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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    Members of the House of Representatives
        Page ii
        Page iii
        Page iv
        Page v
        Page vi
        Page vii
        Page viii
        Page ix
    December 1991
        Tuesday, December 10
            Page 1
            Page 2
            Page 3
            Page 4
            Page 5
        Wednesday, December 11
            Page 6
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
            Page 12
            Page 13
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            Page 18
            Page 19
            Page 20
            Page 21
        Friday, Decmeber 13
            Page 22
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    Index
        Contents
            Page 65
        Bills Sponsored in "D" Session
            Page 66
            Page 67
            Page 68
        Miscellaneous Subjects
            Page 69
        Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials
            Page 70
            Page 71
            Page 72
            Page 73
        Bills, Resolutions and Memorials by Number, Subject, Sponsor and Disposition
            Page 74
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Journal

of the


Florida

House of Representatives



Special Session "D"
December 10, 1991

of the
Seventy-fifth House
since Statehood in 1845



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










MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
[Democrats in Roman (74); Republicans in Italic (46);
as of General Election]



District
1. Part of Escambia
Thomas J. "Tom" Tobiassen, Cantonment
2. Part of Escambia
Buzz Ritchie, Pensacola
3. Parts of Escambia, Santa Rosa
Tom Banjanin, Pensacola
4. Parts of Okaloosa, Santa Rosa [an uninhabited
portion of Escambia lies within this district]
Bolley L. "Bo" Johnson, Milton
5. Parts of Okaloosa, Walton
Robert T. Harden, Fort Walton Beach
6. Part of Bay
Scott W. Clemons, Panama City
7. Holmes, Washington and parts of Bay, Jack-
son, Walton
Sam Mitchell, Vernon
8. Calhoun, Gadsden, Gulf and parts of Bay,
Franklin, Jackson
Robert DeWitt "Rob" Trammell, Marianna
9. Liberty and parts of Franklin, Leon, Wakulla
Alfred J. "Al" Lawson, Jr., Tallahassee
10. Part of Leon
Hurley W. Rudd, Tallahassee
11. Dixie, Gilchrist, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Taylor and parts of Citrus, Marion, Wakulla
F. Allen Boyd, Jr., Monticello
12. Columbia, Hamilton, Madison, Suwannee
Joseph R. "Randy" Mackey, Jr., Lake City
13. Baker, Nassau, Union and parts of Bradford,
Duval
George A. Crady, Yulee
14. Part of Duval
Stephen R. Wise, Jacksonville
15. Part of Duval
Michael Edward "Mike" Langton, Jacksonville
16. Part of Duval
Betty S. Holzendorf, Jacksonville
17. Part of Duval
Corrine Brown, Jacksonville
18. Part of Duval
James E. "Jim" King, Jr., Jacksonville



District
19. Parts of Duval, St. Johns
Joseph "Joe" Arnall, Jacksonville Beach
20. Part of Duval
Kathy Geller Chinoy, Jacksonville
21. Clay and parts of Bradford, St. Johns
Frances L. "Chance" Irvine, Orange Park
22. Flagler and parts of Putnam, St. Johns
Kelley R. Smith, Jr., Palatka
23. Parts of Alachua, Putnam
Cynthia Moore Chestnut, Gainesville
24. Part of Alachua
David Flagg, Gainesville
25. Part of Marion
George Albright, Ocala
26. Parts of Citrus, Marion
Paul M. Hawkes, Crystal River
27. Parts of Lake, Marion, Putnam, Seminole,
Volusia
Stanley E. "Stan" Bainter, Eustis
28. Part of Volusia
Richard S. "Dick" Graham, Ormond Beach
29. Part of Volusia
T. K. Wetherell, Daytona Beach
30. Part of Volusia
Jack Ascherl, New Smyrna Beach
31. Part of Brevard
Charlie Roberts, Titusville
32. Part of Brevard
Dixie Newton Sansom, Satellite Beach
33. Part of Brevard
Harry C. Goode, Jr., Melbourne
34. Parts of Brevard, Orange, Seminole
Frank Stone, Oviedo
(Changed party affiliation from Republican
to Democrat on September 24, 1991)
35. Part of Seminole
Arthur E. "Art" Grindle, Altamonte Springs
36. Parts of Orange, Seminole
Robert J. "Bob" Starks, Maitland
37. Part of Orange
Tom Feeney, Orlando









District
38. Part of Orange
Bruce McEwan, Orlando
39. Part of Orange
Robert B. "Bob" Sindler, Apopka
40. Part of Orange
Alzo J. Reddick, Orlando
41. Part of Orange
Daniel Webster, Orlando
42. Parts of Osceola, Polk
C. Fred Jones, Auburndale
(Resigned July 1, 1992)
43. Part of Polk
John Laurent, Bartow
44. Part of Polk
Joe Viscusi, Lakeland
45. Part of Polk
William Thomas "Tom" Mims, Lakeland
46. Parts of Lake, Sumter
Everett A. Kelly, Lady Lake
47. Hernando and parts of Pasco, Sumter
Charles R. "Chuck" Smith, Brooksville
48. Part of Pasco
John Long, Land O'Lakes
49. Part of Pasco
Philip Mishkin, Port Richey
50. Parts of Pasco, Pinellas
R. Z. "Sandy" Safley, Clearwater
51. Part of Pinellas
Patricia A. "Trish" Muscarella, Clearwater
52. Part of Pinellas
Sandra Barringer Mortham, Largo
53. Part of Pinellas
Dennis L. Jones, Treasure Island
54. Part of Pinellas
Lars A. Hafner, St. Petersburg
55. Part of Pinellas
Douglas L. "Tim" Jamerson, St. Petersburg
56. Part of Pinellas
Peter Rudy Wallace, St. Petersburg
57. Part of Pinellas
Mary M. Brennan, Pinellas Park
58. Part of Pinellas
Jeffrey C. "Jeff" Huenink, Clearwater
59. Part of Hillsborough
Brian P. Rush, Tampa



60. Part of Hillsborough
Mary Figg, Lutz



District
61. Parts of Hillsborough, Pasco
Buddy Johnson, Plant City
(Elected March 12, 1991)
62. Part of Hillsborough
Chris Corr, Apollo Beach
63. Part of Hillsborough
James T. "Jim" Hargrett, Jr., Tampa
64. Part of Hillsborough
James O. "Jim" Davis III, Tampa
65. Part of Hillsborough
Elvin L. Martinez, Tampa
66. Part of Hillsborough
Ronald Carl "Ron" Glickman, Tampa
67. Hardee and part of Manatee
J. J. "Toby" Holland, Jr., Holmes Beach
68. Part of Manatee
Peggy Simone, Bradenton
69. Parts of Manatee, Sarasota
Harry Jennings, Sarasota
70. Part of Sarasota
James M. Lombard, Osprey
71. Parts of Charlotte, Sarasota
David L. "Dave" Thomas, Sarasota
72. Parts of Charlotte, DeSoto, Lee
Vernon E. Peeples, Punta Gorda
73. Part of Lee
J. Keith Arnold, Fort Myers
74. Part of Lee
Timothy F. "Tim" Ireland, Cape Coral
75. Parts of Collier, Lee
Mary Ellen Hawkins, Naples
76. Glades, Hendry, Highlands and parts of
Collier, DeSoto, Okeechobee
Bert J. Harris, Jr., Lake Placid
77. Parts of Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee,
Osceola, St. Lucie
Irlo "Bud" Bronson, Jr., Kissimmee
78. Parts of Brevard, Indian River, St. Lucie
Charles W. Sembler II, Sebastian
79. Parts of Martin, St. Lucie
Kenneth P. "Ken" Pruitt, Port St. Lucie
80. Parts of Martin, Palm Beach
James C. "Jim" Hill, Jr., Jupiter



