forfeiture
and disposition of seized goods; repealing s. 705.16, F.S., relating to
abandoned property and supplemental procedure for removal and
destruction of property; repealing s. 925.06, F.S., relating to sale or
destruction of unclaimed personal property in criminal proceedings;
repealing ss. 116.23, 116.24, 116.25, 116.26, 116.27, 116.28, 116.29,
116.30, 116.31, 116.32, F.S., relating to forfeiture of personal property
intended for use as evidence in the custody of the clerk of the circuit
court; repealing s. 715.01, F.S., relating to title to personal property
found in public places; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Drage-
HB 517-A bill to be entitled An act relating to environmental
education; amending s. 229.8055, F.S., clarifying language and pro-
viding additional duties of the Department of Education with respect
to the Florida Environmental Education Act; amending s. 229.8058,
F.S., increasing membership on and changing the title of the Council
on Environmental Education; modifying council duties; rescheduling
legislative review; creating the Interagency Environmental Education
Coordinating Council; providing membership, duties, and organization;
providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Grindle-
HB 518-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Commission on
Ethics; amending s. 112.322, F.S.; prescribing the duty of the commis-
sion to investigate violations of constitutional provisions relating to
ethics in government; empowering the commission to impose penalties
for violations of certain statutes; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Ethics & Elections and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Simon-
HB 519-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 231.261, F.S.; revising terms for members of the Educa-
tion Practices Commission; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Rudd-
HB 520-A bill to be entitled An act relating to adoption; creating
s. 63.0425, F.S.; providing that the court shall give first priority to
consideration of a grandparental adoption petition if the child has
already lived with, and developed a parental bond with, the grandpar-
ent; requiring that all provisions of ch. 63, F.S., be complied with,
including a preliminary placement study; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 521-A bill to be entitled An act relating to other track
wagering; providing definitions; providing for the issuance of other
track wagering licenses and permits; providing powers and duties of
licenses; providing for tax on handle; providing for duties of receiving
permitholders with respect to wagers; providing for takeout require-
ments; providing an effective date.



Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
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By the Committee on Community Affairs and Representatives C. F.
Jones, Locke, Bronson, Shelley, Jennings, Ascherl, Hanson, Goode,
Rudd, Holland, Tobiassen-
HB 522-A .bill to be entitled An act relating to emergency
telephone number "911"; amending s. 365.171, F.S.; requiring annual
approval of certain proposed fees by the Division of Communications of
the Department of General Services; providing procedure for collection
of recurring charges; providing a limitation; providing for return to
county of certain fees collected by telephone company; providing for
retention of certain fees; providing for audits and fee adjustments;
providing for report to the division; requiring telephone company to
provide to county certain information regarding delinquent subscrib-
ers; preserving telephone company from certain liability; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Arnold-
HB 523-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state park law
enforcement officers; amending s. 258.024, F.S.; providing that the
director of the Division of Recreation and Parks of the Department of
Natural Resources shall determine the number of park law enforce-
ment officers to be constituted police officers at each park site;
removing police powers from the director himself; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representatives Wetherell, Bell, Ascherl-
HB 524-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of Daytona
Beach; amending section 6 of chapter 65-1443, Laws of Florida,
providing for an increase in pensions for present retirants and
beneficiaries of the Police and Fire Department Pension Fund;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Retirement,
Personnel & Collective Bargaining.

By Representatives Arnold, Saunders, Drage, Gardner, Crotty-
HB 525-A bill to be entitled An act relating to saltwater fisheries;
amending s. 327.28, F.S., changing distribution of certain moneys in
the Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund; amending s. 370.01, F.S.,
defining "restricted species"; amending s. 370.06, F.S., requiring a
restricted species endorsement on a saltwater products license, for
certain purposes; providing restrictions on issuance of such endorse-
ment; providing exemptions; increasing saltwater products license fees;
prohibiting certain purchase of restricted species; requiring a saltwater
products license for certain harvest levels; amending s. 370.14, F.S.,
requiring a saltwater products license for certain harvest of crawfish;
decreasing the fee for use of traps, cans, drums, buoys, or similar
devices; providing a fee for certain harvest by any other method;
changing fee disposition; requiring certain display of licenses and trap
numbers; providing an appropriation from the Motorboat Revolving
Trust Fund to implement a trap retrieval program; providing a
retrieval fee; conditioning renewal of a trap number upon payment of
such fees; providing for waiver under certain circumstances; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Brown, Langton, Troxler, Bankhead, King,
Ogden, Crady--
HB 526-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of



Jacksonville; adding a new section 13.14 to article 13 of chapter
67-1320, Laws of Florida, as amended, to authorize the Duval County
School Board, at its option, to participate in the risk management
program operated and managed by the City of Jacksonville, under
certain circumstances; providing an effective date.



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By Representatives Brown, Langton, Troxler, Bankhead, King,
Ogden, Crady-
HB 534-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Civil Service
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Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Lippman-
HB 527-A bill to be entitled An act relating to organized crime;
amending s. 27.37, F.S., relating to the Council on Organized Crime;
saving s. 27.37, F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future review
and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Logan-
HR 528-A resolution expressing affection and gratitude to all
fathers.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative Logan-
HB 529-A bill to be entitled An act relating to justifiable use of
force; amending s. 776.05, F.S.; revising provisions relating to justifi-
able use of force by officers in making an arrest; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Lombard-
HB 530-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Board of Public
Schools of the Department of Education; repealing ss. 21-24, ch. 86-
225, Laws of Florida, which create and set forth the powers and duties
of the Board of Public Schools; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Lombard-
HB 531-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Local
Government Transportation Assistance Act; amending ss. 334.046 and
335.20, F.S.; revising purposes for which funds may be used under said
act; revising eligibility requirements for matching grants to local
governments under said act; providing for reimbursement to local
governments of the entire cost of certain projects under certain
conditions; providing authorized uses for such reimbursement; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representatives Woodruff and Banjanin-
HB 532-A bill to be entitled An act relating to marriage licenses;
creating s. 741.063, F.S., requiring premarital test for acquired
immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); conditioning issuance of mar-
riage license upon absence of said disease; providing procedures;
authorizing issuance of marriage license to certain infected persons;
providing confidentiality; providing for destruction of records; limiting
time license is valid; authorizing specified use of information; provid-
ing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 533--A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending s. 550.09, F.S., revising the tax on handle with
respect to certain dogracing permittees because of loss of handle due to
the state lottery; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
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69-1171, Laws of Florida, as amended; providing for co-pension
contributions of employees whose positions are funded by grants;
prohibiting the city from making payment for such contributions from
city funds; providing for the transfer to civil service status of any
employee of the City after three (3) years of service as a Grant
employee; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Retirement,
Personnel & Collective Bargaining.

By Representative Saunders-
HB 535-A bill to be entitled An act relating to court costs; creating
s. 57.106, F.S.; requiring the court to consider the services of legal
assistants when awarding attorneys' fees; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Garcia-
HB 536-A bill to be entitled An act relating to child abuse;
amending s. 827.01, F.S.; clarifying existing definitions and adding a
definition; amending s. 827.03, F.S.; providing that it is aggravated
child abuse, for which a second degree felony penalty is provided, if a
parent's unlawful use of a controlled substance causes a child to suffer
death or specified injury or pain; reenacting s. 415.505 (1) (h), F.S.,
relating to child protective investigations, to incorporate said amend-
ment in a reference; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative Hawkins-
HB 537-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation of
geophysical activities; creating s. 377.2409, F.S.; requiring that infor-
mation about geophysical activities be furnished to the Division of
Resource Management of the Department of Natural Resources;
providing for confidentiality of information; providing penalty for
wrongful disclosure; amending s. 377.24, F.S.; changing fee-setting
standards; requiring division approval for abandonment of wells;
amending s. 377.2424, F.S.; providing for confidentiality of permit
information given to counties and municipalities, for which there are
penalties for failure to comply; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Peeples-
HB 538-A bill to be entitled An act relating to contraband
forfeitures; amending s. 932.704, F.S.; allowing proceeds from contra-
band forfeiture sales to be expended for drug abuse education and
treatment purposes; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Goode-
HB 539-A bill to be entitled An act relating to municipal
annexation or contraction; amending s. 171.031, F.S.; defining "en-
clave"; creating s. 171.095, F.S.; providing for annexation of enclaves;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Goode-
HB 540-A bill to be entitled An act relating to municipal
annexation or contraction; amending s. 171.0413, F.S.; providing that
a referendum on annexation within the annexing municipality is
optional; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Abrams-
HB 541--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the district school



system; creating s. 230.2318, F.S.; requiring each school district to
implement a parental involvement program; providing intent and a



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providing legislative intent; providing for enforcement; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
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definition; providing program components; requiring district advisory
committee assistance in program development; providing duties;
requiring annual evaluation and reporting; providing for technical
assistance; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Rochlin-
HB 542-A bill to be entitled An act relating to long-term care;
amending s. 400.304, F.S., revising language with respect to the
composition of the State Nursing Home and Long-Term Care Facility
Ombudsman Council; amending s. 400.307, F.S., revising language
with respect to district nursing home and long-term care ombudsman
councils; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative Renke-
HB 543-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem taxation;
amending s. 196.012, F.S.; providing that certain property held for
investment purposes by an educational, literary, scientific, religious,
charitable, or governmental entity or organization is exempt; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Kelly-
HJR 544-A joint resolution proposing the creation of Section 17 of
Article VII of the State Constitution relating to taxation.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 545-A bill to be entitled An act relating to domestic vio-
lence; amending s. 741.30, F.S.; providing a cause of action for
injunctive relief to any family member or cohabitant who is being
victimized; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Cosgrove-
HJR 546-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 8
of Article V of the State Constitution relating to qualifications for
service of a justice or judge.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Metcalf and Gordon-
HB 547-A bill to be entitled An act relating to traffic infractions;
amending s. 318.14, F.S.; deleting a reference which specifies a
noncriminal infraction penalty for the offense of driving without a
valid driver's license; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representatives Lawson and Burnsed-
HB 548-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the sale of
fireworks; amending s. 791.01, F.S.; providing definitions; creating
s. 791.013, F.S.; providing for the testing and approval of sparklers;
providing penalties; creating s. 791.015, F.S.; providing for the regis-
tration of manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers of
sparklers; providing fees; amending s. 791.02, F.S.; providing that
sparklers for sale by retailers to the public be obtained only from
registered manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers; requiring
certain evidence of such purchases; providing for the exhibition of
certain registration certificates; amending s. 791.04, F.S.; requiring
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By Representative Metcalf-
HB 549-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; amending
s. 97.021, F.S.; providing definitions; amending s. 101.121, F.S.; pro-
viding for persons allowed in polling rooms; amending s. 101.131, F.S.;
allowing each political party and each candidate to have one watcher
in each polling room at any one time during an election; amending
s. 102.031, F.S.; adding the polling room, where the polling place is a
shopping center or mall, to the notice requirements for solicitation of
voters within 100 feet of any polling place; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Ethics & Elections.

By Representative Clark-
HR 550-A resolution recognizing the Dillard High School football
team for winning the Class "AAAA" State Football Championship.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Gonzalez-Quevedo-
HB 551-A bill to be entitled An act relating to aviation; amending
s. 332.007, F.S.; eliminating a restriction on state fund participation in
certain nonfederally funded public airport and aviation projects;
authorizing certain expenditures when federal funds are not available;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Saunders-
HCR 552-A concurrent resolution urging the Secretary of the
United States Department of the Interior to establish a coastal buffer
around the state.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By LAepresentatives Friedman, Logan, Gordon, Gonzalez-Quevedo-
HB 553-A bill to be entitled An act relating to corporate income
tax; creating s. 220.185, F.S.; allowing an annual credit against net
income tax for a housing contribution, as defined; providing for
carryover of credit from a previous year; providing for rulemaking;
placing a cap on the aggregate tax credits; creating s. 220.70, F.S.;
allowing a bank or savings association an annual credit against the
franchise tax for a housing contribution; providing for carryover of
credit from a previous year; placing a cap on the annual tax credit for a
bank or savings association; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Housing, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Brown-
HB 554-A bill to be entitled An act relating to scholarships;
establishing the "Ronald E. McNair Memorial Scholarship Program";
providing for eligibility criteria; providing for administration by the
Department of Education; providing for a trust fund; specifying a
maximum amount for each annual award; requiring unused award
moneys to be returned to the trust fund; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Grindle-
HB 555-A bill to be entitled An act relating to loss prevention;
amending s. 284.50, F.S.; providing for reporting responsibilities of
department heads; providing for alternate representation on the
Interagency Advisory Council on Loss Prevention; providing for
reporting of department attendance at council meetings and for
explanation of absences; specifying annual report contents; saving



s. 284.50 (2), F.S., relating to the Interagency Advisory Council on
Loss Prevention, from Sundown repeal; providing for future review and
repeal; providing an effective date.
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By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Harris-
HB 556-A bill to be entitled An act relating to agriculture;
amending s. 570.02, F.S., deleting the definition of "council"; clarifying
the definition of "agriculture"; amending s. 570.23, F.S., relating to the
State Agricultural Advisory Council; providing for appointment and
terms of members and alternates; providing for ex officio members;
providing powers and duties of the council; providing for conduct of
council business; providing for travel expenses of members; repealing
ss. 570.24, 570.25, 570.26, 570.27, and 570.28, F.S., relating to council
organization, powers and duties, ex officio members, compensation,
and clerical help and space; saving s. 570.23, F.S., from Sundown
repeal; providing for future review and repeal; providing an effective
date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Young-
HB 557-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state government;
creating a Department of Elderly Affairs; providing for appointment of
a Secretary of Elderly Affairs; providing powers and duties of
department; repealing s. 20.19 (4) (a) 2.d., F.S., abolishing the Aging
and Adult Services Program Office of the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services; amending ss. 410.30 and 415.106, F.S., to
conform; transferring powers, duties, and appropriations of the Aging
and Adult Services Program Office to the Department of Elderly
Affairs; providing an appropriation to the department; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Young-
HB 558-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cooperatives;
amending s. 719.401, F.S., prohibiting escalation clauses in certain
types of leases and prohibiting enforcement thereof as against public
policy, without regard to the date of execution or recordation of such
leases; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Kelly-
HB 559-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical examiners;
amending s. 406.02, F.S., relating to the Medical Examiners Commis-
sion; restricting physician membership; providing for staggered terms;
amending s. 406.06, F.S., relating to district medical examiners;
removing obsolete language; deleting provisions relating to removal or
suspension; authorizing compensation; clarifying authority to engage
in private practice; creating s. 406.075, F.S., providing disciplinary
grounds and proceedings; amending s. 406.08, F.S., providing for
autopsy and laboratory facilities; amending s. 406.17, F.S., deleting
provisions relating to conflicting laws; repealing s. 406.07, F.S.,
relating to compensation of medical examiners; repealing s. 406.10,
F.S., relating to autopsy and laboratory facilities; saving ss. 406.02,
406.03, 406.04, and 406.05, F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for
future review and repeal of chapter 406, F.S.; providing an effective
date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representatives
Lippman and Gordon-
HB 560--A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal justice
standards and training; amending s. 943.13, F.S.; clarifying that
commission of any felony makes one ineligible for employment or
appointment as an officer; amending s. 943.1395, F.S.; providing



penalties for failure to maintain good moral character; amending
s. 943.25, F.S.; making a technical change; amending s. 318.21, F.S., to
correct a cross-reference; saving ss. 943.085 (3), 943.10 (5), 943.11,
943.12, 943.13, 943.131, 943.133, 943.135, 943.137, 943.139, 943.1395,
943.14, 943.16, 943.17, 943.171, 943.173, 943.175, 943.18, 943.19,









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943.22, and 943.25, F.S., from Sundown repeal; providing for future
review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Gardner-
HB 561-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Motor
Vehicle Repair Act; amending s. 559.917, F.S.; requiring customers
who seek a bond for release of a motor vehicle held by a motor vehicle
repair shop to certify that certain charges are accurate and correct;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Saunders-
HB 562-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Coral
Reefs Restoration Trust Fund Act; amending s. 370.116, F.S.; defining
the term "other rare natural resources"; including other rare natural
resources within the act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Tobiassen-
HB 563-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fire prevention and
control; amending s. 553.79, F.S.; requiring the review of construction
plans for compliance with the State Minimum Building Codes and
applicable firesafety standards; amending s. 633.081, F.S.; requiring
local government to employ or contract with firesafety inspectors;
providing for a schedule of fees; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ascherl, Bainter, Bell, Wetherell-
HB 564-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Volusia County;
creating the "City of Deltona Lakes Charter"; providing legislative
intent; establishing the City of Deltona Lakes; providing municipal
powers; providing for election of a City Commission, and providing for
membership, qualifications, terms, and powers and duties of its
members, including the Mayor; providing for a Vice Mayor; providing
for compensation and expenses; providing general powers; providing
circumstances resulting in vacancy in office; providing grounds for
forfeiture and suspension; providing for filling of vacancies; providing
for meetings; providing for keeping of records; providing for adoption,
recording, and distribution of technical codes; providing a limitation
upon employment of Commissioners; prohibiting certain interference
with City employees, which shall constitute malfeasance in office;
establishing the fiscal year, providing for adoption of annual budget,
and providing for increase, reduction, and transfer of appropriations;
providing for appointment of City Manager and City Attorney;
providing for removal, compensation, and filling of vacancies; provid-
ing qualifications and powers and duties; providing for nonpartisan
elections and for matters relative thereto; providing for recall;
providing a transitional schedule and procedures for first election;
providing for early assumption of duties; providing for first-year
expenses; providing for adoption of transitional ordinances, resolu-
tions, comprehensive plan, and land use regulations; providing for
accelerated entitlement to state-shared revenues; providing for disso-
lution of the Deltona Fire District and for transfer of its assets and
liabilities; providing for continuation of personnel and services;
providing that district board members shall function as a City advisory
board until expiration of their terms; providing for dissolution of the
Deltona Municipal Services District and for transfer of its assets and
liabilities; providing land descriptions of the City and its districts;
providing for future amendment of the Charter; providing for stan-
dards of conduct in office; providing for severability; repealing
chapter 69-1707, Laws of Florida, as amended, relating to the Deltona
Fire District; providing for referendum approval; providing effective



dates.
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certain documents relating to the amount of consideration paid for an
interest in real property does not impair the validity of the deed;
providing an effective date.
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By Representatives Metcalf and Gordon-
HB 565-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health insurance;
creating s. 627.6417, F.S.; requiring individual health insurers to offer
optional coverage for mental and nervous disorders; specifying bene-
fits; providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representative Abrams-
HB 566-A bill to be entitled An act relating to securities
transactions; amending s. 48.151, F.S.; expanding the Comptroller's
responsibility as an agent for service of process with respect to
violations of ch. 517, F.S., relating to securities transactions; amending
s. 517.021, F.S.; excluding certain persons from the definition of the
term "dealer"; amending s. 517.082, F.S.; authorizing the registration
of certain securities filed under the Investment Company Act of 1940;
deleting restrictions on the registration of securities due to the
commission of reportable acts; amending s. 517.161, F.S.; providing
grounds for the revocation, denial, or suspension of the registration of
a dealer, investment adviser, associated person, or branch office;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Troxler-
HB 567-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sports programs
conducted by nonprofit associations; prescribing the standard of care
owed to participants and spectators of such programs, and others, by a
nonprofit association, its officers, employees, and certain volunteers;
providing exceptions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Metcalf-
HB 568-A bill to be entitled An act relating to incompetent or
mentally ill persons; amending ss. 65.061, 86.041, 90.602, 620.715,
660.41, 790.17, 849.04, 913.03, 941.38, 941.39, 941.40, 941.41, 941.42,
and 945.12, F.S., changing statutory usages relating to mental
impairment; repealing s. 1.01 (5), F.S., eliminating the general defini-
tion of the terms "lunatic," "insane persons," and like terms within the
statutes; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Lombard-
HB 569-A bill to be entitled An act relating to excise tax on
documents; amending s. 201.022, F.S.; exempting political subdivi-
sions, municipalities, and state agencies from the requirement of filing
a return stating the consideration paid as a condition precedent to
recording of a deed under certain circumstances; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Lewis--
HB 570-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county courts;
amending s. 34.01, F.S., increasing the jurisdictional amount of county
courts; providing a specified jurisdiction for certain small claim
divisions or dockets; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Titone-
HB 571-A bill to be entitled An act relating to recorded documents;
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By Representative Titone-
HB 572-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mineral reserva-
tions in former state lands; amending s. 270.11, F.S.; releasing, with
respect to certain parcels of property, the state's right of entry in
respect to any interest in phosphate, minerals, and metals or
petroleum; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

HB 573--Withdrawn

By Representative Crady-
HB 574-A bill to be entitled An act relating to soil and water
conservation districts; amending s. 582.18, F.S., limiting service of
persons appointed to fill vacancies; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By the Committee on Housing and Representatives Jamerson,
Goode, Martin, Friedman-
HB 575-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the homeless;
creating s. 420.621, F.S.; providing definitions; creating s. 420.623,
F.S.; providing for establishment of local coalitions for delivery of
services to the homeless; providing functions; providing for develop-
ment of guidelines by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services; creating s. 420.625, F.S.; providing legislative findings and
intent; providing purpose; providing for establishment of a grant-in-aid
program to help local communities serve the homeless; providing for
allocation of grant funds to department districts; providing for
distribution of funds to local agencies; providing for evaluation of
spending plans; providing for local matching funds; creating
s. 420.627, F.S.; providing legislative findings; providing a definition;
providing for establishment of an emergency financial assistance
program for needy families; providing for development of criteria;
providing for administration of program; creating s. 409.2351, F.S.;
providing for short-term emergency financial assistance for housing;
providing appropriations; providing for review and repeal; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Shelley-
HB 576-A bill to be entitled An act relating to firefighters;
amending s. 843.08, F.S.; providing that whoever falsely assumes or
pretends to be a firefighter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first
degree; providing a penalty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 577-A bill to be entitled An act relating to hunting; amending
s. 372.57, F.S., providing separate nonresident hunting license fees
with respect to residents of certain states contiguous to Florida;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Souto--
HB 578-A bill to be entitled An act relating to controlled
substances; amending ss. 817.563 and 831.31, F.S.; excluding law
enforcement officers acting in their official capacities from the
prohibition against certain transactions relating to controlled sub-
stances and counterfeit controlled substances; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

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HB 579-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drug abuse
prevention and control; creating s. 893.136, F.S., providing that it is
unlawful to enter or remain on the premises where a violation of the
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occurring with the intent of committing or participating in the
commission of a violation; providing for a rebuttable presumption;
providing a penalty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Souto-
HB 580-A bill to be entitled An act relating to controlled
substances; adding a new section to chapter 893, F.S.; imposing a
$500,000 fine upon any carrier found guilty of unlawfully transporting
controlled substances; providing a definition; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Hodges-
HB 581-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of Cross
City, Dixie County; amending section 22 of chapter 59-1197, Laws of
Florida, increasing terms of office of mayor, councilmen, and clerk;
providing for a referendum.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Press-
HB 582-A bill to be entitled An act relating to onsite sewage
disposal; providing definitions; providing for the registration of septic
tank contractors with the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services; providing for the administration of the act; providing for
certification qualifications; providing for examinations; providing for
the suspension or revocation of certification; providing for fees;
providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative C. F. Jones-
HB 583--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Institute
of Phosphate Research; amending s. 378.101, F.S.; revising the compo-
sition of the board of dirt-tors of the institute; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representatives Garcia, Arnold, Troxler, Morse, Grindle, Frishe,
Irvine, Canady, Webster, Diaz-Balart, Carlton, Starks, Banjanin,
Sanderson-
HB 584-A bill to be entitled An act relating to termination of
pregnancies; amending s. 390.001, F.S., providing that unless other-
wise provided by rule of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services, fetal remains may only be disposed of by interment,
cremation, or incineration; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services.

By Representative Burke-
HB 585-A bill to be entitled An act relating to electric devices;
creating s. 768.123, F.S.; establishing a defense to civil liability for
injuries sustained by criminals, during commission of forcible felonies,
as a result of properly installed devices to protect dwellings or places of
business; providing evidentiary and procedural standards; creating
s. 776.032, F.S.; providing standards for proper use of such devices and
penalties for improper use; creating s. 782.032, F.S., providing that
homicide by means of properly used electric or electronic devices is
excusable homicide; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representatives Burke and R.C. Johnson-



HB 586-A bill to be entitled An act relating to civil liability;
establishing a defense to civil liability for injuries sustained by
criminals during the commission of forcible felonies; providing eviden-
tiary and procedural standards; providing an effective date.
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By Representative Burke-
HB 587-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the obstruction of
public streets, highways, and roads; amending ss. 316.2045, 316.655,
F.S.; prohibiting such obstruction in order to solicit under certain
circumstances; providing a penalty; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representative Burke-
HB 588-A bill to be entitled An act relating to child abuse;
amending ss. 110.1127, 393.0655, 394.457, 396.0425, 397.0715,
402.305, and 409.175, F.S.; authorizing exemptions to persons convict-
ed of certain felonies from disqualification from certain employment as
a state employee, caretaker, mental health employee, alcohol treat-
ment resource employee, drug abuse treatment resource employee,
child care facility employee, or employee of a family foster home,
residential child-caring agency, or child-placing agency; providing that
a pardon shall not have the effect of removing the disqualification
under certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Crotty-
HB 589-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cremation;
amending s. 470.0255, F.S., providing that the authorized procedures
for the disposition of cremated remains apply retrospectively to
remains cremated prior to October 1, 1986; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representative Crotty-
HB 590-A bill to be entitled An act relating to investigative and
patrol services; amending s. 493.30, F.S., defining the term "convic-
tion"; amending s. 493.301, F.S., providing that certain state law
governing investigative and patrol services does not apply to unarmed
repossessors; amending s. 493.319, F.S., providing clarifying language
with respect to grounds for disciplinary action; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representatives Peeples and Arnold-
HB 591-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the East County
Water Control District, Lee and Hendry counties; increasing the
membership of the board of supervisors; creating two subdistricts
within the district and providing different methods of election for
board members from each subdistrict; providing duties of board
members from each subdistrict; providing for subdistrict budgets, tax
levies, and payment of debts; providing for severability; providing an
effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By the Committee on Youth and Representative Reddick-
HB 592-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; providing
for the planning and implementation of full school utilization pro-
grams; providing definitions; providing contents of plan; providing
grant application and award procedures; providing program monitor-
ing and evaluation; providing for rules; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representatives Frankel and Gordon-
HB 593-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health-related
services; making interference with access to legal health-related
services unlawful; providing to individuals, health-related services
providers, and the state a civil cause of action for injunctive relief and



Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Ogden-
HB 594-A bill to be entitled An act directing the Board of Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund to release a certain lien it
holds on lands of the Jacksonville Port Authority and waiving the
requirement of the lien agreement that the port authority pay certain
income it receives to the state until the lien is satisfied; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Lawson, Lippman, Patchett-
HB 595-A bill to be entitled An act relating to group health
insurance; creating s. 627.6617, F.S.; requiring certain group health
insurance policies to provide coverage for home health care services;
providing conditions; providing an exception; providing for review and
repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representative Lawson-
HB 596-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 232.26, F.S.; authorizing, rather than requiring, a district
school board to immediately expel a student adjudicated guilty of a
felony; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Ascherl-
HB 597-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Security
for Public Deposits Act; amending s. 280.02, F.S., providing defini-
tions; amending s. 280.03, F.S., revising language with respect to
public deposits to be secured; providing exceptions; amending
s. 280.04, F.S., revising language with respect to collateral for public
deposits; repealing s. 280.043, F.S., relating to required collateral if
contingent liability is prohibited or inadequate; amending s. 280.05,
F.S., providing additional powers of the Treasurer with respect to
public deposits; creating s. 280.051, F.S., providing grounds for the
suspension or disqualification of a qualified public depository; creating
s. 280.052, F.S., providing a procedure for the order of suspension or
disqualification; creating s. 280.053, F.S., providing for the period of
suspension or disqualification; providing for obligations during the
period; providing for reinstatement; creating s. 280.054, F.S., providing
for administrative penalty in lieu of suspension or disqualification;
creating s. 280.055, F.S., providing for cease and desist orders,
corrective orders, and administrative penalties; creating s. 280.06,
F.S., providing penalties; amending s. 280.07, F.S., relating to mutual
responsibility to exempt insolvent qualified public depositories;
amending s. 280.08, F.S., providing clarifying language with respect to
the procedure for the payment of losses; creating s. 280.085, F.S.,
providing for notice to claimants; amending s. 280.09, F.S., relating to
public deposit security trust fund, correcting a cross-reference; amend-
ing s. 280.10, F.S., providing for the effect of a merger or acquisition;
amending s. 280.11, F.S., providing clarifying language with respect to
notice of withdrawal; amending s. 280.13, F.S., relating to collateral
eligible for pledge by banks; amending s. 280.14, F.S., relating to
collateral eligible for pledge by savings associations; amending
s. 280.16, F.S., relating to reports of public depositories; creating
s. 280.17, F.S., providing requirements for public depositors; amending
s. 280.18, F.S., relating to liability of public depositors and the state;
creating s. 280.21, F.S., creating a Security for Public Deposits Task
Force; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Bainter-
HJR 598-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 6
of Article VII of the State Constitution relating to homestead
exemption.



damages, including court costs and attorney's fees; providing defini-
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By Representative Troxler-
HB 599-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the "Unemployment
Compensation Law"; amending s. 443.036, F.S., defining the term
"employee leasing company" and redefining the term "employment";
amending s. 443.131, F.S., exempting employee leasing companies
from certain provisions relating to contribution rates based on benefit
experience; amending s. 443.141, F.S., providing that if an employee
leasing company fails to pay state contributions and provide state
employee wage reports within a certain time period it shall be the
individual client's responsibility; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerc-

By Representative Hanson-
HB 600-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mechanics' liens;
amending s. 713.02, F.S.; providing an exemption; amending
s. 713.135, F.S.; requiring certain authorities to provide copies of
notices of commencement; amending s. 713.24, F.S.; increasing amount
of bond required for the transfer of certain liens; repealing
s. 713.13 (2), F.S., which provides that failure to commence an
improvement within a specified time voids the notice of commence-
ment; repealing s. 713.37, F.S., relating to statutory interpretation;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Thomas-
HB 601-A bill to be entitled An act relating to records of residents
of nursing home facilities; requiring nursing homes and related health
care facilities to provide a copy of certain records of a current or former
resident to the resident's spouse or guardian; providing that such
records shall not be considered part of a deceased resident's estate for
purposes of availability; providing that a facility may charge a fee for
copying such records; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Tobiassen and Banjanin-
HB 602-A bill to be entitled An act relating to construction
contracts; amending s. 255.29, F.S., directing the Department of
General Services to document certain matters when competitive
bidding is not used for awarding a state agency construction project;
providing that such awards shall be subject to review and challenge;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Gordon-
HB 603-A bill to be entitled An act relating to community alcohol
and mental health services; amending s. 394.76, F.S., exempting the
state and federal financial participation portion of Medicaid earnings
from required local matching funds; prohibiting the use of such
earnings as required local matching funds; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Langton and Bloom--
HB 604-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Retirement System; amending s. 121.071, F.S.; increasing the rate of
employer contributions with respect to members of the special risk
class of the system; amending s. 121.091, F.S.; increasing the monthly
retirement benefit with respect to special risk service; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective



Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representatives Arnold, Canady, Sanderson, Morse, Diaz-Balart,
Troxler, Irvine, Webster, Carlton, Martinez, Garcia, Starks, Banjanin,
Grindle-



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reshoring documents within a list of required items for the issuance of
certain building permits; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
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HB 605-A bill to be entitled An act relating to termination of
pregnancies; amending s. 390.001, F.S.; providing that a minor may
have a termination-of-pregnancy procedure performed on her without
parental consent if a court determines that she is sufficiently mature
to give an informed consent to the procedure; prescribes procedure for
such proceedings and for appeal therefrom; providing for confidential-
ity of such proceedings; requiring a physician to give the husband of a
woman considering a termination of pregnancy notice of the proposed
procedure if the husband is the father of the fetus; providing that
notice of a proposed termination of pregnancy need not be given to a
husband of a woman considering such procedure if he is not the father
of the fetus; providing that the physician may rely on the wife's
statement that the husband is not the father of the fetus; prohibiting
the use of a live embryo for experimental purposes except under
certain circumstances; providing penalties; amending s. 390.002, F.S.;
requiring that a report of a termination of pregnancy must be filed
with the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services by the
medical facility or physician within a certain time; authorizing the
department to require additional information in such reports; pre-
scribing penalties relating to such reports; creating s. 382.52, F.S.;
providing for maintenance of such reports by the department in a
specified manner; providing for confidentiality of such reports; pre-
scribing penalties relating to such reports; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Hill and Messersmith-
HB 606-A bill to be entitled An act relating to local government;
amending s. 125.01, F.S.; authorizing counties to establish municipal
service taxing units which include municipalities or portions thereof to
provide fire control and rescue services; authorizing the levy of
charges, assessments, or taxes therein; providing procedures and
requirements; providing procedures for removal of a municipality or
portion thereof from such unit; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Rochlin-
HB 607-A bill to be entitled An act relating to occupational health
and safety; amending s. 442.102, F.S., including occupational health
nurses within the definition of "health professional" in provisions
regulating toxic substances in the work place; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representative Bainter-
HJR 608-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 22
of Article I of the State Constitution relating to trial by jury.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Mackenzie--
HB 609-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state uniform traffic
control; amending s. 316.189, F.S., authorizing municipalities to set
certain maximum speed limits in residence districts; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representative Gardner-
HB 610-A bill to be entitled An act relating to building construc-
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By Representative Troxler-
HB 611-A bill to be entitled An act relating to boiler safety;
creating the Boiler Safety Act; providing for regulation of boiler safety
by the Department of Insurance; providing definitions; providing for
adoption of a State Boiler Code; requiring inspections; providing for a
chief inspector, deputy inspectors, and special inspectors; requiring
certificates of inspection; providing for suspension and revocation;
providing fees; providing for certification examinations; prohibiting
certain acts; providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Rochlin-
HB 612-A bill to be entitled An act relating to contraband;
amending s. 932.704, F.S.; providing that certain money and currency
seized pursuant to the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act shall be
deposited in the Drug Rehabilitation Trust Fund of the county in
which such money and currency was seized to be used for the purpose
of drug rehabilitation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representatives Carlton, Silver, Sansom-
HB 613-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem taxation;
amending ss. 192.001 and 192.037, F.S.; revising provisions relating to
ad valorem taxes and special assessments on fee time-share real
property; providing for assessment; providing for payment; authorizing
the managing entity to advance funds; providing for enforcement and
collection of delinquent amounts; specifying the managing entity's
liability to time-share owners; repealing s. 197.472 (8), F.S., which
provides an exemption from provisions relating to redemption of a
portion of a tax certificate for collections made with respect to
time-share property; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Patchett-
HB 614-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Brevard County;
creating the Brevard Police Testing and Certification Center at
Brevard Community College; setting forth the purpose, powers, duties,
structure and organization of the center; providing that the center
shall establish and undertake standardized screening, testing, exami-
nation, and investigation of applicants for law enforcement positions in
law enforcement agencies in Brevard County; providing for funding of
the center through the assessment of an additional court cost of $3
against every person convicted of a violation of a criminal statute,
ordinance, or traffic offense in Brevard County; providing for addi-
tional funding of the center through user fees, donations, and grants;
providing for budgeting requirements; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives R. C. Johnson, Grindle, Press-
HB 615-A bill to be entitled An act relating to judgments;
amending s. 55.10, F.S.; providing that a judgment, order or decree
shall be a lien for a specified period of time; providing for extension of
such time; providing for prospective and retrospective operation;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative R. C. Johnson-
HB 616-A bill to be entitled An act relating to diving; providing
definitions; providing immunity from liability to dive operators for
certain injuries to divers; requiring dive operators to post notice;



providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.



