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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    November 1990
        Tuesday, November 20
            Page 1
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            Page 3
            Page 4
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            Page 6
            Page 7
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            Page 11
            Page 12
            Page 13
            Page 14
            Page 15
            Page 16
    Index
        Contents
            Page 17
        Bills Sponsored in "A" Session
            Page 18
            Page 19
        Miscellaneous Subjects
            Page 20
        Vetoed Bills
            Page 21
        Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials
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            Page 24
        House Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition
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Full Text




Journals

of the


Florida



House of Representatives



Organization



Session



November 20, 1990
and



Special



Session



November 20, 1990

of the
Seventy-fifth House
since Statehood in 1845



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



"A"




















The JournalOF THE


House of Representatives


FIRST SPECIAL SESSION-"A" of 1990-1992



Number 1



Tuesday, November 20, 1990



Journal of the House of Representatives for a Special Session of the Seventy-fifth House since Statehood in 1845, convened
by Proclamation of the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives and held at the Capitol
in the City of Tallahassee in the State of Florida, on Tuesday, November 20, 1990.



The House was called to order by the Honorable T.K. Wetherell,
Speaker, at 2:00 p.m.

Prayer
The following prayer was offered by Representative Crady:
Our Father, Who art in heaven, give us the realization of the enormous
task that we have before us today in a special session of the House of
Representatives of the State of Florida. Give us each the courage to do that
which is right, not only in Your eyes, but in the eyes of the State. We hope
that the ethics package that we pass today will be meaningful legislation
for all of us. Bless each and every one of us as we do Thy works. We ask
these things in Thy name. Amen.
The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Carpenter
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley



Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson
Jones, C. F.



Jones, Daryl
Jones, Dennis
Kelly
King
Langton
Laurent
Lawson
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Lombard
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
McEwan
Mims
Mishkin
Mitchell
Morse
Mortham
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reaves
Reddick



Excused: Representative Geller.
A quorum was present.



Ritchie
Roberts
Rojas
Rudd
Rush
Safley
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



The following proclamation was read:

THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
JOINT PROCLAMATION
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA SENATE AND
THE FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
We, Gwen Margolis, President of the Florida Senate, and T.K.
Wetherell, Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, by virtue of
the authority vested in us by Article III, Section 3(c), Florida Constitution,
and Section 11.011, Florida Statutes, do hereby proclaim:
1. That the Legislature of the State of Florida is convened in Special
Session pursuant to Article III, Section 3(c), Florida Constitution, and
Section 11.011, Florida Statutes, at the Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida at
2:00 p.m., on Tuesday, the 20th day of November, 1990, for a period of 1
day, ending at 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, November 20, 1990.
2. That the Legislature is convened for the sole and exclusive purpose
of consideration of legislation relating to:
Prohibition and reporting of gifts to public officers and
employees.

GWEN MARGOLIS T.K. WETHERELL
President Speaker
The Florida Senate The Florida House of Representatives
November 20, 1990 November 20, 1990



Duly filed with and received by the
Florida Department of State this
20th day of November, 1990 by:
BEVERLY B. BURNSED
Assistant Secretary of State
for the Secretary of State



Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.



House Physician
The Speaker introduced Dr. Jim White, Ormond Beach, who was serving
in the Clinic today upon invitation of the Speaker.
1



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



TLA



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Select Committee Appointment
The Speaker announced the appointment of the following Members,
under Rule 6.3, to the Select Committee on Rules & Calender:
Representative Johnson, Chairman; Representatives Arnold, Ascherl,
Bloom, Crady, Jamerson, Kelly, Lippman, Long, Mackey, Ostrau,
Saunders, Simon, Wallace, Hanson, Holland, Huenink, Mortham,
McEwan, Safley and Valdes.
On motion by Representative Johnson, the Select Committee was
clothed with the powers of a standing committee.

Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Albright, Graham-
HJR 1-A-A joint resolution proposing the creation of Section 19 of
Article III, Section 7 of Article VIII, and Section 20 of Article XII and the
amendment of Section 5 of Article IV and Section 4 of Article IX of the
State Constitution relating to terms of legislators, members of the Cabinet,
members of county and municipal governing boards, mayors, and school
board members.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Albright-
HB 3-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers' compensation;
amending s. 440.02, F.S.; defining "employee"; specifying persons who may
elect to be exempt from coverage; limiting recovery in certain actions by
such exempt persons; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Long-
HB 5-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers' compensation;
amending s. 440.02, F.S.; defining "employee"; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Morse-
HB 7-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to physician assistants;
providing legislative intent; reenacting s. 458.347(7)(b), (f), F.S.; increasing
the maximum physician assistant certification renewal fee; requiring
review of certain certification prior to renewal; specifying alternative
certification requirements; providing an application fee; providing for
future repeal and review pursuant to the Regulatory Sunset Act; providing
an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Lawson-
HB 9-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ethics in government;
amending s. 112.312, F.S.; defining "gift" and "relative" for purposes of the
code of ethics and constitutional financial disclosure; amending s. 112.3135,
F.S.; limiting applicability of a definition of "relative"; amending s.
112.3145, F.S.; deleting a provision relating to disclosure of gifts; amending
s. 112.3146, F.S.; providing that certain statements are public records;
amending s. 112.3147, F.S.; specifying forms to be used for certain
disclosures; correcting language and cross references; amending s.
112.3148, F.S.; providing definitions; prohibiting certain gifts to persons
required to file financial disclosure; requiring reporting of certain other
gifts; requiring lobbyists to provide certain statements to recipients of
gifts; providing penalties; creating s. 112.3149, F.S.; providing definitions;
prohibiting persons required to file financial disclosure from soliciting or
accepting certain honoraria; requiring reporting of certain honoraria and
related expenses; reenacting s. 112.317, F.S., relating to penalties;



amending s. 112.3185, F.S.; specifying applicable definition of "relative";
amending ss. 20.171, 121.24, and 337.185, F.S.; deleting references to
"honorarium"; amending ss. 189.412, 343.73, and 348.0003, F.S.; specifying
applicability of provisions relating to gifts and honoraria; amending s.
106.07, F.S.; correcting a cross reference; providing an effective date.



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Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representatives Bainter, C. F. Jones-
HB 11-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public education
capital outlay appropriations; eliminating the requirement that moneys
appropriated under Item 2170 of ch. 90-209, Laws of Florida, from the
Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund for
specified vocational-technical facilities must be matched in specified
percentages by the respective school districts and noneducational entities;
providing an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Cosgrove-
HR 13-A-A resolution commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the
Greater Homestead/Florida City Chamber of Commerce.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Cosgrove-
HR 15-A-A resolution recognizing the creation of the Greater South
Dade/South Miami Chamber of Commerce.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Mackey, C. Smith, Flagg-
HB 17-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to unfair pricing and
marketing practices; creating s. 501.214, F.S.; providing legislative findings
and declarations with respect to price-gouging; creating s. 501.215, F.S.;
providing definitions; creating s. 501.216, F.S.; prohibiting price-gouging
and providing that such action is a violation of the Florida Deceptive and
Unfair Trade Practices Act; creating s. 501.217, F.S.; providing regulations
with respect to local emergencies; amending ss. 526.304, 526.305, 526.307,
526.308, and 526.312, F.S.; revising the Motor Fuel Marketing Practices
Act; revising language to include reference to relevant geographic markets;
providing for additional unfair practices which are unlawful; revising
language with respect to unlawful rebates; providing for injunctive relief
under certain circumstances; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Kelly-
HB 19-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public education
capital outlay appropriations; eliminating the requirement that moneys
appropriated under Item 2170 of ch. 90-209, Laws of Florida, from the
Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund for
specified vocational-technical facilities must be matched in specified
percentages by the respective school districts and noneducational entities;
providing an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Glickman-
HB 21-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal offenses;
amending s. 316.193, F.S.; providing that driving with a specified breath
alcohol level constitutes driving under the influence; providing minimum
fines; requiring certain notice to the defendant; amending s. 316.1932, F.S.;
specifying the basis for determining the percent of alcohol in blood or
breath; expanding implied consent for blood tests; specifying persons who
may withdraw blood for blood test purposes; providing for release of breath
test information; amending s. 316.1933, F.S.; specifying persons who may
withdraw blood; amending s. 316.1934, F.S.; defining "normal faculties";
providing admissibility of breath tests; specifying presumptions relating to



impairment; providing that the length of time elapsing between the arrest
and the test shall not be considered in determining admissibility of the test;
providing for admissibility of an affidavit containing the results of a blood
or breath test in specified circumstances; creating s. 316.1939, F.S.;
providing for seizure and forfeiture of vehicles involved in certain cases of










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driving under the influence; providing exceptions; amending s. 327.35, F.S.;
providing that operating a vessel with a specified breath alcohol level
constitutes operating a vessel under the influence; requiring certain notice
to the defendant; providing for seizure and forfeiture of vessels involved
in certain cases of operating a vessel under the influence; amending s.
327.352, F.S., relating to tests for impairment or intoxication with respect
to operating a vessel under the influence, to conform; amending s. 327.354,
F.S.; providing admissibility of breath tests; specifying presumptions
relating to impairment; specifying the basis for determining the percent of
alcohol in blood or breath; amending ss. 316.656, 322.291, and 327.36, F.S.,
to conform; reenacting ss. 322.03(1)(b), 322.264, 322.271(2)(a), 322.28(2)(a)
and (e) and (5)(a), 322.282(2)(a), 327.351(1) and (2), 327.3521(1) and (2),
and 327.353, F.S., relating to accident reports, driver's licenses, and
operation of a vessel while intoxicated, to incorporate the amendments to
ss. 316.193, 316.1932, 316.1933, 316.1934, and 327.35, F.S., in references
thereto; amending s. 90.803, F.S.; providing for admissibility of an affidavit
containing the results of a blood or breath test notwithstanding the hearsay
rule; amending s. 316.062, F.S.; providing that the duty of a person to give
information regarding an accident to a law enforcement officer does not
extend to information that would incriminate the person; amending ss.
316.066 and 324.051, F.S.; providing circumstances under which a law
enforcement officer may testify as to statements made to him relating to
accidents; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Simon-
HB 23-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to international affairs;
reenacting s. 288.801, F.S., relating to legislative findings and intent;
reenacting s. 288.802, F.S., relating to the principal international affairs
officer of the state; reenacting s. 288.803, F.S., relating to creation of the
Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting s. 288.804, F.S.,
relating to duties of the commission; reenacting s. 288.805, F.S., relating to
the strategic plan for international economic development; reenacting s.
288.806, F.S., relating to international business promotion grants;
reenacting s. 288.807, F.S., relating to biennial reports; reenacting s.
288.808, F.S., relating to the Florida International Affairs Commission
Trust Fund; reenacting s. 288.809, F.S., relating to the Florida
International Affairs Foundation; reenacting s. 288.810, F.S., relating to
the executive director of the commission; reenacting s. 288.811, F.S.,
relating to the Florida International Trade and Investment Council;
reenacting s. 288.812, F.S., relating to the Florida International Tourism
Advisory Council; reenacting s. 288.813, F.S., relating to the Agricultural
Advisory Council of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services; reenacting s. 288.814, F.S., relating to the Florida International
Council; reenacting s. 288.815, F.S., relating to international research;
reenacting s. 288.816, F.S., relating to intergovernmental relations;
reenacting s. 229.6054, F.S., relating to international education; reenacting
s. 288.817, F.S., relating to international education liaison; reenacting s.
76(2) and (3), ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to feasibility studies
conducted by the Board of Regents; reenacting s. 229.6053(1) and (3)(a)
and (b), F.S., relating to the Florida Commission on International
Education; reenacting s. 240.137, F.S., relating to linkage institutes
between postsecondary institutions of Florida and foreign countries;
reenacting s. 288.818, F.S., relating to the International Language Institute
Advisory Council; reenacting s. 228.086(1) and (4)(e) and (g), F.S., relating
to regional centers of excellence; reenacting s. 229.59(1), F.S., relating to
educational improvement projects; reenacting s. 229.6056, F.S., relating to
education outreach activities; reenacting s. 240.145(1), F.S., relating to the
Postsecondary Education Planning Commission; reenacting s. 240.147(2),
F.S., relating to duties of the commission; reenacting s. 187.201(1)(b), F.S.,
relating to educational policies of the State Comprehensive Plan;
reenacting s. 229.6051, F.S., relating to cooperation of educational agencies
with the Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting s. 15.18,
F.S., relating to international and cultural relations; reenacting s. 88, ch.
90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to duties of the Department of State;
reenacting s. 89, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to future repeal of ss.
15.185 and 15.20, F.S.; reenacting s. 288.819, F.S., relating to the Florida
International Banking Advisory Council; reenacting s. 20.17(2)(c) and (4),



F.S., relating to the Department of Commerce; reenacting and amending
s. 92, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to appointments to the Economic



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of liability; reenacting s. 440.12(1), F.S., relating to commencement of
compensation; reenacting s. 440.13, F.S., relating to medicalservices and
supplies; reenacting s. 440.135, F.S., relating to pilot programs for medical
and remedial care; reenacting s. 440.15, F.S., relating to compensation for
disability; reenacting s. 440.16(1)(b), F.S., relating to compensation for