81. Part of Palm Beach
Marian V. Lewis, North Palm Beach










District
82. Part of Palm Beach
Ray Liberti, West Palm Beach
83. Part of Palm Beach
Lois Jane Frankel, West Palm Beach
84. Part of Palm Beach
Edward J. "Ed" Healey, West Palm Beach
85. Part of Palm Beach
Mark A. Foley, Lake Worth
86. Part of Palm Beach
Steve Press, Delray Beach
87. Parts of Broward, Palm Beach
Carol G. Hanson, Boca Raton
88. Part of Broward
Jack N. Tobin, Margate
89. Part of Broward
Ben Graber, Coral Springs
90. Part of Broward
Peter R. Deutsch, Tamarac
91. Part of Broward
Bill Clark, Lauderdale Lakes
92. Part of Broward
John C. Rayson, Pompano Beach
93. Part of Broward
Deborah P. "Debby" Sanderson, Fort Lauderdale
94. Part of Broward
Tracy Stafford, Wilton Manors
95. Part of Broward
Anne Mackenzie, Fort Lauderdale
96. Part of Broward
Norman "Norm" Ostrau, Plantation
97. Part of Broward
Frederick "Fred" Lippman, Hollywood
98. Part of Broward
Steven A. "Steve" Geller, Hallandale
99. Part of Broward
Walter C. "Walt" Young, Pembroke Pines
100. Parts of Broward, Dade
Ronald A. "Ron" Silver, North Miami Beach
101. Part of Dade
Michael I. "Mike" Abrams, North Miami Beach



District
102. Part of Dade
Elaine Gordon, Miami
103. Part of Dade
Michael Friedman, Surfside
104. Part of Dade
Elaine Bloom, Miami Beach
105. Part of Dade
Alberto "Al" Gutman, Miami
106. Part of Dade
Darryl Reaves, Miami
107. Part of Dade
James C. "Jim" Burke, Miami
108. Part of Dade
Willie Logan, Jr., Opa-locka
109. Part of Dade
Luis E. Rojas, Hialeah
110. Part of Dade
Miguel A. "Mike" De Grandy, Miami
111. Part of Dade
Rodolfo "Rudy" Garcia, Jr., Hialeah
112. Part of Dade
Carlos L. Valdes, Miami Springs
113. Part of Dade
Luis C. Morse, Miami
114. Part of Dade
J. Bruce Hoffmann, South Miami
115. Part of Dade
Mario Diaz-Balart, Miami
116. Part of Dade
Art Simon, Miami
117. Part of Dade
Susan Guber, Miami
118. Part of Dade
Daryl L. Jones, Miami
119. Part of Dade
John F. Cosgrove, Miami
120. Monroe and part of Dade
Ron Saunders, Key West



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Speaker-T. K. Wetherell
Speaker pro tempore-Everett Kelly



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










MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Michael I. Abrams (D)
North Miami Beach
District 101



Stan Bainter (R)
Eustis
District 27



Irlo "Bud" Bronson (D)
Kissimmee
District 77



Bill Clark (D)
Lauderdale Lakes
District 91



George Albright (R)
Ocala
District 25



Tom Banjanin (R)
Pensacola
District 3



Corrine Brown (D)
Jacksonville
District 17



Scott W. Clemons (D)
Panama City
District 6



Joseph Amall (R)
Jacksonville Beach
District 19



Elaine Bloom (D)
Miami Beach
District 104











James C. Burke (D)
Miami
District 107



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Chris Corr (R)
Apollo Beach
District 62



J. Keith Arnold (D)
Fort Myers
District 73



F. Allen Boyd, Jr. (D)
Monticello
District 11



Cynthia Moore Chestnut (D)
Gainesville
District 23



John F. Cosgrove (D)
Miami
District 119



Jack Ascherl (D)
New Smyma Beach
District 30



Mary Brennan (D)
Pinellas Park
District 57



Kathy Geller Chinoy (D)
Jacksonville
District 20











George A. Crady (D)
Yulee
District 13



Miguel A. De Grandy (R)
Miami
District 110



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Peter R. Deutsch (D)
Tamarac
District 90



Mario Diaz-Balart (R)
Miami
District 115



Jim Davis (D)
Tampa
District 64



Tom Feeney (R)
Orlando
District 37

























Mary Figg (D)
Lutz
District 60



Rodolfo Garcia, Jr. (R)
Hialeah
District 111



Ben Graber, M.D. (D)
Coral Springs
District 89



Lars A. Hafner (D)
St. Petersburg
District 54



Paul M. Hawkes (R)
Crystal River
District 26



David Flagg (D) Mark A. Foley (R)
Gainesville Lake Worth
District 24 District 85



Steven A. Geller (D)
Hallandale
District 98




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Richard S. Graham (R)
Ormond Beach
District 28



Carol Hanson (R)
Boca Raton
District 87



Mary Ellen Hawkins (a)
Naples
District 75



Ronald C. Glickman (D)
Tampa
District 66



Art Grindle (R)
Altamonte Springs
District 35



Robert T. Harden (R)
Fort Walton Beach
District 5



Edward J. Healey (D)
West Palm Beach
District 84



Lois J. Frankel (D)
West Palm Beach
District 83



Harry C. Goode, Jr. (D)
Melbourne
District 33



Susan Guber (D)
Miami
District 117



James T. Hargrett, Jr. (D)
Tampa
District 63



James C. Hill, Jr. (R)
Jupiter
District 80



Michael Friedman (D)
Surfside
District 103












Elaine Gordon (D)
Miami
District 102












Alberto Gutman (R)
Miami
District 105












Bert J. Harris, Jr. (D)
Lake Placid
District 76












Bruce Hoffmann (R)
South Miami
District 114



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J. J. Holland, Jr. (R)
Holmes Beach
District 67



Douglas L. Jamerson (D)
St. Petersburg
District 55



Daryl L. Jones (D)
Miami
District 118



John Laurent (R)
Bartow
District 43



Betty S. Holzendorf (D)
Jacksonville
District 16



Harry Jennings (R)
Sarasota
District 69



Dennis L. Jones, D.C. (R)
Treasure Island
District 53












Alfred J. Lawson, Jr. (D)
Tallahassee
District 9



Jeffrey C. Huenink (R)
Clearwater
District 58



Bolley L. Johnson (D)
Milton
District 4



Everett A. Kelly (D)
Lady Lake
District 46



Marian V. Lewis (R)
North Palm Beach
District 81



Timothy F. Ireland (R)
Cape Coral
District 74



Buddy Johnson (R)
Plant City
District 61
Elected March 12, 1991



James E. King, Jr. (R)
Jacksonville
District 18



Ray Liberti (D)
West Palm Beach
District 82



Frances L. Irvine (R)
Orange Park
District 21



C. Fred Jones (D)
Aubumdale
District 42
Resigned July 1, 1992



Michael Edward Langton (D)
Jacksonville
District 15












Frederick Lippman (D)
Hollywood
District 97



Willie Logan, Jr. (D)
Opa-locka
District 108



James M. Lombard (R)
Osprey
District 70



John Long (D)
Land O'Lakes
District 48



Anne Mackenzie (D)
Fort Lauderdale
District 95



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Joseph R. Mackey, Jr. (D)
Lake City
District 12


