By Representative Wallace-
HB 617-A bill to be entitled An act relating to guardianship;
amending s. 744.441, F.S., increasing the powers of the guardian upon
court approval; amending s. 744.457, F.S., providing for the convey-
ance or release of certain property rights; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Canady-
HB 618-A bill to be entitled An act relating to real estate brokers;
amending s. 475.011, F.S., providing an exemption for activities in
connection with the referral of certain prospects; providing a limitation
on the exemption; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Grindle-
HB 619-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance;
amending s. 627.653, F.S.; authorizing employees of more than one
employer to be insured as a single employee group under certain
circumstances; amending s. 627.657, F.S.; providing that group health
policies covering certain employee groups are not required to comply
with specified requirements regarding inclusions and coverage; creat-
ing s. 641.3055, F.S.; authorizing health maintenance organizations to
offer certain groups of subscribers a health maintenance contract that
does not include minimum required services and coverage; providing
for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representatives Ostrau, Glickman, Dunbar-
HB 620-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Mobile
Home Act; amending s. 723.006, F.S., relating to powers and duties of
the Division of Florida Land Sales, Condominiums and Mobile Homes
of the Department of Business Regulation; amending s. 723.007, F.S.,
relating to the annual fee for each mobile home lot; amending
s. 723.022, F.S., requiring mobile home park owners to enforce the
park rules and regulations; amending s. 723.071, F.S., relating to the
sale of mobile home parks; amending s. 723.072, F.S., to conform;
repealing s. 723.061 (2) (e), F.S., relating to procedures governing
eviction for change of land use; providing effective dates.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Mitchell-
HB 621-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Washington County;
authorizing the Board of County Commissioners of said county, acting
in conjunction with the Washington County Hospital Board of
Trustees, to enter into management agreements with and to lease or
sell the Washington County Hospital to either a nonprofit entity or a
for profit business entity; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Health Care.

By Representative Shelley-
HB 622-A bill to be entitled An act relating to abandoned property;
amending s. 705.16, F.S.; reducing the time period after which certain
property abandoned upon public property of a local government may be
removed and destroyed by the local government having jurisdiction;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representatives Patchett, Sansom, Sample, Dunbar, R.nke,
Bankhead, Souto, Frishe, Harden, Troxler, Stone, Bainter, Irvine,
Shelley, Simone, Webster, Mortham, Garcia, Rehm, Thomas-
HB 623-SF-A bill to be entitled A proposal relating to Legislative



Government in the Sunshine.
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By Representative Saunders--
HB 624-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the tourist impact
tax in areas of critical state concern; amending s. 125.0108, F.S.;
redefining the taxable privileges subject to said tax; revising the
requirement for approval by referendum; providing for repeal of the
tax after the area of critical state concern designation is removed;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Finance
& Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Metcalf-
HB 625-A bill to be entitled An act relating to personnel of the
district school system; amending s. 29 of chapter 86-225, Laws of
Florida; changing the effective date of provisions which expand the
eligibility to participate in the Student Loan Forgiveness Program to
persons certified to teach pursuant to applicable certification require-
ments; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representative Hawkins--
HB 626-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Collier County;
expressing the purpose of the act; repealing chapter 57-1242, Laws of
Florida, as amended, which authorizes the board of county commission-
ers to pave certain roads upon petition by a certain percent of abutting
landowners and providing for special assessments against said owners;
repealing chapter 67-1236, Laws of Florida, which provides a method
to pave or improve roads and streets and a method of assessing
specially benefited adjoining properties to defray the costs thereof;
providing for severability; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By the Committee on International Trade & Economic Development
and Representative Bass--
HB 627-A bill to be entitled An act relating to historic preserva-
tion; amending s. 267.0612, F.S., relating to the Historic Preservation
Advisory Council, increasing the number of members of such council;
providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representative Gonzalez-Quevedo-
HR 628-A resolution commending Coral Gables Senior High School
for successfully striving toward excellence.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Hawkins--
HB 629-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Little Hickory,
Bonita Shores Fire Control District; amending section 2 of chapter 67-
1243, Laws of Florida, to provide that district board members shall be
residents of the district; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Hawkins--
HB 630--A bill to be entitled An act relating to Collier County;
providing specified authority with respect to the duties of the property
appraiser; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.



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By Representatives Wetherell and Bell-
HB 631-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities; amending s. 235.41, F.S.; requiring the Commissioner of
Education, in consultation with the legislative appropriations commit-



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tees, to provide annually to the State Board of Community Colleges
and the Board of Regents an estimate of funds to be utilized by the
boards in developing their 3-year priority lists; amending s. 235.435,
F.S.; providing certain restrictions on the inclusion of certain projects
on 3-year priority lists; providing for the carrying forward of certain
unfunded projects on such lists; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Higher Education and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Glickman-
HB 632-A bill to be entitled An act relating to "The Florida Health
Care Responsibility Act;" amending s. 154.304, F.S., redefining the
term "certified indigent patient"; amending s. 154.306, F.S., revising
language with respect to a county's financial responsibility for each of
its resident certified indigent patients; repealing s. 154.316, F.S.,
relating to admission of indigent patients; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Thomas-
HB 633-A bill to be entitled An act relating to users of
radiation-emitting equipment; amending s. 468.301, F.S.; redefining
the term "direct supervision" for purposes of the Radiologic Technolo-
gist Certification Act; amending s. 468.302, F.S.; providing a profes-
sional title for persons certified as photon absorptiometer operators;
requiring such operators to use bone mineral analyzers with a sealed
source of radioactive material; amending s. 468.304, F.S.; providing
requirements for certification of such operators; amending s. 468.306,
F.S.; specifying subjects to be included in certain radiologic technology
certification examinations; amending s. 468.307, F.S.; providing for
temporary certification of photon absorptiometer operators; repealing
s. 468.308, F.S., relating to transitory certification provisions; provid-
ing for certification without examination for certain operators; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Liberti-
HB 634-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the administration
of environmental functions; creating the Department of Environmental
and Resource Management; providing for the head of the department;
establishing divisions within the department, including a division to
coordinate the various water management districts in the management
of water as a state resource; transferring the Department of Natural
Resources, the Department of Environmental Regulation, including
the Environmental Regulation Commission, and the Division of
Forestry of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to
the new department; providing for the appointment of assistant
executive directors; repealing ss. 20.14 (2) (f), 20.25, and 20.261, F.S.,
relating to the Division of Forestry, the Department of Natural
Resources, and the Department of Environmental Regulation; provid-
ing for the preparation of a reviser's bill to conform to organizational
changes; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Thomas-
HB 635--A bill to be entitled An act relating to acquired immune
deficiency syndrome (AIDS); creating s. 384.311, F.S.; requiring cer-
tain hospital patients to be tested for exposure to such virus; creating
s. 741.061, F.S.; providing that persons applying for a license to marry
be tested for exposure to such virus and be notified of the results of
such tests; providing requirements for a laboratory report; providing
for approval of a premarital acquired immune deficiency syndrome
serological test by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative



Services; providing that the department may use test information for
the protection of the public health; providing for the confidentiality of
premarital serological tests; providing penalties for divulging test
results and for certain misrepresentations; providing an effective date.
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By the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargain-
ing and Representative Martinez-
HB 636-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retirement;
amending s. 17.26, F.S., permitting retirees of the state-administered
retirement systems to have expired retirement warrants honored
under certain circumstances; amending s. 121.021, F.S., clarifying the
definition of "past service," clarifying the definition of "prior service,"
reenacting language on "normal retirement," and defining "termina-
tion of employment"; amending s. 121.031, F.S., requiring actuarial
reviews of the Florida Retirement System to be presented to the
Legislature by a certain date; amending s. 121.0515, F.S., permitting
former members of the Highway Patrol Pension System to receive
special risk credit for prior service; amending s. 121.081, F.S., to
require the purchase of past service credit at the contribution rate in
effect at the time the service was earned; deleting the 12 continuous
month reemployment provision for certain prior service; revising the
contribution rate for the purchase of certain prior service; amending
s. 121.091, F.S., providing that benefits will not be paid under the
Florida Retirement System until a member has terminated employ-
ment; revising the criteria for eligibility to qualify for disability
benefits; providing the State Retirement Commission with standards of
proof for disability retirement; revising the contribution rate for
purchase by a spouse of a deceased member's refunded service;
amending s. 121.121, F.S., providing new limitations for authorized
leaves of absence; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Meffert-
HB 637-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Safety
Belt Law; amending s. 316.614, F.S., exempting motor vehicles
operated by rural letter carriers of the United States Postal Service
under certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representative Martin-
HB 638-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use,
and other transactions; amending s. 212.08, F.S.; including certain
nonprofit newspapers as "educational institutions" for exemption
purposes; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Starks-
HB 639-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Florida Seed Law;
amending s. 578.011, F.S., modifying definitions; amending s. 578.08,
F.S., clarifying application of registration requirements; modifying an
exemption; amending s. 578.181, F.S., providing additional penalties;
amending s. 578.23, F.S., requiring recordkeeping by certain persons;
amending s. 578.26, F.S., increasing time for filing the answer to a
complaint; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Agriculture, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Starks--
HB 640-A bill to be entitled An act relating to law enforcement
officers; amending ss. 534.081, 570.15, and 570.151, F.S.; redesignating
road guard inspection special officers as road guard law enforcement
officers and extending certain arrest authority thereof; amending
ss. 784.07, 843.01, 843.02, and 843.08, F.S.; providing a uniform
definition of law enforcement officers relating to assault and battery,
resisting arrest with and without violence, and falsely personating an
officer; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Locke--



HB 641-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dogracing;
amending s. 550.16, F.S., increasing commissions which may be



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By the Committee on Insurance and Representative Ogden-
HB 648-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the State
Comprehensive Health Association; amending ss. 627.6494 and
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withheld by dogracing permittees; amending s. 550.162, F.S., estab-
lishing a minimum purse to be paid by dogracing permittees;
establishing a Florida-whelped greyhound awards program; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulated Industries & Licensing,
Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Locke-
HB 642-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the "Florida Mutual
Aid Act"; amending ss. 23.1225 and 23.1231, F.S., eliminating certain
emergency assistance agreements from the act; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Goode-
HB 643-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Town of
Malabar, Brevard County; adopting a charter for the Town of Malabar;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Gonzalez-Quevedo-
HB 644-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
authorizing each school district to establish an academy for the
teaching arts as a teacher training center; providing requirements;
providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Long-
HB 645-A bill to be entitled An act relating to clerks of the court;
amending s. 28.07, F.S., providing that records other than official
records may be kept at locations other than the county seat of a county;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Crady-
HB 646-A bill to be entitled An act relating to banking assess-
ments; amending s. 657.053, F.S.; revising terminology to provide for
semiannual assessments with respect to state credit unions; providing
that assessments must be postmarked by certain dates; amending
s. 658.73, F.S.; increasing certain nonrefundable fees with respect to
state banks and state trust companies; amending s. 663.12, F.S.;
increasing the application fee for representative offices of international
banking corporations; amending s. 665.0201, F.S.; increasing the
application fee for incorporation as a savings association; amending
s. 665.028, F.S.; increasing the application fee for branch offices;
amending s. 665.0301, F.S.; providing a nonrefundable fee for applica-
tion for conversion to a savings association; amending s. 665.0311,
F.S.; providing an application fee for successor institutions; amending
s. 665.033, F.S.; providing a nonrefundable fee for conversion from a
federal mutual to a state capital stock association; amending
s. 665.034, F.S.; increasing the application for control fee; amending
s. 665.082, F.S.; providing clarifying language with respect to fees and
assessments of state savings and loan associations; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Gonzalez-Quevedo-
HR 647-A resolution declaring January 28 as Jose Marti Day.
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provisions which allow offset of assessments against the corporate
income tax or premium tax and exemption of association premiums
from premium tax and which provide requirements regarding estab-
lishment of standard risk rates and rates based thereon; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By the Committee on Insurance and Representative Ogden-
HB 649-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance; creating
part XIX of chapter 627, F.S., consisting of ss. 627.941-627.954, F.S.;
providing legislative purpose; providing definitions; providing for the
certification of risk retention groups in Florida; providing require-
ments for risk retention groups not certified in Florida; providing for
participation by risk retention groups in the state's joint underwriting
associations; providing that a policy of insurance issued to a risk
retention group need not be countersigned; exempting purchasing
groups from certain group insurer requirements; providing for notice
and registration requirements of purchasing groups; providing for
restrictions on insurance purchased by purchasing groups; providing
for administrative and procedural authority regarding risk retention
and purchasing groups; providing penalties; providing for cease and
desist orders and injunctions; providing requirements with respect to
risk retention and purchasing group agents; providing for the binding
effect of orders issued in U.S. District Court; providing for rules;
amending s. 626.041, F.S., redefining the term "general lines agent";
providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representative Bass-
HB 650-A bill to be entitled An act relating to missing children;
creating s. 382.355, F.S., providing direction for procedures governing
birth records of missing children; creating s. 937.024, F.S., requiring
the State Registrar of Vital Statistics to flag the birth records, and
recall the local birth records, of missing children born in the state;
providing for removal of flags when a missing child is located;
providing procedures with respect to inquiries or requests concerning
flagged or recalled records; providing procedure with respect to missing
children born outside the state; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Bass and Martin-
HB 651-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state parks and
preserves; creating s. 258.016, F.S., authorizing the Division of
Recreation and Parks to issue senior/disabled citizen camping permits;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Souto-
HB 652-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state and county
parks; amending s. 258.014, F.S., prohibiting the charging of admis-
sion fees at state parks with respect to certain handicapped persons;
prohibiting the charging of admission fees at county parks with respect
to certain handicapped persons; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representatives Lawson, Rudd, R. C. Johnson, Trammell--
HB 653--A bill to be entitled An act naming Florida State
University's baseball facility in honor of Dick Howser; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representative Bass--



HR 654-A resolution declaring April 15, 1987, as "International
Business Day."



Referred to the Committee on International Trade & Economic
Development.

By Representatives Wetherell, Arnold, Bell, Kelly, R. C. Johnson,
Bass, Gardner, B. L. Johnson, Sansom, Hodges-
HB 655-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Retirement System; amending s. 121.021, F.S., redefining the term
"normal retirement date"; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Bass-
HB 656-A bill to be entitled An act relating to currency transaction
reports; amending s. 655.50, F.S.; requiring the Department of Bank-
ing and Finance to provide reports of transactions involving currency
pursuant to an order of a judge or pursuant to a subpoena duces tecum
under certain circumstances; increasing the penalty for violation with
respect to currency transaction reports; providing a fine; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representatives Goode, Sansom, Gardner-
HB 657-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Brevard County;
amending sections 1, 4, 6, 10, and 14 of chapter 83-375, Laws of
Florida, relating to the South Brevard Water Authority; providing
legislative intent; providing for appointments to fill vacancies on the
governing board; authorizing the district to furnish water outside the
district; granting powers and duties to the authority; authorizing
acquisition and ownership of property outside the district; establishing
a procedure to amend the authority budget and boundaries; providing
exemptions; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Peeples-
HB 658-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of Punta
Gorda, Charlotte County; making it unlawful at all times to fish for
commercial purposes in the canals of the City of Punta Gorda, Florida;
defining commercial purposes and providing that possession of nets,
seines, and traps shall be prima facie evidence of fishing for
commercial purposes; providing a penalty; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Souto-
HB 659-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fraudulent practices;
creating s. 817.565, F.S.; prohibiting acts designed to defraud lawfully
administered urine tests; providing a penalty; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Burnsed-
HB 660--A bill to be entitled An act relating to continuing care
contracts; amending s. 651.011, F.S., redefining the term "entrance
fee"; amending s. 651.021, F.S., eliminating certificate of authority
requirements with respect to certain expansions of certified facilities;
amending s. 651.022, F.S., providing time frames with respect to state
action on certificates of authority or provisional certificates of
authority; amending s. 651.023, F.S., exempting certain facilities from
collection requirements for a certificate of authority; revising criteria
relating to escrowed entrance fees; creating s. 651.025, F.S., providing
for expansions of existing facilities; amending s. 651.026, F.S., revising
the time for filing annual statements; amending s. 651.033, F.S.,
substantially revising provisions with respect to escrow accounts;



amending s. 651.035, F.S., providing a procedure for computing
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s. 651.041, F.S., providing valuation for portions of reserves invested in
certain stocks or bonds; amending s. 651.055, F.S., revising criteria
with respect to a resident's right to rescind; amending s. 651.091, F.S.,
providing clarifying language with respect to disclosure; providing for
review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Logan-
HB 661-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Education; directing the department to provide for a Paraprofessional
of the Year Program; providing an appropriation; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Stone-
HB 662-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Brevard County;
authorizing the board of county commissioners to rename Brevard
County Recreation District Number Four as established pursuant to
chapter 61-1909, Laws of Florida; prohibiting the board of county
commissioners from altering the boundaries of the district; providing
an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Figg-
HB 663-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fraudulent practices;
creating the Florida Communications Fraud Act; providing legislative
intent; providing definitions; making it a felony to engage in a scheme
to defraud and thereby obtain property; making it a felony or
misdemeanor to engage in a scheme to defraud and, in furtherance of
such scheme, engage in an act of communication; providing for the
imposition of separate judgments and sentences; repealing ss. 817.035,
817.036, F.S., relating to the crimes of fraud and organized fraud;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Simone-
HB 664-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
amending section 2 of chapter 78-556, Laws of Florida; providing for
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Manatee County to serve as the clerk
and accountant for the Manatee County Civic Center Authority;
providing for duties; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Simone-
HB 665-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
relating to the Cedar Hammock Drainage District, Manatee Valley
Drainage District, Oneco Drainage District, Pearce Drain, Pomello
Drainage District, Sugar Bowl Drainage District and Tampa Gap
Drainage District organized and existing under the general and special
laws of Florida relating to drainage districts; providing for winding up
of the affairs of the districts and dissolution of the districts; abolishing
the boards of supervisors of the districts; providing for the discharge of
the duties and obligations by the Board of County Commissioners of
Manatee County, the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Manatee County,
and by the attorney for the Board of County Commissioners of
Manatee County; constituting the Board of County Commissioners of
Manatee County as the ex officio board of supervisors of the districts;
qualifying the members of the board of county commissioners who are
not landowners in the district to assume the powers, duties, obliga-
tions, and property rights of the district; providing for the discharge of
any indebtedness of the district and for the assessment of fees and



charges for any outstanding indebtedness or obligations of the
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premises and component parts and systems; providing an effective
date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.



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belonging to the districts; providing for the repeal of all laws in conflict
herewith; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representative Simone-
HB 666-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
repealing chapter 57-1547, Laws of Florida, as amended, which is an
act regulating the occupancy and business of plumbing and plumbing
contracting in Manatee County, defining plumbing and plumbing
contractors, prescribing qualifications of plumbers and plumbing
contractors to engage in said occupation or business in said area, and
providing for registration of those now engaged in said areas in said
occupancy or business; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Simone-
HB 667-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
repealing chapter 57-1548, Laws of Florida, as amended, which
provides for the licensing, bonding, and examination of building
contractors in Manatee County; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Simone-
HB 668-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
providing for the repeal of chapter 57-1554, Laws of Florida, as
amended, which provides for the licensing and examination of
electrical contractors in Manatee County, Florida; providing an
effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Simone-
HB 669-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
providing for the repeal of chapter 61-2447, Laws of Florida, which is
an act providing for the regulation of building construction, erection,
alteration, repair, removal, demolition, use, occupancy and condemna-
tion of buildings, structures, or premises in all areas of Manatee
County, lying therein, providing for the creation and adoption or
amendment of a building code, providing a procedure therefore and
providing for rules and regulations governing the safe construction,
erection, alteration, repair, removal, demolition, use, occupancy and
condemnation of buildings, structures or premises, in the territory
affected, prescribing the rights, authority and duty of the board of
county commissioners of said county in relation thereto, and providing
for the adoption or amendment of a building code by any municipality
in Manatee County; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Simone-
HB 670-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
amending section 4 of chapter 63-1600, Laws of Florida; providing the
manner in which the board of county commissioners may adopt,
amend, and rescind codes for the several trades requiring expert
technical knowledge for the construction, erection, alteration, repair,
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By Representative Simone-
HB 671-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
repealing chapter 29262, Laws of Florida, 1953, which is an act
providing for the regulation of electrical installation, construction and
repairs in all areas in Manatee County, Florida, not embraced within
the corporate limits of any municipality thereof; providing for the
appointment of electrical inspectors; providing for the creation and
adoption of an electrical code; providing a proceeding therefore and
providing for rules and regulations governing the installation, con-
struction and repairing of electrical apparatus, wiring or fixtures in
the territory affected and prescribing the rights, authority and duty of
the board of county commissioners and said county in relation thereto,
and providing for the adoption of the provisions of this act and code by
certain municipalities; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Simone-
HB 672-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
providing for the repeal of chapter 30956, Laws of Florida, 1955,
requiring county plumbing, building and electrical inspectors, their
deputies and assistants, to furnish bond to said board and providing for
all persons required to comply with the electrical code of Manatee
County to furnish bond to said board; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Simone-
HB 673-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Manatee County;
amending section 2 and section 12 of chapter 86-381, Laws of Florida;
providing for the amendment of the legal description for Myakka City
Fire Control District; providing for the amendment of provisions
relating to the annual budget of the Myakka City Fire Control
District; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representatives Glickman, Rush, Figg, Davis, Hargrett, Martin-
ez, Clements, Carpenter-
HB 674-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; repealing chapter 83-416, Laws of Florida, relating to zoning
classifications and regulations in unincorporated Hillsborough County,
including the appointment, powers and duties of the zoning hearing
master; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representatives Figg, Glickman, Davis, Rush, Hargrett, Carpen-
ter, Clements, Martinez--
HB 675--A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; requiring the issuance of licenses for gill net fishing in the
saltwaters of the county by the Department of Natural Resources;
providing a license fee and providing for the use of funds derived
therefrom; requiring the display of license numbers; providing a
penalty; providing for the use of similar licenses; providing for an
appropriation from the Marine Biological Research Trust Fund;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.



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By Representatives Clements, Carpenter, Davis, Figg, Rush, Glick-
man, Hargrett, Martinez-
HB 676-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
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reciprocity between jurisdictions in Hillsborough County in licensing
contractors, requires such tradesmen to post bond prior to obtaining
license, and establishes a Unified Combined Examining Board;
repealing chapter 65-1657, Laws of Florida, which changes the
membership of the Hillsborough County Unified Combined Examining
Board to run concurrently with membership held on certain other
boards; repealing chapter 65-1675, Laws of Florida, which establishes
requirements for licensing of corporations; repealing chapter 67-1477,
Laws of Florida, which provides that mechanical contractors be
included among those who must furnish bond before licensing;
providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representatives Figg, Davis, Rush, Glickman, Hargrett, Carpen-
ter, Clements, Martinez-
HB 677-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; amending sections 2, 3, 13, 16, and 19 of chapter 84-446, Laws
of Florida, relating to the Hillsborough County Environmental Pro-
tection Commission; expanding legislative intent; adding and deleting
definitions; clarifying open burning regulations; expanding prohibi-
tions; expanding use of the pollution recovery fund; providing an
effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Natural
Resources.

By Representatives Glickman, Rush, Figg, Davis, Hargrett, Martin-
ez, Clements-
HB 678-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; amending chapter 83-423, Laws of Florida, creating the
Hillsborough County Public Transportation Commission; amending
sections 1, 2 (1), 5, 9 (1), (1) (b), (5) (c) and (d), (9) (b), and 11 adding
regulation of basic life support ambulances by the Commission,
providing for transferability and display of licenses and conforming
with definitions; amending sections 3 (12) and (15) and adding (16)
relating to definitions; amending section 4 creating the office of
Commission Director; providing qualifications, fixing compensation,
and filling vacancies; providing that basic life support ambulances and
persons licensed to operate them shall do so in accordance with all
applicable regulations; exempting basic life support services operated
by municipalities; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representatives Carpenter, Hargrett, Davis, Rush, Figg-
HB 679-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; relating to the Civil Service Act; amending section 4 of
chapter 85-424, Laws of Florida, to delete reference to the Hillsborough
County school board and to provide that said school board by interlocal
agreement with the civil service board may participate in the civil
service system; amending sections 6 and 13 of chapter 85-424, Laws of
Florida, and section 14 of chapter 85-424, Laws of Florida, as amended,
to delete references to said school board; amending section 15 of
chapter 85-424, Laws of Florida, to delete reference to said school
board and to reduce the membership of the review committee;
repealing chapter 85-423, Laws of Florida, relating to definitions and
classes of certain school board employees; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Retirement,
Personnel & Collective Bargaining.



By Representatives Martinez, Figg, Clements, Rush, Hargrett-
HB 680-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; creating the Hillsborough County Water and Wastewater
Utilities Authority; declaring the legislative intent hereof; providing









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purposes hereof; providing for a governing board of the authority;
providing for powers of the authority; declaring the public purpose of
the authority; providing for the transfer of assets and liabilities of the
Hillsborough County Department of Water and Wastewater Utilities
to the authority; providing rate-setting procedures; providing for
personnel transition and policies; providing an appeal process and
procedure from actions of the authority; providing for an executive
director; providing for a fiscal year and budget to be established by the
Hillsborough County Commission; providing for the execution of
documents and payment of bills; providing for an annual audit;
providing for amendment of this act without referendum; providing for
transition procedures; prohibiting discrimination by the authority;
providing for severability; providing for liberal construction; providing
for referendum by the electors of Hillsborough County and effective
date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.



exemption sunset by the Department of Revenue; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Representatives Bass and Martin-
HB 687-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state parks and
preserves; creating s. 258.018, F.S., relating to waivers of park entry
fees for veterans' organizations; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Harris-
HB 688-A bill to be entitled An act relating to water pollution
control and sewage treatment; amending s. 403.1822, F.S.; modifying
the definition of "local governmental agencies"; providing an effective
date.



By Representative Gardner- Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.



HB 681-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the retail sale of
meat; creating s. 500.601, F.S.; defining "primal source," "seller,"
"cutting loss," and "gross or hanging weight"; requiring certain
disclosures prior to sale and at the time of delivery; providing
exemptions; providing a penalty; providing for injunction; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Agriculture and Appropriations.

By Representative Reddick-
HB 682-A bill to be entitled An act relating to handicapped
drivers; amending ss. 338.155 and 347.19, F.S.; exempting certain
handicapped persons from payment of tolls on bridges, ferries, and toll
facilities; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative R. C. Johnson-
HB 683-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem taxation;
amending ss. 193.052 and 193.461, F.S.; requiring that the application
for agricultural classification shall include a declaration relating to
hunting, fishing, or other recreational leases; providing a penalty for
failure to declare; amending s. 195.084, F.S.; requiring property
appraisers to report to the Department of Revenue regarding agricul-
tural lands subject to such leases; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Agriculture, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative C. F. Jones-
HB 684-A bill to be entitled An act relating to career service;
prohibiting employment or promotion, under such system, of certain
persons who have not registered with the selective service; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Tobin-
HB 685-A bill to be entitled An act relating to recreational
vehicles; amending s. 513.01, F.S., redefining the term "recreational
vehicle"; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Bell-
HB 686-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for a specified period ending June 30, 1987, to pay
salaries and other expenses related to implementation of the sales tax



By Representative King-
HB 689-A bill to be entitled An act relating to weapons and
firearms; creating s. 790.165, F.S.; prohibiting the manufacture,
possession, sale, or delivery of a hoax bomb; prohibiting the use of a
hoax bomb during the commission of a felony; providing penalties;
providing exceptions to the act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Rush-
HB 690-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
the "Florida State Values and Ethics Commission Act of 1987";
providing legislative intent; creating the Florida State Educational
Commission on Values and Ethics; providing for appointment of
members and terms; providing for commission duties, purpose and
reports; providing for the duties of the Department of Education and
for program assessment and periodic review; creating the Florida
Resource Center for Ethics; providing purpose and duties; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Grindle-
HB 691-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation of fuels;
creating s. 336.027, F.S.; authorizing certain counties to impose an
additional tax on motor and special fuels; providing procedures and
requirements for levy of the tax; specifying use of revenues; authoriz-
ing the pledging of revenues to secure bonds; providing for distribution
of revenues; providing for application of specified administrative,
collection, penalty, enforcement, and refund provisions; creating a
trust fund; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Nergard-
HB 692-A bill to be entitled An act relating to disabled veterans;
providing that certain disabled veterans may be hired by state
agencies outside normal hiring procedures; providing for a probation-
ary period and permanent employment status; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining.