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Development Advisory Council; correcting a cross reference; reenacting s.
288.025, F.S., relating to the Division of International Trade and
Development of the Department of Commerce; reenacting s. 288.03, F.S.,
relating to the Division of Economic Development of the Department of
Commerce; reenacting s. 288.115, F.S., relating to expenses of the
Department of Commerce; reenacting s. 288.118(1), F.S., relating to the
export finance officer of the Division of International Trade and
Development; reenacting s. 601.15(10)(h), F.S., relating to citrus
marketing; reenacting and amending ss. 98-100, ch. 90-201, Laws of
Florida, relating to future repeals; correcting cross references; reenacting
and amending s. 288.820, F.S., relating to implementation of specified
provisions; clarifying a cross reference; reenacting s. 288.8041, F.S., relating
to duties of the Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting s.
288.8032, F.S., relating to organization of the commission; reenacting s.
288.760, F.S., relating to export finance; reenacting s. 288.821, F.S., relating
to the Florida International Tourism Promotion Council; reenacting and
amending s. 288.822, F.S., relating to operation of foreign offices; correcting
a cross reference; reenacting s. 288.823, F.S., relating to the Florida Council
of International Economic Advisors; reenacting s. 108, ch. 90-201, Laws of
Florida, relating to amendment of s. 288.117, F.S., relating to international
currency and barter exchanges; reenacting s. 109, ch. 90-201, Laws of
Florida, relating to amendment of s. 288.121, F.S., relating to the Division
of Tourism of the Department of Commerce; reenacting s. 288.824, F.S.,
relating to powers of the Governor; reenacting s. 288.825, F.S., relating to
reports to the Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting and
amending s. 112, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to future repeals;
correcting cross references; reenacting s. 288.123(1) and (2), F.S., relating
to the Tourism Advisory Council; reenacting s. 288.826, F.S., relating to the
Florida International Trade and Promotion Trust Fund; providing for
review and repeal of ss. 288.821 and 288.823, F.S.; reenacting s. 120, ch. 90-
201, Laws of Florida, relating to severability; providing a retroactive
effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Lippman-
HB 25-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to leaves of absence to
public officials and employees for active military service; amending s.
115.09, F.S.; deleting the prohibition against pay beyond the first 30 days
of leaves of absence; amending s. 115.14, F.S.; providing for and granting
the employing authority the discretion to supplement the military pay of
officials and employees who are reservists called to active military service
for a period of 180 days; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Simon-
HB 27-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers'
compensation; reenacting s. 20.13(4), F.S., relating to the Division of
Insurance Fraud of the Department of Insurance; reenacting s. 20.171(2),
(3), and (5), F.S., relating to the Department of Labor and Employment
Security and the Industrial Relations Commission; reenacting s. 4, ch. 90-
201, Laws of Florida, relating to a petition to the Supreme Court for
adoption of rules; reenacting s. 442.20, F.S., relating to workplace safety;
reenacting s. 7, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to an appropriation;
reenacting s. 440.015, F.S., relating to construction of the Workers'
Compensation Law; reenacting s. 440.02, F.S., relating to definitions;
reenacting s. 440.055, F.S., relating to employer affidavits; reenacting s.
440.09, F.S., relating to coverage; reenacting s. 440.092, F.S., relating to
recreational and social activities, going to or coming from work, deviation
from employment, traveling employees, and subsequent intervening
accidents; reenacting s. 440.10, F.S., relating to liability for compensation;
reenacting s. 440.101, F.S., relating to legislative intent with respect to
drug-free workplaces; reenacting s. 440.102, F.S., relating to drug-free
workplace programs; reenacting s. 440.11(1), F.S., relating to exclusiveness










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death; reenacting s. 440.185(4), F.S., relating to informational brochures;
reenacting s. 440.19(1), F.S., relating to time and procedure for filing
claims; reenacting s. 440.20(9) and (12), F.S., relating to payment of
compensation; reenacting s. 440.25(3) and (4), F.S., relating to procedures
for hearings and appeals; reenacting s. 26, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida,
relating to the repeal of s. 440.26, F.S., relating to presumptions; reenacting
s. 440.271, F.S., relating to appellate review of orders of judges of
compensation claims; reenacting s. 440.272, F.S., relating to appellate
review of orders of the Industrial Relations Commission; reenacting s.
440.34(2), (3), (5), and (7), F.S., relating to attorney's fees and costs;
reenacting s. 440.37(4), F.S., relating to penalties for misrepresentation and
fraud; reenacting s. 440.38(1), (3), and (5), F.S., relating to security for
compensation; reenacting s. 440.381, F.S., relating to applications for
coverage and payroll reporting and auditing; reenacting s. 440.385, F.S.,
relating to the Florida Self-Insurers Guaranty Association; reenacting s.
440.386, F.S., relating to insolvency; reenacting s. 440.39(3)(a), F.S.,
relating to third-party liability; reenacting s. 440.43, F.S., relating to
penalties for failure to secure payment of compensation; reenacting s. 37,
ch. 90-201; Laws of Florida, relating to the repeal of s. 440.44(8) and (10),
F.S., relating to an advisory council and the Workers' Compensation
Oversight Board; reenacting s. 440.4415, F.S., relating to the Workers'
Compensation Oversight Board; reenacting s. 440.45(1) and (2), F.S.,
relating to judges of compensation claims; reenacting s. 440.49, F.S.,
relating to rehabilitation of injured employees and the Special Disability
Trust Fund; reenacting s. 440.52, F.S., relating to registration of insurance
carriers; reenacting s. 440.56(6), F.S., relating to penalties for violation of
safety rules; reenacting s. 440.572, F.S., relating to authorization of
individual self-insurers to provide coverage; reenacting s. 440.575(1)(c),
F.S., relating to local government pools; reenacting s. 440.59, F.S., relating
to risk management reports; reenacting s. 440.591, F.S., relating to
rulemaking authority; reenacting ss. 489.114 and 489.510, F.S., relating to
evidence of coverage of contractors; reenacting s. 626.611(15), F.S., relating
to fraudulent and dishonest practices; reenacting s. 626.869(5), F.S.,
relating to workers' compensation insurance adjuster course requirements;
reenacting s. 627.0915, F.S., relating to rate filings; reenacting s. 627.1615,
F.S., relating to discrimination against certain applicants for coverage;
reenacting s. 627.162, F.S., relating to installment payment of premiums;
reenacting ss. 54-58, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to the Joint Select
Committee on Workers' Compensation, alternative methods of compliance
with the act, rate reductions, and future review and repeal; reenacting ss.
115-120, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to appropriations and
severability; providing a retroactive effective date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Simon-
HB 29-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers'
compensation; reenacting and amending s. 440.02, F.S.; defining
"employee"; reenacting and amending s. 440.13, F.S.; defining "medicines";
reenacting and amending s. 440.15, F.S.; correcting a cross reference;
reenacting and amending s. 20.171, F.S.; providing for nomination of
members of the Industrial Relations Commission; providing an effective
date.
Placed in the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having
ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Kelly, B. L. Johnson, Lippman, Saunders, Arnold,
Ostrau, Glickman, Trammell, Hanson, Hafner, Clemons, Bloom, Daryl
Jones, Long, Jamerson, Stafford, Grindle, Feeney, Hawkins, Tobin,
Rayson, Chinoy, Mishkin, Chestnut, Flagg, Mackey, Boyd, Reddick, Rush,
Sindler, Roberts, Goode, Sansom, Stone--
HB 31-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ethics in government;
amending s. 11.045, F.S.; revising provisions relating to registration of
lobbyists; providing for registration of lobbyists with each house of the
Legislature; requiring each house to adopt certain rules; providing
penalties; amending s. 112.312, F.S.; defining "gift" and "relative" for
purposes of the code of ethics and constitutional financial disclosure;
reenacting s. 112.313(4), F.S., relating to prohibition of unauthorized



compensation; amending s. 112.3135, F.S.; limiting applicability of a
definition of "relative"; amending s. 112.3145, F.S.; expanding definition of



"specified state employee"; deleting a provision relating to disclosure of
gifts; amending s. 112.3146, F.S.; providing that certain statements are
public records; amending s. 112.3147, F.S.; specifying forms to be used for
certain disclosures; amending s. 112.3148, F.S.; providing definitions;
prohibiting solicitation or acceptance of certain gifts and other items by
persons required to file financial disclosure and certain other state
employees; requiring reporting of certain other gifts; prohibiting the giving
of certain gifts; requiring certain statements to recipients of gifts; requiring
reports; providing for the valuation of gifts; providing penalties; providing
for advisory opinions; creating s. 112.3149, F.S.; providing definitions;
prohibiting persons required to file financial disclosure and certain other
state employees from soliciting or accepting certain honoraria; prohibiting
the giving of certain honoraria; requiring reporting of certain honoraria and
related expenses; providing penalties; providing for advisory opinions;
reenacting s. 112.317, F.S., relating to penalties; amending s. 112.3185, F.S.;
specifying applicable definition of "relative"; amending ss. 20.171, 121.24,
and 337.185, F.S.; deleting references to "honorarium"; amending ss.
189.412, 343.73, and 348.0003, F.S.; specifying applicability of provisions
relating to gifts and honoraria; amending s. 106.07, F.S.; correcting a cross
reference; requiring the Joint Legislative Management Committee to
adopt a code of conduct for lobbyists; providing applicability; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Johnson, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and HB 31-A was read the second time by
title. On motion by Reps. Johnson and Lombard, the rules were waived by
two-thirds vote and the bill was read the third time by title. On passage,



the vote was:
Yeas-119
The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Carpenter
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Nays-None



Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson
Jones, C. F.



Jones, Daryl
Jones, Dennis
Kelly
King
Langton
Laurent
Lawson
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Lombard
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
McEwan
Mims
Mishkin
Mitchell
Morse
Mortham
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reaves
Reddick



Ritchie
Roberts
Rojas
Rudd
Rush
Safley
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.
Rep. Kelly thanked the staff and members of the Committee on Ethics
& Elections and the Joint Advisory Committee on Ethics.
Rep. Simon moved that HB 23-A be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call. The
vote was:
Yeas-111



The Chair
Abrams



Bainter
Banjanin



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Albright
Arnall



Arnold
Ascherl










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Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Carpenter
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Friedman
Garcia
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Nays-4
Hargrett



Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl
Jones, Dennis
Kelly
Langton



King



Laurent
Lawson
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Lombard
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
McEwan
Mims
Mishkin
Mitchell
Morse
Mortham
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Reaves
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rojas



Martinez



Rudd
Rush
Safley
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



Silver



The motion was agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds vote
and-

HB 23-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to international affairs;
reenacting s. 288.801, F.S., relating to legislative findings and intent;
reenacting s. 288.802, F.S., relating to the principal international affairs
officer of the state; reenacting s. 288.803, F.S., relating to creation of the
Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting s. 288.804, F.S.,
relating to duties of the commission; reenacting s. 288.805, F.S., relating to
the strategic plan for international economic development; reenacting s.
288.806, F.S., relating to international business promotion grants;
reenacting s. 288.807, F.S., relating to biennial reports; reenacting s.
288.808, F.S., relating to the Florida International Affairs Commission
Trust Fund; reenacting s. 288.809, F.S., relating to the Florida
International Affairs Foundation; reenacting s. 288.810, F.S., relating to
the executive director of the commission; reenacting s. 288.811, F.S.,
relating to the Florida International Trade and Investment Council;
reenacting s. 288.812, F.S., relating to the Florida International Tourism
Advisory Council; reenacting s. 288.813, F.S., relating to the Agricultural
Advisory Council of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services; reenacting s. 288.814, F.S., relating to the Florida International
Council; reenacting s. 288.815, F.S., relating to international research;
reenacting s. 288.816, F.S., relating to intergovernmental relations;
reenacting s. 229.6054, F.S., relating to international education; reenacting
s. 288.817, F.S., relating to international education liaison; reenacting s.
76(2) and (3), ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to feasibility studies
conducted by the Board of Regents; reenacting s. 229.6053(1) and (3)(a)
and (b), F.S., relating to the Florida Commission on International
Education; reenacting s. 240.137, F.S., relating to linkage institutes
between postsecondary institutions of Florida and foreign countries;
reenacting s. 288.818, F.S., relating to the International Language Institute
Advisory Council; reenacting s. 228.086(1) and (4)(e) and (g), F.S., relating
to regional centers of excellence; reenacting s. 229.59(1), F.S., relating to
educational improvement projects; reenacting s. 229.6056, F.S., relating to
education outreach activities; reenacting s. 240.145(1), F.S., relating to the
Postsecondary Education Planning Commission; reenacting s. 240.147(2),
F.S., relating to duties of the commission; reenacting s. 187.201(1)(b), F.S.,
relating to educational policies of the State Comprehensive Plan;
reenacting s. 229.6051, F.S., relating to cooperation of educational agencies
with the Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting s. 15.18,
F.S., relating to international and cultural relations; reenacting s. 88, ch.
90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to duties of the Department of State;
reenacting s. 89, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to future repeal of ss.