Elvin L. Martinez (D)
Tampa
District 65



Bruce McEwan (R)
Orlando
District 38



William Thomas Mims (D)
Lakeland
District 45



Philip Mishkin (D)
Port Richey
District 49



Sam Mitchell (D)
Veron
District 7



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Luis C. Morse (R)
Miami
District 113












Steve Press (D)
Delray Beach
District 86



Sandra Barringer Mortham (R)
Largo
District 52



Kenneth P. Pruitt (R)
Port St. Lucie
District 79



Patricia A. Muscarella (R)
Clearwater
District 51



John C. Rayson (D)
Pompano Beach
District 92



Norman Ostrau (D)
Plantation
District 96



Darryl Reaves (D)
Miami
District 106



Vernon Peeples (D)
Punta Gorda
District 72



Alzo J. Reddick (D)
Orlando
District 40



Buzz Ritchie (D)
Pensacola
District 2



R. Z. Safley (R)
Clearwater
District 50



Charlie Roberts (D)
Titusville
District 31



Debby P. Sanderson (R)
Fort Lauderdale
District 93



Luis E. Rojas (R)
Hialeah
District 109



Dixie Newton Sansom (R)
Satellite Beach
District 32



Hurley W. Rudd (D)
Tallahassee
District 10



Ron Saunders (D)
Key West
District 120



Brian P. Rush (D)
Tampa
District 59



Charles W. Sembler I (R)
Sebastian
District 78



























Ronald A. Silver (D)
North Miami Beach
District 100



Art Simon (D)
Miami
District 116



Peggy Simone (R)
Bradenton
District 68



Robert B. Sindler, D.V.M. (D)
Apopka
District 39



Charles R. Smith (D)
Brooksville
District 47



Kelley R. Smith, Jr. (D)
Palatka
District 22












Tom Tobiassen (D)
Cantonment
District 1



Peter Rudy Wallace (D)
St. Petersburg
District 56



Tracy Stafford (D)
Wilton Manors
District 94



Jack N. Tobin (D)
Margate
District 88



Daniel Webster (R)
Orlando
District 41



Robert J. Starks (R)
Maitland
District 36












Robert DeWitt Trammell (D)
Marianna
District 8



T. K. Wetherell (D)
Daytona Beach
District 29



Frank Stone (R)
Oviedo
District 34












Carlos L. Valdes (R)
Miami Springs
District 112



Stephen R. Wise (R)
Jacksonville
District 14



David L. Thomas, M.D. (R)
Sarasota
District 71



Joe Viscusi (D)
Lakeland
District 44



Walter C. Young (D)
Pembroke Pines
District 99


















The JournalOFTHE


House of Representatives


FOURTH SPECIAL SESSION-"D" of 1990-1992



Number 1



Tuesday, December 10, 1991



Journal of the House of Representatives for a Special Session of the Seventy-fifth House since Statehood in 1845, convened
by Proclamation of the Governor and held at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee in the State of Florida, on Tuesday,
December 10, 1991.



The House was called to order by the Honorable T. K. Wetherell,
Speaker, at 12:00 noon.
The following proclamation was read:

PROCLAMATION

State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA SENATE AND
THE FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WHEREAS, the Twelfth Legislature of the State of Florida, under the
Florida Constitution, 1968 Revision, convened in regular session for the
year 1991 on March 5, 1991, and adjourned on May 2, 1991, and
WHEREAS, the Governor, after consultation with the revenue
estimating conference has determined that a deficit will occur in the
General Revenue Fund for the fiscal year 1991-1992, and
WHEREAS, the Administration Commission acted pursuant to law to
curtail spending to maintain a balanced budget, and
WHEREAS, the Florida Supreme Court invalidated the action of the
Administration Commission in its opinion of October 29, 1991, which held
that the law upon which the Administration Commission acted constituted
an unlawful delegation of the Legislature's power, and
WHEREAS, it appears to be the exclusive duty of the Legislature to
provide for the maintenance of a balanced spending plan for the state, and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of the State of Florida
to call a Special Session of the Florida Legislature so that full and adequate
consideration can be given to those items set forth below.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, LAWTON CHILES, Governor of the State of
Florida, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Article III,
Section 3(c)(1), Florida Constitution, do hereby proclaim as follows:
Section 1.
The Legislature of the State of Florida is convened in Special Session
commencing at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, the tenth day of December 1991,
and ending at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of December
1991.
Section 2.
The Legislature of the State of Florida is convened for the sole and
exclusive purpose of considering the following:
(a) Reducing appropriations and releases by a sufficient amount to
prevent a deficit in any fund within the General Revenue Fund.



(c) Revising the career service system for state employees.
(d) Implementing the recommendations of the Governor and Cabinet
Task Force on Governmental Efficiency for reorganization of state
agencies.
(e) Implementing the Governor's plan for reorganization of the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.
IN TESTIMONY HEREOF, I have caused the Great
S Seal of the State of Florida to be affixed to this
j proclamation at the Capitol, this 1st day of
November, 1991.
LAWTON CHILES
Governor
ATTEST:
JIM SMITH
Secretary of State
The following amended proclamation was received:

PROCLAMATION

State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee
(Amendment to the Proclamation dated November 1, 1991)
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA SENATE AND
THE FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WHEREAS, on the first day of November, 1991, a Proclamation of the
Governor was issued convening a Special Session of the Florida Legislature
commencing at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, the tenth day of December, 1991,
and ending at 12:00 noon Tuesday, the seventeenth day of December, 1991,
and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of the State of Florida
to amend the Proclamation of November 1, 1991, in order to expand the
call of the Special Session so that the Legislature may consider the
additional matters set forth below.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, LAWTON CHILES, Governor of the State of
Florida, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Article III,
Section 3(c)(1), Florida Constitution, do hereby proclaim as follows:
Section two (2) of the Proclamation of the Governor dated November 1,
1991, is hereby amended to read:
Section 2.



(b) Revising the provisions of Chapter 216, Florida Statutes, and other The Legislature of the State of Florida is convened for the sole and
statutory provisions to manage the appropriations and budget process. exclusive purpose of considering the following:



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(b) Revising the provisions of Chapter 216, Florida Statutes, and other
statutory provisions to manage the appropriations and budget process.
(c) Revising the career service system for state employees.
(d) Implementing the recommendations of the Governor and Cabinet
Task Force on Governmental Efficiency for reorganization of state
agencies.
(e) Implementing reorganization of the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services.
(f) Reenacting Section 624.5091, F.S., relating to the retaliatory
provision with respect to insurers, retroactive to October 1, 1991.
IN TESTIMONY HEREOF, I have caused the Great
Seal of the State of Florida to be affixed to this
proclamation at the Capitol, this 10th day of
S December 1991.



LAWTON CHILES
Governor



ATTEST:
JIM SMITH
Secretary of State

Prayer
The following prayer was offered by the Reverend Hal Marchman,
Central Baptist Church, Daytona Beach, upon invitation of Speaker
Wetherell:
Almighty God, we pause to give thanks for these elected leaders of our
state. Help us to remember that You will give us the serenity to accept
those things we cannot change, the courage to change what we can and the
wisdom to know the difference. Shalom and Amen.
The following Members were recorded present:



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



Geller
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, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.



Jones, Daryl
Jones, Dennis
Kelly
King
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
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



Excused: Rep. Arnold, due to a death in the family; Rep. Davis; Rep.
Garcia, due to illness; Rep. Langton, due to district business; Rep. Safley,
due to illness.
A quorum was present.