By Representative Drage-
HB 693-A bill to be entitled An act relating to adverse possession
of real property; amending s. 95.16, F.S.; specifying the extent of the
property protected by a substantial enclosure that is adversely
possessed under color of title; providing an effective date.
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By Representatives Goode and Gardner-
HB 694-A bill to be entitled An act relating to supplemental
method of making local municipal improvements; amending s. 170.01,
F.S.; requiring approval of a majority of affected property owners for
any improvement; amending ss. 170.06, 170.07, and 170.08, F.S.;
revising procedures relating to preparation of an assessment roll;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative D. L. Jones-
HB 695-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mortgage brokerage;
amending s. 494.037, F.S., providing education requirements for
licensure; providing for approval of instructors and instructor trainers;
amending s. 494.038, F.S., providing continuing education require-
ments for license renewal, and reenacting s. 494.121 (1) and (3), F.S.,
relating to persons licensed on September 1, 1986, to incorporate said
amendment in references; providing a phase-in schedule; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Hawkins-
HB 696-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Collier County;
creating the Golden Gate Fire Control and Rescue District; providing
for the creation and election of a district board; defining the district
board's duties, powers, and authority; prohibiting certain activity by
district board members; providing compensation for district commis-
sioners; providing for an annual budget estimate; providing for the
raising of funds by taxation on all property within the district and
providing methods of levying, collecting, and disbursing such funds;
providing transitional provisions; repealing chapters 82-284, 84-413,
and 85-403, Laws of Florida, relating to the Golden Gate Fire Control
and Rescue District; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representative Liberti-
HB 697-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 231.28, F.S., relating to the Education Practices Commis-
sion's authority to discipline; providing that persons whose teaching
certificates have been permanently revoked can reapply for issuance of
teaching certificate; providing an effective date.
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By Representative Kelly-
HB 700-A bill to be entitled An act relating to road contractors;
amending s. 337.11, F.S.; requiring contracts let by the Department of
Transportation to include provisions for registration of vehicles used
by nonresident road contractors; defining nonresident road contractor;
amending s. 337.141, F.S.; prohibiting payments by the department to
such contractors who have not submitted proof of such registration;
amending s. 337.16, F.S.; establishing the failure to register motor
vehicles by such contractors as a ground for suspension or revocation of
the contractors' certificates of qualification; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.

By Representatives B. L. Johnson and Bloom-
HB 701-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical practice;
amending s. 768.13, F.S.; providing immunity from civil liability to
physicians rendering medical care or treatment in response to an
emergency within a hospital or trauma center; repealing ss. 458.320,
459.0085, F.S., relating to the requirement that physicians and
osteopathic physicians demonstrate certain evidence of financial
responsibility as a condition of licensure; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representative Sansom-
HB 702-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
ss. 237.36-237.364, F.S.; creating the Florida District School System
Endowment Trust Fund; providing legislative intent; providing for
funding and administration; establishing criteria governing eligibility
for state grants from the trust fund; providing for each participating
school district to set up a local School Betterment Foundation Fund
and a foundation to administer such fund; requiring a foundation
subcommittee to be established to raise funds for participating high
schools; providing for selecting and rewarding distinguished teachers
and associate distinguished teachers; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative R. C. Johnson-
HB 703-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Amusement
Ride and Attraction Insurance Act; amending s. 546.004, F.S., requir-
ing a certificate to be filed with the proper governmental authority
prior to an amusement ride or an amusement attraction being granted
a license, permit, or registration; amending s. 546.006, F.S., exempting
certain permanent site attractions or rides from the act; amending
s. 546.008, F.S., prohibiting the filing of a false certificate; providing a
penalty; providing an effective date.



Referred to the Committee on Agriculture.
By Representative Wallace-



HB 698-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem tax
exemptions; amending s. 196.195, F.S.; providing additional criteria
for determining the profit or nonprofit status of applicants for
exemption; amending s. 196.1975, F.S.; deleting certain ownership
requirements for exempting property used by homes for the aged;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Kelly-
HB 699-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transportation
finance and planning; amending s. 339.035, F.S.; providing procedures
for estimates and payment of contractors by the Department of
Transportation; establishing a revolving fund; providing for the
payment of interest by the department in certain situations; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation and Appropriations.



By Representative Friedman-
HB 704-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 236.1223, F.S., the "Jack Gordon Writing Skills Act of
1982"; providing for categorical funds for teaching writing skills to
students in grade 9; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Saunders-
HB 705-A bill to be entitled An act relating to arrest; amending
s. 901.15, F.S.; deleting the scheduled repeal of a law enforcement
officer's authority to arrest without a warrant when he has probable
cause to believe a misdemeanor has been committed in the presence of
a United States officer on federal military property over which the
state has jurisdiction for such misdemeanor; providing an effective
date.
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By Representative Friedman-
HB 706-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 229.551, F.S.; providing for evaluations, as part of the
system of educational accountability, of secondary and postsecondary
job preparatory vocational programs; providing required placement
rates for postsecondary programs; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Friedman-
HB 707-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 236.02, F.S.; prohibiting funding for implementation of
the extended school day categorical program for certain students;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

HCR 708-Withdrawn

By Representative Crady-
HB 709-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alien or nonresident
commercial vessels; amending s. 327.25, F.S., providing for alien or
nonresident commercial vessel licenses and license decals; providing
fees; providing duties of tax collectors and the Department of Natural
Resources; providing for the display of license decals; providing for
disposition of licenses fees; providing for duplicate licenses and
replacement decals; establishing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Dantzler-
HB 710-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Administrative
Procedure Act; amending s. 120.52, F.S., defining the term "invalid
exercise of delegated legislative authority"; amending s. 120.54, F.S.,
prohibiting the use of general intent or general policy as a basis for
rule promulgation; amending s. 120.545, F.S., providing clarifying
language to create uniform terminology for review of rules; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Governmental Operations.

By Representatives Patchett, Grindle, Renke, D. L. Jones, Bank-
head, Souto, Crotty, Frishe, Casas, Harden, Troxler, Stone, Bainter,
Irvine, Shelley, Messersmith, Simone, Webster, Sansom, Jennings,
Banjanin, Holland, Diaz-Balart, Gutman, Dunbar, Morse, King,
Starks, Thomas, Bronson, Sanderson, Garcia, Rehm-
HJR 711-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 5,
Article IV and the creation of Section 20, Article XII of the State
Constitution; limiting the terms of cabinet members.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Burke-
HB 712-A bill to be entitled An act relating to financial
institutions; amending s. 674.213, F.S., revising current provisions
under the Uniform Commercial Code with respect to credit given by a
bank for an item in an account with its customer for withdrawal;
providing exceptions; amending s. 655.081, F.S., in conformance with
the act; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representatives Bronson and C. F. Jones--
HR 713--A resolution proclaiming the month of May 1987 as
Osceola County Month.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Cosgrove--
HB 714--A bill to be entitled An act relating to landlord and tenant;



amending s. 83.46, F.S., providing for rental payments with respect to
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managers to prepare operating plans and performance reports; creat-
ing s. 282.314, F.S.; creating the Information Resources Management
Advisory Council; amending ss. 282.318, 282.403, F.S.; providing
conforming language; repealing ss. 282.301, 282.302, 282.401, F.S.,
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the employee ceases employment; amending s. 83.51, F.S., requiring
tenants to vacate rental premises after notice for the purpose of
exterminating pests; amending s. 83.53, F.S., providing that the
landlord may enter the dwelling unit at any time for the repair,
protection or preservation of the premises; amending s. 83.56, F.S.,
providing clarifying language with respect to the termination of the
rental agreement; amending s. 83.60, F.S., providing for possession of
the dwelling unit under certain circumstances; amending s. 83.625,
F.S.; providing for attorney's fees and costs in certain actions for
possession of the dwelling unit; amending s. 713.691, F.S., providing
for the landlord's lien for rent; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Guber-
HB 715-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health care;
amending s. 409.266, F.S.; providing for separate eligibility determina-
tions for Medicaid and for certain other assistance; requiring the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to minimize costs of
health care services; requiring a review of certain forms and proce-
dures pertaining to Medicaid and the implementation of onsite
eligibility determinations; requiring a report to the Legislature;
eliminating the outpatient hospital services cap; setting priorities for
establishing primary care programs; providing for an increase in
certain Medicaid reimbursement; requiring an expansion of Medicaid
program coverage; amending s. 409.2662, F.S.; providing for uses of
the Public Medical Assistance Trust Fund; providing guidelines for
reimbursing hospitals for uncompensated care; providing for periodic
payment and for the return of excess payments; requiring development
of a basic health insurance demonstration program for the uninsured;
providing for funding such program; requiring the Department of
Insurance to create multiple employer trusts and provide technical
assistance to help employers develop employee insurance programs;
creating s. 741.22, F.S.; extending to both spouses the common-law
doctrine of necessaries; amending ss. 381.493, 381.494, F.S.; revising
requirements for certificates of need for health facilities and health
services; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health Care and Appropriations.

By Representatives Mackenzie and Messersmith-
HB 716-A bill to be entitled An act relating to information
technology resources; creating the Information Resources Management
Act; amending ss. 186.021, 215.96, 216.031, F.S.; requiring the prepa-
ration of certain agency plans and budget requests; creating
s. 216.0445, F.S.; requiring an evaluation of such budget requests by
the Information Resource Commission; amending s. 216.292, F.S.;
providing for the transfer of certain funds; creating s. 282.004, F.S.;
providing legislative intent; amending ss. 282.101, 282.303, F.S.;
providing definitions; amending s. 282.102, F.S.; providing additional
powers and duties of the Division of Communications of the Depart-
ment of General Services; creating s. 282.1021, F.S.; requiring the
division to develop a state plan for the implementation of communica-
tions services; amending ss. 282.103, 282.104, 282.105, 282.107, F.S.;
creating the SUNCOM Network as the state communications system
within the division; providing for the development and use of such
system; amending s. 282.305, F.S.; providing additional powers and
duties for the Information Resource Commission; creating ss. 282.3061,
282.3062, F.S.; requiring the commission to prepare a state strategic
plan for information resources management; requiring the commission
to prepare an annual report on information resources management;
providing requirements for such plans and reports; amending
ss. 282.307, 282.308, 282.309, F.S.; requiring each department, state
university, and certain judicial courts to prepare a strategic plan for
information resources management; providing requirements for such
plans; amending s. 282.311, F.S.; providing additional duties and
responsibilities for agency information resource managers; creating
ss. 282.3115, 282.312, F.S.; requiring agency information resource









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Referred to the Committees on Governmental Operations and
Appropriations.

By Representative Trammell-
HB 717-A bill to be entitled An act relating to outdoor advertising;
amending s. 479.26, F.S.; providing an exemption from certain re-
quirements; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

HB 718-Withdrawn

By Representative Irvine-
HB 719-A bill to be entitled An act relating to law enforcement
officers; amending s. 784.07, F.S., to include Department of Corrections
personnel within the definition of "law enforcement officer" for
purposes of applicability of penalties for assault or battery of such
officer; amending s. 843.01, F.S., to include state correctional officers
for purposes of applicability of the penalty for resisting an officer with
violence to his person; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Corrections, Probation & Parole and
Appropriations.

By Representative Wallace-
HB 720-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state lands;
providing definitions; creating the Florida Environmental Lands Trust
within the Department of Natural Resources; providing purposes of the
trust; providing for control of the trust by the Board of Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Trust Fund; conveying certain lands to the
trust; limiting removal of lands from the trust; authorizing the
department to accept donated lands; authorizing certain uses of lands
held in the trust; restricting construction activities; authorizing the
department to enter into agreements with local land trusts; providing
for the recording of conveyances of land to the trust; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Bronson and C. F. Jones-
HB 721-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use,
and other transactions; amending s. 212.055, F.S.; authorizing district
school boards to levy an educational facilities discretionary sales
surtax for a specified period; requiring referendum approval; providing
for inapplicability of certain exemption provisions; providing for use of
the proceeds; providing for disposition of excess moneys; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12, Finance & Taxa-
tion, and Appropriations.

By Representative Guber-
HB 722-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s. 232.425, F.S.; providing for student eligibility for partici-
pation in interscholastic extracurricular activities; providing an effec-
tive date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Figg--
HB 723--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Education; creating s. 233.0679, F.S., authorizing the department to
conduct an annual academic awards program for students in grades
K-12; providing for use of awards; providing for matching grants;
providing for implementation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.



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By Representatives Bronson and C. F. Jones-
HB 724-A bill to be entitled An act relating to disposition of dead
bodies; creating s. 245.055, F.S., providing definitions; amending



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s. 245.06, F.S., providing clarifying language with respect to the
disposition of unclaimed dead bodies; amending s. 245.07, F.S., delet-
ing language with respect to the disposition of certain dead bodies;
amending s. 245.08, F.S., providing that certain dead bodies need not
be delivered to the Division of Universities; creating s. 245.085, F.S.,
providing for the responsibilities of counties with respect to the
disposition of dead bodies; creating s. 245.086, F.S., providing for the
responsibilities of the state; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Goode-
HB 725-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Brevard County;
providing for the designation of code enforcement officers to enforce
provisions of the Brevard County Code which are under the jurisdic-
tion of the Brevard County Code Enforcement Board; providing for the
issuance of citations for violations; providing for civil penalties;
authorizing the enactment of an ordinance establishing procedures to
implement this act; providing severability; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representative Kelly-
HB 726-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health maintenance
organizations; creating s. 641.306, F.S., providing that a plan spon-
sored by a health maintenance organization that provides coverage of
pharmaceutical services when performed by certain pharmacists shall
provide an annual period during which any qualified pharmacist may
elect to participate in the plan; providing for the application of the act;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representative Irvine-
HB 727-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Insurance; directing the department to provide for and administer a
program permitting persons who are receiving payments under the
Workers' Compensation Law to purchase group health insurance for
the period of their workers' compensation claims; directing the
department to solicit bids for insurance and to certify prospective
purchasing; providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Insurance and Appropriations.

By Representative Troxler-
HB 728-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public schools;
amending s. 233.065, F.S., providing that the pledge of allegiance to
the flag shall be said at the beginning of the day in every elementary
and secondary public school in the state; exempting certain students;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representatives C. F. Jones, Burnsed, Canady, Dantzler-
HB 729--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the tax on certain
solid minerals; amending s. 211.31, F.S.; providing for the distribution
of tax on certain solid minerals; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Wallace, Canady, Dunbar-
HB 730--A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicles;
providing definitions; requiring annual inspection of motor vehicles;
providing a renewal period; providing a penalty; prohibiting sale of a



motor vehicle that does not have a valid inspection certificate;
specifying time limit for inspection of newly registered vehicles;
requiring reinspection of damaged vehicles; specifying inspection
criteria; providing for the inspection of school buses; specifying repair
procedures for defective vehicles; providing state immunity; providing










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penalties; prohibiting unauthorized certificates; providing for adoption
of rules and forms by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles; providing for collection and deposit of fees; providing for
budgeting; providing for supervision; prohibiting tampering with
inspection equipment; requiring exhaust emissions testing in certain
counties and providing a local option for such testing in the other
counties; establishing contractor qualifications and contract guide-
lines; providing that inspection is not a warranty; establishing
contractor selection guidelines; providing for fleet inspections; estab-
lishing station operation hours; repealing s. 325.001, F.S., relating to
county inspection systems; amending s. 316.610, F.S.; prohibiting the
operation of certain vehicles without a valid inspection certificate;
amending s. 320.07, F.S.; requiring a valid inspection certificate to
renew a vehicle registration; providing effective dates.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representatives Burnsed, Carlton, Ostrau-
HB 731-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transportation;
amending s. 334.03, F.S.; redefining "arterial road," "collector road,"
"county road system," "local road," "urban minor arterial roads," and
"urban principal arterial roads," and redefining "State Highway
System" to exclude certain urban minor arterial routes, for purposes of
the Florida Transportation Code; amending s. 335.04, F.S., relating to
functional classification of roads by the Department of Transportation;
revising criteria for periodic evaluations; revising provisions relating
to required physical condition of roads for which responsibility is
transferred; providing time schedule for transfer of responsibility for
certain urban minor arterial routes to counties and providing inappli-
cability of certain provisions; amending s. 336.025, F.S.; increasing the
local option gas tax that may be levied under said section; deleting
certain time limitations relating to imposition and extension of the tax
and establishment of new interlocal agreements; providing time
limitations for 1987; amending s. 163.803, F.S.; redefining "metropoli-
tan planning organization" to require the constituent counties to levy
the maximum tax under s. 336.025; amending s. 336.026, F.S., to
conform; providing effective dates.
Referred to the Committees on Transportation, Finance & Taxation,
and Appropriations.

By Representative Gardner-
HB 732-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Brevard County;
amending s. 3 of ch. 65-1285, Laws of Florida, as amended; revising
the membership of the Brevard Economic Development Council;
providing for members' terms of office; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs.

By Representatives Hawkins and Harris-
HB 733-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Immokalee Fire
Control District, Collier County; amending section 9 of chapter 30666,
Laws of Florida, 1955, as amended, to increase the millage cap for the
levy of taxes by the district; providing for a referendum.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representative Abrams--
HB 734--A bill to be entitled An act relating to condominium
association self-insurance; amending ss. 624.462, 718.111, F.S.; auth-
orizing self-insurance by a condominium association or groups of
condominium associations; requiring such self-insurers to comply with
certain regulations relating to commercial self-insurance funds; pro-
viding an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

By Representative Messersmith--



HB 735-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public safety
officers; amending s. 943.10, F.S., redefining the term "officer" to



April 7, 1987



ing an advisory committee; providing a penalty for use of the title
"interior designer" by persons not licensed; providing exemptions;
providing that an interior designer need not be licensed as a
contractor; providing severability; providing for review and repeal;
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include reference to a public safety officer; defining the term "public
safety officer"; amending s. 943.1395, F.S., providing for the certifica-
tion of public safety officers for employment or appointment by the
Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission; amending
s. 943.22, F.S., providing for basic salary incentives for public safety
officers; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Rush-
HB 736-A bill to be entitled An act relating to probate; amending
s. 731.303, F.S., providing, with respect to proceedings involving
estates of decedents or trusts, that persons are bound by orders binding
others under certain circumstances; amending s. 737.307, F.S., provid-
ing, with respect to limitations on proceedings against trustees after
the beneficiary receives account, that a beneficiary has received a
final, annual, or periodic account under certain circumstances; provid-
ing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Starks--
HB 737-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the criminal activity
of chop shops; creating s. 812.16, F.S.; providing definitions; providing
that operation of a chop shop is a felony of the third degree; requiring
restitution to be made to victims; providing for seizure and forfeiture of
property involved; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Criminal Justice and Appropriations.

By Representative Messersmith-
HB 738-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the "Sale of
Business Opportunities Act"; amending s. 559.801, F.S., redefining the
term "business opportunity"; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.

By Representatives Bronson and Bainter-
HB 739-A bill to be entitled An act relating to unemployment
compensation; amending s. 443.036, F.S.; postponing coverage of alien
agricultural workers; excluding from coverage certain nonimmigrant
aliens present in the United States for educational purposes; providing
an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Thomas-
HB 740-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
licenses; amending s. 320.0805, F.S.; authorizing owners of antique
motor vehicles to use a historical Florida license plate as a personal-
ized prestige plate; amending s. 320.086, F.S.; authorizing the display
of a historical Florida license plate on an ancient motor vehicle in lieu
of the Horseless Carriage plate; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Kelly and Dunbar-
HB 741-A bill to be entitled An act relating to interior designers;
creating the "Interior Designers Licensing Act"; providing legislative
findings; providing definitions; providing for administration and
enforcement of the act by the Department of Professional Regulation;
providing for examination and licensure of interior designers; provid-
ing eligibility; specifying contents of examinations; providing for
licensure without examination under certain circumstances; providing
for license renewal; providing for denial, suspension and revocation of
licenses; providing disciplinary actions by the department, including
an administrative fine, and specifying grounds therefore; providing for
use of a seal; authorizing the practice of interior design by certain
business associations; providing for injunction; prescribing fees; creat-









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Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Reaves-
HB 742-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retirement;
amending s. 121.051, F.S.; opening membership in the Florida Retire-
ment System to members of the Teachers' Retirement System for a
limited period; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining and Appropriations.

By Representative Glickman-
HB 743-A bill to be entitled An act relating to negligence;
providing an exemption from civil liability for licensed medical
personnel who practice gratuitously in nonprofit hospitals and medical
facilities; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

By Representative Woodruff-
HB 744-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fire prevention and
control; amending s. 633.521, F.S., relating to certification of fire
protection systems contractors; revising prerequisites to taking the
certification examination; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.

By Representative Bankhead-
HB 745-A bill to be entitled An act relating to financial matters;
amending s. 18.10, F.S.; revising provisions which specify those state
moneys which may be invested in short-term investments; providing
additional eligible investments; renumbering and amending
s. 215.535, F.S., relating to the Treasurer's investment powers and
duties; authorizing the maintenance of certain demand and safekeep-
ing accounts; authorizing the loan of securities or investments to
banks; creating a Treasurer's Administrative and Investment Trust
Fund; revising an annual assessment against moneys made available
by state agencies for investment and providing for deposit in the trust
fund; providing uses of the trust fund; creating s. 18.24, F.S.;
specifying securities which may be held in book-entry form or on
deposit in a depository trust clearing system; amending s. 213.053,
F.S.; directing the Department of Revenue to make certain information
available to the Treasurer or his authorized agent; amending s. 215.34,
F.S.; revising procedures relating to noncollectible checks, drafts, or
other orders for payment to state officers or agencies; amending
s. 625.52, F.S.; revising the types of securities eligible for required
deposits by insurers and requirements with respect thereto; requiring
replacement of ineligible securities; amending ss. 211.31, 215.32,
228.0.855, 231.532, 231.5335, 232.257, 240.257, 240.278, 240.36,
240.412, 280.09, 290.034, 402.3195, 409.504, and 601.10, F.S.; correct-
ing references; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative McEwan-
HB 746--A bill to be entitled An act relating to group health
insurance; creating s. 627.6698, F.S.; providing for award of attorney's
fees in an action against an insurer under a group health insurance
policy under certain circumstances; providing for expiration of section
and for review pursuant to s. 11.61, F.S., in advance of expiration;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary and Appropriations.

By Representative Bankhead-



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HB 747-A bill to be entitled An act relating to deferred compensa-
tion; amending s. 112.215, F.S., limiting the liability of the state,
county, municipality or other political subdivision with respect to
deferred compensation plans; exempting funds created by such plans
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any legal process ur assignment by the employer; providing that
certain benefits under the deferred compensation plan shall remain the
property of the State of Florida until made available to the employee or
other beneficiary; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Retirement, Personnel & Collective
Bargaining, Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Dunbar-
HB 748-A bill to be entitled An act relating to developments of
regional impact; amending s. 380.0651, F.S.; revising the standard to
be used in determining if a multi-use development is required to
undergo development-of-regional-impact review; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.

By Representatives Crotty, Hodges, Sansom, Mitchell, Stone,
Bainter, D. L. Jones, Dunbar-
HB 749-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales, use and
other transactions; amending s. 212.055, F.S.; authorizing counties to
levy a discretionary capital facilities sales surtax; specifying inapplica-
bility of certain exemption provisions and providing an exemption;
providing procedures for levy; providing for distribution and use of the
proceeds; authorizing issuance of bonds; providing time limitations;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Bainter-
HB 750-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation of
professions and occupations; creating s. 455.2285, F.S.; prohibiting
certain acts which involve deceiving or defrauding the public by
exhibiting false indicia of authority from the Department of Profes-
sional Regulation; providing penalties; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Burnsed-
HB 751-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Division II, Article
VII of the City of Lakeland Charter, the municipal hospital board;
authorizing the amendment of Division II, Article VII of the City of
Lakeland Charter by Special Act of the Florida Legislature; amending
Section 56a (2) (d) of Division II, Article VII of the City of Lakeland
Charter; deleting reference to the municipal hospital board contained
therein; amending Section 56a (3) of Division II, Article VII of the City
of Lakeland Charter; providing that the municipal hospital board shall
be abolished under certain circumstances; providing for the resignation
of the members of the municipal hospital board under certain
circumstances; creating Section 56a (4) of Division II, Article VII of the
City of Lakeland Charter; authorizing the city commission to reestab-
lish the municipal hospital board with such powers and duties and
subject to such terms and conditions as the city commission may
determine by ordinance; providing for the appointment of members to
the reestablished board; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Health Care.

By Representative Rochlin-
HB 752-A bill to be entitled An act relating to local government
code enforcement boards; amending s. 162.05, F.S.; removing a limita-
tion on reappointment; specifying that the chairman is a voting
member; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Community Affairs..



By Representative Langton-
HB 753-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; requiring
notice to parents or guardians of students in classes taught by teachers










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in a district school system teaching outside their field of certification;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.

By Representative Langton-
HB 754-A bill to be entitled An act relating to environmental
control; amending s. 403.0625, F.S., requiring Department of Health
and Rehabilitative Services certification of laboratories that analyze
certain environmental water quality samples; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Langton-
HB 755-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mentally ill persons;
amending s. 394.469, F.S.; providing, with respect to patients who
have a prior history of violence, that such patients shall first be
discharged into convalescent status, and notification given to the
community mental health system, together with specification of
services required; amending ss. 944.605 and 947.177, F.S.; providing,
with respect to release of mentally ill inmates who have a prior history
of violence, that notification of anticipated release be given to the
community mental health system, together with specification of
services required; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Davis--
HB 756-A bill to be entitled An act relating to talent agencies;
amending s. 468.401, F.S., clarifying a definition; amending s. 468.403,
F.S., relating to license requirements; providing an application fee for
change of operator; clarifying fingerprint and photograph require-
ments; changing affidavit requirements; amending s. 468.404, F.S.,
providing for biennial license renewal procedures; deleting provision
relating to use of confusing names; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Friedman-
HB 757-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education; creating
s. 236.1224, F.S.; providing for additional transitional categorical
funds for teaching mathematical proof writing and problem.solving
skills; providing eligibility criteria for school districts; providing for
distribution of funds; providing for a task force to review such funding;
amending s. 236.081, F.S., relating to funds for operation of schools, to
add transitional categorical program; amending s. 236.0817, F.S.;
including such funds in allocations to developmental research schools;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 758-A bill to be entitled An act relating to robbery; amending
s. 812.13, F.S., expanding the definition of robbery; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Upchurch--
HB 759-A bill to be entitled An act relating to developments of
regional impact; amending s. 380.06, F.S.; providing for application of
development-of-regional-impact review to certain landfills; amending
ss. 380.11 and 403.524, F.S.; correcting references; providing an
effective date.



Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources and Appropria-
tions.



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creating s. 320.417, F.S.; providing for actions to foreclose liens;
amending s. 320.57, F.S.; adding commercial truck and trailer combi-
nations to a penalty provision for excessive gross vehicle weight;
amending s. 324.171, F.S., relating to self-insurers, and s. 627.7415,
F.S., relating to additional liability coverage, to include reference to



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By Representative Friedman-

HB 760-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending ss. 230.2319 and 232.246, F.S.; providing for nondesignated
elective courses in grades 6 through 12; providing an effective date.

Referred to the Committee on Education, K-12.


By the Committee on Transportation and Representative Burnsed-

HB 761-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicles;
transferring the fuel use tax functions of the Department of Revenue to
the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles; amending
ss. 72.011, 72.031, and 120.575, F.S., relating to actions in circuit court
to contest tax assessments and administrative proceedings related
thereto, to include the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles with respect to assessments under chapter 207; amending
s. 206.877, F.S.; correcting references; amending s. 207.002, F.S.;
providing definitions; amending ss. 207.004, 207.007, 207.011, 207.013,
207.023, and 207.029, F.S.; exempting certain Florida-based commer-
cial vehicles from registration requirements and delinquency penalty
provisions; revising references to the department and including
references to chapter 320; providing for audit procedures; amending
s. 207.025, F.S.; providing for exchange of information with other
states; amending s. 207.026, F.S.; deleting an obsolete reference;
amending s. 207.028, F.S.; authorizing cooperative reciprocal agree-
ments with other states for the administration of the fuel use tax;
amending ss. 213.05 and 213.053, F.S., relating to Department of
Revenue responsibilities and confidentiality, to delete references to
chapter 207; amending s. 316.545, F.S., relating to enforcement of
chapter 207, to conform; amending ss. 316.605 and 320.0706, F.S.;
revising provisions relating to display of license plates on trucks;
amending s. 320.01, F.S.; providing definitions; amending s. 320.02,
F.S.; requiring proof of certain required insurance at time of registra-
tion; providing for suspension of registration for failure to maintain
required insurance; requiring certain notice of cancellation; amending
ss. 320.055, 320.0843, 320.105, 320.14, and 322.04, F.S.; correcting
cross-references; clarifying language; amending s. 320.06, F.S.; specify-
ing that certain license plates be imprinted with the word "Restricted";
amending s. 320.0609, F.S.; specifying application of certain refund
provisions to vehicles registered under the International Registration
Plan; amending s. 320.07, F.S.; specifying that certain persons as-
sessed a penalty for failure to have a valid registration certificate are
not subject to a delinquent fee if they obtain a certificate within a
specified period; amending s. 320.0715, F.S.; requiring carriers regis-
tered under the International Registration Plan to maintain certain
records; amending s. 320.08, F.S.; revising provisions relating to
license taxes for trucks, commercial trucks and truck tractors,
semitrailers, and trailers; creating s. 320.405, F.S.; providing for
inspection of records in connection with certain vehicle license taxes;
providing for hearings; providing for enforcement of assessments;
creating s. 320.406, F.S.; authorizing the department to estimate taxes
due from motor carriers under certain conditions; creating s. 320.407,
F.S.; providing for suits for unpaid taxes; providing certain penalties;
creating s. 320.408, F.S.; providing for warrants for unpaid taxes and
penalties; creating s. 320.409, F.S.; providing for liens for unpaid taxes
and penalties; creating s. 320.411, F.S.; providing requirements with
respect to officer's sale of property or franchise; creating s. 320.412,
F.S.; requiring the department to furnish certificates of liens; creating
s. 320.413, F.S.; specifying requirements relating to discontinuance or
transfer of business of a motor carrier or change of address; providing
liability of purchaser or transferee; creating s. 320.414, F.S.; providing
that certain violators may be restrained and enjoined from operating a
commercial motor vehicle; creating s. 320.415, F.S.; providing author-
ity of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the Depart-
ment of Transportation to inspect vehicles and seize property; creating
s. 320.416, F.S.; providing for cooperation of other state agencies;










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commercial motor vehicles as defined under chapter 320; providing
effective dates.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative Simone-
HB 762-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Palmetto Fire
Control District in Palmetto and certain areas in Manatee County;
amending section 15 of chapter 84-475, Laws of Florida, as amended;
amending provisions relating to the schedule of special assessments
charged by the district; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representatives Martin, Dantzler, R. C. Johnson-
HB 763-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alligators; amending
s. 372.664, F.S., providing an exception to state law relative to prima
facie evidence of intent to violate laws protecting alligators; creating
s. 372.6671, F.S., providing definitions; creating s. 372.6672, F.S.,
providing for the authority of the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission with respect to an alligator management and harvest
program; creating s. 372.6673, F.S., providing for licenses and permits
for the taking or possession of alligators; providing fees; creating
s. 372.6674, F.S., providing for required tagging of alligators and
alligator hides; providing for fees and revenues; repealing s. 372.6645,
F.S., relating to the license required to sell alligator products;
providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Natural Resources, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative D. L. Jones-
HB 764-A bill to be entitled An act relating to environmental
control; amending s. 403.913, F.S.; providing an exemption from
provisions which require a permit for dredging or filling in surface
waters for maintenance of manmade drainage ditches by a county or
municipality under certain conditions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Troxler-
HB 765-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal justice
information; creating s. 943.0535, F.S.; requiring clerks of courts to
furnish without charge certified copies of court records of aliens
convicted of felonies, to the appropriate federal immigration officers
upon official request; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Criminal Justice.