15.185 and 15.20, F.S.; reenacting s. 288.819, F.S., relating to the Florida
International Banking Advisory Council; reenacting s. 20.17(2)(c) and (4),
F.S., relating to the Department of Commerce; reenacting and amending
s. 92, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to appointments to the Economic
Development Advisory Council; correcting a cross reference; reenacting s.
288.025, F.S., relating to the Division of International Trade and
Development of the Department of Commerce; reenacting s. 288.03, F.S.,
relating to the Division of Economic Development of the Department of
Commerce; reenacting s. 288.115, F.S., relating to expenses of the
Department of Commerce; reenacting s. 288.118(1), F.S., relating to the
export finance officer of the Division of International Trade and
Development; reenacting s. 601.15(10)(h), F.S., relating to citrus
marketing; reenacting and amending ss. 98-100, ch. 90-201, Laws of
Florida, relating to future repeals; correcting cross references; reenacting
and amending s. 288.820, F.S., relating to implementation of specified
provisions; clarifying a cross reference; reenacting s. 288.8041, F.S., relating
to duties of the Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting s.
288.8032, F.S., relating to organization of the commission; reenacting s.
288.760, F.S., relating to export finance; reenacting s. 288.821, F.S., relating
to the Florida International Tourism Promotion Council; reenacting and
amending s. 288.822, F.S., relating to operation of foreign offices; correcting
a cross reference; reenacting s. 288.823, F.S., relating to the Florida Council
of International Economic Advisors; reenacting s. 108, ch. 90-201, Laws of
Florida, relating to amendment of s. 288.117, F.S., relating to international
currency and barter exchanges; reenacting s. 109, ch. 90-201, Laws of
Florida, relating to amendment of s. 288.121, F.S., relating to the Division
of Tourism of the Department of Commerce; reenacting s. 288.824, F.S.,
relating to powers of the Governor; reenacting s. 288.825, F.S., relating to
reports to the Florida International Affairs Commission; reenacting and
amending s. 112, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to future repeals;
correcting cross references; reenacting s. 288.123(1) and (2), F.S., relating
to the Tourism Advisory Council; reenacting s. 288.826, F.S., relating to the
Florida International Trade and Promotion Trust Fund; providing for
review and repeal of ss. 288.821 and 288.823, F.S.; reenacting s. 120, ch. 90-
201, Laws of Florida, relating to severability; providing a retroactive
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select Committee
on Rules & Calendar.
Rep. Simon moved that HB 27-A be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
The motion was agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds vote
and-

HB 27-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers'
compensation; reenacting s. 20.13(4), F.S., relating to the Division of
Insurance Fraud of the Department of Insurance; reenacting s. 20.171(2),
(3), and (5), F.S., relating to the Department of Labor and Employment
Security and the Industrial Relations Commission; reenacting s. 4, ch. 90-
201, Laws of Florida, relating to a petition to the Supreme Court for
adoption of rules; reenacting s. 442.20, F.S., relating to workplace safety;
reenacting s. 7, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to an appropriation;
reenacting s. 440.015, F.S., relating to construction of the Workers'
Compensation Law; reenacting s. 440.02, F.S., relating to definitions;
reenacting s. 440.055, F.S., relating to employer affidavits; reenacting s.
440.09, F.S., relating to coverage; reenacting s. 440.092, F.S., relating to
recreational and social activities, going to or coming from work, deviation
from employment, traveling employees, and subsequent intervening
accidents; reenacting s. 440.10, F.S., relating to liability for compensation;
reenacting s. 440.101, F.S., relating to legislative intent with respect to
drug-free workplaces; reenacting s. 440.102, F.S., relating to drug-free
workplace programs; reenacting s. 440.11(1), F.S., relating to exclusiveness
of liability; reenacting s. 440.12(1), F.S., relating to commencement of
compensation; reenacting s. 440.13, F.S., relating to medical services and
supplies; reenacting s. 440.135, F.S., relating to pilot programs for medical
and remedial care; reenacting s. 440.15, F.S., relating to compensation for
disability; reenacting s. 440.16(1)(b), F.S., relating to compensation for
death; reenacting s. 440.185(4), F.S., relating to informational brochures;
reenacting s. 440.19(1), F.S., relating to time and procedure for filing



claims; reenacting s. 440.20(9) and (12), F.S., relating to payment of
compensation; reenacting s. 440.25(3) and (4), F.S., relating to procedures
for hearings and appeals; reenacting s. 26, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida,



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relating to the repeal of s. 440.26, F.S., relating to presumptions; reenacting
s. 440.271, F.S., relating to appellate review of orders of judges of
compensation claims; reenacting s. 440.272, F.S., relating to appellate
review of orders of the Industrial Relations Commission; reenacting s.
440.34(2), (3), (5), and (7), F.S., relating to attorney's fees and costs;
reenacting s. 440.37(4), F.S., relating to penalties for misrepresentation and
fraud; reenacting s. 440.38(1), (3), and (5), F.S., relating to security for
compensation; reenacting s. 440.381, F.S., relating to applications for
coverage and payroll reporting and auditing; reenacting s. 440.385, F.S.,
relating to the Florida Self-Insurers Guaranty Association; reenacting s.
440.386, F.S., relating to insolvency; reenacting s. 440.39(3)(a), F.S.,
relating to third-party liability; reenacting s. 440.43, F.S., relating to
penalties for failure to secure payment of compensation; reenacting s. 37,
ch. 90-201; Laws of Florida, relating to the repeal of s. 440.44(8) and (10),
F.S., relating to an advisory council and the Workers' Compensation
Oversight Board; reenacting s. 440.4415, F.S., relating to the Workers'
Compensation Oversight Board; reenacting s. 440.45(1) and (2), F.S.,
relating to judges of compensation claims; reenacting s. 440.49, F.S.,
relating to rehabilitation of injured employees and the Special Disability
Trust Fund; reenacting s. 440.52, F.S., relating to registration of insurance
carriers; reenacting s. 440.56(6), F.S., relating to penalties for violation of
safety rules; reenacting s. 440.572, F.S., relating to authorization of
individual self-insurers to provide coverage; reenacting s. 440.575(1)(c),
F.S., relating to local government pools; reenacting s. 440.59, F.S., relating
to risk management reports; reenacting s. 440.591, F.S., relating to
rulemaking authority; reenacting ss. 489.114 and 489.510, F.S., relating to
evidence of coverage of contractors; reenacting s. 626.611(15), F.S., relating
to fraudulent and dishonest practices; reenacting s. 626.869(5), F.S.,
relating to workers' compensation insurance adjuster course requirements;
reenacting s. 627.0915, F.S., relating to rate filings; reenacting s. 627.1615,
F.S., relating to discrimination against certain applicants for coverage;
reenacting s. 627.162, F.S., relating to installment payment of premiums;
reenacting ss. 54-58, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to the Joint Select
Committee on Workers' Compensation, alternative methods of compliance
with the act, rate reductions, and future review and repeal; reenacting ss.
115-120, ch. 90-201, Laws of Florida, relating to appropriations and
severability; providing a retroactive effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select Committee
on Rules & Calendar.
Rep. Simon moved that HB 29-A be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
The motion was agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds vote
and-

HB 29-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers'
compensation; reenacting and amending s. 440.02, F.S.; defining
"employee"; reenacting and amending s. 440.13, F.S.; defining "medicines";
reenacting and amending s. 440.15, F.S.; correcting a cross reference;
reenacting and amending s. 20.171, F.S.; providing for nomination of
members of the Industrial Relations Commission; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select Committee
on Rules & Calendar.
Rep. Bainter moved that HB 11-A be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.



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The motion was agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds vote
and-

HB 3-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to workers' compensation;
amending s. 440.02, F.S.; defining "employee"; specifying persons who may
elect to be exempt from coverage; limiting recovery in certain actions by
such exempt persons; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select Committee
on Rules & Calendar.
Rep. Glickman moved that HB 21-A be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
The motion was agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds vote
and-

HB 21-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal offenses;
amending s. 316.193, F.S.; providing that driving with a specified breath
alcohol level constitutes driving under the influence; providing minimum
fines; requiring certain notice to the defendant; amending s. 316.1932, F.S.;
specifying the basis for determining the percent of alcohol in blood or
breath; expanding implied consent for blood tests; specifying persons who
may withdraw blood for blood test purposes; providing for release of breath
test information; amending s. 316.1933, F.S.; specifying persons who may
withdraw blood; amending s. 316.1934, F.S.; defining "normal faculties";
providing admissibility of breath tests; specifying presumptions relating to
impairment; providing that the length of time elapsing between the arrest
and the test shall not be considered in determining admissibility of the test;
providing for admissibility of an affidavit containing the results of a blood
or breath test in specified circumstances; creating s. 316.1939, F.S.;
providing for seizure and forfeiture of vehicles involved in certain cases of
driving under the influence; providing exceptions; amending s. 327.35, F.S.;
providing that operating a vessel with a specified breath alcohol level
constitutes operating a vessel under the influence; requiring certain notice
to the defendant; providing for seizure and forfeiture of vessels involved
in certain cases of operating a vessel under the influence; amending s.
327.352, F.S., relating to tests for impairment or intoxication with respect
to operating a vessel under the influence, to conform; amending s. 327.354,
F.S.; providing admissibility of breath tests; specifying presumptions
relating to impairment; specifying the basis for determining the percent of
alcohol in blood or breath; amending ss. 316.656, 322.291, and 327.36, F.S.,
to conform; reenacting ss. 322.03(1)(b), 322.264, 322.271(2)(a), 322.28(2)(a)
and (e) and (5)(a), 322.282(2)(a), 327.351(1) and (2), 327.3521(1) and (2),
and 327.353, F.S., relating to accident reports, driver's licenses, and
operation of a vessel while intoxicated, to incorporate the amendments to
ss. 316.193, 316.1932, 316.1933, 316.1934, and 327.35, F.S., in references
thereto; amending s. 90.803, F.S.; providing for admissibility of an affidavit
containing the results of a blood or breath test notwithstanding the hearsay
rule; amending s. 316.062, F.S.; providing that the duty of a person to give
information regarding an accident to a law enforcement officer does not
extend to information that would incriminate the person; amending ss.
316.066 and 324.051, F.S.; providing circumstances under which a law
enforcement officer may testify as to statements made to him relating to
accidents; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select Committee
on Rules & Calendar.



The motion was agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds vote Waiver of Rule 6 for Committee Meetings and Bills



and-



HB 11-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public education
capital outlay appropriations; eliminating the requirement that moneys
appropriated under Item 2170 of ch. 90-209, Laws of Florida, from the
Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund for
specified vocational-technical facilities must be matched in specified
percentages by the respective school districts and noneducational entities;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select Committee
on Rules & Calendar.



On motion by Representative Johnson, Chairman, without objection, the
rules were waived and the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar was
given permission to meet at 4:00 p.m. today to consider HBs 3-A, 11-A,
21-A, 23-A, 27-A and 29-A.

Announcements
Representative Ostrau announced the birth of his grandson, Scott
Edward Ostrau, this past June 23.

Recessed



Rep. Albright moved that HB 3-A be admitted for introduction, the The House stood in informal recess at 3:08 p.m. to reconvene upon the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call. call of the Speaker.











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Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 5:34 p.m.
A quorum was present.
The Speaker thanked Rep. Kelly, Rep. Lombard and the staff of the
Minority Office for their help on HB 31-A.

Communications
Vetoed Bills
The following veto messages were received:



The Honorable T.K. Wetherell
Speaker
Florida House of Representatives



November 20, 1990



Dear Mr. Speaker:
In compliance with the provisions of Article III, Section 8(b) of the State
Constitution, I am transmitting to you for consideration of the House the
following 1990 vetoed bills, Regular Session. The Governor's objections are
attached thereto.
CS/HB 345 Relating to Criminal Offenses
HB 363 Relief of Mirtha Schlussler
CS/HB 1189 Relating to the "Local Option Tourist Development
Act"



CS/HBs 1799
347
and 365
HB 2961
HB 3313
HB 3383



Relating to Clean Indoor Air
Relating to Motor Vehicle Insurance
Relating to Palm Beach County
Relating to the St. Johns County Coastal Construction
Control Line
Sincerely,
JIM SMITH
Secretary of State



Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State July 3, 1990
Dear Secretary Smith:
By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provisions of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval and transmit to you with my
objections, Committee Substitute for House Bill 345, enacted by the 92nd
Regular Session since statehood in 1845, convened under the Constitution
of 1968, during the Regular Session of 1990, and entitled:
An act relating to criminal offenses; amending s. 316.193, F.S.;
providing that driving with a specified breath alcohol level constitutes
driving under the influence; providing minimum fines; requiring
certain notice to the defendant; amending s. 316.1932, F.S.; specifying
the basis for determining the percent of alcohol in blood or breath;
expanding implied consent for blood tests; specifying persons who may
withdraw blood for blood test purposes; providing for release of breath
test information; amending s. 316.1933, F.S.; specifying persons who
may withdraw blood; amending s. 316.1934, F.S.; defining "normal
faculties"; providing admissibility of breath tests; specifying
presumptions relating to impairment; providing that the length of
time elapsing between the arrest and the test shall not be considered
in determining admissibility of the test; providing for admissibility of
an affidavit containing the results of a blood or breath test in specified
circumstances; creating s. 316.1937, F.S.; providing for seizure and
forfeiture of vehicles involved in certain cases of driving under the
influence; providing exceptions; amending ss. 316.656, 322.291, 327.35,
327.352(1)(a)-(d), 327.354, and 327.36(2)(a), F.S.; providing for
unlawful breath alcohol levels for which penalties are provided by law;
providing a conversion ratio for blood alcohol analysis to breath
alcohol analysis; providing for testing methods and procedures;
providing for implied consent to testing and for presumptions of
breath alcohol impairment; providing for release of breath alcohol test



results; providing for seizure and forfeiture of vessels involved in
certain cases of operating a vessel under the influence; reenacting ss.
316.066(4), 322.03(1)(b), 322.264, 322.271(2)(a), 322.28(2)(a) and (e),
322.28(5)(a), 322.282(2)(a), 327.351(1) and (2), and 327.353, F.S.,
relating to accident reports, driver's licenses and operation of a vessel
while intoxicated, to incorporate the amendments to ss. 316.193,
316.1932, 316.1933, 316.1934, and 327.35, F.S., in references thereto;
amending s. 90.803, F.S.; providing for admissibility of an affidavit
containing the results of a blood or breath test; amending s. 316.062,
F.S.; providing that the duty of a person to give information regarding
an accident to a law enforcement officer does not extend to
information that would incriminate the person; amending s. 316.061,
F.S.; increasing the maximum fine for leaving the scene of an accident
involving damage to vehicles or property; amending ss. 316.066 and
324.051, F.S.; providing circumstances under which a law enforcement
officer may testify as to statements made to him relating to accidents;
amending s. 921.107, F.S.; authorizing the court to require certain
offenders to participate in a substance abuse treatment and education
program; providing terms and conditions; providing fines; providing
for disposition of fine; providing an effective date.
The purpose of this measure is to make a series of changes to Florida's
DUI and BUI laws. It contains a number of very good provisions, however,
through an oversight in the legislative amending process, subsections 2, 3
and 4 of Section 327.35, Florida Statutes, are deleted. If this measure is
allowed to become law, the penalties for operating a vessel while under the
influence of alcohol or controlled substances would be repealed. For this
reason, I am withholding my approval from Committee Substitute for
House Bill 345, and do hereby veto the same.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.



Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State
Dear Secretary Smith:



July 3, 1990



By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provisions of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval and transmit to you with my
objections, House Bill 363, enacted by the 92nd Regular Session since
statehood in 1845, convened under the Constitution of 1968, during the
Regular Session of 1990, and entitled:
An act for the relief of Mirtha Schlussler, as the widow of William
Schlussler and the intended beneficiary of his estate; providing an
appropriation for the purpose of paying Mirtha Schlussler the
retirement benefits earned by William Schlussler through his service
as a Metropolitan Dade County police officer and member of the
Florida Retirement System; providing an effective date.
This is a claim for $63,706.00 to be paid by the Division of Retirement
from General Revenue to the widow of a deceased Metro-Dade police
officer. On June 12, 1990, the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ruled that Mirtha
Schlussler receive the lifetime retirement benefit provided for her deceased
husband's retirement plan thereby duplicating the benefits contained in
House Bill 363. The most appropriate funding mechanism is to allow these
benefits to be paid from the Florida Retirement Services Trust Fund as
provided in the court order allowing Ms. Mirtha Schlussler to receive her
lifetime monthly benefit (actuarial equivalent to $63,706.00) as provided
by the court order. For these reasons, I am withholding my approval from
House Bill 363, and do hereby veto the same.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.



November 20, 1990



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Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State July 2, 1990
Dear Secretary Smith:
By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provisions of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval and transmit to you with my
objections, Committee Substitute for House Bill 1189, enacted by the 92nd
Regular Session since statehood in 1845, convened under the Constitution
of 1968, during the Regular Session of 1990, and entitled:
An act relating to the "Local Option Tourist Development Act";
amending s. 125.0104, F.S.; revising provisions which authorize the
levy of an additional tax for the construction or renovation of a
professional sports franchise facility, to provide that a limitation
applicable to counties that are authorized to levy a convention
development tax does not apply to the levy of said additional tax;
amending s. 125.0104, F.S.; allowing certain charter counties to levy by
ordinance a tax on the sale of food, beverages, or alcoholic beverages
in hotels, motels, or other specified establishments; prescribing
requirements for such levy; providing for the collection of the tax and
the uses of the tax proceeds; providing for rulemaking; requiring
certain records to be kept and made available to the public; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
One of the key local tax provisions of this legislation is substantially
similar to Committee Substitute for Committee Substitute for Senate Bill
1578 vetoed by me on June 14, 1990. I am withholding my approval of this
measure for the same basic reasons that I vetoed Committee Substitute for
Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 1578. The means for implementing
the tax on the sale of food, beverages and alcoholic beverages in Palm
Beach County is inconsistent with the policies I have consistently
advocated for such measures. I am therefore withholding my approval of
Committee Substitute for House Bill 1189 and do hereby veto the same.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.
Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State July 3, 1990
Dear Secretary Smith:
By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provisions of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval and transmit to you with my
objections, Committee Substitute for House Bill 1799, enacted by the 92nd
Regular Session since statehood in 1845, convened under the Constitution
of 1968, during the Regular Session of 1990, and entitled:
An act relating to clean indoor air; amending s. 386.203, F.S.;
modifying definitions; amending s. 386.204, F.S.; modifying
prohibition against smoking in a public place; amending s. 386.205,
F.S.; requiring the designation of smoking areas in certain facilities;
providing additional places that may not be designated as smoking
areas; modifying requirements for designating a patient's room as a
smoking area; eliminating exceptions to the square footage limitation
for smoking areas in certain public places; providing for smoking areas
in facilities having common areas under certain circumstances;
amending s. 386.206, F.S.; modifying authorization for certain
discretionary signs; creating s. 386.211, F.S.; making it unlawful to
interfere with a person who reports certain violations; providing for
enforcement; prohibiting personnel actions based on the use of
tobacco products; creating s. 386.212, F.S.; requiring public
announcements in certain public transportation terminals that
smoking is allowed only in designated areas; providing an effective



date.
This measure amends Florida's Clean Indoor Air Act. Its purpose as
originally introduced was to improve the Clean Indoor Air Act by
prohibiting smoking in a variety of public places including the common
areas of multi-family dwellings, educational facilities and day care centers.



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Initially, the bill was supported by the American Heart Association, the
American Lung Association and other concerned organizations. During the
process, the bill was amended to authorize rights for smokers by requiring
that smoking areas be set aside in specific facilities including airports,
sporting facilities and movie theaters. This measure was also amended to
provide that the use of tobacco products shall not be the basis of any
personnel action involving the firing, promotion, reassignment, change of
duties or compensation, or other disciplinary action, of any employee.
The amendments made to this legislation in the final hours of the session
are unclear and appear to infringe substantially on the rights of
nonsmokers. Under one provision, it would not be possible for an employer
to take disciplinary action against an employee who blatantly violated a no
smoking area. In another provision, it requires the set-aside of smoking
areas in movie theaters, sporting facilities and airports even if there is no
space available and even if the proprietor of the facility does not wish to
designate such areas. Because of the defects in these amendments, many
of those originally supporting the legislation, including the American Heart
Association and one of the bill's primary sponsors, Representative Bruce
Hoffmann, now request a veto of the same. In my opinion, the defects in
the bill now outweigh the merits.
For these reasons, I am withholding my approval from Committee
Substitute for House Bill 1799, and do hereby veto the same.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.



Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State



Dear Secretary Smith:
By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provisions of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval and transmit to you with my
objections, House Bill 2961, enacted by the 92nd Regular Session since
statehood in 1845, convened under the Constitution of 1968, during the
Regular Session of 1990, and entitled:
An act relating to motor vehicle insurance; creating s. 627.0653, F.S.;
requiring the Department of Insurance to adopt rules to provide for
the reduction of premium charges for comprehensive coverage of a
motor vehicle equipped with an antitheft device or a motor vehicle
recovery system or both; providing an effective date.
This measure establishes procedures for discounts in insurance
comprehensive premium charges for motor vehicles with antitheft devices
or a recovery system. It is similar in content to the provisions of Committee
Substitute for Senate Bill 2670, which provides for similar discounting, but
allows procedures that are more flexible. There is the opportunity for more
competition and lower rates under the second measure. I am therefore
withholding my approval of House Bill 2961 and do hereby veto the same.
In the alternative, it is my intention to sign Committee Substitute for
Senate Bill 2670, which provides for better procedures and more
competitive guidelines for the reduction of rates.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.



Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State



July 3, 1990



Dear Secretary Smith:
By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provisions of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval and transmit to you with my
objections, House Bill 3313, enacted by the 92nd Regular Session since
statehood in 1845, convened under the Constitution of 1968, during the
Regular Session of 1990, and entitled:



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An act relating to Palm Beach County; amending chapter 87-450, Laws
of Florida, as amended; providing that the Palm Beach County Health
Care District shall be exempt from the payment of taxes to community
redevelopment agencies created pursuant to part III of chapter 163,
Florida Statutes; providing for severability; providing an effective
date.
The purpose of this measure is to provide an exemption for the Palm
Beach County Health Care District from the payment of any revenue to
community redevelopment agencies. There is concern over the precedent
which this exemption represents in relation to the ability of agencies to
carry out their redevelopment activities. More specifically, there is concern
that the legislation may impair the obligations of the Boca Raton
Community Redevelopment Agency that have already been put into place.
There is disagreement among counsel as to the impact and impairment
that this legislation may have on the outstanding bond obligations.
I am therefore withholding my approval of House Bill 3313, and do
hereby veto the same.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.
Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State July 5, 1990
Dear Secretary Smith:
By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provisions of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval and transmit to you with my
objections, House Bill 3383, enacted by the 92nd Regular Session since
statehood in 1845, convened under the Constitution of 1968, during the
Regular Session of 1990, and entitled:
An act relating to the St. Johns County coastal construction control
line; providing legislative intent; providing an exemption from
portions of s. 161.053, F.S., relating to regulation on a county basis of
coastal construction and excavation; providing for coastal construction
requirements; providing an effective date.
The purpose of this measure is to exempt certain portions of the
coastline in St. Johns County from the requirements of Section 161.053,
relating to coastal construction control lines. An exemption for the area
proposed in this legislation was previously requested by the County from
the Governor and Cabinet, and the request was denied. In general terms,
this measure conflicts with Florida's policy relating to coastal resources
and protection of coastal property. There are already available remedies
in Florida law to accomplish the same results, and it is unclear whether or
not the County has sufficient staff resources or expertise to administer the
coastal construction regulations that this legislation would impose.
For these reasons, I am withholding my approval from House Bill 3383,
and do hereby veto the same.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.



The Honorable T.K. Wetherell
Speaker November 20, 1990
Dear Mr. Speaker:
In compliance with the provisions of Article III, Section 8(b) of the State
Constitution, I am transmitting to you for consideration of the House the
following bill, 1990 Regular Session, with the Governor's objections
attached thereto:



(Chapter 90-209, Laws of Florida).



We understand that the original law will be returned to this office
following any legislative action which may be taken on the vetoed portions.


Sincerely,
JIM SMITH
Secretary of State
Honorable Jim Smith
Secretary of State June 26, 1990
Dear Mr. Secretary:
By the authority vested in me as Governor of Florida, under the
provision of Article III, Section 8, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, I do hereby withhold my approval of portions of House Bill 3701,
enacted by the Eleventh Legislature of Florida under the Florida
Constitution, 1968 Revision, during the Regular Session of 1990, and
entitled:
"An act making appropriations; providing moneys for the annual period
beginning July 1, 1990, and ending June 30, 1991, to pay salaries, other
expenses, capital outlay buildings, and other improvements, and for
other specified purposes of the various agencies of state government;
providing an effective date."
I have reviewed House Bill 3701, the General Appropriations Act, and
find that for the most part it does an effective job of providing the people
of Florida with the services they need and desire while considering what
size government they are willing to pay for.
For four years, I have urged the Legislature to avoid the temptation to
fill the State budget with projects of interest only to a specific area or
limited segment of Florida's population. While there is still much progress
to be made if we are to attain this goal, I am pleased that this year's
Appropriations Bill does not contain as many of these unacceptable items
as in years past.
One area of marked progress is the diminished legislative reliance on
working papers to achieve results through the Appropriations Bill. It is
clear the public never intended the State's budget to be written through
documents that are not a part of the formal Appropriations Bill, and it is
a healthy sign that the Legislature has reduced the use of these documents
to achieve its purposes.
Through this message, I am vetoing 85 specific items totalling
$81,571,394. These vetoes include $6 million from the General Revenue
Fund; $5.25 million from Lottery funds; $2 million from the State
Infrastructure Fund; $600,000 from the Public Education Capital Outlay
(PECO) fund; $3.6 million in appropriations from the Working Capital
Fund, and $64.1 million from other trust funds.
As a result of these vetoes, the Working Capital Fund for the 1990-91
fiscal year will be set at $180 million. This contrasts favorably with earlier
projections that our State's "rainy day" fund would have been in deficit at
the conclusion of the 1989-90 fiscal year had the Legislature not approved
the revenue speedup measure I proposed. Because of that action, our State
will instead end the current year with a "rainy day" fund balance of $192.4
million.
Proviso language following Appropriation 2 on page 1 appropriating
$1,126,000 from the Law Enforcement Trust Fund for salary increases is
hereby vetoed. This proviso language duplicates an appropriation in
Senate Bill 1516.
"From the funds provided in Specific Appropriation 2, $1,126,000
from the Law Enforcement Trust Fund are contingent upon HB
3293 or similar legislation becoming law."
Appropriation 141A on page 17 appropriating $100,000 from the General
Revenue Fund for a Citizens Fraud and Education Foundation is hereby
vetoed. This appropriation was not requested by the Department of
Banking and Finance and no information is available about this item.
Sufficient justification has not been provided to properly evaluate this
item to determine whether there would be any statewide benefits from this
appropriation.
"141A Special Categories



Grants and Aids Citizens Fraud
and Education Foundation
From General Revenue Fund 100,000"



November 20, 1990



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Appropriation 206A and the associated proviso language on page 23
appropriating $1,100,000 from the General Revenue Fund for enhanced
cigarette tax enforcement are hereby vetoed. This item duplicates an
appropriation in House Bill 3695.



"206A Lump Sum
Enhanced Cigarette Tax
Enforcement CS/HB 3695

From General Revenue Fund



Positions 23



Funds and positions in Specific Appropriation 206A are
contingent upon HB 3695 or similar legislation becoming law."
Appropriation 232A on page 26 appropriating one position and
$1,850,000 from the Cooperative Advertising Trust Fund for the
Cooperative Advertising Program is hereby vetoed. The statutory
authority needed to generate the revenue to fund this appropriation was
not passed by the Legislature.
"232A Aid to Local Governments
Grants and Aids Cooperative Advertising
Program



From Cooperative Advertising Trust
Fund



Positions 1

1,850,000"



November 20, 1990



"367A Special Categories
Grants and Aids Leon County Sheriffs
Office
From General Revenue Fund



From the Funds in Specific Appropriation 367A, $39,411 is
provided for the Leon County Correctional Facility of the Leon
County Sheriffs Department for the Personal Development Life
Management Training of inmates demonstration project and an
additional $10,000 is provided to the department for a
preliminary evaluation of the program to determine, statistically,
the value of the program at the jail and the possibility of its use
in the state correctional system."
Appropriation 367C on page 48 appropriating $850,000 from the General
Revenue Fund for the Gadsden County Drug Abuse Task Force is hereby
vetoed. This program was not requested by the Department of Corrections
and did not go through the normal competitive needs assessment process.
Sufficient documentation regarding the nature of the task force and future
operating and fixed capital outlay funding needs for this program was not
available from the Department of Corrections or Legislative staff to allow
for a determination of need. Although the State supports drug abuse
programs, this appears to be a local project which should be supported by
local funding.