Pledge
The Members, led by Ms. Ashley Scott and Misters Derek and Jared
Scott, pledged allegiance to the Flag. They served at the invitation of Rep.
Ireland and attend Franklin Park Elementary School in Franklin Park.



House Physicians
The Speaker announced that Reps. Thomas and Dennis Jones would
serve as Doctors of the Day.

The Journal
The Journal of June 6, 1991, Special Session "C", was corrected and, as
corrected, was approved.

Change of Party Affiliation
A communication was received from Rep. Stone advising the Clerk of his
change of party affiliation from Republican to Democrat on September 24,
1991.

Report on the Admendment Display System
Rep. Bo Johnson, Chairman of the Committee on Rules & Calendar,
reported that the Amendment Display System was operational and would
play an important role in the productivity of the Florida House of
Representatives.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Grindle--
HB 1-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public officers and
employees; amending s. 112.061, F.S.; eliminating the subsistence
allowance for Class C travel; amending ss. 112.3148 and 281.20, F.S.;
correcting cross references; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Tobin-
HB 3-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mental health services;
creating the Mental Health Parity Trust Fund; providing the purpose of
the trust fund; prohibiting the use of trust fund moneys to supplant other
appropriations; providing for distribution of moneys from the trust fund;
amending s. 212.02, F.S.; amending the definitions to include services;
amending s. 212.05, F.S.; imposing the sales, storage, or use tax on certain
personal services; amending s. 212.054, F.S.; imposing the discretionary
sales surtax on services; amending s. 212.06, F.S.; amending the definition
of the term "dealer" to include one who receives orders for services;
requiring dealers to collect the tax on specified services, as well as on
certain personal property; providing an exemption; amending s. 212.20,
F.S.; providing for certain proceeds of taxes and fees to be deposited into
the Mental Health Parity Trust Fund; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By the Committee on Appropriations; Representative Saunders-
HB 5-D-A bill to be entitled An act adjusting items appropriated by
Chapter 91-193 and Chapter 91-272, Laws of Florida, and other
appropriations for Fiscal Year 1991-92; suspending portions of Chapters
91-193 and 91-272, Laws of Florida, providing an effective date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By the Committee on Appropriations; Representative Saunders-
HB 7-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to implementing the
December 1991 Supplemental Appropriations Act; providing legislative
intent; repealing s. 5, ch. 91-193, Laws of Florida, relating to a proviso in
the 1991-1992 General Appropriations Act that calls for reducing a lump-
sum appropriation to the Public Medical Assistance Trust Fund to cover
any deficit and balance the 1991-1992 fiscal year budget; eliminating funds
to implement Medicaid coverage for certain pregnant women and children;
eliminating funds to continue Medicaid eligibility for certain elderly or
disabled persons; eliminating funding for Medicaid reimbursement of
certain inpatient hospital services and authorizing the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services to use county Medicaid contributions



to fund the state's share of other hospital services; reducing funding for
Medicaid physician fees and authorizing the department to amend the



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Medicaid maximum allowable fee schedule plan to conform; providing for
revision of the Florida Title XIX Long-Term Care Reimbursement Plan
(Medicaid) to reduce reimbursement to nursing home providers;
continuing the Florida Addictions Treatment Center at Avon Park in
Highlands County as a treatment, training, and research center operated
by the.department, contingent on specific appropriations; relieving the
department of the responsibility to perform preliminary home studies
relating to independent adoptions; authorizing the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court to approve changes in the original approved budget and
schedule of releases for certain judiciary budgets; repealing a proviso of the
1991-1992 General Appropriations Act that authorizes a pilot program for
the sale of lottery tickets in one of the official Florida Welcome Stations;
providing that the annual salary calculation of county constitutional
officers is not mandatory and may be reduced voluntarily; reducing the
required minimum cash balance of the State Transportation Trust Fund
and transferring the difference to the General Revenue Fund; requiring the
Comptroller to transfer to the General Revenue Fund those funds
appropriated for transfer in the December 1991 Supplemental
Appropriations Act; transferring the dog fly and mosquito control
programs and the John A. Mulrennan, Sr., Arthropod Research Laboratory
from the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; authorizing school
districts to shift from certain categorical programs a specified percentage
of general revenue funds appropriated for those programs, to be spent with
funds appropriated for the Florida Educational Finance Program without
audit criticism or the need to replace such funds in subsequent fiscal years;
providing an effective date and an expiration date.
Placed on the Calendar without reference.

By Representatives Sindler, Rojas-
HB 9-D-SF-A bill to be entitled A proposal relating to the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Sindler-
HB 11-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Orlando-Orange
County Expressway Authority; authorizing the authority to construct a
portion of the Western Beltway known as the Northwest Beltway Part A;
providing for funding; providing that any portion of the Western Beltway
financed by certain revenue bonds shall not be part of the Florida
Turnpike; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Hawkes, Lombard-
HJR 13-D-A joint resolution proposing the creation of Section 10 of
Article II of the State Constitution relating to access to public records.



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

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Abrams moved that HB 19-D 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-

By Representative Abrams-
HB 19-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to discretionary sales
surtaxes; amending s. 212.055, F.S.; revising provisions which authorize
certain counties to levy an indigent care surtax, which provide conditions
under which a county as defined in s. 125.011(1), F.S., may levy a surtax
for a county public general hospital, and which provide a limitation on such
levies; providing legislative intent; providing for future repeal; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committee on
Finance & Taxation.

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Kelly moved that HB 21-D 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-

By Representatives Kelly, Mishkin-
HB 21-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bingo; amending s.
7, ch. 91-206, Laws of Florida; revising the effective date of that chapter,
which revises provisions regulating the conduct of bingo, and suspending
its operation for a specified period; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committees on
Regulated Industries and Appropriations.

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Hill moved that HB 23-D 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-

By Representative Hill-
HB 23-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to jurors; amending s.
7, ch. 91-235, Laws of Florida; changing the effective date of specified
provisions in ch. 91-235, Laws of Florida, which relate to creation of jury
lists and eligibility for jury duty; providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committee on
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled Judiciary
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.



By Representatives Sindler, Rojas-
HB 15-D-SF-A bill to be entitled A proposal relating to educational
funding.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Lawson-
HB 17-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state officers and
employees in the Florida Retirement System, Teachers' Retirement
System, and State and County Officers' and Employees' Retirement
System; establishing a temporary early retirement incentive program;
providing for administration; providing for construction; requiring that
participation must be voluntary; prohibiting coercion; providing eligibility
criteria and procedure; providing for purchase of an annuity to fund
supplemental benefits; providing for calculation of benefits; providing for
compliance with s. 14, Art. X of the State Constitution; providing for
funding; providing effective and expiration dates.



By Representative Abrams-
HB 25-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance retaliatory
tax; reenacting s. 624.5091, F.S., relating to the retaliatory provision with
respect to insurers; providing for retroactive effect; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committee on
Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Laurent-
HB 27-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to reapportionment;
providing definitions; providing requirements with respect to meetings of
reapportionment committees of the Legislature; providing for public access
to committee meetings and records; providing requirements with respect
to reapportionment plans; providing criteria for legislative and
congressional redistricting; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.