By Representative Rudd-
HB 766-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational finance;
amending s. 236.25, F.S.; authorizing use of the nonvoted district
school capital improvement millage to fund school bus purchase, rather
than replacement; amending s. 200.065, F.S., to conform; providing an
effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Carpenter--
HB 767--A bill to be entitled An act relating to towing of vehicles;
amending s. 715.07, F.S.; authorizing the towing of vehicles on private
property; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.



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By Representative Sansom-
HB 768-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical assistance;
creating s. 409.2663, F.S., providing for establishment of a nursing
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establishing income and asset limitations for persons eligible for the
program; providing reimbursement limitations; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Health & Rehabilitative Services and
Appropriations.

By Representative Martinez-
HB 769-A bill to be entitled An act relating to teacher compensa-
tion; establishing a specific state goal; providing calculation and
measure of progress; providing for reports on progress; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Education, K-12 and Appropriations.

By Representative Irvine-
HB 770-A bill to be entitled An act relating to environmental
control; amending s. 403.918, F.S., providing that certain reclamation
and restoration programs shall be acceptable by the Department of
Natural Resources and water management districts to be in compli-
ance with all requirements for wetland mitigation under the Warren S.
Henderson Wetlands Protection Act of 1984; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

By Representative Peeples-
HB 771-A bill to be entitled An act relating to independent tax
districts; providing requirements for any special act modifying the
election provisions of certain districts with governing boards elected on
a one-acre/one-vote basis to allow election of board members by
popular vote; providing composition of such boards; providing terms of
office; providing for designation of urban areas; providing require-
ments regarding landowners' meetings; specifying qualifications; pro-
viding an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Community Affairs and Finance &
Taxation.

By Representative Lawson-
HB 772-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the local
government half-cent sales tax; amending s. 218.65, F.S.; increasing
the per capital limitation on distributions to local governments
participating in said tax eligible for emergency and supplemental
distributions; increasing the annual appropriation to the Local Govern-
ment Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing Trust Fund; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

By Representative B. L. Johnson-
HB 773-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers' compen-
sation; amending s. 440.02, F.S., redefining the term "wages"; amend-
ing s. 440.13, F.S., redefining the term "health care provider" auth-
orizing the Secretary of the Department of Labor and Employment
Security to appoint an advisory committee to assist the Division of
Workers' Compensation in determining policies for reimbursement for
medical services; amending s. 440.15, F.S., relating to compensation
for disability; revising the computation of employees' benefits with
respect to full or partial lump-sum advances; providing for the
calculation of discount factors; amending s. 440.185, F.S., authorizing
the division to establish alternative electronic reporting systems with
respect to notice of injury or death; authorizing different time
requirements for such reporting; amending s. 440.20, F.S., reducing
the time period after maximum medical improvement has been
reached before a lump-sum settlement may be made; amending
s. 440.38, F.S., authorizing the division to require that, in the event of



an individual self-insurer's insolvency, certain indemnity bonds and
securities shall be payable to the Florida Self-Insurers Guaranty
Association; amending s. 440.385, F.S., requiring the association to
provide benefits under certain circumstances; amending s. 440.49, F.S.,
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Trust Fund; providing for review and repeal; providing an effective
date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representative Figg-
HB 774-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the naming of state
buildings; directing the Board of Regents of the State University
System to name the special events center at the University of South
Florida the "Phyllis P. Marshall Center"; providing for erection of
suitable identification; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.

By Representatives Casas and Morse-
HB 775-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state uniform traffic
control; amending s. 316.613, F.S., defining the term "motor vehicle"
for the purposes of state law governing child restraint requirements;
providing exceptions; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representative Carlton-
HB 776-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retail installment
sales; amending s. 520.03, F.S.; providing licensing procedure; provid-
ing for inactive status for licensees; amending s. 520.04, F.S.; defining
disciplinary violations; prescribing penalties; amending s. 520.05, F.S.;
providing for investigative powers of the Department of Banking and
Finance; amending s. 520.06, F.S.; providing the department with the
power to issue subpoenas and impose administrative fines; amending
s. 520.12, F.S.; prescribing the penalty for willful violation of the act;
providing for recovery of court costs; amending s. 520.32, F.S.;
establishing a biennial licensing period; providing for inactive status
for licensees; amending s. 520.331, F.S.; defining disciplinary viola-
tions; prescribing penalties; amending s. 520.332, F.S.; providing the
department with the power to issue subpoenas and impose adminis-
trative fines; amending s. 520.39, F.S.; prescribing the penalty for
willful violation of the act; providing for the recovery of court costs;
amending s. 520.51, F.S.; defining the terms "retail installment
transaction" and "retail buyer"; amending s. 520.52, F.S.; establishing
a biennial licensing period; providing for inactive status for licensees;
amending s. 520.53, F.S.; defining disciplinary violations; prescribing
penalties; amending s. 520.56, F.S.; establishing the department's
authority to issue subpoenas and impose administrative fines; amend-
ing s. 520.57, F.S.; prescribing the penalty for willful violation of the
act; providing for the recovery of court costs; amending s. 520.61, F.S.;
eliminating gender distinctions; amending s. 520.62, F.S.; expanding
the administrative authority of the department; amending s. 520.63,
F.S.; establishing a biennial licensing period; providing for inactive
status for licensees; amending s. 520.66, F.S.; defining disciplinary
violations; prescribing penalties; amending ss. 520.68, 520.70, 520.71,
520.72, F.S.; eliminating gender distinctions; amending s. 520.73, F.S.;
providing for additional notice requirement relating to home improve-
ment contracts; amending s. 520.74, F.S.; providing for a home
improvement contractor or holder to be entitled to liquidated damages;
amending ss. 520.90, 520.92, F.S.; eliminating gender distinctions;
creating s. 520.925, F.S.; providing the department with subpoena
power and establishing monetary limits on the amount of administra-
tive fines; amending s. 520.96, F.S.; eliminating gender distinctions;
providing for the reimbursement of certain expenses during depart-
mental examinations; amending s. 520.98, F.S.; prescribing the penal-
ty for a willful violation of the act; providing for recovery of court costs;
repealing s. 520.93, F.S., relating to the obligation of a home
improvement contractor to accept no contract with blank spaces;
repealing s. 520.95, F.S., relating to the department's right to infor-
mation; repealing s. 520.961, F.S., relating to the department's power
to obtain an injunction; repealing s. 520.99, F.S., providing for a
general penalty for violations of the act; repealing s. 520.991, F.S.,
providing for appropriations from the General Revenue Fund; repeal-
ing s. 520.992, F.S., providing for specific exemptions from ss. 520.60-
520.99; providing an effective date.



Referred to the Committees on Commerce, Finance & Taxation, and
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revising requirements relating to disclosure statements by sponsors;
creating s. 496.266, F.S., requiring certain identification of sponsors,
solicitors, and employees; creating s. 496.267, F.S., providing limita-
tions on activities of sponsor and professional solicitors; amending
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By Representative Renke-
HB 777-A bill to be entitled An act relating to adoption; amending
ss. 63.097 and 63.212, F.S., increasing the allowable fee to interme-
diaries in adoption proceedings; amending s. 63.102, F.S., providing for
the time of the filing of the petition for adoption; amending s. 63.132,
F.S., increasing the amount of living expenses payable to the natural
mother; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Judiciary, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representative Rush-
HB 778-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Asian cockroach;
creating the Flying Asian Cockroach Study, Containment, and Eradi-
cation Act of 1987; providing legislative intent; creating a study
commission and providing its duties; creating a trust fund and
providing an appropriation thereto; providing an appropriation to the
Department of Entomology of the University of Florida for a study;
directing the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to
develop a plan; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Agriculture and Appropriations.

By Representative King-
HB 779-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bridge designation;
designating the bridge to be erected in Duval County spanning the St.
Johns River from Gilmore Heights on the south bank to Dames Point
on the north bank as the "Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Bridge";
directing the Jacksonville Transportation Authority to erect suitable
markers; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Transportation.

By Representatives Crotty and Carlton-
HB 780-A bill to be entitled An act relating to solicitation of funds;
amending s. 496.02, F.S., revising definitions under the Solicitation of
Charitable Contributions Act; amending s. 496.03, F.S., revising
requirements relating to registration of charitable organizations;
amending s. 496.04, F.S., relating to exemption from registration;
amending s. 496.045, F.S., revising requirements relating to registra-
tion of professional solicitors and their employees; authorizing accep-
tance of a surety other than bond; amending s. 496.046, F.S., revising
registration and renewal fees for charitable organizations and profes-
sional solicitor employees; providing additional administrative fees;
amending s. 496.051, F.S., revising requirements relating to disclosure
statements by charitable organizations; creating s. 496.052, F.S.,
requiring certain identification of charitable organizations, solicitors,
and employees; amending s. 496.06, F.S., providing limitations on
activities of charitable organizations and professional solicitors; creat-
ing s. 496.071, F.S., providing requirements for charitable sales
promotions by a commercial coventurer; amending s. 496.09, F.S.,
relating to records of charitable organizations and professional solici-
tors; amending s. 496.11, F.S., revising prohibitions and requirements
relating to the solicitation of charitable contributions; providing
penalties; amending s. 496.13, F.S., expanding enforcement authority
of the Department of State; modifying the time period for certain
notification to a complainant; amending s. 496.1315, F.S., relating to
unlawfully solicited contributions; amending s. 496.21, F.S., revising
definitions under the Law Enforcement and Emergency Service
Solicitation of Contributions Act; amending s. 496.23, F.S., revising
requirements relating to registration of sponsors; amending s. 496.236,
F.S., relating to exemption from registration; amending s. 496.24, F.S.,
revising requirements relating to professional solicitors and their
employees; authorizing acceptance of a surety other than bond;
amending s. 496.251, F.S., revising registration and renewal fees for
sponsors, professional solicitors, and professional solicitor employees;
providing additional administrative fees; amending s. 496.265, F.S.,










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professional solicitors; creating s. 496.295, F.S., providing require-
ments for sponsor sales promotions by a commercial coventurer;
amending s. 496.31, F.S., revising prohibitions and requirements
relating to solicitations; providing penalties; amending s. 496.33, F.S.,
expanding enforcement authority of the Department of State; modify-
ing the time period for certain notification to a complainant; amending
s. 496.335, F.S., relating to unlawfully solicited contributions; provid-
ing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Regulatory Reform, Finance &
Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Trammell-
HB 781-A bill to be entitled An act relating to registration of
trademarks and service marks; amending s. 495.021, F.S., relating to
the registrability of a mark to increase the time period during which
the mark must be used to be accepted as distinctive by the Department
of State; amending s. 495.031, F.S.; increasing the filing fee that must
be paid when an application for registration of a trademark or service
mark is filed; amending s. 495.081, F.S.; increasing the recording fee
that must be paid when an assignment of such mark and its
registration is recorded; amending s. 495.111, F.S., revising the
classification plan of goods and services to adopt the international
classification; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Commerce, Finance & Taxation, and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Liberti and Bass-
HB 782-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers' compen-
sation; amending ss. 440.10, 440.11, F.S.; eliminating third-party
tortfeasor liability on construction projects in most situations; provid-
ing that liability under the Workers' Compensation Law is the
exclusive liability among subcontractors, sub-subcontractors, material-
men, and others working under the same general contractor on a
construction project; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committee on Commerce.
By Representative Trammell-
HB 783-A bill to be entitled An act relating to emergency
distributions from the Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing
Trust Fund; amending s. 218.65, F.S.; increasing the maximum
population that a county may have in order to receive an emergency
distribution from such fund; providing an effective date.
Referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxation and Appropria-
tions.

First Reading of Committee Substitutes by Publi-
cation
By the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services and Repre-
sentatives Kelly, Tobin, Diaz-Balart, Rochlin-
CS/HB 5--A bill to be entitled An act relating to birth certificates;
amending s. 382.35, F.S., authorizing the issuance of special birth
certificates suitable for display; providing a fee and for the use thereof;
providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
By the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargain-
ing and Representative Harris--
CS/HB 26--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Retirement System; amending s. 121.091, F.S., providing a minimum
retirement benefit for disabled retirees after return to employment and
subsequent retirement; providing retroactive coverage; providing an
effective date.
By the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services and Repre-



sentatives Davis, Reddick, Tobin, Jennings, Mackenzie-
CS/HB 28-A bill to be entitled An act relating to juveniles;
amending s. 39.41, F.S., providing for court approval of independent
living arrangements for certain foster children; providing conditions;
amending s. 409.165, F.S., providing for Department of Health and



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Rehabilitative Services placement of a child in an independent living
situation under certain conditions; authorizing use of state foster care
funds for establishment of an independent living program for certain
minors; providing procedures; creating s. 743.067, F.S., providing for
removal of disability of nonage for certain minors in foster care;
providing conditions; providing for hearings and a judgment of
emancipation; providing an effective date.
By the Committee on Higher Education and Representatives Crotty,
Friedman, Wetherell, Lombard, Metcalf, Reddick, Liberti, Young,
Davis, Souto, Gaffney, Sansom, Ostrau-
CS/HBs 47 & 17-A bill to be entitled An act relating to higher
education; creating s. 240.551, F.S.; creating the Florida Prepaid
Postsecondary Education Expense Program; providing intent; provid-
ing definitions; providing a purpose; creating the Prepaid Postsecon-
dary Education Expense Trust Fund; providing for contents; creating
the Prepaid Postsecondary Education Expense Board to administer the
program; providing for board membership and terms; providing for
meetings and staff; providing powers of the board; requiring an annual
evaluation of actuarial soundness of the fund; requiring a comprehen-
sive investment plan; authorizing delegation of responsibility for plan
administration; requiring annual reporting on the fund; requiring
ruling requests from the Internal Revenue Service and Securities
Exchange Commission; providing for marketing of the program;
requiring provisions of advance payment contracts for registration and
advance payment contracts for dormitory residence; authorizing re-
tention of refund under certain conditions; providing for refunds;
providing for contract conversions; providing for multiple contract
plans; providing conditions for such plans; providing for application
toward independent colleges and universities; requiring board solicita-
tion of proposals for certain services; providing criteria for selection of
proposals; providing for state obligations to the program; providing
limitations on use of fund assets; providing for fund expenditure
priorities; authorizing contract payments through payroll deduction for
certain employees; prohibiting contract purchase as guarantee of
admission, continuation of enrollment, or graduation; providing for
program discontinuation; creating s. 240.3031, F.S.; creating a State
Community College System; providing for membership; providing an
effective date.
By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representative
Kelly-
CS/HB 58-A bill to be entitled An act relating to psychological
services; amending ss. 490.002, 490.003, 490.004, 490.005, 490.006,
490.007, 490.008, 490.009, 490.0111, 490.012, 490.014, and 490.015,
F.S.; removing provisions relating to regulation of clinical social
workers, marriage and family therapists, and mental health counsel-
ors; modifying provisions relating to psychologists and school psycholo-
gists; conforming language; removing obsolete language; modifying
provisions relating to definitions, qualifications for licensure, licensure
by endorsement, and license renewal; increasing license renewal fee;
modifying provisions relating to inactive status, disciplinary actions,
violations, and exemptions; creating s. 490.0143, F.S., relating to the
practice of sex therapy; creating s. 490.0147, F.S., relating to confi-
dentiality and privileged communications; creating chapter 491, F.S.,
the "Multidisciplinary Psychotherapy Act"; providing intent; providing
definitions; creating the Board of Multidisciplinary Psychotherapy;
providing for qualifications and licensure for clinical social workers,
marriage and family therapists, and mental health counselors; provid-
ing for licensure or certification by endorsement; providing for
renewal; providing for inactive status; providing for continuing
education and for approval of providers, programs, and courses;
providing an application fee; providing disciplinary actions and
grounds therefore; prohibiting sexual misconduct; providing violations;
providing a penalty; providing for injunction; providing exemptions
from the provisions of the chapter; providing for the practice of
hypnosis; providing for the practice of sex therapy; providing for
certification of certified master social workers; providing an examina-



tion fee; providing for confidentiality and privileged communications;
providing duties of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services; providing for continuation of certain rules, legal and
administrative proceedings, and licenses; amending ss. 232.02 and
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review and repeal of chapter 490, F.S.; providing for review and repeal
of chapter 491, F.S.; providing an effective date.

By the Committee on Regulated Industries & Licensing and
Representative Hodges-
CS/HB 62-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; amending ss. 550.08 and 551.031, F.S.; authorizing certain
pari-mutuel permitholders additional operating days; providing for
additional surtaxes and an increase in the tax on handle for certain
additional days; providing an effective date.

By the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargain-
ing and Representatives Meffert and Lawson-
CS/HB 71-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employ-
ment; creating s. 110.141, F.S., establishing a tuition refund program
for state employees; providing eligibility requirements and restric-
tions; providing for rules; providing effective dates.

By the Committee on Science & Technology and Representatives
Locke and Hanson-
CS/HB 86-A bill to be entitled An act relating to security of
communications; amending s. 934.03, F.S., authorizing certain entities
providing emergency services to intercept and record certain outgoing
wire communications; providing an effective date.

By the Committee on Transportation and Representatives Burnsed,
Peeples, Long, Rehm, Goode, Sansom, Webster, Troxler, Guber,
Simone, Hanson, Martin, Silver, Wetherell, Lombard, Lippman, Hea-
ley, Brown, Ostrau, Hargrett, Bass, Morse, Carlton, Mackenzie-
CS/HB 123-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transportation
contracts; creating s. 337.015, F.S., providing direction with respect to
the administration of public transportation contracts; requiring the
department to report annually on the administration of public
transportation contracts; amending s. 337.11, F.S., expanding require-
ments with respect to contracts let by the department; amending
s. 337.14, F.S., authorizing the department to limit the dollar amount
or the total dollar volume of contracts which a person is allowed to
have under contract at one time; creating s. 337.145, F.S., providing
for offsetting payments by the department; amending s. 337.16, F.S.,
directing payment of penalty and retainage upon delinquency; provid-
ing for denial or suspensions of certificates of qualification by the
department with respect to certain contracts; creating s. 337.175, F.S.,
establishing retainage provisions; amending s. 337.18, F.S., increasing
the daily liquidated damages charge for certain contract defaults;
establishing penalty provisions; amending s. 337.185, F.S., authorizing
binding private arbitration; creating s. 337.221, F.S., requiring the
department to prepare quarterly reports on disputed contractual
claims; providing for applicability of certain sections of the act to
specified contracts; providing an effective date.

By the Committee on International Trade & Economic Development
and Representative Arnold-
CS/HB 170-A bill to be entitled An act relating to human graves
and burials; creating s. 872.05, F.S.; authorizing the Division of
Historical Resources of the Department of State to assume responsibili-
ty for and jurisdiction over certain unmarked human burials; requiring
notification of certain authorities when a burial is discovered or
disturbed; requiring that certain authorities be notified when a burial
is discovered during an archaeological excavation; providing duties
and responsibilities for the State Archaeologist regarding a newly
discovered unmarked human burial; requiring certain reports; provid-
ing for the loan of burial artifacts for educational purposes; requiring
the division to adopt rules regarding the public display of human
remains; providing that excavation of a burial is not required except
under certain circumstances; providing penalties; amending s. 872.02,
F.S.; including burial mounds and certain monuments in provisions



prohibiting the disturbing of graves or tombs, for which there are
penalties; providing an effective date.



By the Committee on Regulated Industries & Licensing and
Representative Martinez-
CS/HB 185-A bill to be entitled An act relating to jai alai frontons;
creating s. 551.115, F.S., authorizing additional days of operation for
certain existing jai alai frontons in certain areas of the state; providing
restrictions; providing for an additional surtax and an increase on the
tax on handle for certain additional days; providing an effective date.

By the Committee on Regulatory Reform and Representatives Bloom
and Diaz-Balart-
CS/HB 245--A bill to be entitled An act relating to respiratory care;
amending s. 468.354, F.S.; modifying procedure for filling vacancies on
the Advisory Council on Respiratory Care; amending s. 468.357, F.S.;
providing that examinations for certification as a respiratory care
practitioner shall be offered in a language other than English upon
request for a certain period; providing that such examinations shall be
offered at least four times a year for a certain period; grandfathering
certain persons; providing a continuing education requirement; ex-
tending the examination deadline for certain persons; amending
s. 468.368, F.S.; providing exemptions for certain persons; providing an
effective date.

Reports of Standing Committees
The Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining
recommends the following pass: HB 84

The above bill was placed on the Calendar.

The Committee on Science & Technology recommends a committee
substitute for the following: HB 86

The above committee substitute was placed on the Calendar
and, under the rule, HB 86 was laid on the table.

The Committee on Governmental Operations recommends the
following pass:
HB 70 HB 115, with amendment
The Committee on Higher Education recommends the following
pass: HB 43, with 2 amendments
The Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining
recommends the following pass:
HB 14 HB 78, with 2 amendments
HB 15, with amendment
The Committee on Transportation recommends the following
pass: HB 124
The Committee on Youth recommends the following pass: HB 36,
with amendment

The above bills were referred to the Committee on Appropria-
tions.

The Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services recommends a
committee substitute for the following: HB 28

The Committee on International Trade & Economic Development
recommends a committee substitute for the following: HB 170

The Committee on Regulatory Reform recommends a committee
substitute for the following: HB 245

The Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining
recommends committee substitutes for the following:
HB 26 HB 71

The Committee on Transportation recommends a committee substi-
tute for the following: HB 123

The above committee substitutes were referred to the Com-



mittee on Appropriations and, under the rule, HBs 28, 170, 245,
26, 71 and 123 were laid on the table.



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The Committee on Regulated Industries & Licensing recommends
the following pass: HB 42
The above bill was referred to the Committees on Finance &
Taxation and Appropriations.

The Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services recommends a
committee substitute for the following: HB 5
The Committee on Higher Education recommends a committee
substitute for the following: HBs 47 & 17
The Committee on Regulated Industries & Licensing recommends
committee substitutes for the following:
HB 62 HB 185
The Committee on Regulatory Reform recommends a committee
substitute for the following: HB 58
The above committee substitutes were referred to the Com-
mittees on Finance & Taxation and Appropriations and, under
the rule, HBs 5, 47, 17, 62, 185 and 58 were laid on the table.

Recessed

Pursuant to the motion previously agreed to, the House recessed at
11:40 a.m. to reconvene at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 15.



Pages and Messengers
for the week of
April 7-10, 1987
PAGES-Jennifer Epling, Homestead; William Tyler Wetherell,
Daytona Beach; Gregory Mackey, Lake City; Tawanna Takisha
Pittman, Jacksonville; Coleen Taylor, St. Petersburg; Lynn War-
ren, Orlando.
MESSENGERS-Patricia Mackey, Lake City; Sheree Duncan-
son, Hollywood; Robert Holland, Wauchula; Alecia Young, St.
Augustine; Chuck Kohler, Orange Park; Samantha Kopecki,
Miami; Antonio Glover, Orlando; Liz Harvell, Lake Placid; Albert
Wilcox, Jr., Jacksonville; Andrew Taylor, Hollywood; Lisa E.
Grime, Riviera Beach; Christopher Salerno, St. Petersburg; Joel
Prather, Tallahassee; Kenneth Brian Levy, Gainesville; Richard
Glover, Orlando; Amy Reese, Melbourne; Sharon Butler, Jackson-
ville; Lisa Glass, Brandon.



CHAMBER ACTION ON BILLS
APRIL 7, 1987
HCR 1-Org.-Adopted
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Standing Committees

[Democrats in Roman; Republicans in Italic]

Agriculture (Group I)
Sam Mitchell (Chairman), Irlo Bronson, Jr. (Vice Chairman), Tom
Banjanin, Fran Carlton, John F. Cosgrove, Richard E. Dantzler, Bert J.
Harris, Jr., Gene Hodges, J. J. Holland, Jr., Frances L. "Chance" Irvine,
Joseph R. Mackey, Jr., Frank S. Messersmith, Charles R. Smith, Robert
J. Starks, Thomas J. Tobiassen, Robert D. Trammell
Subcommittees
Cattle & Apiary Oversight: Harris (Chairman), Dantzler, Mackey,
Messersmith, Mitchell
Citrus: Bronson (Chairman), Carlton, Dantzler, Hodges, Holland,
Messersmith, Mitchell
Fire Ant Control: Mackey (Chairman), Banjanin, Mitchell, Smith,
Starks, Trammell
General Agriculture: Smith (Chairman), Bronson, Carlton, Cos-
grove, Irvine, Mitchell, Tobiassen

Appropriations (Group V)
Samuel P. Bell, mI (Chairman), James C. Burke (Vice Chairman ex
officio), William G. Bankhead, Virginia Bass, Corrine Brown, Beverly B.
Burnsed, Fran Carlton, Carl Carpenter, Jr., George A. Crady, Richard
Crotty, Helen Gordon Davis, Michael Friedman, Winston W. Gardner,
Jr., Harry C. Goode, Jr., Elaine Gordon, Tom Gustafson, Mary Ellen
Hawkins, Douglas L. Jamerson, Bolley L. Johnson, Ronald C. Johnson,
C. Fred Jones, Dennis L. Jones, Everett A. Kelly, Ray Liberti, Frederick
Lippman, Sidney Martin, Elvin L. Martinez, Frank S. Messersmith, Eliz-
abeth Metcalf, Sam Mitchell, Carl Ogden, Vernon E. Peeples, Alzo J.
Reddick, Ronald A. Silver, Javier D. Souto, Jack N. Tobin, Hamilton D.
Upchurch, T. K. Wetherell
Subcommittees
I HRS/Criminal Justice: Gordon (Chairman), Bankhead, Brown,
Davis, Hawkins, Kelly, Lippman, Martinez, Metcalf, Reddick, Tobin,
Upchurch
II General Government: Carlton (Chairman), Burnsed, Crotty,
Gardner, R. C. Johnson, C. F. Jones, D. L. Jones, Martin, Mitchell,
Ogden, Peeples, Silver
III Education: Wetherell (Chairman), Burke (ex officio), Bass, Car-
penter, Crady, Friedman, Goode, Gustafson, Jamerson, B. L. Johnson,
Liberti, Martin, Messersmith, Souto

Claims, Select (Group VI)
Vernon E. Peeples (Chairman)

Commerce (Group III)
Ronald C. Johnson (Chairman), Bill Clark (Vice Chairman), J. Keith
Arnold, William G. Bankhead, Virginia Bass, Samuel P. Bell, III, Irlo
Bronson, Jr., James C. Burke, George A. Crady, Richard E. Dantzler,
Mary Figg, Jim Frishe, Rodolfo Garcia, Jr., Arnhilda B. Gonzalez-
Quevedo, Bolley L. Johnson, Marian V. Lewis, Bruce McEwan, Alzo J.
Reddick, John K. Renke, Jack N. Tobin, Robert D. Trammell, David W.
Troxler
Subcommittees
Banking & Commerce: Trammell (Chairman), Arnold, Bell, Burke,
Crady, Frishe, Renke
General Commerce: Dantzler (Chairman), Bass, Bronson, Garcia,
Gonzalez-Quevedo, Reddick, Troxler
Labor & Employment Security: Clark (Chairman), Bankhead,
Figg, B. L. Johnson, Lewis, McEwan, Tobin

Community Affairs (Group III)
C. Fred Jones (Chairman), Jack Ascherl (Vice Chairman), Peter R.
Deutsch, Harry C. Goode, Jr., Susan Guber, Carol G. Hanson, J. J. Hol-
land, Jr., Harry Jennings, Willie Logan, Jr., Hurley W. Rudd, Dorothy
Eaton Sample, Robert J. Shelley, Charles R. Smith, Frank Stone, David
L. Thomas, Thomas J. Tobiassen



Subcommittees
Intergovernmental Relations: Ascherl (Chairman), Goode, Guber,
Holland, Shelley, Stone, Tobiassen



Oversight: Smith (Chairman), Deutsch, Hanson, Jennings, C. F.
Jones, Logan, Rudd, Sample, Thomas

Corrections, Probation & Parole (Group II)
Everett A. Kelly (Chairman), Elaine Bloom (Vice Chairman), Carol G.
Hanson, Mary Ellen Hawkins, J. J. Holland, Jr., Frances L. "Chance"
Irvine, Harry Jennings, Dick Locke, Joseph R. Mackey, Jr., Elvin L.
Martinez, Carl Ogden, Gerald S. Rehm, Irma S. Rochlin, Dorothy Eaton
Sample, Charles R. Smith, Joe Titone
Subcommittees
Correctional Programs & Operations: Martinez (Chairman),
Bloom, Hawkins, Irvine, Jennings, Ogden, Rochlin
Oversight: Titone (Chairman), Bloom, Hanson, Jennings, Martinez,
Ogden, Rochlin, Sample, Smith
Prisons & Jails: Smith (Chairman), Hanson, Holland, Locke,
Mackey, Rehm, Titone

Criminal Justice (Group I)
Tom Gustafson (Chairman), S. L. Clements, Jr. (Vice Chairman),
Michael I. Abrams, Jack Ascherl, Charles T. Canady, Roberto Casas,
Richard Crotty, Peter M. Dunbar, Lois J. Frankel, Ronald Carl Glick-
man, Elaine Gordon, Michael E. Langton, Marian V. Lewis, Dick Locke,
Anne Mackenzie, Christian Meffert, Steve Press, John K. Renke, Javier
D. Souto, David L. Thomas, Joe Titone, Hamilton D. Upchurch, T. M.
Woodruff
Subcommittees
Community & Economic Development: Langton (Chairman),
Ascherl, Dunbar, Glickman, Gustafson, Lewis
Crime Prevention & Management: Press (Chairman), Casas,
Crotty, Gustafson, Meffert, Upchurch
Crimes, Penalties & Prosecutions: Canady (Chairman), Clements,
Locke, Renke, Titone, Woodruff
Human Resources: Mackenzie (Chairman), Abrams, Frankel,
Gordon, Souto, Thomas
Oversight Task Force on Criminal Justice Standards & Train-
ing Commission: Clements (Chairman), Casas, Upchurch

Education, K-12 (Group II)
Bolley L. Johnson (Chairman), Brian P. Rush (Vice Chairman), Irlo
Bronson, Jr., Bill Clark, Helen Gordon Davis, Winston W. Gardner, Jr.,
Ronald Carl Glickman, Timothy F. Ireland, John Long, Sandra Bar-
ringer Mortham, Charles L. Nergard, Dixie N. Sansom, Art Simon,
Robert J. Starks, Frank Stone, Thomas J. Tobiassen, Walter C. Young
Subcommittees
Administration & Finance: Tobiassen (Chairman), Ireland, Long,
Nergard, Simon
Oversight: Young (Chairman), Clark, Gardner, Mortham, Rush,
Starks
Programs: Bronson (Chairman), Davis, Glickman, Sansom, Stone