49,411



Appropriation 233A and associated proviso on page 26 appropriating
three positions and $234,200 from the General Revenue Fund for Florida
Strategic Fund Act administration are hereby vetoed. Statutory authority
to establish the Florida Strategic Fund Act was not passed by the
Legislature.
"233A Lump Sum
Grants and Aids Florida Strategic Fund
Act Administration



From General Revenue Fund



Positions 3



234,200



Funds and positions in Specific Appropriation 233A are
contingent upon HB 2365 or similar legislation becoming law."
Proviso language following Appropriation 300 on page 37 appropriating
$160,000 from the General Revenue Fund to provide Community
Development Corporations in Daytona Beach and Jacksonville is hereby
vetoed. This appropriation circumvents the normal competitive evaluation
process used by the Department of Community Affairs when approving
applications for establishing Community Development Corporations.
"From funds in Specific Appropriation 294 and 300, $160,000 is
provided for two additional Community Development
Corporations, one of each to be located in Daytona Beach and
Jacksonville."
Appropriation 359A and associated proviso language on page 46
appropriating $210,093 from the General Revenue Fund for Tampa
Crossroads, Incorporated, are hereby vetoed. This program will serve only
local clients. Available General Revenue funds should first be used to fully
address the State's prison problems before adopting the responsibility for
traditionally local activities. This program was not requested by the
Department of Corrections, and did not go through the normal competitive
needs assessment process.
"359A Special Categories
Grants and Aids Tampa Crossroads
From General Revenue Fund 210,093
Funds in Specific Appropriation 359A are to be used to contract
with Tampa Crossroads, Inc., to provide a program for
alternatives to incarceration for non-violent women offenders."
Appropriation 367A and associated proviso language on page 48
appropriating $49,411 from the General Revenue Fund for a Personal
Development Life Management Training of inmates demonstration
project in the Leon County Sheriffs Department are hereby vetoed. This
program will serve only local clients. Available General Revenue funds
should first be used to fully address the State's prison problems before
adopting the responsibility for traditionally local activities. This program
was not requested by the Department of Corrections and did not go
through the normal competitive needs assessment process.



"367C Special Categories
Grants and Aids Gadsden County Drug
Abuse Task Force
From General Revenue Fund



850,000"



Appropriation 367D on page 48 appropriating $100,000 from the General
Revenue Fund for the Masters Prison Ministry program is hereby vetoed.
This program has historically been a volunteer program which should be
encouraged to remain voluntary. This program was not requested by the
Department of Corrections and did not go through the normal competitive
needs assessment process.



"367D Special Categories
Grants and Aids Masters Prison Ministry
From General Revenue Fund



100,000"



Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 380 on page 51
appropriating $10,000 from the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund for
a feasibility study for the establishment of a Florida/Africa linkage
institute are hereby vetoed. This appropriation duplicates Appropriation
861A on page 158 in the Commission on International Affairs in the
Executive Office of the Governor.
"The $10,000 provided for a feasibility study for the establishment
of a Florida/Africa linkage institute is contingent on the passage
of HB 3471 or similar legislation."
Appropriation 459B on page 70 appropriating $250,000 from the General
Revenue Fund for the International Oceanographic Foundation is hereby
vetoed. This appropriation to a private foundation for the repair and
upgrade of marine science exhibits has not been requested by the
Department of Education. Demonstration of the statewide need for this
program was not available.



"459B Special Categories
International Oceanographic Foundation
From General Revenue



Funds provided in Specific Appropriations 459B shall be
transferred to the International Oceanographic Foundation
through the University of Miami. The University of Miami shall
retain no overhead monies from this appropriation."
Appropriation 508A on page 78 appropriating $250,000 from the
Educational Enhancement Trust Fund for Arts in Education Grants is
hereby vetoed. This appropriation is a duplication of Appropriation 1853A
on page 295 for the Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs.
"508A Aid to Local Governments



Grant and Aids Arts in Education
Grants
From Educational Enhancement
Trust Fund



250,000"



250,000



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Appropriation 517A and associated proviso on page 87 appropriating
$3,600,000 from the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund for a General
Development Corporation Guarantee are hereby vetoed. When real
property taxes are not paid by the owner, the law provides for the sale of
tax certificates for the unpaid amounts to hold school districts and the
other local governments harmless. In essence, the law already provides a
procedure to assure that these monies are received by local governments.
The precedent established by this appropriation is bad, and justification
for funding this request has not been demonstrated. Providing "windfall"
benefits to private companies or special benefits to individual districts is
bad public policy.



"517A Aid to Local Governments
General Development Corporation Guarantee
From Educational Enhancement
Trust Fund



3,600,000



The funds provided in Specific Appropriation 517A are for the
school districts affected by the non-payment of 1989-90 local
required effort ad valorem taxes as specified in s. 236.081(4),
Florida Statutes, prior to filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
by General Development Corporation. The Department of
Education shall calculate the 1989-90 ad valorem taxes not paid
to each district involved in the same manner as prescribed in s.
236.081(4), Florida Statutes. The Department of Education shall
disseminate the amounts calculated to each school district
affected in July, 1990, but if the total amounts for all school
districts exceeds the amount appropriated, the department shall
prorate based on each district dollar amount.
Within thirty days of receiving these ad valorem taxes unpaid in
1989-90 each school district shall remit to the Department of
Education the tax amounts received, prorated based on millages
levied by the school district in 1989-90, up to the amounts
calculated and distributed under these provisions as provided for
in s. 236.081(13), Florida Statutes."
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 565 on page 99
appropriating $1,000,000 from the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund
for school transportation safety in Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties are
hereby vetoed. This appropriation will provide funding to upgrade roads
through the Blackwater River State Forest. This project was not requested
by the Department of Education and is inappropriately located in the
Department of Education budget. A road upgrade project also represents
an inappropriate use of Lottery funds.
"From the funds provided in Specific Appropriation 565, up to
$1,000,000 is provided for school transportation safety in
Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties."
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 605 on page 116
appropriating up to $250,000 from the Education Enhancement Trust
Fund to Lake City Community College to establish a golf course and
landscape operations endowment program are hereby vetoed. This
appropriation was not requested by the Department of Education, nor has
it been subject to a competitive evaluation and approval process.
Additionally, this appropriation circumvents the statutory process for
allocation of funds as provided in section 240.36, Florida Statutes.
"Included in Specific Appropriation 605 is $250,000 to Lake City
Community College to establish a golf course and landscape
operations endowment program. This appropriation is contingent
upon the State Board of Community Colleges designating this
program as the state's only center of excellence in golf course and
landscape operation for the community college system; the college
establishing a separate endowment account for this program; and
the funds being matched from private sources on a $60 private to
$40 State basis."
Appropriation 615B on page 118 appropriating $38,162 from the
Educational Enhancement Trust Fund for the Lannon Museum is hereby
vetoed. Funds for operating new facilities are provided through a funding
formula included in the Community College Program Fund. Designating
operating costs for this specific facility is an inappropriate earmark of State
funds.



"615B Special Categories
Lannon Museum Palm Beach Community
College
From Educational Enhancement
Trust Fund



38,162"



Appropriation 643A on page 126 appropriating $100,000 from General
Revenue Fund for the Florida A&M University/Miami-Dade 2+2 Program
is hereby vetoed. This appropriation for establishing a construction
engineering technology articulation program was not requested by the
Board of Regents. Demonstration of need for this program was not
provided in order to support a funding request.



"643A Lump Sum
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
University/Miami-Dade 2+2 Program
From General Revenue Fund



Proviso language following Appropriation 671 on page 132 referring to
funds appropriated in Appropriation 664 on page 130, appropriating
$50,000 from the General Revenue Fund for the site survey and planning
for a comprehensive research facility in Gadsden County is hereby vetoed.
This appropriation did not go through a competitive review process and
was not recommended by the Board of Regents. This language
inappropriately uses General Revenue funds for facilities planning
purposes, which should be funded by PECO.
"From the funds provided in Specific Appropriation 664, $50,000
shall be used for a site survey and planning for a comprehensive
research facility in Gadsden County."
Proviso language following Appropriation 688 on page 135 appropriating
$100,000 from the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund for the Florida
Endowment for Higher Education is hereby vetoed. This appropriation
was not recommended by the Board of Regents or requested by the
Department of Education, and did not go through the appropriate review
process. Demonstration of need for this additional funding was not
available.
"From funds provided in Specific Appropriation 688, $100,000
shall be provided to the Florida Endowment for Higher Education
contingent upon the passage of SB 1098 or similar legislation."
Appropriation 708A on page 139 appropriating $225,800 from the
General Revenue Fund for the Southeast Florida Higher Education
Consortium is hereby vetoed. The appropriation to conduct a
comprehensive study of ways to integrate post-secondary education and
economic development in southeast Florida was not requested by the
Board of Regents.
"708A Special Categories
Southeast Florida Higher Education
Consortium Strategic Plan
From General Revenue Fund 225,800"
Proviso language following Appropriation 710 on page 141 appropriating
$188,000 from the Florida Clinical Practice Association into the Incidental
Trust Fund is hereby vetoed. This appropriation diverts funds from the
Florida Clinical Practice Association and changes the substantive purpose
for which the funds are traditionally used. Such change, if it is to occur,
should be debated in separate substantive legislation. This appropriation
was not requested by the Association or by the Board of Regents and is an
inappropriate diversion of monies.
"Funds in Specific Appropriation 710 anticipate a deposit of
$188,000 from the Florida Clinical Practice Association into the
Incidental Trust Fund to provide for increasing the enrollment of
physician assistant students at the University of Florida. Up to six
positions may be established for this purpose."
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 861A on page 158
appropriating $10,000 from the General Revenue Fund to develop a debt-
for-education swap program for Florida are hereby vetoed. This item was
not requested by the Department of Education and sufficient justification
has not been provided to determine whether there would be any statewide
benefits from this appropriation.
"and $10,000 shall be used to develop a debt-for-education swap
program for Florida."



100,000"



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Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 915 on page 166
appropriating $30,000 from the General Revenue Fund for the City of
North Miami to study alternative uses for the medical facility located in
North Miami are hereby vetoed. Sufficient justification has not been
provided to fund this study of alternative uses of this privately owned
facility. There is no statewide benefit, therefore, it should be supported
with an alternative revenue source.
"From the funds in Specific Appropriation 915, $30,000 in non-
recurring general revenue shall be used by the City of North
Miami to study alternative uses for the medical facility which is
located within the City of North Miami."
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 981 on page 181
appropriating $541,980 from the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health
Trust Fund for Turning Point, Incorporated, to develop substance abuse
programs in Orange and Palm Beach Counties are hereby vetoed. Turning
Point, Incorporated, is not registered with the Secretary of State, Division
of Corporations as a Florida corporation. It is a private non-profit
Minnesota based organization that is not currently operating in Florida.
"From the funds in Specific Appropriation 981, $541,980 in
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Trust Funds is provided
to Turning Point, Inc. to develop two adult substance abuse
programs, one in Orange County and one in Palm Beach County."
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 1033 on page 197
appropriating $15,000 from the General Revenue Fund for the Lurrie
Group Home are hereby vetoed. This appropriation has circumvented the
needs analysis and competitive contracting process and was not
recommended in the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services'
budget request. The Group Home Loan Program established under
Chapter 10F-5, Florida Administrative Code, provides start-up funding for
residential programs based on statewide needs. These loans are forgiven
over a five year period to non-profit organizations who comply with the
requirements of Chapter 10F-5, F.A.C. The Lurrie Group Home should
apply for a loan through this statewide program.
"From the funds in Specific Appropriation 1033, $15,000 of non-
recurring general revenue is provided for the Lurrie Group
Home."
Appropriation 1068 and associated proviso language on page 203
appropriating $714,000 from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund for the
Safe Drinking Water Program are hereby vetoed. This appropriation
duplicates the appropriation identified for this program in Committee
Substitute for House Bill 3065.



"1068 Lump Sum
Safe Drinking Water Program

From Grants and Donations
Trust Fund



Positions 2



714,000



Funds provided in Appropriation 1068 shall be used solely for
activities associated with the Florida Drinking Water Act and are
contingent upon legislation becoming law that established fees for
increased compliance."
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 1071 on page 204
appropriating $30,000 from the General Revenue Fund for the American
Burn Survival Foundation in Pinellas County for its "Matches" program
are hereby vetoed. Programs or projects providing instructional services to
children are the main responsibility of the Department of Education. This
appropriation has circumvented the needs analysis and competitive
contracting process and has no statewide benefit. The provider should
submit its proposal for funding to the Department of Education.
"From the funds in Specific Appropriation 1071, $30,000 in non-
recurring general revenue is provided to the American Burn
Survival Foundation in Pinellas County for its "Matches"
program to teach match safety to elementary aged children."
Appropriation 1282A on page 231 appropriating $30,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for a Sarasota County Teen Court is hereby vetoed.
This program serves only local clients, provides no statewide benefit, and
has been previously funded with privately raised money. This program was
not requested by the judicial system, and did not go through the normal
competitive needs assessment process.



"1282A Special Categories
Grants and Aids Sarasota County Teen
Court
From General Revenue Fund



30,000"



Proviso language following Appropriation 1642 on page 269
appropriating $292,030 from Grants and Donations Trust Fund for
administrative costs for oversight of the Public Service Commission is
hereby vetoed. This appropriation is contingent on a provision that was not
included in Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 2960 or similar
legislation, moving the Public Service Commission to the Legislative
Branch.
"From the funds in Specific Appropriation 1642, $292,030 from
trust funds is provided for administrative costs necessary for
oversight of the Public Service Commission by the Joint
Legislative Management Committee. These funds are contingent
upon passage of CS/SB 2960 or similar legislation becoming law."
Portions of proviso language on page 268 appropriating $47,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for a Joint House/Senate Study Committee to
evaluate the Florida Lottery are hereby vetoed. Research funds are already
provided within the Lottery budget to undertake whatever studies are
necessary to keep the Florida Lottery successful.
"From the funds in Specific Appropriation 1644, $47,000 is
provided for a Joint House/Senate Study Committee which shall
be created to evaluate the Florida Lottery and to review new
technological advances in lottery games. The study committee
shall review the operation of the Lottery department to
determine:
-the accessibility of lottery games to Florida's citizens by
telephonic methods and the impact of federal laws on out-of-state
players;
-the feasibility and desirability of newly developed telephonic
methods of playing lottery games and security implications of
such methods;
-the economic impact of telephonic methods and other
innovative methods on lottery revenue; and
-the player characteristics of various methods of playing the
lottery.
The Joint Senate/House Study Committee shall report its
findings and recommendations to the President of the Senate and
Speaker of the House of Representatives by February 1, 1991.
Staffing for this joint committee will be provided by the
Legislative Information Technology Resource Committee."
Appropriation 1661 on page 271 transferring $1,218,248 from the
Administrative Trust Fund to the Department of General Services for a
Lottery building is hereby vetoed. Section 24.104(4), Florida Statutes,
requires that the headquarters for the Lottery be located within
Tallahassee. The proposed Satellite Center is outside the city limits.