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By Representatives Buddy Johnson, De Grandy, Diaz-Balart-
HB 29-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to redistricting;
providing procedure and criteria for congressional and legislative
redistricting with respect to minority representation; providing an
effective date.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Webster, Mortham-



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HJR 31-D-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 16 Rep. Silver moved that HB 37-D be admitted for introduction, the
of Article III of the State Constitution relating to reapportionment. Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled The motion was agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds vote
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
and-



By Representative Hargrett-
HB 33-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employees;
amending s. 110.109, F.S.; revising provisions relating to productivity
improvement and personnel audits of the executive branch agencies;
creating s. 110.1099, F.S.; providing for education and training
opportunities for state employees; amending s. 110.112, F.S.; providing for
the primary responsibilities of the affirmative action-equal employment
opportunity officer; revising dates with respect to the plan; amending s.
110.107, F.S.; defining the term "furlough"; creating s. 110.1225, F.S.;
providing for furloughs; amending s. 110.123, F.S.; revising provisions with
respect to the state group insurance program to provide for the payment
of premiums for employees granted certain leaves of absence; amending s.
110.201, F.S.; revising provisions relating to personnel rules, records, and
reports; amending s. 110.203, F.S.; providing definitions; amending s.
110.205, F.S.; revising provisions relating to exemptions from the Career
Service System; transferring certain responsibilities from the department
to employing agencies; amending s. 110.207, F.S.; revising provisions
relating to the classification plan; amending s. 110.209, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to the pay plan; amending s. 110.211, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to recruitment; amending s. 110.213, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to selection; amending s. 110.217, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to appointments and promotion; amending s. 110.219,
F.S.; providing for cooperation and consultation with the agencies with
respect to rules governing attendance and leave; amending s. 110.221, F.S.;
providing for parental or family medical leave; amending s. 110.227, F.S.;
revising provisions relating to suspensions, dismissals, reductions in pay,
demotions, layoffs, furloughs, and transfers; providing for training;
amending s. 447.207, F.S.; prescribing the powers and duties of the Public
Employees Relations Commission with respect to appeals by permanent
employees in the Career Service System; repealing s. 1 of ch. 91-164, Laws
of Florida; abrogating the repeal of part II of chapter 110, F.S.; providing
legislative intent; providing for rules; establishing a temporary early
retirement incentive program; providing for administration; providing for
construction; requiring that participation must be voluntary; prohibiting
coercion; providing eligibility criteria and procedure; providing for
payment of a lump-sum benefit; providing for calculation of benefits;
providing for funding; providing an appropriation; providing for
implementation of act to be collectively bargained; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committees on
Employee & Management Relations and Appropriations.

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Figg moved that HB 35-D 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-

By Representatives Figg and Hawkes-
HB 35-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public records;
amending s. 119.011, F.S.; revising the definition of "agency" for purposes
of ch. 119, F.S., relating to public records; reenacting s. 119.012, F.S.,
relating to records made public as the result of receipt of public funds from
an agency for dues or membership contributions, s. 119.083(1)(a), F.S.,



By Representatives Silver, Hafner, Arnold, Rush, Graber, Sansom,
Young, Dennis Jones, King, Mortham, Simone, Holland, Lombard,
Hanson, Wallace, Muscarella, Abrams, Roberts-

HB 37-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to community
associations; amending ss. 718.104, 718.110, 718.111, 718.112, 718.116, and
719.106, F.S., and amending section 28 of chapter 91-103, Laws of Florida;
delaying until April 1, 1992, the effect of certain amendments to the
condominium and cooperative laws; providing for applicability; providing
an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committee on
Judiciary.

By Representatives Diaz-Balart, De Grandy, Mortham, Webster-
HB 39-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to reapportionment;
providing committee report and other legislative adoption deadlines for
reapportionment of the state into legislative and congressional districts;
providing legislative findings; providing definitions; requiring the
Governor to reconvene the Legislature in a special apportionment session
within a specified period after adjournment sine die of the 1992 regular
session of the Legislature if legislative and congressional redistricting plans
have not been adopted at that session; providing a final legislative deadline
for reapportionment; providing an effective date.

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

By Representative Pruitt-

HB 41-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education finance;
authorizing district school boards to use moneys collected for capital outlay
purposes for school operation under specified circumstances and
conditions; providing for review and repeal; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Frankel-
HB 43-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services; amending s. 20.19, F.S.; reorganizing
the service districts of the department; creating health and human service
boards and prescribing their membership, powers, and duties; creating a
statewide Health and Human Services Board and prescribing its
membership, powers, and duties; providing for health and human services
board nominating committees; repealing s. 20.19(8), F.S., relating to
provisions that create district advisory councils in the department's service
districts; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committees on
Health & Rehabilitative Services and Appropriations.



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relating to copyright of data processing software created by government
agencies, and s. 281.301, F.S., relating to confidentiality of security
information in possession of an agency, to incorporate the amendment to
s. 119.011, F.S., in references thereto; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committee on
Governmental Operations.

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Reports of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

Special and Continuing Order Calendar



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



December 9, 1991



Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as the Special
and Continuing Order Calendar under Rule 8.15 beginning Wednesday,
December 11, consideration of the following bills:
HB 5-D-Adjusting Appropriations Bill
HB 7-D-Supplemental Implementing Bill
A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a majority of
those present agreed to the above report.
Respectfully submitted,
Bolley L. Johnson, Chairman
On motion by Rep. Bo Johnson, the above report was adopted.



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



December 9, 1991



Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar respectfully submits the following
policy for floor action on the adjusted general appropriations and
supplemental implementing bills.
The official cut-off time for transmitting all floor amendments to the
Clerk for HB 5-D and HB 7-D for consideration, shall be Tuesday,
December 10, 1991 at 8:00 p.m.
Members may either file amendments directly with the Clerk or, for
those members desiring drafting assistance, amendments may be filed with
the Committee on Appropriations.
Amendments filed directly with the Clerk will be received in the
Clerk's reception office, room 423 of the Capitol, rather than in the
Chamber.
Amendments prepared by the Committee on Appropriations, in
response to a request made by members prior to the cut-off time,
will be considered timely filed.
All amendments shall be in compliance with House Rule 11.13 and must
be technically correct.



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A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a majority of
those present agreed to the above report.
Respectfully submitted,
Bolley L. Johnson, Chairman
On motion by Rep. Bo Johnson, the above report was adopted.

Waiver of Rule 6 for Committee Meetings
On motion by Rep. Saunders, Chairman, the rules were waived and the
Committee on Appropriations was given permission to meet today, at
12:45 p.m., in Morris Hall.
On further motion by Rep. Saunders, the Committee on Appropriations
was given permission to meet tomorrow, December 11, at 12:00 noon, in
Morris Hall.
On motion by Rep. Hargrett, Chairman, the Committee on Employee &
Management Relations was given permission to meet today, at 5:30 p.m.,
in Morris Hall.
On motion by Rep. Trammell, Chairman, the Committee on Judiciary
was given permission to meet tomorrow, December 11, at 8:00 a.m., in
413 C.
On motion by Rep. Abrams, Chairman, the Committee on Finance &
Taxation was given permission to meet tomorrow, December 11, at
12:00 p.m., in 413 C.
On motion by Rep. Ostrau, Chairman, the Committee on Regulated
Industries was given permission to meet today, at 5:30 p.m., in 214 C.
On motion by Rep. Figg, Chairman, the Committee on Governmental
Operations was given permission to meet today, at 5:30 p.m., in 413 C.
Rep. Bo Johnson moved that the House stand in recess for the purpose
of holding committee meetings and conducting other House business, to
reconvene at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, December 11, or upon call of the
Speaker. The motion was agreed to.

Recessed
Pursuant to the motion previously agreed to, the House recessed at
12:29 p.m., to reconvene at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 11, or upon call
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FOURTH SPECIAL SESSION-"D" of 1990-1992



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:30 p.m.