Ethics & Elections (Group IV)
George A. Crady (Chairman), Peter R. Deutsch (Vice Chairman),
Elaine Bloom, Corrine Brown, Charles T. Canady, Arthur E. Grindle,
Alberto Gutman, James T. Hargrett, Jr., Bolley L. Johnson, Steve Press,
Gerald S. Rehm, Dorothy Eaton Sample, Peggy Simone, Charles R.
Smith, David L. Thomas, Jack N. Tobin, T. K. Wetherell
Subcommittees
Elections: B. L. Johnson (Chairman), Canady, Gutman, Simone,
Smith, Thomas, Tobin, Wetherell, Crady (ex officio)
Ethics: Hargrett (Chairman), Bloom, Brown, Deutsch, Grindle, Press,
Rehm, Sample, Crady (ex officio)

Finance & Taxation (Group IV)
Winston W. Gardner, Jr. (Chairman), Walter C. Young (Vice Chair-



man), J. Keith Arnold, Jack Ascherl, Samuel P. Bell, III, James C. Burke,
Richard Crotty, Thomas B. Drage, Jr., Peter M. Dunbar, Mary Figg,
James C. Hill, Jr., J. J. Holland, Jr., Michael E. Langton, Ray Liberti,



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Willie Logan, Jr., Anne Mackenzie, Christian Meffert, Carl Ogden, John
K. Renke, Dixie N. Sansom, Ron Saunders, Art Simon, Javier D. Souto,
Joe Titone, Robert D. Trammell, Peter Rudy Wallace
Subcommittees
General Government: Simon (Chairman), Arnold, Hill, Logan, Mef-
fert, Saunders, Souto, Trammell
Local Government: Figg (Chairman), Ascherl, Crotty, Dunbar, Hol-
land, Liberti, Ogden, Titone, Wallace
Sales Tax: Burke (Chairman), Bell, Drage, Langton, Mackenzie,
Renke, Sansom, Young

Governmental Operations (Group II)
Gene Hodges (Chairman), Anne Mackenzie (Vice Chairman), Beverly
B. Burnsed, Fran Carlton, Roberto Casas, Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Jim
Frishe, Donald George Gaffney, Harry C. Goode, Jr., Marian V. Lewis,
Luis C. Morse, Jefferson Reaves, Sr., Ronald A. Silver, Hamilton D.
Upchurch, T. K. Wetherell
Subcommittees
Executive Organization: Burnsed (Chairman), Casas, Goode,
Lewis, Silver, Wetherell, Mackenzie (ex officio)
Policy & Procedure: Carlton (Chairman), Diaz-Balart, Frishe, Gaff-
ney, Morse, Reaves, Upchurch, Mackenzie (ex officio)

Health & Rehabilitative Services (Group I)
Jack N. Tobin (Chairman), Irma S. Rochlin (Vice Chairman), William
G. Bankhead, Elaine Bloom, George A. Crady, Helen Gordon Davis, Lin-
coln Diaz-Balart, Thomas B. Drage, Jr., Michael Friedman, Donald
George Gaffney, Mary Ellen Hawkins, James C. Hill, Jr., Harry Jen-
nings, Everett A. Kelly, Elizabeth Metcalf, Sandra Barringer Mortham,
Hurley W. Rudd, Dorothy Eaton Sample
Subcommittees
Aging, Mental Health & Substance Abuse: Metcalf (Chairman),
Bankhead, Crady, Diaz-Balart, Gaffney, Mortham
Health & Medical Services: Rudd (Chairman), Hill, Kelly, Rochlin,
Sample
Social, Economic & Developmental Services: Bloom (Chairman),
Davis, Drage, Friedman, Hawkins, Jennings

Health Care (Group II)
Michael I. Abrams (Chairman), Lois J. Frankel (Vice Chairman),
Samuel P. Bell, III, Charles T. Canady, Elaine Gordon, Arthur E.
Grindle, Susan Guber, Robert T. Harden, James C. Hill, Jr., C. Fred
Jones, Dennis L. Jones, James E. King, Jr., Michael E. Langton, Freder-
ick Lippman, Bruce McEwan, Vernon E. Peeples, Steve Press, David L.
Thomas
Subcommittees
Health Financing: C. F. Jones (Chairman), Gordon, Grindle, Lang-
ton, Lippman, McEwan
Health Practices: Guber (Chairman), Canady, Harden, Hill, King,
Peeples
Health Regulation: Press (Chairman), Bell, Frankel, D. L. Jones,
Thomas

Higher Education (Group II)
Ray Liberti (Chairman), Robert D. Trammell (Vice Chairman), John
F. Cosgrove, Richard Crotty, Rodolfo Garcia, Jr., Arnhilda B. Gonzalez-
Quevedo, James T. Hargrett, Jr., Bert J. Harris, Jr., Douglas L. Jamerson,
James M. Lombard, Elizabeth Metcalf, Norman Ostrau, Alzo J. Reddick,
Hurley W. Rudd, Deborah P. Sanderson, Javier D. Souto, Jack N. Tobin,
T. M. Woodruff
Subcommittees
Administration/Finance: Rudd (Chairman), Gonzalez-Quevedo,
Harris, Jamerson, Sanderson, Souto, Tobin, Trammell, Liberti (ex offi-



cio)
Oversight: Cosgrove (Chairman), Crotty, Jamerson, Lombard, Rudd,
Trammell, Liberti (ex officio)



Planning/Programs: Ostrau (Chairman), Cosgrove, Crotty, Garcia,
Hargrett, Metcalf, Reddick, Woodruff, Liberti (ex officio)

House Administration
S. L. Clements, Jr. (Chairman), James C. Burke, John K. Renke

Housing (Group IV)
Douglas L. Jamerson (Chairman), Jefferson Reaves, Sr. (Vice Chair-
man), Tom Banjanin, Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Lois J. Frankel, Harry C.
Goode, Jr., Tom Gustafson, Harry Jennings, Luis C. Morse, Vernon Pee-
ples
Subcommittees
Farmworkers' Housing: Frankel (Chairman), Diaz-Balart, Gustaf-
son, Jamerson, Morse
Housing/Homeless: Goode (Chairman), Banjanin, Jennings, Pee-
ples, Reaves

Insurance (Group I)
Carl Ogden (Chairman), Art Simon (Vice Chairman), Stan Bainter,
Samuel P. Bell, III, Peter R. Deutsch, Rodolfo Garcia, Jr., Robert T.
Harden, Douglas L. Jamerson, C. Fred Jones, Dennis L. Jones, Alfred J.
Lawson, Jr., Ray Liberti, Willie Logan, Jr., Bruce McEwan, Alzo J. Redd-
ick, Robert J. Shelley, Walter C. Young
Subcommittees
Health & Life Insurance & General Insurance Regula-
tion: Lawson (Chairman), Bainter, Garcia, C. F. Jones, Logan
Property & Casualty Insurance: Young (Chairman), Bell,
Deutsch; Harden, D. L. Jones, Reddick
Workers' Compensation: Simon (Chairman), Jamerson, Liberti,
McEwan, Shelley

International Trade & Economic Development (Group IV)
Virginia Bass (Chairman), Ronald Carl Glickman (Vice Chairman),
Michael I. Abrams, William G. Bankhead, Rodolfo Garcia, Jr., Edward
J. Healey, C. Fred Jones, James M. Lombard, Sidney Martin, Bruce
McEwan, Norman Ostrau, Hurley W. Rudd, Brian P. Rush, Deborah P.
Sanderson, Ronald A. Silver, Daniel Webster
Subcommittees
Economic Development: Ostrau (Chairman), Garcia, Martin, Rudd,
Sanderson
International Trade: Glickman (Chairman), Abrams, Bankhead,
McEwan, Silver
Small Business: Healey (Chairman), C. F. Jones, Lombard, Rush,
Webster

Judiciary (Group III)
Hamilton D. Upchurch (Chairman), Joe Titone (Vice Chairman),
Charles T. Canady, John F. Cosgrove, Helen Gordon Davis, Lincoln
Diaz-Balart, Thomas B. Drage, Jr., Peter M. Dunbar, Timothy F. Ire-
land, Alfred J. Lawson, Jr., Ray Liberti, Elvin L. Martinez, Vernon E.
Peeples, Steve Press, Brian P. Rush, Ron Saunders, Art Simon, Daniel
Webster, T. M. Woodruff
Subcommittees
Court Systems, Probate & Consumer Law: Titone (Chairman),
Cosgrove, Davis, Diaz-Balart, Drage, Lawson, Press, Saunders, Webster
Oversight: Cosgrove (Chairman), Canady, Drage, Ireland, Martinez,
Titone, Upchurch
Real Property & Family Law: Simon (Chairman), Canady,
Dunbar, Ireland, Liberti, Martinez, Peeples, Rush, Woodruff

Natural Resources (Group II)
Sidney Martin (Chairman), Alfred J. Lawson, Jr. (Vice Chairman), J.
Keith Arnold, Jack Ascherl, Stan Bainter, Virginia Bass, Roberto Casas,



S. L. Clements, Jr., George A. Crady, Richard E. Dantzler, Thomas B.
Drage, Jr., Peter M. Dunbar, Mary Figg, Michael Friedman, Alberto
Gutman, Edward J. Healey, Willie Logan, Jr., Christian Meffert, Sam



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Mitchell, Ron Saunders, Robert J. Shelley, Peggy Simone, Peter Rudy
Wallace, Daniel Webster
Subcommittees
Subcommittee. I: Arnold (Chairman), Clements, Crady, Gutman,
Lawson, Shelley
Subcommittee II: Wallace (Chairman), Bass, Dunbar, Figg, Healey,
Webster
Subcommittee III: Friedman (Chairman), Ascherl, Casas, Logan,
Saunders, Simone
Subcommittee IV: Dantzler (Chairman), Bainter, Drage, Meffert,
Mitchell

Regulated Industries & Licensing (Group III)
Christian Meffert (Chairman), Edward J. Healey (Vice Chairman),
Stan Bainter, Beverly B. Burnsed, Roberto Casas, S. L. Clements, Jr.,
Elaine Gordon, Alberto Gutman, Gene Hodges, Frances L. "Chance"
Irvine, Douglas L. Jamerson, James E. King, Jr., Dick Locke, James M.
Lombard, Anne Mackenzie, Frank S. Messersmith, Sam Mitchell, Carl
Ogden, Deborah P. Sanderson, Ronald A. Silver, T. K. Wetherell, Walter
C. Young
Subcommittees
Alcoholic Beverages & Tobacco: Mackenzie (Chairman), Bainter,
Gordon, Hodges, Irvine, Messersmith, Ogden
Pari-mutuels & the Lottery: Locke (Chairman), Burnsed, Gutman,
Lombard, Sanderson, Silver, Wetherell
Public Utilities: Healey (Chairman), Casas, Clements, Jamerson,
King, Mitchell, Young

Regulatory Reform (Group III)
Frederick Lippman (Chairman), Bert J. Harris, Jr. (Vice Chairman),
Elaine Bloom, Corrine Brown, Donald George Gaffney, Winston W.
Gardner, Jr., Elaine Gordon, Arthur E. Grindle, James T. Hargrett, Jr.,
Dennis L. Jones, Everett A. Kelly, Michael E. Langton, Joseph R.
Mackey, Jr., Elizabeth Metcalf, Luis C. Morse, Sandra Barringer
Mortham, Charles L. Nergard, Norman Ostrau, Gerald S. Rehm, Irma S.
Rochlin, Dixie N. Sansom, Robert J. Starks
Subcommittees
Business Regulation: Gordon (Chairman), Bloom, Gardner,
Grindle, Hargrett, Langton, Nergard
Professional Regulation: Kelly (Chairman), Gaffney, D. L. Jones,
Mackey, Metcalf, Morse, Sansom
Technical & Consumer Resources: Brown (Chairman), Harris,
Mortham, Ostrau, Rehm, Rochlin, Starks

Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining (Group IV)
Elvin L. Martinez (Chairman), Richard E. Dantzler (Vice Chairman),
Bill Clark, S. L. Clements, Jr., Arnhilda B. Gonzalez-Quevedo, Susan
Guber, Everett A. Kelly, Alfred J. Lawson, Jr., Elizabeth Metcalf,
Charles L. Nergard, Robert J. Shelley, Robert J. Starks, Frank Stone,
Hamilton D. Upchurch
Subcommittees
Personnel & Collective Bargaining: Clements (Chairman), Gon-
zalez-Quevedo, Guber, Kelly, Lawson, Metcalf, Shelley
Retirement: Clark (Chairman), Dantzler, Martinez, Nergard, Starks,
Stone, Upchurch

Rules & Calendar
Carl Carpenter, Jr. (Chairman), George A. Crady (Vice Chairman), J.
Keith Arnold, Samuel P. Bell, III, Beverly B. Burnsed, Winston W. Gard-
ner, Jr., Elaine Gordon, Tom Gustafson, Gene Hodges, Ronald C. John-
son, Frederick Lippman, James M. Lombard, Bruce McEwan, Christian
Meffert, Frank S. Messersmith, R. Dale Patchett, Ronald A. Silver, Art
Simon, T. K. Wetherell, T. M. Woodruff



Science & Technology (Group III)
Peter Rudy Wallace (Chairman), John Long (Vice Chairman), Michael
I. Abrams, Tom Banjanin, Lois J. Frankel, Michael Friedman, Ronald



Carl Glickman, Tom Gustafson, James C. Hill, Jr., Sidney Martin, Frank
S. Messersmith, Jefferson Reaves, Sr.
Subcommittees
Information Technology: Long (Chairman), Glickman, Gustafson,
Hill, Messersmith, Reaves
Research & Development: Friedman (Chairman), Abrams, Ban-
janin, Frankel, Martin

Tourism & Cultural Affairs (Group I)
J. Keith Arnold (Chairman), Ron Saunders (Vice Chairman), Bill
Clark, Mary Figg, Jim Frishe, Arnhilda B. Gonzalez-Quevedo, Arthur E.
Grindle, Bolley L. Johnson, Elvin L. Martinez, Charles L. Nergard, Jef-
ferson Reaves, Sr., Brian P. Rush, Deborah P. Sanderson, Peter Rudy
Wallace
Subcommittees
Cultural Affairs: Rush (Chairman), Clark, Frishe, Martinez, Ner-
gard, Sanderson, Wallace, Arnold (ex officio)
Tourism: Saunders (Chairman), Figg, Gonzalez-Quevedo, Grindle, B.
L. Johnson, Reaves, Arnold (ex officio)

Transportation (Group I)
Beverly B. Burnsed (Chairman), James T. Hargrett, Jr. (Vice Chair-
man), Virginia Bass, Corrine Brown, Fran Carlton, Harry C. Goode, Jr.,
Susan Guber, Carol G. Hanson, Edward J. Healey, Frederick Lippman,
James M. Lombard, John Long, Sidney Martin, Luis C. Morse, Norman
Ostrau, Vernon E. Peeples, Gerald S. Rehm, Dixie N. Sansom, Ronald A.
Silver, Peggy Simone, David W. Troxler, Daniel Webster, T. K. Wether-
ell
Subcommittees
Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles: Carlton (Chairman), Goode,
Lippman, Long, Martin, Morse, Sansom, Silver, Simone, Troxler,
Wetherell
Transportation Facilities & Services: Guber (Chairman), Bass,
Brown, Hanson, Hargrett, Healey, Lombard, Ostrau, Peeples, Rehm,
Webster

Veterans, Military Affairs & Emergency Preparedness
(Group IV)
Dick Locke (Chairman), Joseph R. Mackey, Jr. (Vice Chairman), Irlo
Bronson, Jr., Jim Frishe, Donald George Gaffney, Bert J. Harris, Jr.,
Timothy F. Ireland, Frances L. 'Chance" Irvine, James E. King, Jr.,
Marian V. Lewis, John Long
Subcommittees
Emergency Preparedness: Long (Chairman), Bronson, Frishe,
Harris, Lewis, Locke (ex officio)
Military & Veterans Affairs: Gaffney (Chairman), Ireland, Irvine,
King, Long, Mackey, Locke (ex officio)

Youth (Group IV)
Alzo J. Reddick (Chairman), John F. Cosgrove (Vice Chairman), Helen
Gordon Davis, Michael Friedman, Robert T. Harden, James C. Hill, Jr.,
Sam Mitchell, Sandra Barringer Mortham, Irma S. Rochlin, Thomas J.
Tobiassen, David W. Troxler
Subcommittees
Juvenile Justice: Tobiassen (Chairman), Cosgrove, Hill, Mitchell,
Mortham
Youth Welfare: Davis (Chairman), Cosgrove, Friedman, Harden,
Rochlin, Troxler

Ad Hoc and Other Committees

Aging (ad hoc) (Group VI)
Elizabeth Metcalf (Chairman), Peter R. Deutsch, Lois J. Frankel,
Ronald Carl Glickman, Arnhilda B. Gonzalez-Quevedo, Alberto Gutman



Children (ad hoc) (Group VI)
Helen Gordon Davis (Chairman), Steve Press (Vice Chairman),
Michael I. Abrams, Elaine Bloom, Corrine Brown, Richard Crotty,



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Edward J. Healey, James C. Hill, Jr., Douglas L. Jamerson, Peter Rudy
Wallace

Privatization & Efficiency (ad hoc) (Group VI)
Peter R. Deutsch (Chairman), Willie Logan, Jr., Dorothy Eaton
Sample

Intern & Oversight (Group VI) Chapter 11.30, Florida Statutes
Michael E. Langton (Chairman), Beverly B. Burnsed, Robert T.
Harden, John K. Renke


House Members of Joint
Legislative Standing Committees
(Group VI)



OF REPRESENTATIVES April 7, 1987

Joint Legislative Auditing
Mary Figg (Chairman), C. Fred Jones, Norman Ostrau, Peggy Simone,
T. K. Wetherell

Joint Legislative Information Technology Resource
Anne Mackenzie (Chairman), Winston W. Gardner, Jr., Frank S.
Messersmith

Advisory Council on Intergovernmental Relations
Thomas J. Tobiassen (Chairman), Carol G. Hanson, Everett A. Kelly,
Charles L. Nergard

Joint Legislative Management
Charles R. Smith (Chairman), S. L. Clements, Jr., John K. Renke



Joint Administrative Procedures
Richard E. Dantzler, Peter M. Dunbar, Brian P. Rush










JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



RULES

of the

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

for 1987


Rule One

Officers and Employees



1.1-Election of Speaker, Speaker pro tempore, Minority
Leader and Minority Leader pro tempore
A Speaker and a Speaker pro tempore shall be elected at the Organiza-
tion Session of the House. They are to continue in office until their suc-
cessors are chosen and qualified or until the expiration of their term,
whichever shall first occur. The Speaker and Speaker pro tempore shall
take an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and of the
State of Florida, and for the true and faithful discharge of their duties of
office to the best of knowledge and ability.
The minority party shall elect, at a Minority Caucus to be held during
the Organization Session of the House of Representatives, a Minority
Leader and a Minority Leader pro tempore, the names of whom shall be
certified to the Clerk of the House. They shall continue in office until
their successors are chosen and qualified or until the expiration of their
terms, whichever shall first occur.

1.2-Election by Ballot
The election of the Speaker, the Speaker pro tempore, the Minority
Leader and the Minority Leader pro tempore shall be by ballot. The
Speaker and the Speaker pro tempore shall be elected by the full mem-
bership of the House. The Minority Leader and the Minority Leader pro
tempore shall be elected by the members of the minority party. In all
cases of ballot, a majority of the votes cast shall be necessary to win an
election. Where there shall not be a majority on the first ballot, the Mem-
bers voting shall then ballot on the two names receiving the higher
number of votes on the first ballot. Upon the request of five Members,
the vote of each Member present shall be entered upon the Journal.

1.3-Election of Clerk of the House
There shall be a Clerk who shall be elected for a period of two years
and shall keep open the Office of the Clerk during and between sessions
of the Legislature on a permanent basis. A permanent staff of assistants
shall be appointed to efficiently transact such business as assigned, or
required by law or by rules of the House, during and between sessions of
the Legislature. The Clerk shall take an oath to support the Constitution
of the United States and of the State of Florida, and for the true and
faithful discharge of the duties of office to the best of knowledge and abil-
ity.

1.4-Minority Leader's Responsibilities
The Minority Leader shall be responsible for the organization, control
and supervision of the Minority Office, including the administration of
the approved budget for the operation of the Minority Office. The Minor-
ity Leader shall also be responsible for assigning, coordinating and super-
vising the work of the Minority Office staff. He shall perform all other
coordinating activities and duties relating to the minority party. A major-
ity of the minority members in caucus may confer such additional duties
on the Minority Leader as may be deemed necessary.

1.5-Minority Leader pro tempore
In the temporary absence of the Minority Leader, the Minority Leader
pro tempore shall assume the duties and functions of the office of Minor-
ity Leader. In the event the office of Minority Leader is vacated, nothing
herein shall preclude a majority of minority party members in caucus
from electing a new Minority Leader.

1.6-Designation of Sergeant at Arms; Employment, Compen-
sation and Dismissal of Employees
The Speaker shall, with the advice and consent of the Members, desig-
nate the Sergeant at Arms. The Speaker shall employ all employees of



the House and shall determine their qualifications, hours of work, and
compensation, including leave, perquisites and other benefits. The
Speaker shall have the right to dismiss any employee of the House and
the pay of such employee shall stop on the day of dismissal.

1.7-Employees Forbidden to Lobby
No employee of the House shall, directly or indirectly, be interested or
concerned with the passage or consideration of any bill except duly
authorized members of the staff designated in writing by a Member of
the House with authority over the designated staff member as provided
in Rule 13.1. If any employee exhibits an improper interest or concern
with any bill it shall be grounds for dismissal pursuant to Rule 1.6.

1.8-Hours of Employment and Duties of Employees; Absence;
Political Activity
Employees shall perform the duties allotted to them by custom and by
rule of the House and by order of the Speaker. All full-time employees
shall observe a minimum of a forty hour work week unless absence from
duty is authorized by the appropriate authority. If employees are absent
without prior permission, save for just cause, they shall be dismissed pur-
suant to Rule 1.6 or forfeit compensation for the period of absence upon
the recommendation of the Committee on House Administration to the
Speaker.
Employees of the House shall be regulated concerning their political
activity pursuant to Section 110.233, F.S.

1.9-Duties of Employees; Use of Long-distance Lines
Long-distance lines shall not be used by employees for personal pur-
poses and any employee using a long-distance line for such purposes shall
be subject to immediate dismissal.

1.10-Designation of Majority Leader, Majority Whip
There shall be a Majority Leader and a Majority Whip, each of whom
shall be designated by the Speaker to serve at his pleasure and to perform
such duties as may be assigned by the Speaker from time to time.

Rule Two

The Speaker

2.1-Calling the House to Order; and Correction of the Journal
The Speaker shall take the chair on every legislative day precisely at
the hour to which the House adjourned at the last sitting, immediately
call the Members to order and, on the appearance of a quorum, cause
prayer to be said and the Journal of the previous proceedings to be cor-
rected, and proceed to other business.

2.2-Speaker Preserves Order on Floor, in Galleries and
Lobby
The Speaker shall preserve order and decorum, and, in case of disturb-
ance or disorderly conduct in the galleries, or in the lobby, may cause the
same to be cleared.

2.3-Speaker's Control of Chamber, Corridors, and Rooms
The Speaker shall have general control of the Chamber of the House,
and of the corridors, passages and rooms assigned to the House.

2.4-Speaker's Signature to Acts, Warrants, etc.; Decision of
Questions of Order Subject to Appeal; and Approval of
Legal Proceedings
The Speaker shall sign all acts, joint resolutions, resolutions, memori-
als, writs, vouchers for expenditures chargeable to the House or other
papers issued by the House. The Speaker shall decide all questions of
order subject to an appeal by any Member. The Speaker may require the
Member raising a point of order to cite the rule or other authority in sup-
port of the question. Upon appeal, no Member (except the Member
taking the appeal) shall speak more than once, save by permission of the
House. The Member taking the appeal shall have the right to speak five
minutes in closing the debate.



The Speaker or the Committee on Rules & Calendar may authorize
counsel to initiate, defend, intervene in, or otherwise participate in any
suit on behalf of the House, a committee of the House, a Member of the



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House (whether in the legal capacity of Member or taxpayer), a former
Member of the House, or an officer or employee of the House, when such
suit is determined by the Speaker to be of significant interest to the
House and when it is determined by the Speaker that the interests of the
House would not otherwise be adequately represented. Expenses
incurred for legal services in such proceedings may be paid upon approval
of the Speaker.

2.5-The Speaker's Vote
The Speaker shall not be required to vote in legislative proceedings
other than on final passage of a bill, except where the Speaker's vote
would be decisive. In all yea and nay votes, the Speaker's name shall be
called last.

2.6-Speaker pro tempore
The Speaker shall have the right to name any Member to perform the
duties of the Chair, but such substitution shall not extend beyond one
legislative day. In the Speaker's absence and omission to make such
appointment, the Speaker pro tempore shall act during the Speaker's
absence. In the event of an interim vacancy of the office of Speaker,
through death or resignation, or in the event of disability of the Speaker,
the Speaker pro tempore and such other officers as are listed in Section
11.15(3), F.S., shall temporarily and for the period of vacancy or disabil-
ity conduct the necessary business of the House.

Rule Three

The Clerk

3.1-Clerk's Duties at Organization
The Clerk of the preceding session shall, at the beginning of the Orga-
nization Session of the Legislature, call the Members to order, proceed to
call the roll of Members by districts in numerical order, and pending the
election of a Speaker or Speaker pro tempore, preserve order and deco-
rum, and decide all questions of order subject to appeal by any Member.
The duties of this section may be delegated by the Clerk to any Member.

3.2-Duties Generally; Keeps Journal
The Clerk shall cause to be kept a correct Journal of the proceedings
of the House, and this Journal shall be numbered serially from the first
day of each session of the Legislature. As Enrolling Clerk, ex officio, and
as Clerk, the Clerk of the House shall superintend the engrossing, enroll-
ing and transmitting of bills, resolutions and memorials; shall not permit
any records or papers belonging to the House to be taken out of the
Clerk's custody other than in the regular course of business and only then
upon receipt and shall report any missing papers to the Speaker.

3.3-Prepares Calendars
The Clerk shall prepare a Daily Calendar which shall set forth: (1) the
order of business; (2) the nature of the committee report on each bill, i.e.,
whether favorable, favorable with committee amendments or favorable
with committee substitute, and (3) the status of each bill, i.e., whether on
second or third reading.
The Clerk shall publish, from time to time, an Interim Calendar which
shall record the receipt of profiled bills and the Speaker's reference of
them, notices of committee meetings, committee actions upon profiled
bills, and such other information as may be useful, including membership
of standing committees and subcommittees. This Interim Calendar, with
notice of committee meetings, shall be mailed to all Members of the Leg-
islature and other persons requesting this service, at least seven calendar
days prior to such meeting if practicable.

3.4-Reads Papers, Calls Roll
The Clerk shall have read to the House all papers ordered to be read;
note responses of Members when the roll is called to determine the pres-
ence of a quorum; call the roll and note the answers of Members when a
question is taken by yeas and nays; assist, under the direction of the
Speaker, in taking the count when any vote of the House is taken by a
show of hands or otherwise.

3.5-Attests Writs; Certifies Passage
The Clerk shall attest to all writs, authorizations for payment issued by
order of the House, and to the passage of all bills.

3.6-Prepares Prinmted Forms and Distributes Documents



The Clerk shall prepare the copy for all printed forms used by the
House. The Clerk shall have the responsibility for distribution of docu-
ments originating in the Office of the Clerk.



3.7-Assigns Assistants
The Clerk shall assign such assistants as may be authorized by the
Speaker for the performance of the duties required of the Clerk. These
assistants shall be subject to the Clerk's orders. In the necessary absence
of the Clerk, a deputy designated by the Clerk shall serve as Acting Clerk
with authority to sign on behalf of the Clerk, documents which the Clerk
is authorized to sign by law or rule. The Clerk shall, however, be responsi-
ble for authorized actions taken by the designated deputy.

3.8-Responsibility for Legal Form of Bills, etc.
The Clerk shall examine bills upon their tender for introduction to
determine whether superficially these meet the requirements of the Con-
stitution for the presence of the enacting or resolving clause or provision
in local bills for advertising or for referendum; but beyond calling an
apparent defect to the attention of the sponsor, the obligation of the
Clerk shall end and responsibility for legal and constitutional correctness
shall be that solely of the sponsor.

3.9-Keeps Indices
The Clerk shall maintain, in addition to a numerical index of bills, a
cumulative index of bills by their sponsors.

Rule Four

The Sergeant at Arms, Chaplain

4.1-Sergeant at Arms Enforces Authority of House
The Sergeant at Arms shall attend the House during its sittings, main-
tain order under the direction of the Speaker or Member performing the
duties of the Chair, and, pending the election of a Speaker or Speaker pro
tempore at the beginning of the Organization Session of the Legislature,
under the direction of the Clerk of the House, execute the commands of
the House, and all processes issued by authority thereof, directed to the
Sergeant at Arms.

4.2-General Duties of the Sergeant at Arms
The Sergeant at Arms shall enforce strictly the rules relating to the
privileges of the Chamber and be responsible to the Speaker for the offi-
cial conduct of doorkeepers and other employees of the Sergeant's office.
The Sergeant at Arms shall assign such undesignated assistants as the
Speaker authorizes.

4.3-Sergeant at Arms the Custodian of Furniture, Books, etc.
The Sergeant at Arms shall, annually, take an inventory of all the fur-
niture, books, and other public property in the several committee and
other rooms under the Sergeant's charge, and report the same to the
Speaker. The Sergeant at Arms shall do whatever is reasonable and
proper for the expedition of the business of the House.

4.4-The Sergeant at Arms Clears the Floor of Unauthorized
Persons
The Sergeant at Arms shall, fifteen minutes before the hour of the
meeting of the House each day, see that the floor is cleared of all persons
except those privileged to remain, and the Sergeant at Arms shall do
whatever may be possible and proper to keep the public corridors outside
the Chamber free of loiterers so the Members will not be impeded in their
passage.

4.5-Supervision of Sergeant at Arms
The Sergeant at Arms shall be under the direct supervision of the
Speaker.

4.6-Duties of the Chaplain
A Chaplain shall attend at the beginning of each day's sitting of the
House and open the same with prayer. In the absence of a Chaplain, the
Speaker may designate someone else to offer prayer.

Rule Five

The Members



5.1-Members Shall Vote
Every Member shall be within the House Chamber during its sittings
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put, except that no Member shall be permitted to vote on any question
immediately concerning his private rights as distinct from the public
interest. This rule shall not abridge the right of a Member to enter on the
Journal his reasons for such abstention pursuant to Rule 5.10.

5.2-Excused Absence
The Speaker may excuse any Member from attendance on the House
and its committees for any stated period, and such excused absence shall
be noted on the Journal.

5.3-Possession of Bills
No Member or any other person shall take possession of an original bill
with the intention of depriving the Legislature of its availability for con-
sideration. The responsibility for the safekeeping of original bills shall
vest in the Clerk of the House or, after being committed to a committee,
in the committee chairman. The committee chairman may authorize a
staff member to sign for bills.

5.4-Members Deemed Present Unless Excused
Any Member, having answered roll call (taken either orally or by the
voting machine) at the opening of any daily session, or who enters after
roll call and informs the Clerk of his presence, shall thereafter be deemed
as present unless leave of absence is obtained from the Speaker.

5.5-Contested Seat
In cases of contest for a seat in the House, notice setting forth the
grounds of such contest shall be given by the contestant to the House
within three calendar days after the House first convenes, and in such
case, the contest shall be determined by majority vote as speedily as rea-
sonably possible.

5.6-Legislative Conduct
Legislative office is a trust to be performed with integrity in the public
interest. A Member of the House is jealous of the confidence placed in
him by the people. By personal example and by admonition to colleagues
whose behavior may threaten the honor of the lawmaking body, he shall
watchfully guard the responsibility of his office.