"1661 Special Categories
Transfer to Department of General Services
for Lottery Building
From Administrative Trust Fund



1,218,248"



Appropriation 1717A on page 280 appropriating $317,000 from the
Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund for Hydrilla research is hereby vetoed.
This project was not requested by the Department of Natural Resources
and, therefore, did not go through a competitive evaluation process.
Funding this project would circumvent the agency's process for
determining funding needs.



"1717A Lump Sum
Hydrilla Research
From Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund



317,000"



Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 1833A on page 292
appropriating $37,500 from the General Revenue Fund for an historic
operational grant are hereby vetoed. This appropriation was not requested
by the Department of State, and did not go through the proper review by
the Department of State to determine the need for State funds.



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"National Historic Publication Match (Dade)
Appropriation 1847A on page 294 appropriating $50,000 fi
General Revenue Fund for the Wolfson Media History Center is
vetoed. This appropriation was not requested by the Department
and did not go through the proper review by the Department of
determine the need for State funds.
"1847A Special Categories
Grants and Aids Wolfson Media History
Center
From General Revenue Fund



37,500" "2076B Fixed Capital Outlay
SPurchase of Probation and Restitution
"tom the
Shereby Center
a ,r.y From General Revenue Fund



50,000"



Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 1854A on page 295
appropriating $51,400 from the General Revenue Fund for cultural
facilities operational grants are hereby vetoed. These projects were not
requested by the Department of State and did not go through the normal
competitive evaluation process. Funding these projects would circumvent
the agency's review process for determining the need for State funds.
"South Florida Cultural Consortium (Broward) 50,000"
"Indian River Community Concert (Volusia) 1,400"
Appropriation 2011A on page 325 appropriating $1,000,000 from the
State Infrastructure Fund for the purchase of the Opportunity School in
Polk County for renovation into State office space is hereby vetoed This
item was not requested by the Department of General Services and
circumvents the Capital Improvements Program. A study has shown that
renovating the old high school would equal the cost of constructing a new
building on unoccupied land near the present Regional Service Center.
Renovation of the school may not be the best source of additional space if
an annex is determined to be needed for the Regional Service Center.
"2011A Fixed Capital Outlay
Polk Opportunity School Purchase
From State Infrastructure Fund 1,000,000"
Appropriation 2038A on page 329 appropriating $250,000 from the
Accidents Reports Trust Fund for an addition to a driver license office in
Alachua County is hereby vetoed. This project was not requested by the
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and did not go through
the normal competitive needs assessment process.
"2038A Fixed Capital Outlay
Addition Drivers License Office -
Alachua County
From Accident Reports Trust Fund 250,000"
Appropriation 2063A on page 334 appropriating $10,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for the Union Soil and Water Conservation District
is hereby vetoed. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
has established procedures and criteria to review, categorize, and prioritize
Soil and Water Conservation District Projects. This project was not
submitted for evaluation through this process.
"2063A Fixed Capital Outlay
Grants and Aids Union Soil and Water
Conservation District
From General Revenue Fund 10,000"
Appropriation 2070A on page 335 appropriating $10,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for the Bradford Soil and Water Conservation
District is hereby vetoed. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services has established procedures and criteria to review, categorize, and
prioritize Soil and Water Conservation District Projects. This project was
not submitted for evaluation through this process.
"2070A Fixed Capital Outlay
Grants and Aids Bradford Soil and Water
Conservation District
From General Revenue Fund 10,000"
Appropriation 2076B on page 338 appropriating $450,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for the purchase of a Probation and Restitution
Center in Escambia County is hereby vetoed. This project was not
requested by the Department of Corrections and did not go through the
normal competitive needs assessment process. Further, since the current
rent is approximately $31,000 per year, it would take between seven and
eleven years to recover this investment.



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450,000"



Appropriation 2090H and associated proviso language on page 343
appropriating $500,000 from the General Revenue Fund to Edward Waters
College are hereby vetoed. The funding for this initiative is duplicative of
Appropriation 459A on page 70.
"2090H Fixed Capital Outlay
Edward Waters College
From General Revenue Fund 500,000
Funds provided in Specific Appropriation 2090H are contingent
upon receipt of $500,000 in matching funds and shall not be
released until the matching funds have been received."
Appropriation 2113B on page 348 appropriating $82,500 from the State
Infrastructure Fund for beach revegetation is hereby vetoed. This project
was not included in the Department of Natural Resources' Capital
Improvements Program and did not go through the normal evaluation
process for inclusion in the Beach Management Plan. Funding this project
would circumvent the agency's ongoing process for determining beach
management needs.
"2113B Fixed Capital Outlav



Beach Revegetation Lamar Condominium to
Dade County Line
From State Infrastructure Fund



82,500"



Appropriation 2113C on page 348 appropriating $100,000 from the
Beach Management Trust Fund for dune revegetation is hereby vetoed.
This project was not included in the Department of Natural Resources'
Capital Improvements Program and did not go through the normal
evaluation process for inclusion in the Beach Management Plan. Funding
this project would circumvent the agency's ongoing process for determining
beach management needs.



"2113C Fixed Capital Outlay
Dune Revegetation Hollywood Hallandale
Beach
From Beach Management Trust Fund



100,000"



Appropriation 2113F on page 348 appropriating $80,000 from the State
Infrastructure Fund for a beach walkway is hereby vetoed. This project was
not included in the Department of Natural Resources' Capital
Improvements Program and did not go through the normal evaluation
process for inclusion in the Beach Management Plan. Funding this project
would circumvent the agency's ongoing process for determining beach
management needs.
"2113F Fixed Capital Outlay
Beach Walkway Surfside
From State Infrastructure Fund 80,000"
Appropriation 21131 on page 348 appropriating $50,000 from the Beach
Management Trust Fund for dune protection is hereby vetoed. This
project was not included in the Department of Natural Resources' Capital
Improvements Program and did not go through the normal evaluation
process for inclusion in the Beach Management Plan. Funding this project
would circumvent the agency's ongoing process for determining beach
management needs.



"21131 Fixed Capital Outlay
Dune Protection Bethune Beach
From Beach Management Trust Fund



Appropriation 2115B on page 349 appropriating $250,000 from the
Beach Management Trust Fund for experimental dune restoration and
protection projects is hereby vetoed. This project was not included in the
Department of Natural Resources' Capital Improvements Program and did
not go through the normal evaluation process for inclusion in the Beach
Management Plan. Funding this project would circumvent the agency's
ongoing process for determining beach management needs.



"2115B Fixed Capital Outlay
Dune Restoration/Protection Projects -
Experimental Projects
From Beach Management Trust Fund



250,000"



50,000"



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Appropriation 2138A on page 352 appropriating $300,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for Relocation of Doctors Inlet Maintenance
Facility in Clay County is hereby vetoed. This item was not requested by
the Department of Transportation and was not recommended by the State
Board of Community Colleges.
"2138A Fixed Capital Outlay
Relocation of Doctors Inlet Maintenance
Facility Clay County
From General Revenue Fund 300,000"
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 2159 on page 358
appropriating $200,000 from the Public Education Capital Outlay and
Debt Service Trust Fund to Chipola Community College for land
acquisition is hereby vetoed. This project did not appear on either the
State Board of Community Colleges Three-Year Project Priority List or on
the State Board of Community Colleges Five-Year Capital Improvements
Plan. State funding at this time would circumvent the Board's established
process and needs analysis.
"Chipola"
"Land Acquisition 200,000"
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 2160 on page 360
appropriating $400,000 from the Public Education Capital Outlay and
Debt Service Trust Fund to Florida International University to plan a
Community Education Conference Center are hereby vetoed. The need for
the facility has not been established by the required survey process.



"N. Miami Conf Cnt (p)



400,000"



Appropriation 2171G on page 367 appropriating $1,218,248 from the
Lottery Building Contribution Trust Fund to plan a facility to house the
Department of Lottery at the proposed Leon County Satellite Center is
hereby vetoed. Section 24.104(4), Florida Statutes, requires that the
headquarters for the Lottery be located within Tallahassee. The proposed
Satellite Center is outside the city limits.
"2171G Fixed Capital Outlay
Office Building (Number Two-A Lottery)
Satellite Center Leon County
From Lottery Building Contribution
Trust Fund 1,218,248"
Appropriation 2171H on page 367 appropriating $9,953,327 from the
Public Facilities Financing Trust Fund for infrastructure construction at
the proposed Leon County Satellite Center is hereby vetoed. The proposed
location at the intersection of Capital Circle and Tram Road is inconsistent
with the rural land use designation shown on the land use map of the Leon
County Comprehensive Plan. Additional funding for this project should
not be provided until the Governor and Cabinet have reviewed plans for
the development of the proposed Satellite Center and determine the
location meets the standards established by the Growth Management Act
for well-planned growth, consistent with approved State, local and regional
comprehensive plans. Additional office space which would not contribute
to urban sprawl is available in the vicinity of the Capital Center.



"2171H Fixed Capital Outlay
Infrastructure Construction Satellite
Center Leon County
From Public Facilities Financing
Trust Fund



9,953,327"



Appropriation 2171K on page 368 appropriating $18,548,873 from the
Public Facilities Financing Trust Fund for construction of a new regional
service center in Gainesville is hereby vetoed. The proposed location away
from the urban core would not be as accessible to clients as a downtown
location. Additional funding for this project should not be provided until
the local government and the Department of General Services determine
the location meets the standards established by the Growth Management
Act for well-planned growth, consistent with approved State, local and
regional comprehensive plans. Additional office space should be provided
which would provide easy access from all sections of the city and not
contribute to urban sprawl.



"2171K Fixed Capital Outlay
Regional Service Center Alachua County
From Public Facilities Financing Trust
Fund



18,548,873"



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November 20, 1990



Appropriation 2171M on page 368 appropriating $535,296 from the State
Infrastructure Fund for office building number two at the proposed Leon
County Satellite Center is hereby vetoed. The proposed location of the
Satellite Center at the intersection of Capital Circle and Tram Road is
inconsistent with the rural land use designation shown on the land use map
of the Leon County Comprehensive Plan. Additional funding for this
project should not be provided until the Governor and Cabinet have
reviewed plans for the development of the proposed Satellite Center and
determine the location meets the standards established by the Growth
Management Act for well-planned growth, consistent with approved State,
local and regional comprehensive plans. Additional office space can be
provided in the vicinity of the Capital Center which would not contribute
to urban sprawl.



"2171M Fixed Capital Outlay
Office Building (Number Two) Satellite
Center Leon County
From State Infrastructure Fund



535,296"



Appropriation 2172 on page 368 appropriating $1,218,248 from the
Lottery Building Contribution Trust Fund to plan a facility to house the
Department of Lottery is hereby vetoed. Section 24.104(4), Florida
Statutes, requires that the headquarters for the Lottery be located within
Tallahassee. The proposed Satellite Center is outside of the city limits.



"2172 Fixed Capital Outlay
Department of the Lottery Building
From Lottery Building Contribution
Trust Fund



1,218,248"



Appropriation 2172A and the associated proviso language on pages 368
and 369 appropriating $13,627,907 from the Public Facilities Financing
Trust Fund and $1,372,093 from the Working Capital Fund for purchase
of the Royal Trust Tower office building in Miami is hereby vetoed. This
item was not requested by the Department of General Services and
circumvents the Capital Improvements Program process. No other
building was considered as an alternative for providing this office space.
Although believing in the project, Representative Gutman has expressed
concern to me over the ethnic polarization that has been generated by it.
The evaluation of the merits of the project can continue, hopefully, in a way
that eases the division in the community. It is vital that the projects funded
from this source be only the most critical priorities of the State and provide
well planned growth of State office facilities.
"2172A Fixed Capital Outlav



Royal Trust Tower
From Public Facilities Financing Trust
Fund
From Working Capital Fund



13,627,907
1,372,093



Funds in Specific Appropriation 2172A are to be used to purchase
the Royal Trust Tower. The purchase is contingent upon the
following occurrences:
1. That the Royal Trust Tower owner will renovate the
building to State of Florida government building standards
and codes in accordance with Chapter 255, Florida
Statutes, and local building codes in effect on June 1, 1990
at no cost to the State of Florida.
2. That all necessary tenant modifications and architectural
design services required for state occupancy shall be made
by the Royal Trust owner at no cost to the State of Florida.
3. That the Royal Trust Tower owner will make available an
asbestos survey as provided for in section 255.533, Florida
Statutes. In the event the survey is positive, the Royal
Trust Tower owner will bear the cost for removal of
asbestos and the reconditioning of affected areas.
4. That the Royal Trust Tower owner terminated all leases
held by private entities and the federal government prior
to closing on the purchase by the State of Florida, and
conveying to the state fee simple title to the building, site
and improvements without being subject to any
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5. The price for the purchase of the Royal Trust Tower site
and improvements shall not exceed the appraisals obtained
for the building, site and improvements pursuant to the
provisions of Chapter 253, Florida Statutes. The price for
the building in total shall not exceed $15,000,000."
Appropriation 2172B on page 369 appropriating $2,200,907 from the
Working Capital Fund for debt service for purchase of the Royal Trust
Tower office building in Miami is hereby vetoed. This item was not
requested by the Department of General Services and circumvents the
Capital Improvements Program process. No other building was considered
as an alternative for providing this office space. It is vital that the projects
funded from this source be only the most critical priorities of the State,
such as constructing correctional and public education facilities, protecting
the State's environmental resources and providing well planned growth of
State office facilities.
"2172B Fixed Capital Outlay
Debt Service Royal Trust Tower
From Working Capital Fund 2,200,907"
Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 2195 on page 377
appropriating $4,100,000 from the State Transportation Trust Fund for
aviation projects in Dade County are hereby vetoed. These appropriations
were not requested by the Department of Transportation or included in the
Department's Tentative Work Program. The Department's Aviation
Office submitted an appropriate list of projects based on statewide need
to be substituted for the land acquisition appropriation which the
Legislature found to be unacceptable, but those projects were not
incorporated.