Prayer
The following prayer was offered by the Reverend Donnie Holley,
Morningside Baptist Church, Tallahassee, upon invitation of Speaker
Wetherell:
Father, what a glorious day and a wonderful opportunity You have given
us. We acknowledge our dependence on You and seek Your help in solving
the pressing needs of our state. What I pray for each of these men and
women gathered here-I know they face pressures from many sources and
I am sure they feel pulled in many directions-please give them the wisdom
to know what to do and the courage to do it. Father, may the prayer of the
great Apostle Paul be answered through the actions of this great body as
he prayed, "Make my joy complete by being of the same mind, maintaining
the same love, united in spirit, intent on one purpose." We ask Your
blessings as we seek to do Your will. In Jesus' name, Amen.
The following Members were recorded present:



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



Garcia
Geller
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, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



Excused: Rep. Davis; Rep. Tobin; Rep. Safley, due to illness.
A quorum was present.



Pledge
The Members, led by Ms. Shelley Chancy, pledged allegiance to the Flag.
She served at the invitation of Rep. Rudd and attends Ruediger
Elementary School in Tallahassee.

The Journal
The Journal of December 10 was corrected and, as corrected, was
approved.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Sansom-
HB 45-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to school instructional
materials; amending s. 233.34, F.S.; giving discretion to district school
boards in the expenditure of the annual state allocation for instructional
materials; requiring consideration of the state-adopted list; requiring a
summary of the reasons for purchasing items that are not on the state-
adopted list; requiring insertion of the summary into the minutes of the
district school board; deleting limitations on the expenditure of the
allocation; providing an effective date.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Logan, Hargrett, Burke, Lawson, Daryl Jones,
Clark-
HR 47-D-A resolution condemning the unconstitutional seizure of
power by the military junta in Haiti and urging certain actions to end the
military seizure of power.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Garcia, De Grandy-
HM 53-D-A memorial to the Congress of the United States urging
Congress to adopt Senate Bill 1878 or similar legislation to provide
financial assistance to condominium homeowners of federally insured
properties that have structural defects.
Placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was outside the purview of the Call.

First Reading of Committee Substitutes by Publication

By the Committee on Employee & Management Relations;
Representative Hargrett-
CS/HB 33-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employees;
amending s. 110.109, F.S.; revising provisions relating to productivity
improvement and personnel audits of the executive branch agencies;
creating s. 110.1099, F.S.; providing for education and training
opportunities for state employees; amending s. 110.112, F.S.; providing for
the primary responsibilities of the affirmative action-equal employment



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opportunity officer; revising dates with respect to the plan; amending s.
110.107, F.S.; defining the term "furlough"; creating s. 110.1225, F.S.;
providing for furloughs; amending s. 110.123, F.S.; revising provisions with
respect to the state group insurance program to provide for the payment
of premiums for employees granted certain leaves of absence; amending s.
110.201, F.S.; revising provisions relating to personnel rules, records, and
reports; amending s. 110.203, F.S.; providing definitions; amending s.
110.205, F.S.; revising provisions relating to exemptions from the Career
Service System; transferring certain responsibilities from the department
to employing agencies; amending s. 110.207, F.S.; revising provisions
relating to the classification plan; amending s. 110.209, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to the pay plan; amending s. 110.211, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to recruitment; amending s. 110.213, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to selection; amending s. 110.217, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to appointments and promotion; amending s. 110.219,
F.S.; providing for cooperation and consultation with the agencies with
respect to rules governing attendance and leave; amending s. 110.221, F.S.;
providing for parental or family medical leave; amending s. 110.227, F.S.;
revising provisions relating to suspensions, dismissals, reductions in pay,
demotions, layoffs, furloughs, and transfers; providing legislative intent;
providing for training; requiring all agencies to report to the Department
of Administration with respect to training programs; providing for
evaluations; amending s. 447.207, F.S.; prescribing the powers and duties
of the Public Employees Relations Commission with respect to appeals by
permanent employees in the Career Service System; repealing s. 1 of ch.
91-164, Laws of Florida; abrogating the repeal of part II of chapter 110,
F.S.; providing legislative intent; providing for rules; providing for
implementation of act to be collectively bargained; providing an effective
date.

Special Order
On motion by Rep. Bo Johnson, the House adopted the following
schedule for consideration of bills today:

I. Special and Continuing Orders
HB 5-D-Appropriations Bill
HB 7-D-Appropriations Implementing Bill
II. Bills to be taken up instanter
HB 23-D-Jury Lists/Eligibility for Duty
HB 37-D-Condominium & Cooperative Laws
HB 35-D-Public Records
III. Bills to be taken up instanter if received
HB 19-D--Indigent Care Surtax
HB 25-D-Insurance Retaliatory Tax
HB 33-D-Career Service Reform
HB 21-D-Bingo Regulation/Effective Date
HB 51-D-Governmental Efficiency & Accountability
HB 43-D-Health & Rehabilitative Services Local Management

HJR 31-D-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 16
of Article III of the State Constitution relating to reapportionment.
Rep. Webster moved that HJR 31-D be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
The motion was not agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds
vote and HJR 31-D was not admitted for introduction.



Speaker Wetherell: Have you finished?
Rep. Webster: Yes, Sir.
Speaker Wetherell: Representative Wallace.
Rep. Wallace: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I want to say a couple of
things about where we are on the reapportionment process now. But let me
say first that with respect to the joint resolution that Representative
Webster is seeking to introduce, his discussion of it lays out the obvious
reason for it not to be taken up in this special session. What Representative
Webster accurately says is that this is a joint resolution which, if it were
to pass during this special session, could only be on our November ballot
for consideration by the people of Florida, and even if it were passed on
that November ballot in 1992, would have no effect whatsoever on our
reapportionment process until the year 2001, almost ten years from now.
So it is self-evident that this is not a joint resolution that requires action
during this special session.
But beyond that immediate point, let me talk a little bit about where we
are in the reapportionment process. Last Wednesday, we finished our 32nd
public hearing around the state. It was held in western Dade County and
was very capably facilitated by our Cuban-American Members. We had the
best turnout we had had at any of our public hearings-more than 200
individuals-and I want to say a special word of thanks to our Cuban-
American Members for making that possible and for having input in the
attendance at that public hearing. I also want to say that we had great
attendance from our Members at those public hearings around the state
and I particularly want to take a minute to recognize Representative
Chance Irvine who attended all 32 of those public hearings. Every
appearance record and written submission, as a result of those public
hearings, is available to the public and to the Members of the House in a
bound volume that we keep at the desk in the Reapportionment Suite, and
there's a copy to borrow. If you want to look back on the record of that
public hearing, you may do so. In addition to that, we've compiled two
volumes of public hearing minutes that are also available for you. If you
find a reference in the minutes that you want to explore further, we have
audio tapes and, in some cases, video tapes of those proceedings available
to you.
All of the third party submissions have been compiled and are being
analyzed by our staff. Hundreds of copies of the TRACTOR program,
which is the computer program, have been distributed to Members of the
House and Senate, and to the public at large. The computer systems of
both the House and the Senate are fully available to the public and are
being utilized by the public, and have been used extensively by minority
individuals and minority organizations in preparing plans for submission
to the committees. The resources of the committees are fully available to
all Members of this body on a completely bipartisan basis. On Monday
morning, the committee released and laid out a schedule for consideration
of congressional redistricting plans which will have those plans on the floor
of this House at the end of January. At that time, we were commended by
Bill Jones on behalf of Common Cause for the schedule and for the process
we've conducted. We've also been repeatedly commended by the League
of Women Voters around the state for the openness of the process and by
the public access which we've allowed. At this time, I think it's clear that
Representative Webster's joint resolution is at least six or seven years too
early, and certainly is not timely for consideration during this special
session. And, Mr. Speaker, I would like to yield a minute to Representative
Crady on the immediate subject of that joint resolution.