5.7-Improper Influence
A Member of the House shall accept nothing which reasonably may be
construed to improperly influence his official act, decision or vote.

5.8-Conflicting Employment
A Member of the House shall not allow his personal employment to
impair his independence of judgment in the exercise of his official duties.

5.9-Conflict of Interest
A Member of the House shall not directly or indirectly receive or agree
to receive any compensation for any services rendered or to be rendered
either by himself or another when such activity is in substantial conflict
with his duties as a Member of the House.

5.10-Disclosure Disqualification
A Member of the House prior to taking any action or voting upon any
bill in which he has a personal, private or professional interest which
inures to his special private gain, or the special gain of any principal by
whom he is retained or employed, shall disclose the nature of his interest
as a public record in a memorandum filed with the Clerk of the House
and published in the Journal of the House. Upon disclosure, such
Member may disqualify himself from voting on a bill in which he has a
conflict of interest pursuant to Rule 5.1.

5.11-Legislative Employees
Each Member of the House shall be responsible for calling the provi-
sions of Rule 1.7 of the House to the attention of any staff for which the
Member is directly responsible.

5.12-Advisory Opinions
A Member of the House, when in doubt about the applicability and



interpretation of this Rule in a particular context, shall submit in writing
the facts of the situation to a committee designated by the Speaker to
have responsibility for the ethical conduct of Members with a request for



an advisory opinion to establish the standard of public duty. An advisory
opinion shall be rendered by the committee, all of said opinions to be
numbered, dated, and published in the Journal of the House. Said opin-
ions shall not identify the Member of the House seeking the opinion
unless such Member so requests.

5.13-Appearance Before Committee
Any Member requesting an opinion from the committee so designated
under Rule 5.12, after submitting the facts of the situation in writing,
may appear in person before the committee.

5.14-Penalties for Violations
Separately from any prosecutions or penalties otherwise provided by
law, any Member of the House determined to have violated the foregoing
requirements of this Rule shall be censured, reprimanded, placed on pro-
bation or expelled. Such determination and disciplinary action shall be
taken by a two-thirds vote of the House, except that expulsions shall
require two-thirds vote of the membership, upon recommendation of the
committee so designated under Rule 5.12. This committee, before making
said recommendation, shall conduct a hearing, after notifying the House
Member alleged to have violated this Rule and granting said Member an
opportunity to appear at the hearing. The Member who is under investi-
gation shall have a right to testify on his own behalf, cross examine the
witnesses against him, compel the attendance and testimony of witnesses
on his own behalf before the committee shall make a recommendation to
the House.

5.15-Felony Indictment or Information of Member
(a) If an indictment or information for a felony, which relates to the
Member's responsibility as a public officer, is filed against a Member of
the House, the Member indicted or informed against may request the
Speaker to excuse the Member, without pay, from all privileges of mem-
bership of the House pending final adjudication.
(b) If the indictment or information is either nolle pressed or dis-
missed, or if the Member is found not guilty of the felonies charged,
which relate to the Member's responsibility as a public officer, or lesser
included felonies, which relate to the Member's responsibility as a public
officer, then that Member shall be paid all back pay and other benefits
retroactive to the date the Member was excused.

5.16-Felony Guilty Plea of a Member
A Member who enters a plea of guilty or nolo contender (no contest)
to a felony, which relates to the Member's responsibility as a public offi-
cer, shall be suspended immediately, without a hearing, without pay,
from all privileges of membership of the House through the remainder of
that Member's term.

5.17-Felony Conviction of a Member
A Member convicted of a felony, which relates to the Member's respon-
sibility as a public officer, shall be suspended immediately, without a
hearing, without pay, from all privileges of membership of the House
pending appellate action or the end of that Member's term whichever
occurs first. If the final appellate decision is to sustain the conviction on
a felony, which relates to the Member's responsibility as a public officer,
then that Member's suspension shall continue to the end of that
Member's term; if the final appellate decision is to vacate the conviction
and there is a rehearing, the Member shall be subject to Rule 5.15; if the
final appellate decision is to vacate the conviction and no felony charges,
which relate to the Member's responsibility as a public officer, remain
against that Member, that Member shall be entitled to restitution of back
pay and other benefits retroactive to the date of suspension.

5.18-Transition from Office
A Member of the House who will not be a Member at the next ensuing
regular session of the legislature because of failure to be re-elected at the
general election shall be entitled to a two-week transition period in which
to close out the duties of his office. The transition period shall begin at
the expiration of a Member's term. A former Member shall not be enti-



tied to salary during the transition period, but shall receive a pro rata
portion of the statutory monthly intradistrict expense entitlement for
Members of the legislature.



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A former Member's staff shall be entitled to a pro rata salary during
such period, provided said staff performs all transitional duties assigned
by the former Member.
A former Member desiring transitional funds shall submit a request in
writing to the Clerk of the House for the expenditure of such funds.
Transitional funds provided pursuant to this Rule shall be from House
funds, the expenditure of which shall be considered for a public purpose.
Rule Six

Standing and Select
Committees and Subcommittees
6.1-Standing Committees
The Speaker shall, beginning with the Organization Session, appoint
the members of the following standing committees:
Agriculture
Appropriations
Commerce
Community Affairs
Corrections, Probation & Parole
Criminal Justice
Education, K-12
Ethics & Elections
Finance & Taxation
Governmental Operations
Health & Rehabilitative Services
Health Care
Higher Education
House Administration
Housing
Insurance
International Trade & Economic Development
Judiciary
Natural Resources
Regulated Industries & Licensing
Regulatory Reform
Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining
Rules & Calendar
Science & Technology
Tourism & Cultural Affairs
Transportation
Veterans, Military Affairs & Emergency Preparedness
Youth
He shall give notice of such establishment and appointment in writing
to the Clerk of the House for publication in the Interim Calendar and the
Session Journal.
6.2-Subcommittees
The Speaker shall establish standing subcommittees and appoint their
members. He shall give notice of such establishment and appointment in
writing to the Clerk of the House for publication in the Interim Calendar
and the Session Journal. He shall consult the chairmen of the parent
committees regarding appointment of subcommittees.
6.3-Committees Other Than Standing
The Speaker shall, in his discretion or as authorized by the House,
create and appoint select committees, designating the chairmen and vice
chairmen thereof. Select committees may introduce or receive by refer-
ence legislation only if clothed by the House with this power. Select com-
mittees shall be subject to the rules of standing committees.
Organization of Committees
6.4-Number of Members
All standing committees, with the exception of the Committee on
House Administration, shall consist of not less than five nor more than
thirty-three members, except that the Committee on Appropriations may
have a maximum of thirty-seven members.
The Speaker pro tempore shall, ex officio, be an additional voting
member of each standing committee. However, for the purpose of



quorum, the Speaker pro tempore shall not be included in the member-
ship of a committee.
6.5-Grouping of Standing Committees
The Speaker shall group the standing committees, with the exception
of the Committee on House Administration and the Committee on Rules



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& Calendar, in such manner as to provide each with an opportunity to
meet without conflict of its members with the meetings of other standing
committees to which they have been appointed.
6.6-Days and Hours Reserved for Meetings
The Speaker shall, for the first twenty calendar days of a regular ses-
sion, reserve the days and hours for the regular meetings of each standing
committee. After the first twenty days, the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar shall provide, as need appears, a schedule of days and hours for com-
mittee meetings for the remainder of the session.
6.7-Meetings During Extended and Special Sessions
During extended and special sessions, committees shall meet at the call
of chairmen as business requires.
Presiding Officers
6.8-Officers of Committees
The Speaker shall designate one member of each standing or select
committee as chairman and another as vice chairman.
6.9-Authority of Vice Chairman
In the event of the death, incapacity, or resignation of a chairman, the
vice chairman shall perform the necessary duties of the office until the
Speaker names a successor to the chairman.
6.10-Temporary Presiding Officer
In the absence of the chairman and vice chairman from a scheduled
meeting, the Speaker may designate one of the remaining members as the
temporary presiding officer.
6.11-Removal of Chairman
A committee chairman may be removed at any time by the Speaker for
cause or pursuant to the following procedure:
(a) A petition requesting removal is to be signed by two-thirds of the
members, exclusive of the chairman, of that standing committee.
(b) Upon a member or members drawing a petition for circulation to
members of a committee, a copy of such petition shall be first provided
to the chairman of the committee as notification of intent to seek removal
prior to soliciting or obtaining any member's signature.
(c) The Speaker shall announce receipt of the petition to the House.
(d) No sooner than seventy-two hours after such announcement, unless
a sufficient number of committee members by affidavit withdraw their
signatures from the petition so that the two-thirds number of the
required members is lost, the Speaker shall put the question of removal
of the chairman to the full House.
(e) If a majority of the House shall vote to remove a chairman following
such petition, the Speaker shall immediately remove said chairman and
shall appoint a different chairman as soon as practicable.
(f) Removal by committee petition shall be available only once by such
committee in any regular session.
6.12-Chairman's Authority; Appeals
The chairman shall sign all notices, vouchers, subpoenas or reports
required or permitted by these Rules. He shall decide all questions of
order, subject to an appeal by any committee member, and the appeal
shall be certified by the chairman to the House for a decision by the
Speaker during the daily session of the House next following such certifi-
cation. The ruling shall be entered in the Journal, shall constitute bind-
ing precedent on all committees of the House, and shall be subject to
appeal as any other question. The chairman may, or on the vote of a
majority of the committee members present shall, certify a question of
parliamentary procedure to the Speaker as contemplated by the Rule
without a formal appeal. Such a certified question shall be disposed of by
the Speaker as if it had been on appeal. The certification of an appeal or
of a question of parliamentary procedure pursuant to this Rule shall not
constitute an automatic stay to further legislative action on the measure
under consideration.



Meetings of Committees
6.13-Meetings of Standing and Select Committees and Sub-
committees
Standing and select committees and subcommittees shall meet at the
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presiding officer, or by three or more members who shall give notice in
writing as otherwise required.

6.14-Notice to the Public
Committees shall regularly meet in the room assigned for their use by
the Sergeant at Arms, and notice of such assignment shall be posted per-
manently on a bulletin board provided for this purpose in the public cor-
ridor leading into the Chamber of the House.

6.15-Evening Meetings
The committee chairman may arrange with the Sergeant at Arms for
evening or other special meetings; provided, however, that no committee
meeting shall last beyond 10:00 p.m. unless granted special leave by the
Speaker to do so.

6.16-Committees Meeting During House Session
No committee shall meet while the House is in session without special
leave, except the Committee on Rules & Calendar and conference com-
mittees.

6.17-Consideration of Bills, Including Proposed Committee
Bills
The chairman or, in his absence, the vice chairman or temporary pre-
siding officer, of any standing committee or subcommittee or a select
committee which the House has clothed with the power of a standing
committee, except conference committees, shall give prior notice in writ-
ing of the intention to take up any bill or proposed bill. Except when sit-
ting as a committee considering the substance of legislation, the Commit-
tee on Rules & Calendar and the Committee on House Administration
shall be exempt from this requirement.
Proposed committee bills (PCBs) shall be treated as other bills in
meeting the requirements for notice. (See: Rules 6.18, 6.19, 6.20) The
committee staff director or committee secretary shall provide a copy of
any PCB to each committee member no later than the time of posting of
"notice/agenda and make copies of PCBs available upon request to other
Members of the Legislature and to the general public. Delivery to com-
mittee members shall be by mail during the interim and to House offices
when the House is in session. A PCB taken up without the committee
conforming to this Rule shall be regarded as being considered in work-
shop session only with final action carried over to a future meeting of the
committee at which the above stated requirements have been met.

6.18-Time Required for Advance Notice
During the first forty-five calendar days of a regular session, the prior
notice shall be given two days (excluding Saturday and Sunday) in
advance of the meeting. If the notice is given by 4:30 p.m., a bill or pro-
posed bill may be heard at any time on the second succeeding day. After
the forty-fifth calendar day and during any extended or special session,
the notice shall be given two hours in advance of the proposed meeting.

6.19-Nature and Distribution of Notice
A notice shall include a listing and sufficient title for identification of
any and all bills or proposed bills to be considered either by a committee
or subcommittee, including those bills in reports of subcommittees to a
parent committee and bills pending on reconsideration.
A notice shall state the date, time and place of meeting and be given
to the Clerk of the House, the Sergeant at Arms, the sponsor, the mem-
bers of the committee, and any Member who has given the chairman
timely written notice of his desire to be notified on a specific bill. The
Sergeant at Arms, in receipting for notices, shall show the day and hour
of receipt.
Whenever timely, the Clerk shall enter notices in the Calendar.

6.20-Notices of Meetings Between Sessions
Before any committee holds a meeting for the purpose of considering
a profiled bill or proposed committee bill (PCB) during the period when
the Legislature is not in session, a notice of such meeting shall be filed
with the Clerk and the Sergeant at Arms no later than fourteen calendar
days before the Friday preceding the week of the meeting. The committee



secretary separately shall send copies of notice to the members of the
committee, sponsors of the bill and to such other persons who have
requested notice.



6.21-Unfavorable Report Without Required Notice
Any bill reported unfavorably without the required notice and the
opportunity to be heard having been given the sponsor, shall be recom-
mitted to the committee reporting the same upon a point of order having
been made within three legislative days after such report has been
printed in the Journal. This privilege shall also extend to any Member,
not a sponsor, who has given the chairman timely written notice of his
desire to be notified on a specific bill. The committee to which the bill is
recommitted shall proceed to reconsider the bill and report as if origi-
nally referred.

6.22-Attendance Upon Meetings Required
A member shall be expected to attend all meetings of committees to
which appointed, unless excused by the chairman or, during sessions,
from attendance upon a daily session through notice to the Clerk of the
House. Excuse from House session shall constitute excuse from that day's
committee meetings.
Failure to attend two consecutive meetings, unless excused, shall con-
stitute automatic withdrawal from the committee and create a vacancy.
Upon notification by the chairman of the committee, the Speaker shall
make an appointment to such vacancy.

6.23-Recessed Meetings
A committee may continue the consideration of properly noticed legis-
lation after the expiration of the time set for the meeting if a majority of
the committee members present agree to temporarily recess to continue
the meeting at a time and place certain on the same day.

6.24-Reconsideration in Committee
Rules of the House shall govern proceedings in committee insofar as
these are applicable except that a motion for reconsideration shall be
treated in the following manner:
(a) When a question has been decided by a committee, any member
voting with the prevailing side or any member, when the vote was a tie
or by voice, may move for reconsideration instanter or leave the motion
pending. By a two-thirds vote, the committee may take up for immediate
disposition any motion to reconsider left pending. The motion to recon-
sider may be made at any time during the same meeting prior to the
adoption of a motion to rise or to the committee's rising without motion
upon the time of adjournment having arrived.
(b) A motion to reconsider having been made and left pending, the
motion shall be a special and continuing order of business for the next
succeeding committee meeting and, unless considered at that meeting on
the request of any member of the committee, shall be deemed abandoned
and the committee secretary shall forthwith report the bill to the Clerk
of the House.
(c) A motion to reconsider a collateral matter must be disposed of
during the course of consideration of the main subject to which it is
related.
(d) If the committee shall refuse to reconsider or, upon reconsideration,
shall confirm its prior decision, no further motion to reconsider shall be
in order except upon unanimous consent of the committee members pres-
ent.
(e) During the last five legislative days of a regular session or at any
time during an extended or special session, the motion to reconsider shall
be disposed of when made.
(f) If no motion is made at the meeting when a bill has been considered
and decided, the committee secretary shall forthwith report the bill to the
Clerk of the House.

6.25-Open Meetings
All meetings of all committees shall be open to the public at all times,
subject always to the authority of the presiding officer to maintain order
and decorum.

6.26-Unfavorable Reports
A bill reported unfavorably to the Clerk of the House shall be laid upon
the table. A bill may be taken from the table upon the motion of any
Member, adopted by a two-thirds vote of the Members present, after
debate not to exceed six minutes evenly divided between proponents and
opponents of the motion.



6.27-Authority Over Subcommittees
Each subcommittee is a part of its parent committee, and shall be sub-
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mittee may, by the vote of a majority of its members, withdraw a bill
referred to a subcommittee at any time prior to a report having been
voted by the subcommittee.

6.28-Reference of Bills to Subcommittees
The chairman of a standing committee, upon receipt of a bill from the
Clerk of the House, shall either refer the bill to a subcommittee or agenda
the bill for a meeting of the standing committee. Reference to a subcom-
mittee shall constitute "action" when the reference has been ratified or
confirmed by vote of the parent committee.
In either event, the chairman shall concurrently notify the Clerk of the
House of the action on forms provided for that report.

6.29-Request for Committee Consideration
Upon the written request of a sponsor (or, in the case of a Senate bill,
any House Member) to the chairman of the committee in possession of
a bill, given fourteen calendar days after the bill has been received by the
committee (thirty days in the case of the Committee on Appropriations
or the Committee on Finance & Taxation), the chairman shall set a time
for consideration which shall be no later than seven calendar days there-
after. If the bill is not acted upon within said time period, the bill may
be withdrawn from the committee upon point of order. Reference by the
committee to a subcommittee, or ratification by the committee of a chair-
man's reference, shall be construed as "action."

Voting in Committee

6.30-Voting in Committee
A majority of the members present of a committee or subcommittee, a
quorum having been established, shall agree by their recorded votes upon
the disposition of any bill or other matter considered by the committee
or subcommittee.

6.31-Proxy Voting Prohibited
No member of a committee or subcommittee shall be allowed under
any circumstance to vote by proxy. Absent members may have recorded
an indication of how they would have voted if present but this shall not
be counted on a roll call.

6.32-Reports by Poll Prohibited
No committee or subcommittee shall file a report unless the committee
or subcommittee has met at an authorized time and place, with a quorum
present. If any matter is reported on the basis of a poll, such matter shall
be recommitted by the Speaker or chairman to the committee or subcom-
mittee upon a point of order.

Committee Reports

6.33-Deleted November 18, 1980

6.34-Nature and Contents of Reports
It shall be the duty of committees to report all bills referred to them
either favorably, favorably with committee amendment, favorably with
committee substitute, or unfavorably, but never "without recommenda-
tion." A motion to lay a bill "on the table" shall be construed as a motion
to report the pending bill unfavorably.
Each report of a committee shall contain the action of the committee
on the bill being transmitted, together with a Committee Information
Record stating (a) the time and place of the meeting at which the action
was taken, (b) the name and address of each person addressing the com-
mittee relative to the measure and, if any agent, the interest represented,
and (c) the vote of each member of the committee on the motion to report
each bill.
Each report by a committee shall set forth the identifying number of
the bill, and, if amendments are proposed by the committee, the words
"with amendments" shall follow the identifying number. For the purpose
of documentation, committees shall retain copies of committee reports



and amendments adopted, rejected, or withdrawn with the committee
action noted thereon. After the committee report has been filed with the
Clerk of the House as provided in these Rules, he shall preserve the Com-
mittee Information Record for the convenient inspection of the public
during the legislative session and afterwards deliver it to the Secretary of
State.



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mittee shall designate one of its members as the temporary presiding offi-
cer.

6.46-Recording Secretary
The chairman of the parent committee, in consultation with the staff
director, shall designate a staff person to serve as the recorder for sub-



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6.35-Where Delivered
Committee reports, either favorable or unfavorable, shall be delivered
to the Clerk of the House at a designated place in the office of the Clerk
no later than 4:30 p.m. of a legislative day. The original bill(s) must
accompany the report.

6.36-How Authenticated
A committee report shall be signed by the chairman or, in his absence,
the vice chairman or temporary presiding officer, using forms prescribed
by the Clerk of the House.

6.37-Placement on Calendar
Bills reported favorably by all committees of reference shall be placed
by the Clerk of the House on the Calendar in numerical order at the
appropriate reading.

6.38-Journal Entry
As bills are reported, the identifying number of a bill together with the
action of the committee, whether favorable, unfavorable, favorable with
amendment, or favorable with substitute, shall be entered in the Journal.

6.39-Committee Amendments
Committee amendments shall be typewritten in full on the prescribed
forms, numbered serially with any title amendment last, and attached to
the bill by a paper clip.

6.40-Committee Substitutes
A committee, in reporting a bill, may draft a new bill embracing the
same general subject matter, to be returned to the Clerk of the House in
the same manner as the favorable reporting of any other bill. The substi-
tute bill, signed by the chairman or, in his absence, the vice chairman or
temporary presiding officer, shall carry the identifying numbers) of the
original bill(s) and shall be returned to the Clerk of the House in the
same number of copies required for first introduction of a bill. Upon the
filing of such report, the original bill(s) shall be laid on the table of the
House. Any other committee of reference shall direct its attention to the
substitute bill.
The sponsors) of the original bill(s) shall be shown by the committee
secretary as a co-sponsor of the substitute unless he notifies the commit-
tee secretary that he wishes to withdraw as a co-sponsor.

6.41-Substitute for Senate Bill
When a committee rewrites a Senate bill which is referred to it, the bill
shall be reported as an amendment striking everything after the enacting
clause, together with an appropriate title amendment if needed.

6.42-Committee Bills
A bill introduced by a committee shall be accompanied by a Committee
Information Record in the same manner as any other bill. A committee,
in reporting a committee bill, may designate a Member or Members as
co-sponsor(s) with the approval of said Member or Members. The bill
will be shown by the Clerk of the House as having been introduced by the
committee and the Member(s) so designated.

6.43-Recommittal
After a committee report has been received by the Clerk of the House,
no bill shall be recommitted to any committee (except the Committee on
Appropriations and the Committee on Finance & Taxation, as elsewhere
provided) except by a two-thirds vote of the Members present.

Subcommittees

6.44-Designation of Subcommittee Chairmen
The chairmen of the parent committees shall designate the chairmen
of the subcommittees except in the case of the Committee on Appropria-
tions, whose subcommittee chairmen shall be appointed by the Speaker.

6.45-Temporary Presiding Officer
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committees, and that person shall have the responsibility for the keeping
of the necessary records and reports of the subcommittee.

6.47-Membership
No subcommittee shall have fewer than five members. A majority shall
constitute a quorum. Any bill reported in violation of this Rule shall be
forthwith recommitted by the chairman of the parent committee or by
the Speaker on point of order. The chairman of the parent committee
shall, ex officio, be an additional voting member of each subcommittee at
the chairman's pleasure. However, for the purpose of quorum, the com-
mittee chairman shall not be included in the membership of a subcom-
mittee.

6.48-Rules Binding on Subcommittees
Rules governing standing committees, as to notice of hearing, attend-
ance of subcommittee members, and requirements for the consideration
of bills, shall be binding upon subcommittees. Unless a bill shall have
been referred by the parent committee, either directly or through ratifi-
cation of the reference by the chairman, the time requirements of Rule
6.29 shall apply also in subcommittee.

6.49-Reconsideration in Subcommittee
A motion for reconsideration shall be treated in the following manner:
(a) When a question has been decided by a subcommittee, any member
voting with the prevailing side or any member, when the vote was a tie
or by voice, may move for reconsideration instanter or leave the motion
pending. By a two-thirds vote, the subcommittee may take up for imme-
diate disposition any motion to reconsider left pending. The motion to
reconsider may be made at any time during the same meeting prior to the
adoption of a motion to rise or to the subcommittee's rising without
motion upon the time of adjournment having arrived.
(b) A motion to reconsider having been made and left pending, the
motion shall be a special and continuing order of business for the next
succeeding subcommittee meeting and, unless considered at that meeting
on the request of any member of the subcommittee, shall be deemed
abandoned and the subcommittee secretary shall forthwith report the bill
and the action to the parent committee.
(c) A motion to reconsider a collateral matter must be disposed of
during the course of consideration of the main subject to which it is
related.
(d) If the subcommittee shall refuse to reconsider or, upon reconsidera-
tion, shall confirm its prior decision, no further motion to reconsider shall
be in order except upon unanimous consent of the subcommittee mem-
bers present.
(e) During the last five legislative days of a regular session or at any
time during an extended or special session, the motion to reconsider shall
be disposed of when made.
(f) If no motion is made at the meeting when a bill has been considered
and decided, the subcommittee secretary shall forthwith report the bill to
the parent committee for its consideration.

6.50-Requirements for Reporting
It shall be the duty of subcommittees, subject to Rule 6.53, to report
action upon matters referred to them by the parent standing committee.
A subcommittee shall report all bills either (1) favorably, (2) favorably
with subcommittee amendmentss, (3) favorably with subcommittee sub-
stitute, or (4) unfavorably. A motion to lay a bill "on the table" shall be
construed as a motion to report the bill unfavorably.
All subcommittee reports shall be signed by the chairman or, in his
absence, the temporary presiding officer, and shall be made on forms pre-
scribed by the Clerk of the House. Subcommittee reports shall accom-
pany the bill when transmitted to the parent committee and then to the
Clerk of the House as a permanent record.

6.51-Information in Report
Each report of a subcommittee must set forth the identifying number
of the bill; and if amendments are proposed by the subcommittee, the
words "with amendments" shall follow the identifying number. Subcom-



mittee amendments shall be typewritten in full on the prescribed forms,
numbered serially with any title amendment last, and attached to the
bill.



Subcommittee reports shall also reflect (1) the time and place of the
meeting at which the action was taken, (2) the name and address of each
person addressing the subcommittee relative to the bill and, if an agent,
the interest represented, and (3) the vote of each member of the subcom-
mittee on the motion to report the bill.

6.52-Subcommittee Substitute
A subcommittee may, in reporting a bill to the parent standing com-
mittee, draft a new bill, embracing the same general subject matter, to be
returned to the parent standing committee with the recommendation
that the substitute be considered in lieu of the original bill. The substi-
tute bill must be accompanied by the original bill referred to the subcom-
mittee and returned to the parent standing committee in the same
manner as the favorable reporting of any other bill.

6.53-Consideration of Subcommittee Reports
A bill when reported by a subcommittee shall be transmitted to the
parent committee. The chairman of the parent committee shall agenda
the bill with the subcommittee report for a meeting of the parent com-
mittee consistent with time and notice requirements.

Unfavorable Reports
When a bill unfavorably voted by a subcommittee shall, at the request
of its sponsor, be presented to the parent committee, the subcommittee
report may be adopted by a ratifying vote without debate. Failing to
ratify the action of the subcommittee, the parent committee shall take up
the bill upon two-thirds vote for consideration with debate limited to
members of the committee and the sponsor. However, by a two-thirds
vote of the members of the parent committee present, the bill may
receive a hearing de novo and witnesses shall be permitted to testify.

Oversight

6.54-Oversight Role
In order to assist the House in-
(a) its analysis, appraisal, and evaluation of (1) the application, admin-
istration, execution, and effectiveness of the laws enacted by the Legisla-
ture, or (2) conditions and circumstances which may indicate the neces-
sity or desirability of enacting new or additional legislation, and
(b) its formulation, consideration, and enactment of such modifications
of or changes in those laws, and of such additional legislation, as may be
necessary or appropriate,
-the various standing committees shall have oversight responsibilities.

6.55-Oversight Powers
(a) Each standing or select committee or subcommittee is authorized to
invite public officials and employees and private individuals to appear
before the committee for the purpose of submitting information to it.
(b) Each committee is authorized to maintain a continuous review of
the work of the state agencies concerned with its subject area and the
performance of the functions of government within each such subject
area, and for this purpose to request reports from time to time, in such
form as such committee shall designate, concerning the operation of any
state agency and presenting any proposal or recommendation such
agency may have with regard to existing laws or proposed legislation in
its subject area.
(c) In order to carry out its duties each standing or select committee or
subcommittee is empowered with the right and authority to inspect and
investigate the books, records, papers, documents, data, operation, and
physical plant of any public agency in this state.

Issuance of Subpoena
(d) In order to carry out its duties each standing or select committee
or subcommittee, whenever required, may issue subpoena and other nec-
essary process to compel the attendance of witnesses before such commit-
tee or the taking of a deposition pursuant to Rule 6.56(h). The chairman
of the standing or select committee shall issue said process on behalf of
the standing or select committee or subcommittee thereof. The chairman
or any other member of such committee may administer all oaths and



affirmations in the manner prescribed by law to witnesses who shall
appear before such committee for the purpose of testifying in any matter
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(e) Each standing or select committee or subcommittee, whenever
required, may also compel by subpoena duces tecum the production of
any books, letters, or other documentary evidence it may desire to exam-
ine in reference to any matter before it. The chairman of the standing or
select committee shall issue process on behalf of the standing or select
committee or subcommittee thereof.

Contempt Proceedings
(f) Either house may punish by fine or imprisonment any person not
a Member who shall have been guilty of disorderly or contemptuous con-
duct in its presence or of a refusal to obey its lawful summons.
A person shall be deemed in contempt if he:
(1) Fails or refuses to appear in compliance with a subpoena or, having
appeared fails or refuses to testify under oath or affirmation.
(2) Fails or refuses to answer any relevant question or fails or refuses
to furnish any relevant book, paper or other document subpoenaed by or
on behalf of such committee, or
(3) Commits any other act or offense against such committee which, if
committed against the Legislature or either house thereof, would consti-
tute contempt.
A standing or select committee or subcommittee may, by majority vote
of all of its members, apply to the House for contempt citation. The
application shall be considered as though the alleged contempt had been
committed in or against the House itself. If such committee is meeting
during the interim, its application shall be made to the circuit court pur-
suant to subsection (i)(8) of this Rule.
A person guilty of contempt under the provision of this Rule shall be
fined not more than five hundred dollars ($500.00) or imprisoned not
more than ninety days or both, or shall be subject to such other punish-
ment as the House may, in the exercise of its inherent powers, impose
prior to and in lieu of the imposition of the aforementioned penalty.
(g) The sheriffs in the several d unties shall make such service and exe-
cute all process or orders when required by standing or select committees
or subcommittees. Sheriffs shall be aid as provided for in section 30.231,
Florida Statutes.

False Swearing
(h) Whoever willfully affirms or swears falsely in regard to any material
matter or thing before any standing or select committee or subcommittee
is guilty of perjury in an official proceeding, which is a felony of the third
degree, and shall be punished as provided in section 775.082, section
775.083, or section 775.084, Florida Statutes.

Rights of Witnesses
(i) All witnesses summoned before any standing or select committee or
subcommittee shall receive reimbursement for travel expenses and per
diem at the rates provided in section 112.061, Florida Statutes. However,
the fact that such reimbursement is not tendered at the time the sub-
poena is served shall not excuse the witness from appearing as directed
therein.
(1) Service of a subpoena requiring the attendance of a person at a
meeting of a standing or select committee or subcommittee shall be made
in the manner provided by law for the service of subpoenas in civil action
at least seven calendar days prior to the date of the meeting unless a
shorter period of time is authorized by majority vote of all the members
of such committee. If a shorter period of time is authorized, the persons
subpoenaed shall be given reasonable notice of the meeting, consistent
with the particular circumstances involved.
(2) Any person who is served with a subpoena to attend a meeting of
any standing or select committee or subcommittee also shall be served
with a general statement informing him of the subject matter of such
committee's investigation or inquiry and a notice that he may be accom-
panied at the meeting by private counsel.
(3) Upon the request of any party and the approval of a majority of the
standing or select committee or subcommittee, the chairman or in his
absence the vice chairman, shall instruct all witnesses to leave the meet-



ing room and retire to a designated place. The witness will be instructed
by the chairman, or in his absence the vice chairman, not to discuss his
testimony or the testimony of any other person with anyone until the
meeting has been adjourned and the witness discharged by the chairman.
The witness shall be further instructed that should any person discuss or
attempt to discuss the matter under investigation with them after receiv-



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ing such instructions he shall bring such matter to the attention of such
committee. No member of such committee or representative thereof may
discuss any matter or matters pertinent to the subject matter under
investigation with witnesses to be called before such committee from the
time that these instructions are given until the meeting has been
adjourned and the witness discharged by the chairman. Any person vio-
lating this Rule shall be in contempt of the Legislature.
(4) Any standing or select committee or subcommittee taking sworn
testimony from witnesses as provided herein shall cause a record to be
made of all proceedings, in which testimony or other evidence is
demanded or adduced which record shall include rulings of the chair,
questions of such committee and its staff, the testimony or responses of
witnesses, sworn written statements submitted to the committee and
such other matters as the committee or its chairman may direct.
(5) A witness at a meeting upon his advance request and at his own
expense, shall be furnished a certified transcript of his testimony at the
meeting.