"Miami International Master Plan Update
Miami International Cargo Area DRI
Miami International Eastside Multi-modal
Transportation Center Study
Opa-Locka Westside Development DRI
Kendall-Tamiami/Neighborhood Compatibility
Study
Homestead General Aviation Airport
Development DRI
MIA Concourse A Phase II Design
MIA Cargo Building 2205 Design
MIA Cargo Buildings 2161 & 2162



500,000
250,000

200,000
100,000

75,000

75,000
1,500,000
600,000
800,000"



Appropriation 2223B on page 384 appropriating $178,280 from the State
Infrastructure Fund for landscaping the median on State Road 826 is
hereby vetoed. This project should be funded through the ongoing grant
process from the Florida Highway Beautification Council in the
Department of Transportation.



"2223B Grants and Aids to Local Governments and
Nonprofit Organizations
Grants and Aids City of North Miami
Beach Rebeautification and Redevelopment
From State Infrastructure Fund



178,280"



Appropriation 2223E on page 385 appropriating $10,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for the organization of a local neighborhood watch
program is hereby vetoed. This appropriation was not requested by the
Department of Community Affairs and there is no statewide public benefit
to justify funding this item. Other available funding sources, such as local
support, should be sought.
"2223E Grants and Aids to Local Governments and
Nonprofit Organizations
Grants and Aids Safe Neighborhood Watch
From General Revenue Fund 10,000"
Appropriation 2228B on page 387 appropriating $100,000 from the State
Infrastructure Fund for improvements to the Navarre Sound Side Park is
hereby vetoed. This is a duplication of funding in Line Item 2248C in the
Department of Natural Resources.
"2228B Grants and Aids to Local Governments and
Nonprofit Organizations
Grants and Aids Navarre Sound Side Park
Santa Rosa
From State Infrastructure Fund 100,000"



Appropriation 2230B on page 388 appropriating $400,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for the purpose of renovating a local jail facility to
provide drug treatment services by the Gadsden County Drug Abuse Task
Force is hereby vetoed. Funding for this program was not requested by the
Department of Corrections and did not go through the normal competitive
needs assessment process. Sufficient documentation regarding the nature
of the task force and program goals and objectives was not available from
the Department of Corrections or Legislative staff to allow for a
determination of need. Although the State supports drug abuse programs,
this appears to be a local project which should be supported by local
funding.



"2230B Grants and Aids to Local Governments and
Nonprofit Organizations
Gadsden County Drug Abuse Task Force
From General Revenue Fund



400,000"



Appropriation 2241A on page 390 appropriating $2,500,000 from the
Sewage Treatment Loan Trust Fund for a stormwater drainage system for
the City of Surfside is hereby vetoed. This item was not requested by the
Department of Environmental Regulation and there is no statewide public
benefit to justify funding this item. Also, the Sewage Treatment Loan
Trust Fund, the source of funding for this appropriation, is for the Federal
and State Sewage Treatment Revolving Loan Program. A grant from this
trust fund would not comply with the loan requirements and regulations
of section 403.1835, Florida Statutes.



"2241A Grants and Aids to Local Governments and
Nonprofit Organizations
Grants and Aids City of Surfside
Stormwater Drainage System
From Sewage Treatment Loan
Trust Fund



2,500,000"



Appropriation 2241E on page 391 and associated proviso language
appropriating $6,000,000 from the Pollution Recovery Trust Fund for a
remedial action plan for the Graves Tract are hereby vetoed. Section
403.165, Florida Statutes, states that the Pollution Recovery Trust Fund
shall consist of all monies recovered by the State as a result of actions
against any person for violation of any of the provisions of Chapter 403,
Florida Statutes. The monies shall be disbursed first to pay all amounts
necessary to restore the respective polluted areas which were the subjects
of State actions or to otherwise enhance pollution control activities in the
same district. This language limits the amount of unrestricted monies
available to each of the Department's districts to fund environmentally
sound projects. While this project is extremely important to restoring the
environment involving Biscayne Bay, there are not enough funds in the
account without jeopardizing the funding for 46 other pending projects to
fund the $6,000,000 appropriation. The Governor's Office will work with
the Department to try to identify another means for cleaning up the Graves
Tract.



"2241E Grants and Aids to Local Governments and
Nonprofit Organizations
Grants and Aids City of North Miami -
Graves Tract
From Pollution Recovery Trust Fund



6,000,000



Funds in Specific Appropriation 2241E are to provide two-thirds
of the cost of a remedial action plan for the Graves Tract,
including design and construction of the plan."
Appropriation 2242BZ on page 400 appropriating $350,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for the Health Department in Santa Rosa County
is hereby vetoed. This construction project was not included on the priority
list submitted by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services,
as required by Chapter 154, Florida Statutes.
"2242BZ Grants and Aids to Local Governments and Nonprofit
Organizations
Health Department Santa Rosa County
From General Revenue Fund 350,000"
Appropriation 2242CE on page 401 appropriating $50,000 from the
General Revenue Fund for the Oceanway Comprehensive Health Clinic is
hereby vetoed. This construction project was not included on the priority
list submitted by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services,
as required by Chapter 154, Florida Statutes.



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"2242CE Grants and Aids to Local Governments
and Nonprofit Organizations
Oceanway Comprehensive Health Clinic -
Duval County
From General Revenue Fund



50,000"



Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 2248A on page 405
appropriating $80,000 from the Land Acquisition Trust Fund for Lake
Wales and Round Lake Parks are hereby vetoed. The appropriation for
Lake Wales Park provides duplicate funding. The appropriation for Round
Lake Park is not needed because funding for the Park was approved on
May 22, 1990 under the Florida Recreation and Development Assistance
Program by the Governor and Cabinet.



"Lake Wales Park (Polk)
Round Lake Park (Seminole)



20,000
60,000"



Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 2249A on page 408
appropriating $169,891 from the General Revenue Fund for historic grants
are hereby vetoed. These projects were not requested by the Department
of State, and did not go through the normal competitive evaluation process.
Funding these projects would circumvent the agency's review process
under the Historic Preservation Grants Program.



"Old Hamilton Jail (Columbia)
"Old Carlisle Building (Gulf)
"Zora Neal Hurston Memorial (Orange)
"Santa Rosa Historical Train Depot (Santa Rosa)
"Canal Street Renov/New Smyrna Beach (Volusia)
Buckeye School Renovation (Walton)



30,000"
14,891"
18,750"
18,750"
50,000
37,500"



Portions of proviso language following Appropriation 2251A on page 410
appropriating $50,000 from the State Infrastructure Fund for a cultural
grant is hereby vetoed. This project was not requested by the Department
of State and did not go through the normal competitive evaluation process.
Funding this project would circumvent the agency's review process under
the Basic Arts Grants Program.



"Homestead Center for the Arts (Dade)



50,000"



The portions of House Bill 3701 which are set forth herein with my
objections are hereby vetoed, and all other portions of House Bill 3701 are



hereby approved.
Sincerely,
BOB MARTINEZ
Governor
-and the above vetoed bill (1990 Regular Session), together with the
Governor's objections thereto, was referred to the Select Committee on
Rules & Calendar.

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable T.K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
passed HB 31-A.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The above bill was ordered enrolled.

Prime Sponsors
HB 21-A-Sanderson

Co-sponsors
HB 21-A-Brennan, Clark, Gordon, Reddick, Stone

Adjournment
On motion by Rep. Johnson, the House adjourned at 5:35 p.m. sine die.


Enrolling Reports
HB 31-A has been enrolled, signed by the required constitutional
officers, and presented to the Governor on December 13, 1990.
John B. Phelps, Clerk

Communications
Communication was received from the Governor's Office advising that
he had filed in the Office of the Secretary of State HB 31-A, which he
approved on December 3, 1990.



CHAMBER ACTION ON BILLS
TUESDAY, November 20, 1990

HB 31-A-Read second time; Read third time; Passed 119-0
[Source: Legislative Information Division]



CERTIFICATE
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the foregoing pages numbered 1 through
16, inclusive, are and constitute a complete, true and correct journal and
record of the proceedings of the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida at a Special Session of the Seventy-fifth House since Statehood in
1845, convened under the Constitution, held on November 20, 1990.




Clerk of the House
Tallahassee, Florida
December 13, 1990



November 20, 1990



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Organization Session

November 20, 1990

and

Special Session "A"

November 20, 1990



CONTENTS

Page
Bill Sponsors in "A" Session ................................................................ 18
M miscellaneous Subjects ..................................................................... 20
Vetoed Bills .................................................................. ......... 21
Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions and Memorials .................................. 22
Numerical Index of House Bills, Resolutions and Memorials with Subject, Sponsor and Disposition .......... 25



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Bills Sponsored in "A" Session

[Source: Information Division, Joint Legislative Management Committee]



ALBRIGHT, GEORGE-25th District
Sponsored: 1-A, 3-A
ARNOLD, J. KEITH-73rd District
Sponsored: 31-A
BAINTER, STANLEY E.-27th District
Sponsored: 11-A
BLOOM, ELAINE-104th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
BOYD, F. ALLEN, JR.-llth District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
BRENNAN, MARY M.-57th District
Co-sponsored: 21-A
CHESTNUT, CYNTHIA MOORE-23rd District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
CHINOY, KATHY GELLER-20th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
CLARK, BILL-91st District
Co-sponsored: 21-A
CLEMONS, SCOTT W.-6th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
COSGROVE, JOHN F.-119th District
Sponsored: 13-A, 15-A
FEENEY, TOM-37th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
FLAGG, DAVID-24th District
Co-sponsored: 17-A, 31-A
GLICKMAN, RONALD CARL-66th District
Sponsored: 21-A, 31-A
GOODE, HARRY C., JR.-33rd District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
GORDON, ELAINE-102nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-A
GRAHAM, RICHARD S.-28th District
Sponsored: 1-A
GRINDLE, ARTHUR E.-35th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
HAFNER, LARS A.-54th District
Sponsored: 31-A
HANSON, CAROL G.-87th District
Sponsored: 31-A
HAWKINS, MARY ELLEN-75th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
JAMERSON, DOUGLAS L.-55th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A



JOHNSON, BOLLEY L.-4th District
Sponsored: 31-A
JONES, C. FRED-42nd District
Co-sponsored: 11-A
JONES, DARYL L.-118th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
KELLY, EVERETT A.-46th District
Sponsored: 19-A, 31-A
LAWSON, ALFRED J., JR.-9th District
Sponsored: 9-A
LIPPMAN, FREDERICK-97th District
Sponsored: 25-A, 31-A
LONG, JOHN-48th District
Sponsored: 5-A
Co-sponsored: 31-A
MACKEY, JOSEPH R., JR.-12th District
Sponsored: 17-A
Co-sponsored: 31-A
MISHKIN, PHILIP-49th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
MORSE, LUIS C.-113th District
Sponsored: 7-A
OSTRAU, NORMAN-96th District
Sponsored: 31-A
RAYSON, JOHN C.-92nd District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
REDDICK, ALZO J.-40th District
Co-sponsored: 21-A, 31-A
ROBERTS, CHARLIE-31st District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
RUSH, BRIAN P.-59th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
SANDERSON, DEBORAH P.-93rd District
Sponsored: 21-A
SANSOM, DIXIE NEWTON-32nd District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
SAUNDERS, RON-120th District
Sponsored: 31-A
SIMON, ART-ll6th District
Sponsored: 23-A, 27-A, 29-A
SINDLER, ROBERT B.-39th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
SMITH, CHARLES R.-47th District
Sponsored: 17-A



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STAFFORD, TRACY-94th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
STONE, FRANK-34th District
Co-sponsored: 21-A, 31-A
TOBIN, JACK N.-88th District
Co-sponsored: 31-A
TRAMMELL, ROBERT DEWITT-Sth District
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Miscellaneous Subjects



Pages Subject



Pages



ORGANIZATION SESSION, November 20, 1990



xcusea osences................................................................................. z
Leadership
Dean of the House



Dean
Dean
Democr
Republic
Members
Certified
Oath of



M minority Leader........................................... ..................... .......... 14



.peaKer............................................ ... ........................................



Speaker pro



of Men.............................. ...............................14
of W om en ...............................................................................14
atic Leadership designated .................................................... 14
can Leadership designated ......................... ..................15

d list........................................ ....................................... 1-2
Office........................................................... ................... 2, 5



Presentation of newly elected............................................................



9



Officers
Clerk; election-remarks by Reps. Davis and King.........................8
Clerk-emeritus/Historian; designation.............................................9
Sergeant at Arms; designation............................. .......................9
Speaker; election-remarks by Reps. Johnson, Saunders, Abrams,
Lippman, Hill, Garcia, Sansom and Webster............................. 3-6
Speaker pro tempore; election-remarks by Reps. C. Smith,
Martinez, Clark, Albright, Hanson and Hoffmann ................... 6-8



temuore .................... ......................................