On motion by Rep. Lombard, the following remarks were ordered spread Speaker Wetherell: Representative Crady, you're recognized.
upon the Journal.



Rep. Webster: I think you're pretty prophetic there, Mr. Speaker.
Well, like I explained the bill, it basically deals with the reapportionment
process; it is a constitutional amendment; it would allow us to start
reapportionment six months early next time in the year 2001. We feel like
that as we heard the public testimony around the state and as we listened
to the people, a lot of people, including the League of Women Voters and
others from the public that testified, testified that they would like to begin
the time frame earlier. It would give us more time to review plans. It gives
the public more input and we feel like it is the right thing to do and as we
are considering reapportionment, it's fresh on our minds. The testimony
that we have heard is on our minds and I think that now is the time to act,
Mr. Speaker.



Rep. Crady: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I was wondering if perhaps Mr.
Webster had checked with Mr. Lombard before he decided he would like
to introduce this bill at this time because it's exactly the same as the
substance of the house joint resolution that I entered in 1988 and brought
to the floor, and Mr. Lombard was one of them that voted against it. As
a matter of fact, all the people that voted against it were Republicans in
1988. That would've allowed the additional year of time after the decennial
census; and also in 1989, I introduced the same bill with the same response.
So if this was indeed your intent to give us the additional time, I'm
wondering why you didn't go ahead and allow us to do it before this year.
Speaker Wetherell: OK Representative Webster, do you want to
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Rep. Webster: Oh, at least I'll answer those questions, I guess. No,
I didn't check with Representative Lombard. I believe he changed his vote,
though, after the vote. I hope he did. Because I did support that and I think
you had a very good idea then, and you were a visionary too, just like this
bill is visionary. It may be six years ahead of time but we think it's the time
to do it right now.
Speaker Wetherell: Representative Lombard.
Rep. Lombard: I would just like to respond to Mr. Crady that if I had
known, sir, that the process would be delayed as much as it has, I don't
think I would've voted that way at the time.

Explanation of Vote
The Journal of May 17, 1988 (p. 512) will show that, following the roll
call on HJR 701, my vote was changed from "Nay" to "Yea."
Rep. James M. Lombard
District 70

HB 27-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to reapportionment;
providing definitions; providing requirements with respect to meetings of
reapportionment committees of the Legislature; providing for public access
to committee meetings and records; providing requirements with respect
to reapportionment plans; providing criteria for legislative and
congressional redistricting; providing an effective date.
Rep. Laurent moved that HB 27-D be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
The motion was not agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds
vote and HB 27-D was not admitted for introduction.
On motion by Rep. Lombard, the following remarks were ordered spread
upon the Journal.
Rep. Laurent: We are renewing our attempt to adopt legislation to
set forth clear standards and criteria for redistricting to take place. These
measures are designed to ensure openness and fairness in the process that
will ensure that no minorities, be they racial, language or political in
nature, be excluded from the electoral process. The computer system is up
and running.
We have held 32 public hearings around the state. Florida is the last state
in the nation to begin redistricting. By waiting until January, we run the
chance of not allowing enough time for judiciary review, Justice
Department clearance, legal action by opposing groups and the completion
of elections, not to mention adequate time for public input and debate.
In other southern states, the Justice Department has rejected plans
based on noncompliance with the Voting Rights Act. Based on this
possibility, we must allow enough time for rejection by the Justice
Department. Questions that we must deal with are not in the best interests
of the citizens of Florida for this body, in conjunction with the Senate, to
establish basic standards, procedures and parameters for the redistricting
process. Where do we begin? Will we draw majority, minority districts
first? Will we draw minority influence districts second to conform to the
Voting Rights Act? Will the House remain with its current 120 Members,
the Senate with its current 40 Members? Will you use single-Member
districts? What are communities of interests? What is an acceptable
population deviation? Will there be a cooling-off period? Do all Senators
have to run in 1992? These are some of the questions to be answered. But
let us clarify them now so that we may begin an open and fair process.
Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
Speaker Wetherell: Representative Wallace.
Representative Wallace: Mr. Speaker, I'm not going to repeat all
that I said earlier about where the process stands today, but I do want to
make one point that is directly relevant to this bill. We had a meeting of
the full Committee on Reapportionment on Monday and at that time we
discussed the fact that on Wednesday, the 18th of December, we have
scheduled a full day's briefing of legal issues for the Reapportionment
Committee. At that time, and in the aftermath of that legal briefing, it's
our intention to address many of the issues that Representative Laurent's



bill would address. It certainly is premature to take those up in a bill form
at this time. Aside from the fact that it really doesn't make sense for us to



take our procedures, put them into general law where we make them
subject to the senatorial control and a gubernatorial veto, when we can very
well handle the openness and the conduct of our process and the
development of goals and policies within the framework of our House rules
and House decision-making process.

HB 39-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to reapportionment;
providing committee report and other legislative adoption deadlines for
reapportionment of the state into legislative and congressional districts;
providing legislative findings; providing definitions; requiring the
Governor to reconvene the Legislature in a special apportionment session
within a specified period after adjournment sine die of the 1992 regular
session of the Legislature if legislative and congressional redistricting plans
have not been adopted at that session; providing a final legislative deadline
for reapportionment; providing an effective date.
Rep. Diaz-Balart moved that HB 39-D be admitted for introduction, the
Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call. The
vote was:



Yeas-44
Albright
Arnall
Bainter
Banjanin
Corr
De Grandy
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Foley
Garcia
Graham
Nays-71
The Chair
Abrams
Arnold
Ascherl
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Cosgrove
Crady
Deutsch
Figg



Grindle
Gutman
Hanson
Harden
Hawkes
Hawkins
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Huenink
Ireland


Flagg
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Guber
Hafner
Hargrett
Harris
Healey
Holzendorf
Jamerson
Johnson, Bo
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl



Irvine
Jennings
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, Dennis
King
Laurent
Lewis
Lombard
McEwan
Morse
Mortham


Kelly
Langton
Lawson
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
Mishkin
Mitchell
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Rayson
Reaves
Reddick



Muscarella
Pruitt
Sanderson
Sansom
Sembler
Simone
Starks
Thomas
Valdes
Webster
Wise


Ritchie
Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Saunders
Silver
Simon
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Stone
Tobiassen
Trammell
Viscusi
Wallace
Young



Votes after roll call:
Nays-Mims
The motion was not agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds
vote and HB 39-D was not admitted for introduction.
On motion by Rep. Lombard, the following remarks were ordered spread
upon the Journal.
Rep. Diaz-Balart: This bill states the need to conduct
reapportionment in a timely manner. It recognizes that the current
timetable for conducting reapportionment has a potential of concluding
the process after, I repeat, after the Fall 1992 Election. It also recognizes
that delay in the reapportionment process threatens to put Florida in
violation of the one-man one-vote principle. It also recognizes that delay
in the process threatens to deprive Floridians of many of their basic
electoral rights and establishes a timetable for the completion by the
Legislature of the reapportionment process. Deadlines for actions are put
in terms of days backwards from state and federal candidate qualifying
dates. This was done to recognize that even with this accelerated timetable,
once the Supreme Court and the Justice Department review are completed,
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It also requires that if the Legislature adjourns its regular session
without completion of the process, that it convene in special session within
48 hours. It establishes a similar timetable for congressional
reapportionment and requires that all bills or committee reports be
available seven days in advance of consideration. And, Mr. Speaker, finally,
it requires that all amendments to bills and committee reports be available
three days in advance.
Speaker Wetherell: Representative Wallace.
Rep. Wallace: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Just to speak briefly to the
issue of timetables, we are operating under the timetable that is set out in
the Florida Constitution. As Representative Crady pointed out earlier, this
body twice passed out a constitutional amendment down to the Senate
which would have changed that time frame. We were not successful in
getting that through the Senate, and so our Constitution provides that this
next year is the year that we do our redistricting.
We are going to convene on January 14th. We are going to move
expeditiously from that point, and it really goes against the plan that has
been laid out by the committee to set in the statute the specific set of time
frames when we can very well govern that process as an institution, as a
House, with the procedures we have set up. We laid out that congressional
schedule that will be followed by the House and Senate schedule, and it
will be a very deliberative and open process which is fully designed to be
completed in time for the qualifying period to occur.