Right of Other Persons to be Heard
(6) Any person whose name is mentioned or who is otherwise identified
during a meeting being conducted for the purpose of taking sworn testi-
mony from witnesses of any standing or select committee or subcommit-
tee and who, in the opinion of such committee, may be adversely affected
thereby, may, upon his request or upon the request of any member of
such committee, appear personally before such committee and testify on
his own behalf, or, with such committee's consent, file a sworn written
statement of facts or other documentary evidence for incorporation into
the record of the meeting. Any such witness, however, shall prior to filing
such statement, consent to answer questions from such committee
regarding the contents of the statement.
(7) Upon the consent of a majority of its members, any standing or
select committee or subcommittee may permit any other person to
appear and testify at a meeting or submit a sworn written statement of
facts or other documentary evidence for incorporation into the record. No
request to appear, appearance or submission shall limit in any way the
committee's power of subpoena. Any such witness, however, shall prior to
filing such statement, consent to answer questions from any standing or
select committee or subcommittee regarding the contents of the state-
ment.

Enforcement of Subpoena Out of Session
(8) Should any witness fail to respond to the lawful subpoena of any
standing or select committee or subcommittee at a time when the Legisla-
ture is not in session or, having responded, fail to answer all lawful inqui-
ries or to turn over evidence that has been subpoenaed, such committee
may file a complaint before any circuit court of the state setting up such
failure on the part of the witness. On the filing of such complaint, the
court shall take jurisdiction of the witness and the subject matter of said
complaint and shall direct the witness to respond to all lawful questions
and to produce all documentary evidence in his possession which is law-
fully demanded. The failure of any witness to comply with such order of
the court shall constitute a direct and criminal contempt of court, and the
court shall punish said witness accordingly.
[Note: For conduct of meetings of investigative committees, see Rule
6.56.]

6.56-Conduct of Meetings of Investigative Committees
Each standing or select committee or subcommittee shall comply with
the following procedures with respect to compelling attendance of wit-
nesses, production of documents or evidence, and the conduct of meet-
ings before such committee.
If any standing or select committee or subcommittee fails in any mate-
rial respect to comply with the requirements of this Rule, any person sub-
ject to subpoena or subpoena duces tecum, who is injured by such failure
shall be relieved of any requirement to attend the meeting for which the
subpoena was issued, or, if present, to testify or produce evidence therein;
and such failure shall be a complete defense in any proceeding against
such person for contempt or other punishment.



In addition to the requirements of Rule 6.55, the following rules of pro-
cedure will be followed at all meetings of standing or select committees
or subcommittees:
(a) A standing or select committee or subcommittee may exercise its
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(b) A standing or select committee or subcommittee which conducts
meetings for the purpose of taking sworn testimony from witnesses shall
consist of not less than five members.
(c) A quorum of a standing or select committee or subcommittee which
conducts meetings for the purpose of taking sworn testimony from wit-
nesses shall consist of four or more authorized members, but at no time
less than a majority of the total authorized membership.
(d) No action shall be taken by a standing or select committee or sub-
committee at any meeting unless a quorum is present. Such committees
may act by a majority vote of the members present and voting at a meet-
ing at which there is a quorum, unless the rules or any law require a
greater number or proportion.
(e) Any standing or select committee or subcommittee thereof, when
conducting a meeting for the purpose of taking sworn testimony, shall
give each member of the committee not less than three calendar days
written notice of any meeting to be held when the Legislature is in session
and at least seven calendar days written notice of any meeting to be held
when the Legislature is not in session. Such notices shall include a state-
ment of the subject matter of the meeting.
(f) The presiding member at a meeting may direct a witness to answer
any relevant question or furnish any relevant book, paper or other docu-
ment, the production of which has been required by subpoena duces
tecum. Unless the direction is overruled by a majority vote of the com-
mittee members present, disobedience shall constitute contempt as
defined in Rule 6.55(f).
(g) Before or during a meeting, a witness or his counsel may file with
the standing or select committee or subcommittee, for incorporation into
the record of the meeting, sworn written statements relevant to the pur-
pose, subject matter and scope of the committee's investigation or
inquiry. Any such witness, however, shall prior to filing such statement,
consent to answer questions from such committee regarding the contents
of the statement.
(h) Where the chairman of any committee determines that such proce-
dure would expedite the inquiry or save expenses, the chairman, with the
concurrence of the Speaker, may authorize the conduct of proceedings by
depositions, interrogatories or compulsory production of documents as
provided in this Rule. These proceedings shall be in the nature of state-
ments under oath taken by a state's attorney. Counsel for persons under
investigation may be allowed to attend such depositions at the discretion
of the chairman. Participation by such counsel at the depositions may
also be allowed at the discretion of the chairman. Any requests for
attendance or participation should be addressed to the chairman. If the
requests are denied, a person may appeal the chairman's ruling to the
Speaker but there shall be no stay of proceedings pending such appeal.
Where counsel for persons subject to depositions are allowed to partici-
pate in the proceedings under the guidelines of the committee, testimony
or other evidence taken may be introduced before the committee whether
or not the persons or their counsel avail themselves of the opportunity.
(1) The chairman, with the concurrence of the Speaker, may authorize
a lawyer for the committee to take depositions of witnesses before a court
reporter or notary public of this state. The deposition notice and/or the
subpoena used therewith may identify persons either by name or by job
description and such persons may be required to attend and give testi-
mony pursuant to the guidelines.
(2) The chairman, with the concurrence of the Speaker, may authorize
the issuance of interrogatories to be answered under oath and these shall
require the person to whom they are directed to appear before a notary
public or court reporter and answer the questions under oath. These may
be served by mail or by personal service and shall be answered under oath
no later than seven days from the date of mailing or three days from the
date of personal service. Any interrogatory may require that a person to
whom it is directed (identified by name or job description) return the
interrogatory in the mail or have it available for delivery to the lawyer for
the committee on a date certain.
(3) Should any substantive or procedural question arise during any
proceedings authorized by Rule 6.56(h), the question shall be referred to
the chairman of the committee or to any committee member designated
by the chairman to pass on such questions. Communication shall be made
with the chairman or any designated committee member by the most



rapid available means, including telephone, and the resolution of such
questions, including without limitation questions on the scope of the dis-
covery may be communicated by telephone. If any person is dissatisfied



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7.2-Forms of Measures
All bills shall, to be acceptable for introduction, be typewritten, dupli-
cated, or printed, all in a type size of pica or larger and all of the color of
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with such a decision, appeal may be had to the Speaker but there shall
be no stay of proceedings pending such appeal.

Conference Committees

6.57-Conference Committee Membership
The Speaker shall appoint all House managers for conference commit-
tees. He shall determine the number as need appears. He shall appoint
no less than a majority who generally supported the House position as
determined by the Speaker.

6.58-Composition of Conference Committee
A conference committee shall consist of an equal number of managers
from each house. The conference committee shall select one of its mem-
bers to preside. A report shall require the affirmative votes of a majority
of the managers from each house. The report shall be accompanied by the
original bill.

6.59-Presentation of Report
The receiving of conference committee reports shall always be in order
except when the House is voting on any proposition. When a report is
presented to the House, the sequence shall be:
(a) The vote first shall be on whether the report shall be considered at
that moment.
(b) The next vote shall be on acceptance or rejection of the report as
an entirety. The report must be acted upon as a whole, being agreed to
or disagreed to as an entirety.
(c) The final vote shall be a roll call on the passage of the bill as
amended by the conference committee report.
Should either (b) or (c) fail, the report shall be automatically recom-
mitted to the conference committee. In the event of a motion to recon-
sider, the vote first would be on (b) and then on (c).

6.60-Form of Report
In those instances where a conference committee has redrafted a bill,
the committee shall report an amendment striking everything after the
enacting clause, together with an appropriate title amendment if needed.
Each conference report shall be accompanied by a statement, written
or oral, sufficiently explicit to inform the House of the changes in the bill
sent to conference.

6.61-Time Restraints on Conference Committees
After House and Senate managers have been appointed for seven cal-
endar days and have failed to report, it is hereby declared to be a motion
of highest privilege either to move to discharge the House managers and
appoint new House managers or to instruct the House managers.
Provided, however, that during the last six calendar days allowed under
the Constitution for a regular session, it shall be a motion of highest priv-
ilege to discharge, appoint new, or instruct House managers after House
managers shall have been appointed thirty-six hours without having
made a report.

6.62-When Managers Are Unable to Agree
When any bill is referred to a conference committee and the House
managers report inability to agree, no action of the House taken prior to
such reference shall preclude further action by the House as the House
may determine.

Rule Seven


Bills, Resolutions and Memorials

7.1-"Bill" Stands for All Legislation
Except where specifically provided otherwise, where "bill" is used in
these rules, it shall be understood that bill, joint resolution, concurrent
resolution, resolution or memorial or other measure upon which a com-
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common legal size. The lines shall be double spaced, and the original and
all copies of typewritten matter shall be on paper of good grade. The
copies must be exact duplicates of the original. The top and bottom mar-
gins of all pages shall be at least one and one-half inches.
All measures shall be introduced in an original and seven copies (six for
local bills). The original shall be backed with a blue folder-jacket and five
copies with blue jackets. On these jackets shall be inscribed the name of
the sponsor and enough of the title for identification, and on the original
folder-jacket the signature of the sponsor and any co-sponsors and their
respective district numbers. There shall be inserted in the original one
unbacked copy and a title sheet consisting of an original and one copy
which shall set forth enough of the title for identification and the name
of the sponsor and all co-sponsors and in the sixth copy, one unbacked
copy. The unbacked copies may include the House Bill Drafting Service
summary.
All bills except local bills shall be prepared on paper with thirty-one
numbered lines beginning eight spaces from the top of the page. The text
shall be completely within vertical guide lines drawn six and one-half
inches apart, with the words "A bill to be entitled" appearing on the first
numbered line. On reviser's bills, the words appearing on the first num-
bered line shall be, "A reviser's bill to be entitled." The lines preceding
and following the enacting or resolving clause shall be left blank. The bill
should be aligned on the page substantially according to the following
form:

A bill to be entitled
A n act............................................................................................. .......


Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
Section 1 ........................................... ........................................
... ................... .* .. o....... o............................ o...............oo



Section 2.



Bills which propose to amend existing provisions of law shall contain
the full text of the section, subsection or paragraph to be amended. Joint
resolutions which propose to amend the Florida Constitution shall con-
tain the full text of the section to be amended.
As to those portions of general bills and joint resolutions which propose
to amend existing provisions of the Florida Statutes, or the Florida Con-
stitution, new words shall be inserted in the text underlined, and words
to be deleted shall be lined through with hyphens.
In the event the change in language is so general that the use of these
procedures would hinder, rather than assist, the understanding of the
amendment, it shall not be necessary to use the coded indicators of words
added or deleted, but, in lieu thereof, a notation similar to the following
shall be inserted immediately preceding the affected section of the bill:
"Substantial rewording of section. See s. ..., F.S., for present text." When
such a notation is used, the notation, as well as the substantially
reworded text shall be underlined.
The words to be deleted and the above-described indicators of such
words and of new material are for information and guidance and shall not
be considered to constitute a part of the bill under consideration. Numer-
als in the left and right margins of the line-numbered paper shall not con-
stitute a part of the bill, being shown on the page only for convenience in
identifying lines.
Section catch lines of existing text shall not be typed with underlining,
nor shall any other portion of a bill covered by this Rule other than new
material.

7.3-Bills
All bills shall contain a proper title, as defined in Section 6 of Article
III of the Constitution, and the enacting clause, "Be It Enacted by the
Legislature of the State of Florida:".

7.4-Local Bills
All local bills must either, as required by Section 10 of Article III of the
Constitution, embody provisions for a ratifying referendum (stated in the
title as well as in the text of the bill) or be accompanied by an affidavit
of proper advertisement, securely attached to the original bill ahead of its
first page.

7.5-Joint Resolutions
All joint resolutions shall contain the resolving clause, "Be It Resolved
by the Legislature of the State of Florida:".



7.6-Memorials
All memorials (these express the opinion of the Legislature to the Con-
gress of the United States) shall contain the resolving clause, "Be It
Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:".

7.7-Resolutions
All House resolutions and all concurrent resolutions shall contain a
title and a resolving clause. In the case of House resolutions, this shall be,
"Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of Florida:".
Concurrent resolutions shall state, "Be It Resolved by the House of Rep-
resentatives of the State of Florida, the Senate Concurring:".
Where copies of House resolutions are directed in the resolution to be
furnished any person after adoption, these shall be prepared only by the
Clerk of the House. The Secretary of State shall prepare certified copies
only on concurrent resolutions after their adoption.

7.8-Filing for Introduction
(a) All bills for introduction shall be delivered to the Clerk of the
House no later than 12:00 noon of the second day (excluding Saturday
and Sunday) preceding introduction. This Rule may be waived only with
consent of two-thirds of those present, the motion for which shall not be
entertained unless the movant thereof shall have first notified the House
orally, not less than thirty minutes preceding the motion, of his intention
to move for the waiver of this Rule so as to have introduced a specific bill
or bills sponsored by him. The adoption of such motion shall be con-
strued as advancing the House to the order of Introduction and Refer-
ence solely for the reception of said bill or bills for formal introduction
and reference. During the last seven calendar days of the legislative ses-
sion this Rule may be suspended or altered by resolution originating in
the Committee on Rules & Calendar.
(b) All bills (other than the general appropriations bill, concurrent res-
olutions relating to organization of the Legislature, and recall of acts from
the Governor) shall be either prepared or, in the case of local bills,
reviewed by the House Bill Drafting Service. After the review by the Bill
Drafting Service, no change shall be made in the text or title of the bill
without returning the bill to the Bill Drafting Service prior to filing with
the Clerk of the House.
(c) During any special session, all bills for introduction shall be deliv-
ered to the Clerk no later than two hours prior to the convening of the
House.
(d) The Director of House Bill Drafting Service shall notify any
Member proposing a bill if an identical or similar bill has been filed and
the name of the sponsor.

7.9-Printing
Upon introduction, all bills (including committee bills and committee
substitutes) shall be printed for the information of the House and the
public, except that reviser's bills shall be printed only upon the order of
the chairman of the Committee on Rules & Calendar. The Clerk shall
have sufficient copies printed for the needs of the House and the public
and shall furnish the copy for all such printing. This printing of bills shall
be independent of the legislative process, and the absence of a printed
copy shall not delay the progress of any bill at any stage of the legislative
process.

7.10-Identification
Bills shall be introduced in the order they are received by the Clerk of
the House and shall be serially numbered as filed. The Clerk shall mark
the original copy of each bill as will insure its identification, and each
page thereof, as the item introduced in order to prevent unauthorized or
improper substitutions therefore. This identification may be by the use of
machines as used in banks for validating or cancelling checks or other
documents, or by the use of any other device to accomplish the purpose
of this Rule. Any such device so used shall be used by and at all times
shall be in the custody of the Clerk and its use by any person not author-
ized by this Rule shall be prohibited.

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A companion Senate bill shall be substantially worded the same, and
identical as to specific intent and purpose as the House bill for which it
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Whenever any bill of the House shall be reached on the Calendar of the
House for consideration, either on second or third reading, and there
shall be also pending on the Calendar of the House a companion bill
already passed by the Senate, it shall be in order to move that the Senate
companion bill be substituted and considered in lieu of the House bill.
Such motion may be adopted by a majority vote, provided the Senate bill
is on the same reading, otherwise the motion shall be to waive the Rules
by two-thirds vote and substitute such Senate bill.
At the moment the House substitutes the Senate companion bill, then
the original House bill shall be regarded as automatically tabled.
Recommitment of a House bill shall automatically carry with it any
Senate companion bill then on the Calendar.

7.12-Miscellaneous Papers; Veto Messages
Papers of a miscellaneous nature addressed to the House may, at the
discretion of the Speaker, be read, noted in the Journal or filed with an
appropriate committee. When the reading of a paper other than one upon
which the House is called to give a final vote is demanded, and the same
is objected to by any Member, it shall be determined without debate by
a majority vote of the House.
In the case of veto messages, the Speaker shall refer them to the appro-
priate committee for recommendation.

7.13-Committee Bills
A bill introduced by a committee shall be accompanied by a Committee
Information Record in the same manner as any other bill. A committee,
in reporting a committee bill, may designate a Member or Members as
co-sponsor(s) with the approval of said Member or Members. The bill
will be shown by the Clerk as having been introduced by the Committee
and the Member(s) so designated.

7.14-Prefiled Bills
During the period between the Organization Session and the convening
of the regular session and between the first and second regular sessions
of the legislative biennium, Members may file with the Clerk of the
House for introduction bills which have been prepared or reviewed by the
House Bill Drafting Service.
(a) Such profiled bills shall be numbered by the Clerk and presented
to the Speaker for reference as otherwise provided under Rule Eight.
After the Speaker has referred a bill to a committee, or committees, the
Clerk shall notify each chairman.
(b) Out-of-session references shall not be subject to the requirements
of Rule 6.29 relating to time of consideration. Committees shall, after
consideration of profiled bills, report their actions promptly, in the
manner prescribed by Rule 6.34, except that the Committees on Appro-
priations and on Finance & Taxation shall not be required to file any
report during the interim. Once received by the Clerk, a committee report
on a profiled bill shall not be subject to recall by the committee.
(c) Any profiled bill on which a committee has not acted at the time of
the convening of the regular session then shall become subject to the
requirements of Rule 6.29, the time for consideration running from the
day of first reading.
(d) Before any committee holds a meeting for the purpose of consider-
ing a profiled bill or proposed committee bill (PCB) during the period
when the Legislature is not in session, a notice of such meeting shall be
filed with the Clerk and the Sergeant at Arms no later than fourteen cal-
endar days before the Friday preceding the week of the meeting. The
committee secretary separately shall send copies of notice to the mem-
bers of the committee, sponsors of the bill and to such other persons who
have requested notice. This notice shall state the date, time and place of
meeting, bill number, and sufficient title for identification.
When two meetings have been scheduled by a committee during a
30-day period when the Legislature is not in session, the chairman may
provide in the notice for the first meeting that bills agendaed for the first
meeting and not taken up shall be available for consideration at the
second meeting without further notice.
(e) Prefiled bills shall, pursuant to the Constitution of Florida and the
Rules of the House, be given first reading either on the first day of a regu-
lar session or as soon thereafter as possible. The Clerk shall publish the



Speaker's reference of those bills.
(f) In the event a profiled bill had received reference to more than one
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Short form bills shall be numbered in the same sequence as other items
of legislation and referred to appropriate committees by the Speaker.
Such bills shall not be subject to the same time limitations as other legis-
lation insofar as consideration by standing committees of the House is
concerned. A short form bill reported favorably by a standing committee
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committees failing to report shall consider the bill during the regular ses-
sion.
(g) Notwithstanding the other sections of this Rule, any Member may,
no later than under the order of business of Motions Relating to Commit-
tee References on the next legislative day following introduction of pre-
filed bills, move for reference to a different committee, which shall be
decided by a majority vote, or for withdrawal from any committee, which
motion shall be adopted by two-thirds vote.
(h) All requirements for the referencing of bills to and the consider-
ation of bills by committees of the House shall be deemed to have been
met and discharged if the jurisdictional requirements of this Rule have
been complied with as to each of such bills.

7.15-Deleted as Obsolete

7.16-Fiscal Notes
All general bills affecting revenues, expenditures, or fiscal liability shall
be accompanied by a fiscal note upon being reported favorably by the
Committee on Appropriations or the Committee on Finance & Taxation.
Fiscal notes shall state in dollars the estimated increase or decrease in
revenues or expenditures and the present and future fiscal implications
of the bill. A fiscal note shall embrace the requirements of Section 11.075,
F.S., relating to economic impact.
Fiscal notes shall be regarded as a memorandum of factual informa-
tion, their contents made available to Members through distribution in
the same manner as printed bills. A fiscal note shall not express comment
nor opinion relative to the merits of the legislation proposed but may
point out technical or mechanical defects.
Staff for the Committee on Appropriations or the Committee on
Finance & Taxation in cooperation with the staff of the Department of
Administration and of other appropriate agencies, shall be responsible for
preparing the fiscal note. Insofar as practicable, the fiscal note shall be
made available to other committees in instances of joint reference.
In the event of any bill of this nature being reported favorably by the
Committee on Appropriations or by the Committee on Finance & Taxa-
tion without a fiscal note having been prepared, it shall be the right of
any Member to raise a point of order on second reading and the Speaker
may, in his discretion, order return of the bill to the appropriate fiscal
committee.
A fiscal note prepared for a House bill shall be presumed as prepared
also for its Senate companion.

7.17-Filing Cut-off Dates
(a) No bill or joint resolution originating in the House of Representa-
tives, except a bill or joint resolution sponsored by a standing committee,
shall be given first reading unless filed with the Clerk by 12:00 noon of
the first day of a regular session.
(b) Bills and joint resolutions filed thereafter with the Clerk shall be
placed by the Clerk in the Committee on Rules & Calendar for a determi-
nation by the Committee on Rules & Calendar, upon the request of the
sponsor, as to the existence of an emergency reasonably compelling con-
sideration of the bill or joint resolution notwithstanding this Rule. The
Clerk is directed to number such bill or joint resolution for identification
only.
(c) Short form bills, as defined in Rule 7.18, shall be exempt from the
cut-off requirement for the introduction of other bills.
(d) No committee bill shall be accepted for introduction by the Clerk
of the House after the fourth Tuesday of a regular session unless accom-
panied by a certificate of urgent public need for introduction signed by
the committee chairman and approved by the Speaker.

7.18-Short Form Bills
A Member may introduce a short form bill, which suggests the need for
legislation in a specific field, in lieu of introducing a bill in general form
as required in Rule 7.2. Short form bills shall be introduced in an original
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tee substitute. The Member who introduced the short form bill shall be
shown as a co-sponsor of the substitute by the committee secretary unless
the Member notifies the secretary that the Member wishes to withdraw
as a co-sponsor. As provided in Rule 7.17, short form bills shall be exempt
from the cut-off date requirements for the introduction of other bills.

7.19-Reviser's Bills
Reviser's bills are nonsubstantive bills initiated by the Joint Legisla-
tive Management Committee pursuant to section 11.242 for one of the
following purposes:
(a) To conform the statutory language to an implied amendment that
occurred as a result of previous legislation.
(b) To purge the Florida Statutes of obsolete or redundant provisions.
(c) To correct errors of typography or format.
Reviser's bills shall always be introduced by the Committee on Rules
& Calendar which may request prior review by another substantive com-
mittee. They shall be submitted as soon as possible prior to or during
each legislative session.
Except with the approval of the Committee on Rules & Calendar, revis-
er's bills may be amended only by making deletions.

Rule Eight

Order of Business and Calendar

8.1-Daily Sessions
The House shall meet each legislative day at 9:30 a.m. or as stated in
the motion recessing the House on the prior legislative day on which the
House met.

8.2-Daily Order of Business
The daily order of business shall be as follows:
1. Prayer
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Correction of the Journal
5. Communications
6. Messages from the Senate
7. Report of standing committees
8. Report of select committees
9. Bills and joint resolutions on third reading
10. Motions relating to committee references
11. Matters on reconsideration
12. Special Orders
13. Unfinished business
14. Bills and joint resolutions on second reading
15. House resolutions, concurrent resolutions and memorials on second
reading
16. Introduction and Reference
Within each order of business, matters shall be considered in the order
in which they appear on the Daily Calendar.
The order of business of Introduction and Reference of House bills and
other measures originating in the House of Representatives may be
accomplished by publication in the Journal of their titles as prescribed by
Section 7 of Article III of the Constitution.
During special sessions the order of business of Introduction and Ref-
erence of House bills shall be conducted immediately following the order
of business of Correction of the Journal.

8.3-Reference: Generally
Bills, upon first reading, whether House or Senate, shall be referred by
the Speaker either to a committee or to the Calendar, as elsewhere pro-
vided in these Rules. The order of reference shall be first to a substantive
committee and then to a fiscal impact committee. If a bill is referred to
both fiscal impact committees, the Speaker shall declare which shall first
consider the bill. The titles and references of bills and the nature of any
documents referred shall be entered on the Journal.



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8.4-Reference: Exception
All bills whether House or Senate, shall be referred by the Speaker to
an appropriate committee except when the bill is being introduced by a
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if a Senate bill, the House committee already has a companion bill on the
House Calendar. In such event, said bill shall be referred to the Calendar
or to the Committees on Appropriations or Finance & Taxation as pro-
vided in Rule 8.8. Reviser's bills received from the Senate shall be
referred to the Committee on Rules & Calendar.
All bills affecting public retirement systems shall be referred to the
Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining. If an
amendment affecting a public retirement system is adopted after having
been offered either from the floor or by a reporting committee other than
the Committee on Retirement, Personnel & Collective Bargaining or a
fiscal impact committee, then the bill with amendment may, at the dis-
cretion of the Speaker, be referred to the Committee on Retirement, Per-
sonnel & Collective Bargaining and, if appropriate, to a fiscal impact
committee.

8.5-Reference of Resolutions, Concurrent Resolutions: Excep-
tion
All resolutions shall be referred by the Speaker to a standing commit-
tee, except that resolutions on House organization and of condolence and
commemoration, or concurrent resolutions recalling a bill from the Gov-
ernor's office, and those originating in a committee of proper jurisdiction,
may be taken up upon motion and adopted at time of introduction with-
out reference.

8.6-Reference of Local Bills
General bills of local application and those local bills which would pro-
vide an exception to general law may be referred by the Speaker to two
standing or select committees for procedural and substantive review.

8.7-Reference to More Than One Committee
The Speaker shall not refer a bill to more than one standing committee
unless directed otherwise by the House upon motion adopted by majority
vote or as required by Rules 8.4, 8.6, 8.8 or 8.9.

8.8-Reference of Appropriations or Tax Measures
All bills carrying or affecting appropriations, except claim bills, shall be
referred to the Committee on Appropriations, and all bills affecting tax
matters shall be referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxation. In
addition such bills may be referred to one other standing committee at
the discretion of the Speaker. The bill is referred to the standing commit-
tee previous to its reference to the fiscal impact committees.
If the original bill reported favorably by a committee did not call for
or affect an appropriation or affect a tax matter, and an amendment,
offered either from the floor or by the reporting committee and adopted,
does call for or affect an appropriation or affect a tax matter, then the bill
with amendment may, at the discretion of the Speaker, be referred to the
Committee on Appropriations and the Committee on Finance & Taxa-
tion, as may be appropriate. The bill, if then reported favorably, shall be
returned to the same reading as when referred.

8.9-Reference to Different Committee
(a) When the Speaker has referred a bill, any Member may, no later
than under the order of business of "Motions Relating to Committee Ref-
erences" on the succeeding legislative day, move for reference to a differ-
ent committee and this proposed withdrawal from the committee of origi-
nal reference shall be decided by the House by a majority vote of those
voting, except that where such proposed withdrawal is from the Commit-
tee on Appropriations or the Committee on Finance & Taxation, the
same shall be decided by a two-thirds vote of the Members present.
(b) The question of proper reference may be raised at any time by a
committee claiming jurisdiction, and this shall be decided by a majority
vote of those voting.
(c) No bill may be withdrawn from a committee and placed upon the
Calendar, except by a two-thirds vote.
(d) Where a bill has been referred to two or more committees, a motion
may be made to withdraw it from any committee to which it has been so
referred, and where the effect of such motion is to withdraw it from a
committee, thus leaving the bill in a committee and not placing it on the



Calendar, such proposed withdrawal shall be decided by a two-thirds vote
of Members present.
(e) When a motion is made to withdraw a bill under any provision of
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8.10-Reading of Bills and Joint Resolutions
Each bill or joint resolution shall receive three separate readings on
three separate days previous to a vote upon final passage unless two-
thirds of the Members present decide otherwise. (Constitution: Article
III, Section 7-"Any bill may originate in either house and after passage
in one may be amended in the other. It shall be read in each house on
three separate days, unless this rule is waived by two-thirds vote; pro-
vided the publication of its title in the journal of a house shall satisfy the
requirement for the first reading in that house. On each reading, it shall
be read by title only, unless one-third of the members present desire it
read in full.") "Reading" is defined as the stage of consideration of a bill
or joint resolution after announcement of sufficient of the title as neces-
sary for identification as determined by the Speaker.

8.11-Reading of Concurrent Resolutions and Memorials
Each concurrent resolution or memorial shall receive two readings on
two separate days previous to a voice vote upon adoption, unless two-
thirds of the Members present decide otherwise. The first reading shall
be by title only, and the second reading in full.

8.12-Reading of House Resolutions
Each House resolution shall be read by title only upon introduction.
Each House resolution then shall be read an additional time in full before
the question is put on adoption by voice vote.

8.13-Measures on Third Reading
Upon the third reading of any bill, it shall not be committed (save to
the Committees on Appropriations or Finance & Taxation under Rule
8.8) or amended, except as to title without consent of two-thirds of the
Members voting, nor shall the vote on passage be postponed to a day cer-
tain without the consent of a majority of those voting.

8.14-Consideration of Bills Out of Regular Order
A bill may be considered by the House although not included on the
Special Order Calendar upon two-thirds vote of the Members present
obtained in the following manner: The Member moving the House for
such two-thirds vote shall have prior to the entertainment of such
motion, first orally given the membership not less than thirty minutes
notice of his intention to so move which said notice shall specify the
number of the bill and its purpose. The moving Member shall be allowed
one minute upon the entertainment of such motion to explain his pur-
pose, and two-thirds vote shall then be given or refused without further
debate.

8.15-Special Order Calendar: Regular Session
(a) Any committee or individual Member of the House may apply to
the Committee on Rules & Calendar to place a bill on the Special Order
Calendar. The Committee on Rules & Calendar may grant such requests
by a majority vote.
(b) The Committee on Rules & Calendar shall submit from day to day
a Special Order Calendar determining the priority for consideration of
legislation. Each Special Order Calendar so submitted shall be only for
the day specified in the Special Order Calendar. No other bills shall be
considered for the day set forth except that any bill appearing on this
Calendar may be stricken therefrom by a two-thirds vote of the Members
present or any bill may be added pursuant to Rule 8.14. Any bill not
reached in consideration of a Special Order Calendar shall be retained on
the regular Calendar.
(c) The Committee on Rules & Calendar shall publish, during the first
forty-five calendar days of a regular session, the Special Order Calendar
no later than twenty-four hours prior to its presentation to the House.

8.16-Special Order Calendar: Extended and Special Sessions
If a legislative session is extended by the Legislature, all bills on the
Calendar at the time of adjournment of the regular session of the Legisla-
ture shall be placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar.
During any extended or special session, all bills upon being reported
favorably by the last committee considering such bills shall be placed in
the Committee on Rules & Calendar.



During any extended or special session, the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar shall establish a Special Order Calendar and only those bills on
such Special Order shall be placed on the Calendar of the House.



During any extended or special session, on Monday of each week there
shall be printed a Calendar of the House Rules Committee setting forth
a list of the bills, by title, which have been approved by the committee of
final reference and referred to the Committee on Rules & Calendar as
well as those bills which, on the last day of the regular legislative session,
were removed from the Calendar and referred to the Committee on Rules
& Calendar, all in numerical order, and on each other legislative day a list
shall be provided to each Representative by the Clerk of the House con-
taining the numbers of all bills referred to the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

8.17-Consent Calendar
The Committee on Rules & Calendar may submit a Consent Calendar
designed to expedite the Calendar. All bills appearing on the Consent
Calendar shall be considered in the order listed, provided, however, that
an objection by any Member made prior to consideration of any bill, sub-
ject to regulations promulgated by the Committee on Rules & Calendar,
shall cause such bill to be retained on the regular Calendar.