Rules
HR 1-Org; Rules for 1990-1992, amendments............................ 9-14
Waiver of Rules for filing bills ...................................................14
Votes
Roll call adjusted......................................... ...............................5...
Unanimous vote cast ............................ ............................... 5, 7
SPECIAL SESSION, November 20, 1990
Commendations ............................... .... .................. ......... 4, 7
Committees
Select Committee on Rules & Calendar
Appointments................................... ................................2
Clothed with powers of Standing............................... .............2
Excused Absences.......................................................... 1
Members
Ostrau, Norman; birth of grandson ................................................ 6



Praver: Benediction........................................ 2.



Presentation of Guests....................................................



2-3, 5, 8, 15 Proclamation, Joint



............................... .........................................1



Remarks
Clerk ............................................................ .................................. 8



Rules
W aiver of R ule 6................................................................................ 6



Subject



1 5 Pravpr.



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Vetoed Bills
Dates shown are dates when Governor vetoed bills and sent these
directly to Secretary of State for subsequent transmittal to house of origin.

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



No. Subject

1990 Regular Session Vetoed House Bills

CS/HB 345
Criminal offenses........................ ...................

HB 363
Relief of Mirtha Schlussler.......................... .................
CS/HB 1189
"Local Option Tourist Development Act".............................

CS/HBs 1799, 347 & 365
Clean indoor air...................................... ..............................

HB 2961
Motor vehicle insurance ....................................... .............
HB 3313
Palm Beach County ............................ ...........................
HB 3383
St. Johns County coastal construction control line ..............
HB 3701
Appropriations ............................................ ........................

1990 Regular Session Vetoed Senate Bills

SB 562
Growth management.............................. ........................
SB 784
Specialized state educational institutions ..............................
CS/SB 870
Elections ............................... .. .... ......................
CS/SB 1422
Community redevelopment agencies.......................................

CS/CS/SB 1578
"Local Option Tourist Development Act"............................

SB 1836
Hillsborough County..........................................................
CS/SB 2142
Crime prevention............................................................
CS/SB 2684
Fuel tax............................... ....... ....... ...................
SB 2890
Building perm its .......................................................................



Date
Sponsor and Page Numbers Vetoed Disposition



Committee on Criminal Justice; Glickman and
others 7 .............................. ....... ..............



7/03/90



Bloom 7..................................................... ......... 7/03/90

Committee on Commerce;
Frankel and others 8............................................ 7/02/90

Committee on Health Care;
Lippman and others 8 ......................................... 7/03/90

Clements and others 8............................................. 6/21/90

Healey 8-9............................................................ 7/03/90

Arnall 9.................................................................. 7/05/90

Committee on Appropriations 9-16....................... 6/26/90




Thomas ............................ .................. ............ 6/27/90

Margolis................................. .................................... 6/25/90

Committee on Ethics and Elections; Brown ............ 7/02/90

Committee on Finance, Taxation and Claims;
Myers and others..................................................... 7/03/90

Committees on Finance, Taxation and Claims;
Community Affairs; Weinstock .............................. 6/14/90

Davis and others....................................................... 6/25/90

Committee on Judiciary-Criminal; Kiser .................. 7/02/90

Committee on Transportation; Kiser..................... 6/21/90

Meek .......... .................................................................... 7/02/90



Died in committee

Died in committee


Died in committee


Died in committee

Died in committee

Died in committee

Died in committee

Died in committee



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Subject Index of House and Senate

Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials

[Source: Information Division, Joint Legislative Management Committee]

This index embraces all measures introduced in both the House and Senate. The house of origin is identified by
the letter preceding each bill: H-House, S-Senate. Senate bills shown in this index include those never received by
the House and their inclusion here is only for the convenience of the user interested in all the legislation introduced
in the Legislature on a particular subject.
(Boldfaced bill numbers passed both houses. Chapter number added if entry remains in final version of bill. Some
entries shown may have been deleted from final version.)



-A-

ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Retirement Commission
Members; stipend, S2-A, H9-A, H31-A(90-502)

AGRICULTURE
Commissioner of Agriculture
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, H1-A

APPROPRIATIONS
General Appropriations Bill 1990
Public education capital outlay (PECO); eliminating provision re
matching funds for vocational-technical facilities, H11-A, H19-A

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, H1-A

-B-

BANKING AND FINANCE, DEPARTMENT OF
Comptroller
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, H1-A

BOATS AND BOATING
Driving Under Influence
Breath alcohol level 0.10 percent or above, operation of vessels un-
lawful, H21-A
Forfeiture of vessel; circumstances, H21-A

-C-

CABINET
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, Hi-A

CODE OF ETHICS
Financial Disclosure
Donor statement, requirements, H9-A
Gift value, determination, S2-A, H31-A(90-502)
Gifts exceeding $100 in value, prohibited; exceptions, S2-A, H9-A,
H31-A(90-502)
Gifts for personal benefit, prohibited, S2-A, H9-A,
H31-A(90-502)
Honorarium
Restrictions, reporting requirements, S2-A, H9-A,
H31-A(90-502)
Legislature
Advisory opinions issued by general counsel of Legislature upon
request by member, S2-A, H31-A(90-502)
Reporting; procedures, S2-A, H9-A, H31-A(90-502)

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
Cabinet
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, Hi-A
County governing board members; term of office, limitation; 11 con-
secutive years in same office, H1-A



CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS (Cont.)
Governor
Term of office, limitation; seven consecutive years in same office,
H1-A
Legislature
House of Representatives
Term of Office, Limitation
Eleven consecutive years, H1-A
Senate
Term of Office, Limitation
Eleven consecutive years, Hl-A
Lieutenant Governor
Term of office, limitation; seven consecutive years in same office,
H1-A
Mayors
Term of office, limitation; 11 consecutive years in same office,
H1-A
Municipal Governing Board Members
Term of office, limitation; 11 consecutive years in same office,
H1-A
School Boards
Term of Office, Limitation
Eleven consecutive years in same office, H1-A

-D-

DECEPTIVE AND UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES
Price-gouging; prohibited, H17-A

DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE
Breath, Blood, or Urine Tests
Blood test; certain persons authorized to draw blood, H21-A
Breath alcohol level 0.10 percent or above, operation of vehicles un-
lawful, H21-A
Evidence; admissibility, H21-A
Implied consent; driver involved in motor vehicle accident; deleting
restriction, H21-A
Standards for unlawful alcohol levels; conversion ratio, H21-A
Forfeiture of vehicle or vessel; circumstances, H21-A
Normal faculties, providing definition, H21-A
Penalties
Fine, not to exceed $1,000; fourth or subsequent violation, H21-A
Forfeiture of vehicle or vessel; circumstances, H21-A

-E-

EDUCATION
Commissioner of Education
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, H1-A
Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO)
Vocational-technical facilities; eliminating requirement re 25 per-
cent matching funds, H11-A, H19-A

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Price-gouging; prohibited, H17-A

ETHICS CODE See: CODE OF ETHICS

EVIDENCE
Admissibility
Accident reporting, statements made by persons involved in acci-
dents; expands authority of law enforcement officer, H21-A



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EVIDENCE (Cont.)
Admissibility (Cont.)
Alcohol content; affidavit containing results of any test re blood or
breath, H21-A
Hearsay Exceptions
Alcohol content; affidavit containing results of any test re blood or
breath, H21-A

-F-

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE
Code of Ethics See: CODE OF ETHICS

FOREIGN
Comprehensive Economic Development Act of 1990 (ch. 90-201); re-
enactment of provisions re international affairs, H23-A
International Affairs Law Revision of 1990 (ch. 90-201); reenactment,
H23-A

FORFEITURES
Motor Vehicles
Driving Under Influence
Circumstances, H21-A
Vessels
Driving under influence; circumstances, H21-A

-G-

GAS
Motor Fuel Marketing Practices See: MOTOR FUEL MARKETING
PRACTICES

GOVERNOR
Lieutenant Governor
Term of office, limitation; seven consecutive years in same office,
H1-A
Term of office, limitation; seven consecutive years in same office,
H1-A

-L-

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF
Industrial Relations Commission
Members; nomination, H29-A
Unemployment Appeals Commission
Members; stipend, S2-A, H9-A, H31-A(90-502)

LAKE COUNTY
Public education capital outlay (PECO); eliminating provision re
matching funds for vocational-technical facilities, H11-A, H19-A

LEAVE
Military Leave
Public officers and employees, reservists called to active service;
supplemental pay and benefits, H25-A

LEE COUNTY
Public education capital outlay (PECO); eliminating provision re
matching funds for vocational-technical facilities, H11-A, H19-A

LEGISLATIVE REVIEW
Sunset Bills
Physician assistants, certification; regulation, H7-A

LEGISLATURE
Ethics in Government, Law Revision, S2-A, H9-A, H31-A(90-502)
Financial Disclosure See: CODE OF ETHICS
House of Representatives
Term of Office, Limitation
Eleven consecutive years, H1-A
Joint Legislative Management Committee
Code of Conduct regulating lobbyists, recommendation; public
hearings, S2-A, H31-A(90-502)
Senate



Term of Office, Limitation
Eleven consecutive years, H1-A



LOBBYISTS
Code of Conduct regulating lobbyists, recommendation by Joint Leg-
islative Management Committee; public hearings, S2-A,
H31-A(90-502)
Ethics in Government, Law Revision, S2-A, H9-A, H31-A(90-502)
Financial Disclosure
Donor statement, requirements, H9-A
Expenditures and source of funds for expenditures, S2-A,
H31-A(90-502)
Penalties, violations of Code of Ethics; fine not to exceed $5,000; rep-
rimand, probation, or prohibition not to exceed 24 months, S2-A,
H31-A(90-502)
Registration
Required in both houses of Legislature, S2-A, H31-A(90-502)

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
County Officers
County Commissioners
Term of Office, Limitation
Eleven consecutive years in same office, Hl-A
Municipal Officers
Governing board; term of office, limitation; 11 consecutive years in
same office, H1-A
Mayor; term of office, limitation; 11 consecutive years in same of-
fice, H1-A

-M-

MILITARY PERSONNEL (ARMED FORCES)
Public officers and employees, reservists called to active service; sup-
plemental pay and benefits, H25-A

MOTOR FUEL MARKETING PRACTICES
Price-gouging, H17-A

-0-

OIL AND GAS
Motor Fuel Marketing Practices See: MOTOR FUEL MARKETING
PRACTICES

OSCEOLA COUNTY
Public education capital outlay (PECO); eliminating provision re
matching funds for vocational-technical facilities, H11-A, H19-A

_P-

PHYSICIANS
Physician Assistants
Certification, H7-A

POLK COUNTY
Public education capital outlay (PECO); eliminating provision re
matching funds for vocational-technical facilities, H11-A, H19-A

POPULAR NAMES
Comprehensive Economic Development Act of 1990, H23-A, H27-A
Forfeiture of Vehicle or Vessel, H21-A
International Affairs Law Revision of 1990 (ch. 90-201), H23-A
Price-gouging in Emergencies, H17-A
Workers' Compensation Law Revision of 1990 (ch. 90-201), H27-A

-R-

RESOLUTIONS
Farm City Week (November 16-22, 1990); recognition, S6-A
Homestead (Greater Homestead/Florida City Chamber of Com-
merce); commemoration, H13-A
Miami (Greater South Dade/South Miami Chamber of Commerce);
recognition, H15-A
Sharkey, Jackie; commendation, S4-A

RETIREMENT



Retirement Commission See: ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT
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SCHOOLS
School Boards
Term of Office, Limitation
Eleven consecutive years in same office, H1-A

STATE, DEPARTMENT OF
Secretary of State
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, H1-A


-T-

TRANSPORTATION
State Arbitration Board
Members; stipend, S2-A, H9-A, H31-A(90-502)

TREASURER AND TREASURY
Term of Office, Limitation
Seven consecutive years in same office, H1-A



-U-

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
Unemployment Appeals Commission See: LABOR AND EMPLOY-
MENT SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

-V-

VESSELS See: BOATS AND BOATING

VOLUSIA COUNTY
Public education capital outlay (PECO); eliminating provision re
matching funds for vocational-technical facilities, H11-A, H19-A

-W-

WORKERS' COMPENSATION
Comprehensive Economic Development Act of 1990 (ch. 90-201); re-
enactment of provisions re workers' compensation, H27-A
Construction Industry
Certain persons, exclusion, H3-A, H5-A, H29-A
Law Revision of 1990 (ch. 90-201); reenactment, H27-A
Minimum premium policy for specified persons exempt from cover-
age, requirements, H3-A
Recovery, limitation re excluded persons for job-related personal in-
juries, H3-A



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House Bills, Resolutions and Memorials
by Number, Subject, Sponsor and Disposition

To obtain the number of a bill, see the subject matter index preceding this index.

Page numbers in boldfaced print indicate location of roll call votes on disposition.



Abbreviations:
CH-Chapter number, as passed
CSP-Companion or similar bill passed
DHC-Died in House committee (no action by committee)
HB-House Bill



HJR-House Joint Resolution
HR-House Resolution
ID-Introduction deferred



HJR
1-A Elected Officials/Terms (Albright) 2 ID
HB
3-A Workers' Compensation (Albright) 2, 6 DHC
5-A Workers' Compensation (Long) 2 ID
7-A Physician Assistants (Morse) 2 ID
9-A Ethics in Government (Lawson) 2 ID/CSP-HB 31-A
11-A Public Educ. Capital Outlay Funds (Bainter) 2, 6 DHC
HR
13-A Homestead Chamber of Commerce (Cosgrove) 2 ID
15-A South Dade Chamber of Commerce (Cosgrove) 2 ID



HB
17-A Unfair Pricing & Marketing Practices (Mackey) 2 ID
19-A Public Educ. Capital Outlay Funds (Kelly) 2 ID
21-A Criminal Offenses (Glickman) 2-3, 6, 16 DHC
23-A International Affairs (Simon) 3, 4-5, 6 DHC
25-A Military Leaves of Absence (Lippman) 3 ID
27-A Workers' Compensation (Simon) 3-4, 5-6 DHC
29-A Workers' Compensation (Simon) 4, 6 DHC
31-A Ethics in Government (Kelly) 4, 7, 16 CH 90-502



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