8.18-Calendar of Local Bills
Local bills shall be disposed of according to the Calendar of Bills of a
Local Nature and shall be taken up and considered only at such time as
shall be specially fixed therefore by the Committee on Rules & Calendar,
and no bill of a general nature or amendments thereto shall be considered
at such time.

8.19-Engrossing
Before any bill shall be read the third time, whether amended or not,
it shall be referred without motion to the Engrossing Clerk for examina-
tion, and, if amended, the engrossing of amendments. In cases where no
amendments have been adopted, the measure may be returned to the
House on the following legislative day as engrossed without being rewrit-
ten. Where an amendment has been adopted, this shall be carefully incor-
porated in the bill by being typewritten on bond paper without erasure
or interlineation. After return to the House, the bill shall be placed on the
Calendar of Bills on Third Reading. No reference under this section need
be made of local bills which have not been amended in the House. In the
case of any Senate bill amended in the House, the amendment adopted
shall be typewritten in triplicate and attached to the bill amended in such
manner that it will not be likely lost therefrom.

8.20-Order After Second Reading'
A bill shall be determined on its third reading when it has been read
a second time on a previous day and no motion left pending.

8.21-Bills Informally Deferred Members Absent
Whenever the Member who introduced a bill, or the chairman of the
committee which had reported it, shall be absent from the Chamber when
the bill has been reached in the regular order on second or third reading,
consideration shall be informally deferred until his return. The bill shall
retain its position on the Calendar. The Member shall have the responsi-
bility of making the motion for its subsequent consideration.

Rule Nine

Voting

9.1-Taking the Yeas and Nays
The Speaker shall declare all votes, but if any Member rises to doubt
a vote, upon a showing of hands by five Members, the Speaker shall take
the sense of the House by rising vote, or he may take the sense of the
House by yeas and nays or by oral or electrical roll call. When taking the
yeas and nays on any question, the electrical roll call system may be used,
and when so used shall have the force and effect of a roll call taken as
provided in these Rules. This system likewise may be used to determine
the presence of a quorum. When the House is ready to vote upon a ques-
tion requiring roll call, and the vote is by electrical roll call, the Speaker
shall state: "The question is on (designating the matter to be voted upon).
All in favor of such question shall vote 'Yea,' and all opposed shall vote



'Nay.' The House will now proceed to vote." When sufficient time has
elapsed for each Member to vote, the Speaker shall say: "Have all voted?"
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machine and record the vote." When the vote is completely recorded, the
Speaker shall announce the result to the House, and the Clerk shall enter
upon the Journal the result in the manner provided by these Rules.

9.2-Change of Vote
After the result of a roll call has been announced, a Member may
advise the Clerk of (1) his wish to be recorded as to how he would have
voted or (2) his wish to change his vote. The Clerk shall provide forms for
the recording of these actions. When timely made, these requests shall be
shown in the Journal beneath the roll call. Otherwise, the request shall
be shown separately in the Journal. In no instance, other than by reason
of a mechanical malfunction, shall the result of the voting machine roll
call on bills be changed.

9.3-No Member to Vote for Another
No Member shall vote for another Member except at his request when
absent from his seat but present elsewhere in the Chamber, nor shall any
person not a Member cast a vote for a Member. In addition to such penal-
ties as may be prescribed by law, any Member who shall vote or attempt
to vote for another Member may be punished in such a manner as the
House may deem proper. Any person not a Member who shall vote
wrongfully in the place of a Member shall be excluded from the Chamber
for the remainder of the session, in addition to such punishment as may
be prescribed by law.

9.4-Pairing
Pairing shall be permitted only upon the absence of a Member for good
cause and shall be in writing and specifically state the bill or bills or ques-
tions upon which pairs are arranged. Pairs shall be filed with the Clerk
and recorded in the Journal as an indication of how absent Members
would have voted. The present Member need announce only that he is
paired as an explanation of why he is not voting.

9.5-Explanation of Vote
No Member shall be permitted to explain his vote during a roll call, but
"may reduce his explanation to writing, in not more than two hundred
words, and upon filing with the Clerk, this explanation shall be spread
upon the Journal.

Rule Ten

Motions and Their Precedence

10.1-Motions: How Made; Withdrawn
Every motion shall be made orally, provided, that at the request of the
Speaker it shall be reduced to writing. After a motion has been stated or
read by the Speaker it shall be deemed to be in possession of the House,
without a second, and shall be disposed of by vote of the House. The
mover may withdraw a motion at any time before the same has been
amended or before a vote thereon shall have been commenced, except a
motion to reconsider may be withdrawn only on the day made or on the
next succeeding legislative day.

10.2-Motions: Precedence
When a question is under debate the Speaker shall receive no motion
except:
1. To adjourn at a time certain;
2. To adjourn instanter;
3. To take a recess;
4. To lay on the table;
5. To reconsider;
6. For the previous question;
7. To limit debate;
8. To postpone to a day certain;
9. To commit to a standing committee;
10. To commit to a select committee;
11. To amend;
12. To postpone indefinitely;
13. To amend by striking out the enacting or resolving clause;
which several motions shall have precedence in the descending order
given.



10.3-Order of Questions
The Speaker shall propound all questions in the order in which they
are moved unless the subsequent motion be previous in nature; except
that in naming sums and fixing times, the largest sums and the longest
times shall be put first.



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10.13-Reconsideration: Clerk to Hold for Period
The Clerk shall retain possession of all bills for the period after passage
during which reconsideration may be moved, except during the last four-
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L0.4-Motions Which Can Be Made But Once
Motions to adjourn or recess shall be decided without debate by a
majority vote of those present and voting. Only one substitute for a
motion to adjourn shall be entertained. The substitute motion shall fix a
different time for adjournment, and the same shall be put without
debate, except that one minute shall be allowed the mover of the substi-
tute within which to explain his reasons therefore. The substitute motion
having been lost, the question shall be put on the original motion which
if lost shall preclude any further motion to adjourn until other business
shall have intervened.

10.5-Deleted as Obsolete

10.6-Division of Question
Any Member may call for a division of a question when the sense will
admit of it. A motion to strike out and insert shall be deemed indivisible;
a motion to strike out, being lost, shall neither preclude amendment nor
a motion to strike out and insert.

10.7-Reconsideration: Generally
When a motion or main question has been made and carried or lost it
shall be in order at any time as a matter of right on the same or succeed-
ing legislative day for a Member of the majority, or for any Member in
the case of a voice or tie vote, to move for reconsideration thereof. When
a majority of Members present vote in the affirmative but the proposition
be lost because it is one in which the concurrence of a greater number
than a majority is necessary for adoption or passage, any Member may
move for a reconsideration.
No bill referred to a committee, by a vote of the House, shall be
brought back into the House on a motion to reconsider.

10.8-Reconsideration: Disposition
If a motion to reconsider the vote on a main question is made during
the time when such motion may be considered under the proper daily
order of business it may, at the option of the mover, be decided instanter
or left pending. If it be made at a time when the same may not be prop-
erly considered under the order of business before the House, it shall be
left pending for consideration.
Such motion may be withdrawn on the day made or on the next suc-
ceeding legislative day but not thereafter without the consent of the
majority of the House. If not withdrawn or otherwise acted upon by the
original mover during the day said motion was made or the next succeed-
ing legislative day, any Member may thereafter call it up for consider-
ation.

10.9-Reconsideration: Last Fourteen Days
A motion to reconsider, if made during the last fourteen calendar days
of a regular session, or during extensions thereof, or during any special
session, shall be disposed of when made.

10.10-Reconsideration: Only Once
The motion to reconsider shall require for its adoption the affirmative
votes of a majority of the Members present and voting, and such motion
shall not be made on any proposition after once being considered by vote
of the House except by unanimous consent.

10.11-Reconsideration: When Debate Allowed
Debate shall be allowed on a motion to reconsider only when the ques-
tion which it is proposed to reconsider is debatable. Where debate upon
a motion to reconsider is in order, no Member shall speak thereon more
than once nor for a longer period than five minutes.

10.12-Reconsideration: Collateral Matters
The adoption of a motion to reconsider a vote upon any secondary
matter shall not remove the main subject under consideration from con-
sideration of the House. A motion to reconsider a collateral matter must
be disposed of at once during the course of the consideration of the main
subject to which it is related and such motion shall be out of order after
the House has passed to other business.
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and during any extensions thereof, or during any special session, these
shall be transmitted to the Senate forthwith.
The adoption of any motion to waive the Rules by a two-thirds vote of
the Members present and immediately certify any bill to the Senate shall
be construed as releasing the measure from the Clerk's possession for the
period of reconsideration. Bills either on the Local Calendar or passed as
local bills and concurrent resolutions and memorials shall be transmitted
to the Senate without delay. Messages relating to House action on Senate
amendments or to conference committee reports shall be transmitted
forthwith.
All bills, when transmitted to the Senate, shall be accompanied by a
message stating the title to the bill and asking the concurrence of that
body.

10.14-Previous Question
(a) The previous question may be asked and ordered upon any debat-
able single motion, or series of motions, or any amendment pending, and
the effect thereof shall be to conclude all action on the same day. If third
reading is reached on another day, the order for the previous question
must be renewed on that day.
The motion for the previous question shall be decided without debate.
If the motion prevails, the sponsor of a bill or debatable motion and an
opponent shall be allowed three minutes each within which to discuss the
same, and each may divide his time with, or waive his right in favor of,
some other Member. The motion for the previous question shall be put
in the following form: "Shall the main question be now put?"
(b) If a bill is being considered section by section, the previous question
shall include proposed amendments in the Clerk's possession, and debate
on the proposed amendments in the Clerk's possession shall be limited to
three minutes per side. The Clerk shall not receive further proposed
amendments after the motion has been made for the previous question.
(c) If the motion for the previous question be adopted, the sense of the
House shall be taken forthwith on pending amendments (and in the case
of proposed amendments in the Clerk's possession under Section (b)) and
the main question in the regular order. If amendments have been
adopted, the regular order shall include adoption of title amendments.
(d) The motion for the previous question may not be made by the
sponsor or mover.

10.15-Motion to Indefinitely Postpone
Motions to indefinitely postpone shall be applicable only to consider-
ation of a bill. The adoption of a motion to indefinitely postpone a bill
shall dispose of such bill for the duration of the legislative session and all
extensions thereof. Any motion to postpone consideration to a time
beyond the last day allowed under the Constitution for the current legis-
lative session shall be construed as a motion to indefinitely postpone.

10.16-Lay on Table
The motion to lay on the table shall be decided without debate, pro-
vided that before the motion is put, the sponsor of a bill or debatable
motion shall be allowed five minutes within which to discuss the same,
and he may divide his time with, or waive his right in favor of, some other
Member. If an amendment be laid on the table such action shall not carry
the subject matter with it.
The motion to lay on the table may not be made by the sponsor or
mover.

10.17-No Delaying Motions
No dilatory or delaying motions shall be entertained by the Speaker.

10.18-Motions Relating to Remarks
Any motion to spread remarks upon the Journal, except those of the
Governor and the Speaker, shall be referred to the Committee on Rules
& Calendar for recommendation before being put to the House.

Rule Eleven

Amendments



11.1-General Form; Manner of Consideration
Amendments shall be filed with the Clerk on forms supplied by the
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11.4-Striking All After Enacting Clause
A proposal to strike out all after the enacting clause or the resolving
clause of a bill and insert new matter of the same general subject as
stated in the original title, shall be deemed proper and germane and shall
be treated as an amendment.

11.5-Striking Out Enacting or Resolving Clause
An amendment to strike out the enacting or resolving clause of a bill
shall, if carried, be considered as equivalent to rejection of the bill by the
House.

11.6-Amendment by Section
The adoption of an amendment to a section shall not preclude further
amendment of that section. If a bill is being considered section by section
or item by item, only amendments to the section or item under consider-
ation shall be in order. The Speaker shall, in recognizing Members for the
purpose of moving the adoption of amendments, endeavor to cause all
amendments to Section 1 to be considered first, then all those to Section
2, and so on. After all sections have been considered separately, the whole
bill shall be open for amendment.

11.7-Amendments Printed in Journal
All amendments taken up, unless withdrawn, shall be printed in the
Journal except that an amendment to the general appropriations bill con-
stituting an entirely new bill shall not be printed until the filing of the
conference committee report. All item amendments to the general appro-
priations bill shall be printed.

11.8-Amendment Must be Germane
No proposition on a subject different from that under consideration
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Speaker to move their adoption, except that the chairman of the commit-
tee (or in his absence, the vice chairman or any member thereof) report-
ing the measure under consideration shall have preference for the presen-
tation of committee amendments. Unless there be objection, committee
amendments shall be adopted en bloc. An amendment shall be deemed
pending only after its proposer has been recognized by the Speaker and
has moved its adoption.

11.2-Adoption
Amendments shall be adopted on second reading of a bill by majority
vote; on third reading, by a two-thirds vote, except that corrective
amendments to the title, after perfection of the body, shall be decided
without debate by a majority vote on second or third reading. No bill
shall be amended in its title prior to the inclusion of the affected matter
in the text.

11.3-Sequence of Amendments to Amendments
An amendment to a pending amendment may be received, but until it
is disposed of no other motion to amend will be in order except a substi-
tute amendment or an amendment to the substitute. Such amendments
are to be disposed of in the following order: (1) Amendments to the
amendment are acted upon before the substitute is taken up. Only one
amendment to the amendment is in order at a time. (2) Amendments to
the substitute are next voted on. (3) The substitute then is voted on. The
adoption of a substitute amendment in lieu of an original amendment
shall be treated and considered as an amendment of the bill itself.

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11.9-House Amendment to Senate Bill
Any Senate bill may be amended in the same manner as a House bill.
If a Senate bill is amended the same shall be noted by the Clerk on the
jacket containing same before it is reported to the Senate.

11.10-Senate Amendment to House Bill
(a) The Clerk shall, during the first fifty-five calendar days of a regular
session, withhold from reading for twenty-four hours after receipt all
Senate messages with Senate amendments to House bills. The Clerk is
further directed to reproduce promptly the Senate amendments and dis-
tribute these to the Chamber desks of Members at least one hour, sooner
if feasible, before the reading of the message. After the first fifty-five cal-
endar days, the Clerk shall endeavor to reproduce and distribute Senate
amendments as expeditiously as possible, but the absence of copies shall
not bar the taking up of messages with Senate amendments.
(b) After the reading of a Senate amendment to a House bill the follow-
ing motions shall be privileged in the order named: (1) amend the Senate
amendment by a concurrence of the majority required for the final pas-
sage of the bill, or (2) concur in the Senate amendment by a concurrence
of the same majority required for the final passage of the bill, or (3)
refuse by the majority of the required quorum to concur and ask the
Senate to recede, or (4) request the Senate to recede and, failing to do so,
to appoint a conference committee to meet with a like committee
appointed by the Speaker.
(c) The Speaker may, upon determining that a Senate amendment sub-
stantially changes the bill as passed by the House, refer the Senate mes-
sage, with the bill and Senate amendmentss, to an appropriate House
committees) for review and report to the House. The Speaker, upon such
reference, shall announce the date and time for the committees) to meet.
The committees) shall report to the House the recommendation for dis-
position of the Senate amendments) under one of the four options pres-
ented in section (b) of this Rule. The report shall be given to the House,
either in writing or orally, by the Chairman of the reporting committee.
(d) No House bill with Senate amendment shall be accepted by the
Clerk from the Senate unless the amendment be typewritten in triplicate.

11.11-Senate Refusal to Concur in House Amendment
If the Senate shall refuse to concur in a House amendment to a Senate
bill, the following motions shall be in order and shall be privileged in the
order named: (1) that the House recede; or (2) that the House insist and
ask for a conference committee or (3) that the House insist.

11.12-Subject Matter of Amendment; Previous Unfavorable
Action
Whenever a bill has been reported unfavorably, and thereafter similar
or identical language otherwise germane is proposed for inclusion by
House amendment to another bill, it shall be the right of any Member to
raise a point of order previous to the adoption of the amendment, and the
Speaker shall rule whether, if the amendment is adopted, it shall be sub-
ject to commitment.
If the amendment is adopted, the Speaker shall order the measure han-
dled in accordance with his ruling on the point of order.

11.13-Appropriation Amendments
Whenever an amendment is offered to the general appropriations bill
which would increase any line item of said bill, such amendment shall
show the amount by line item of the increase and shall decrease a line
item or items in an amount equivalent to or greater than the increase
required by the amendment.

11.14-Reconsideration of Amendment on Third Reading
A motion for reconsideration of an amendment on third reading
requires a two-thirds vote for adoption.

11.15-All Amendments Shall Be Transmitted
Amendments adopted by all committees of reference (except those



incorporated in a committee substitute) shall accompany a bill when filed
with the Clerk of the House. No committee shall physically remove an
amendment adopted by a prior committee. Instead, there may be
adopted nullifying language as an amendment to the amendment or as a
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12.8-Misconduct by Non-Member
Any person not a Member who shall, whether the House is in session
or not, be guilty in the Chamber of misconduct or the use of unbecoming
language to a Member, shall be ejected from the Chamber for the remain-
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Rule Twelve

Decorum and Debate

12.1-Decorum and Debate
When any Member desires to speak or deliver any matter to the House,
the Member shall rise and respectfully address the Speaker as "Mr.
Speaker," and, on being recognized, may address the House from the
Member's desk or from the Well of the House, and shall confine the
address to the question under debate, avoiding personality. During
debate a Member shall not address or refer to another Member by first
name. In all such cases, a Member shall appropriately use the appellation
of "Mr.", "Gentleman", "Miss", "Ms.", "Mrs.", "Lady", or "Representative."

12.2-Speaker's Power of Recognition
When two or more Members rise at once, the Speaker shall name the
Member who is first to speak.

12.3-Interruption of Members in Debate
No Member shall be interrupted by another without the consent of the
Member who has the floor, except by rising to a question of order.

12.4-Time for Debate
No Member shall occupy more than fifteen minutes (ten minutes after
the first twenty calendar days of a regular session) in debate on any ques-
tion in the House or in committee, except as further provided in Rule
12.5. The Member introducing the bill under consideration (or someone
designated by him) may open and close, where general debate has been
had thereon; and he shall be entitled to five minutes to close, notwith-
standing he may have used fifteen minutes (ten minutes after the first
twenty calendar days) in opening. The Member proposing an amendment
or moving a motion (or someone designated by him) shall be entitled to
five minutes to close, notwithstanding he may have used fifteen minutes
(ten minutes after the first twenty calendar days) in opening. However,
this section shall not deprive the sponsor or mover of his right to close
when the effect of an amendment or motion would be to kill the bill,
amendment or motion. In such instances, the Member sponsoring the
amendment or motion and the sponsor of the bill each may close in that
order of speaking. No Member shall speak more than once to the same
question without leave of the House except in accordance with this Rule.

12.5-Limitation on Debate
When there is debate by the House, it shall be in order for a Member
to move to limit debate and such motion shall be decided without debate,
except that the sponsor or mover of the question under debate shall have
five minutes within which to discuss said motion, and may divide the
allotted time with, or waive it in favor of, some other Member. If, by
majority vote, the question is decided in the affirmative, debate shall be
limited to twenty minutes to each side, unless a greater time is stated in
the motion, such time to be apportioned by the Speaker; provided, how-
ever, that the sponsor or mover shall have an additional five minutes
within which to close the debate, and may divide the allotted time with,
or waive it in favor of, some other Member.

12.6-Priority of Business
All questions relating to the priority of business to be acted on shall be
decided without debate.

12.7-Questions of Privilege
Questions of privilege shall be: (1) Those affecting the House collec-
tively, its safety, dignity, and integrity of its proceedings; (2) The rights,
reputation and conduct of the Members individually, in their representa-
tive capacity only, and shall be in order at any time, but no Member shall
be permitted to speak longer than ten minutes on a question of privilege.
Questions of the privilege of the House shall be brought before the body
in the form of a resolution. Questions of personal privilege shall be raised
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Rule Thirteen

Lobbying

13.1-Those Required to Register
All persons, except Members of the Florida Legislature, or duly author-
ized members of the staff designated in writing by a Member with
authority over the designated staff member, who seek, directly or indi-
rectly, to encourage the passage, defeat or modification of any legislation
in the House or before its committees shall, before engaging in such activ-
ity, register with the Clerk of the House. "All persons" includes State
employees who are in attendance, as observers or otherwise, upon meet-
ings of committees of the House, except for those whose attendance as
witnesses or for the purpose of providing information has been requested
by the chairman of a committee or subcommittee. Every registrant, in
accordance herewith, shall also be required to state the extent of any
direct business association or partnership with any current Member of
the Legislature.

13.2-Method of Registration
Every person required to register as a lobbyist by Rule 13.1 shall regis-
ter on forms prepared by the Clerk of the House and shall state under
oath his name, business address, the name and business address of his
principal or principals represented, and the general and specific areas of
his legislative interest. The Clerk or a deputy in the Office of the Clerk
is authorized to acknowledge the oath of those registering in person. The
Clerk shall cause to be available to the public a list of those filing the reg-
istration statements under this Rule, together with the information con-
tained therein, on the first Monday of the session and weekly thereafter.
The Clerk shall also retain all original registration statements and
expenditure reports in a secure storage area. The registration as
described here shall, unless the individual formally withdraws his regis-
tration on forms provided by the Clerk of the House, be active and cur-
rent until the last day of that legislative biennium period.

13.3-Registration Exception
Any person who merely appears before a Member or committee of the
House in his individual capacity without compensation or reimburse-
ment, to express support of or opposition to any legislation, and who shall
so declare to the Representatives or committee with whom he discusses
any proposed legislation, shall not be required to register as a lobbyist.

13.4-Obligations of Lobbyist
A lobbyist shall supply facts, information, and opinions of principals to
Legislators from the point of view which he openly declares. A lobbyist
shall not offer or propose anything which may reasonably be construed to
improperly influence the official act, decision, or vote of a Legislator, nor
shall a lobbyist attempt to improperly influence the selection of officers
or employees of the House. A lobbyist by personal example and admoni-
tion to colleagues shall maintain the honor of the legislative process by
the integrity of his relationship with Legislators as well as with the prin-
cipals whom he represents.
A lobbyist shall not knowingly and willfully falsify, conceal or cover up
by any trick, scheme or device, a material fact or make any false, ficti-
tious or fraudulent statement or representation, or make or use any writ-
ing or document knowing the same to contain any false, fictitious or
fraudulent statements or entry.
No registered lobbyist shall be permitted upon the floor of the House
while it is in session.

13.5-Periodic Reports Required
A lobbyist shall semiannually submit to the Clerk of the House a
signed and certified statement listing all lobbying expenditures and
sources from which funds for making such expenditures have come. The
statement of session expenditures shall be filed by July 15 of each year
and shall include expenditures for the period from January 1 through
June 30. The statement of interim expenditures shall be filed by January
15 and shall include expenditures for the period from July 1 through



December 31, including expenditures for any special sessions. Lobbying
expenditures shall not include personal expenses for lodging, meals, and
travel. Said statements shall be rendered in the form provided by the



Clerk of the House and shall be open to public inspection. A statement
shall be filed even if there have been no expenditures during a reporting
period.

13.6-Advisory Opinions
A lobbyist, when in doubt about the applicability and interpretation of
these Rules in a particular context, shall submit in writing the facts for
an advisory opinion to a committee designated by the Speaker to have
responsibility for the ethical conduct of lobbyists and may appear in
person before said committee. This committee shall render advisory opin-
ions to any lobbyist who seeks advice as to whether the facts in a particu-
lar case would constitute a violation of these Rules. Such opinion until
amended or revoked shall be binding in any subsequent complaint con-
cerning the lobbyist who sought the opinion and acted on it in good faith,
unless material facts were omitted or misstated in the request for advi-
sory opinion. The committee shall make sufficient deletions to prevent
disclosing the identity of persons in the decisions or opinions. All advi-
sory opinions of this committee shall be numbered, dated and published
in the Journal of the House.

13.7-Compilation of Opinions: List of Lobbyists
The Clerk of the House shall keep a compilation of all advisory opin-
ions of the committee designated by the Speaker to have responsibility
for the ethical conduct of lobbyists as well as a current list of registered
lobbyists and their respective reports required under these Rules, all of
which shall be open to public inspection.

13.8-Penalties for Violations
Separately from any prosecutions or penalties otherwise provided by
law, any person determined to have violated the foregoing requirements
of this Rule may be reprimanded, censured or prohibited from lobbying
for all or any part of the legislative biennium during which the violation
occurred. Said determination shall be made by a majority of the House,
upon recommendation of the committee so designated under Rule 13.6.
This committee before making said recommendation, shall conduct a
hearing, after notifying the person alleged to have violated this Rule and
granting such person an opportunity to appear at the hearing.

Rule Fourteen

Chamber of the House

14.1-Use of the Chamber
The Chamber of the House shall be used for the legislative business of
the House and for the caucus meetings of its Members. Any other use
shall be allowed only at the discretion of the Speaker.

14.2-Privilege of the Floor
Other than present Members of the House and of the Senate, the per-
sons hereinafter named, and none other, shall be admitted during regular
daily sessions to the Chamber of the House, viz: The Governor, Lieuten-
ant Governor and Cabinet Members, Justices of the Supreme Court,
Members of Congress, contestants in election cases during the pendency
of their cases in the House, such persons as have, by name, received the
thanks of the Legislature; former Governors, former Members of the Cab-
inet, and former Members of the House and Senate who are not inter-
ested in any claim or directly in any bill pending before the Legislature,
and such employees of the House as may be needed on public business,
including such committee staff as shall be designated by committee
chairmen and approved by the Speaker. Visiting dignitaries or official
guests may be granted the privilege of the floor upon motion adopted by
a majority of the House.

14.3-Attire
When the House is in session all persons in the House Chamber shall
be dressed in proper business attire, which in the case of male persons
shall include coats and ties.

14.4-Recognition of Guests



Persons privileged under Rule 14.2 hereof and school classes, but none
others, may be presented to the House, and these only by and at the dis-
cretion of the Speaker. It shall be the duty of the Chairman of the Com-



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mittee on Rules & Calendar to call the attention of the Speaker to infrac-
tions of this Rule.

14.5-Supervision of Chamber
Supervision of the Chamber and galleries shall be vested in the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar, subject to the direction and control of the
Speaker. Provision shall be made for news personnel wishing to report
House proceedings. The Committee may promulgate regulations relating
to the distribution of materials in the Chamber.

Rule Fifteen

Construction and Waiver of Rules

15.1-Interpretation of Rules
The rules of parliamentary practice of the House of Representatives of
the United States shall govern this House in all cases in which they are
applicable and in which they are not in conflict with the Rules and Prece-
dents of this House. It shall be the duty of the Speaker, or the presiding
officer at the time, to interpret all Rules.

15.2-Waiver and Suspension of Rules
These Rules shall not be waived or suspended except by a two-thirds
vote of all the Members present, which motion when made shall be
decided without debate, except that no motion to waive any Rule requir-
ing unanimous consent of the House shall be adopted except by unani-
mous consent of those present.

15.3-Changes in Rules
All proposed actions touching the Rules and Order of Business in the
House shall be first referred to the Committee on Rules & Calendar,
which shall report as soon as practicable thereafter. Consideration of such
a report shall always be in order. No report of the Committee on Rules
& Calendar shall be received by the House unless same shows a quorum
of the committee present in person and a majority of those present agree-
ing on said report.

15.4-Majority Action
Unless otherwise indicated by these Rules, all action by the House shall
be by majority vote of those Members present. In all cases where the
House shall be equally divided, the question shall be lost.

15.5-Uniform Construction
Whenever in these Rules reference is made to "two-thirds of those pres-
ent", "two-thirds vote", "two-thirds of the House", "two-thirds of those
voting", etc., these shall all be construed to mean two-thirds of those
Members present, except that two-thirds of its membership shall be
required to consider additional proposed legislation in any extended or
special session in accordance with Article III, Section 3 of the Constitu-
tion.

15.6-General
When used in these Rules, the following words shall, unless the text
otherwise indicates, have the following respective meaning:
(a) The singular always includes the plural.
(b) Whenever a word denotes a particular sex, it shall include both
sexes.

15.7-"Days" Defined
Wherever used in these Rules, a "legislative" day shall mean a day
when the House will be in session. All other references to "days" mean
"calendar" days.

Standing Orders

Effective Dates of Measures



Your Committee on Rules & Calendar has examined the problem of
proper effective dates for general bills and the coordination of the same
with the Senate. The following are hereby proposed as established effec-
tive dates:



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not as Concurrent Resolutions.
3. A recognition ceremony should not include artistic performances or
extended remarks by a member or other person involved in the ceremony.
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1. For all bills affecting taxes, appropriations or the operation of state
agencies, that the effective date be July 1.
2. For all other general bills, the effective date will be October 1. The
reason for the October 1 effective date is to allow sufficient time to circu-
larize changes in general law to attorneys, governmental subdivisions and
offices, and the public in general.
3. In other respects, the effective date may vary from the above in order
to meet unique specific problems.
Upon acceptance of this report, this letter will be provided to all com-
mittees with the request that committee staff see to it that bills favorably
reported by committees contain appropriate effective dates.
(Journal House of Representatives 1972, February 14, p.296)

Prime Sponsors and Sponsors

(Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar)

Your Committee, upon discussion of sponsorship of Committee Substi-
tutes, feels that the Sponsor of a Committee Substitute is the Committee.
The introducer of the original bill, since it is laid upon the table upon
introduction of the Committee Substitute, has no right to move for the
withdrawal of the Substitute from further consideration.
Further, your Committee feels for the purpose of withdrawing bills
from further consideration, the first named Member shall be regarded as
the "Prime Sponsor" and the only Member empowered to move for the
withdrawal of a bill.
In moving for the withdrawal of a bill by floor motion, from further
consideration, the introducer should be required to identify the nature of
the bill so that the Members will not be taken by surprise.
(Journal House of Representatives 1976, April 22, p.382)

Distribution of Materials in Chamber
Meals in Chamber

Rule 14.6 [now 14.5] provides in part: "The supervision of the Chamber
and galleries shall be vested in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, sub-
ject to the direction and control of the Speaker".
In accordance with this, your Committee on Rules & Calendar has
adopted the following policy in regard to material distributed to the gen-
eral membership through the Sergeant at Arms' office and pages.
1. All material prior to such distribution shall be approved by the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar, acting through its chairman.
2. The following official materials have heretofore been approved and
will continue to be approved: House and Senate bills, resolutions, memo-
rials and amendments thereto, official calendars and journals; committee
meeting notices; communications from the Speaker and Clerk and official
communications from the Senate; official staff reports of standing or
select committees or/of the majority or minority parties.
3. No meals will be allowed on the floor without waiver of policy by 2/3
vote. This shall not be construed to prevent serving of drinks such as
juices, coffee or tea, soft drinks, milk, etc.
4. No newspapers shall be distributed or otherwise permitted in the
House Chamber while the House is in session without waiver of policy by
2/3 vote. This shall not relate to personal use by an individual member
of a newspaper as resource or reference material for purposes of debate.
This report does not address itself to the transmittal of material from one
member to another on the floor of the House.
(Journal House of Representatives 1973, April 16, p.209)

Guidelines for Recognition Ceremonies

Your Committee on Rules & Calendar respectfully submits the follow-
ing guidelines for recognition ceremonies:
1. A ceremonial resolution should not be more than 250 words in
length.
2. All ceremonial resolutions should be styled as House Resolutions,