HB 29-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to redistricting;
providing procedure and criteria for congressional and legislative
redistricting with respect to minority representation; providing an
effective date.
Rep. Buddy Johnson moved that HB 29-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the purview of the Call.
The vote was:
Yeas-42



Gutman
Hanson
Harden
Hawkes
Hawkins
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine


Flagg
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Guber
Hafner
Hargrett
Harris
Healey
Holzendorf
Jamerson
Johnson, Bo
Jones, C. F.



Jennings
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, Dennis
King
Laurent
Lewis
Lombard
McEwan
Morse
Mortham
Muscarella



Jones, Daryl
Kelly
Langton
Lawson
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
Mishkin
Mitchell
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Rayson



Pruitt
Sansom
Sembler
Simone
Starks
Thomas
Valdes
Webster
Wise



Reaves
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Saunders
Silver
Simon
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Tobiassen
Viscusi
Wallace
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-De Grandy, Sanderson
Nays-Mims
The motion was not agreed to by the required constitutional two-thirds
vote and HB 29-D was not admitted for introduction.
On motion by Rep. Lombard, the following remarks were ordered spread
upon the Journal.



Rep. Buddy Johnson: I'm really inclined to want to introduce this
bill because this is the first bill I was able to garner support for in the
House, and it's a fairness bill that I think would do the House good to take
a look at. It establishes priorities for the drawing of legislative and
congressional districts, it requires that minority majority districts be
drawn first, it requires that the number of contiguous and compact
minority majority districts be maximized. Also, and finally, it requires that
the next districts be drawn around the remaining minority communities of
interest.
If I could, I'd like to yield to Representative De Grandy for further
comment.
Speaker Wetherell Representative De Grandy.
Rep. De Grandy: Ladies and gentlemen, this is a very simple bill,
unlike the others that you've just heard. It simply says that we draw
minority districts first. We draw majority minority districts first and then
we draw minority access districts first. That's all the bill does. The
preamble of the bill is very important because it sets the policy that we as
a legislature feel that the dilution of racial or ethnic minority voting
strengths is contrary to the public policy of this state. Now, any person
who's been up in that computer knows that in order to comply with the
Voting Rights Act, there's no other way but to draw minority districts first.
That's what we're trying to set as a policy so that we have respect for the
Voting Rights Act and what it demands of us as citizens of this state.
In public hearings, we have seen the NAACP come out in favor of this
concept. Indeed, the plans that have been presented by the NAACP have
been done that way doing minority districts first, and only other
organizations, Spanish American League Against Discrimination, other
minority interest group organizations, have done their plans the same way.
Logistically, that's the only way to maximize minority participation in the
process. This bill, ladies and gentlemen, is not a partisan issue. It was
presented in the Reapportionment Committee last year. I argued that it
wasn't a partisan issue and it is not. It is an implicit statement by us that
we are going to comply with the Voting Rights Act. That's what it is. It's
fairness. Look at this bill for what it is. It's not a partisan bill, it's a fairness
bill. And let's do the right thing in this legislature. Thank you.
Speaker Wetherell: Representative Wallace.
Rep. Wallace: Representative De Grandy, I don't think that this is
a partisan issue either. I think it's a question of practicality. The first thing
that this bill does is try to provide some kind of redefinition of the Voting
Rights Act and put it into state law. If we try to do that and use terms like
actual voting minority majority, or whatever it happens to be, we can't do
it successfully anyway because it's the Voting Rights Act that we have to
comply with.
The other thing this bill says is that you've got to draw the minority
districts first. Well, as a practical matter, many of us who have sat down
to draw districts have tried to do that first, but what counts for purposes
of the Voting Rights Act and what we will deliver as a House to the people
of Florida and to the Justice Department is a plan and a set of plans that
fully comply with the Voting Rights Act. And what I want to suggest to you
is that this bill would say that even if you draw a plan entirely in
compliance with the Voting Rights Act, if you put your pen to paper in a
non-minority area first, the plan is illegal. And I want to suggest to you,
that's ridiculous. It doesn't matter where you put your pen to paper first,
what matters is whether or not the plan that's submitted is in compliance
with the Voting Rights Act. This bill is not necessary, it does not
accomplish any purpose, it's not partisan, it's just not necessary.
Speaker Wetherell: Representative De Grandy.
Rep. De Grandy: To close, Mr. Speaker.
Speaker Wetherell: Sure.
Rep. De Grandy: To respond briefly, Mr. Wallace, Section 7 of the
bill says, "Nothing in these criteria shall be construed to supersede any
provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended. Rather, these
criteria are intended to ensure the fullest possible compliance with this
act." So, I differ with you in that it is not meant to rewrite a new Voting



Rights Act for the state of Florida, it is meant to compliment and
strengthen the provisions that already exist in Federal law.



Albright
Arnall
Bainter
Banjanin
Corr
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Foley
Garcia
Graham
Grindle
Nays-68
The Chair
Abrams
Arnold
Ascherl
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Cosgrove
Crady
Deutsch
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Speaker Wetherell: OK, I'll let Mr. Wallace have a closing comment (b) Designate Haiti under section 244A(b)(1) of the Immigration and
and then we'll go ahead and vote. Nationality Act relating to temporary protected status.



Rep. Wallace: Well, of course, Representative De Grandy, it doesn't
supersede the Voting Rights Act. It can't supersede the Voting Rights Act.
So, it doesn't make any difference if you put that language in the bill. The
point is that we have the Voting Rights Act, that we'll comply with it, and
all it does is confuse the issue to try and put some definitions in the state
law that may or may not be consistent with the Voting Rights Act.

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Logan moved that HM 49-D 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-

By Representatives Logan, Hargrett, Burke, Clark, Daryl Jones, Lawson,
Lombard, Chestnut-
HM 49-D-A memorial to the Congress of the United States
condemning the unconstitutional seizure of power by the military junta in
Haiti and urging certain actions to end the military seizure of power.
WHEREAS, the people of Haiti have long suffered under the arbitrary
rule of dictatorship rather than the democratic rule of law, and
WHEREAS, in 1986, Haitians from all sectors of society showed great
courage in joining together to oust President-for-Life Jean Claude
Duvalier, and
WHEREAS, the people of Haiti have repeatedly manifested their
aspirations for democracy and a constitutional government, and equitable
economic development as outlined in their Constitution ratified on March
19, 1987, and



(5) Urge the United States Coast Guard to begin a coordinated search
and rescue at sea operation with respect to Haitians fleeing Haiti, stop the
interdiction of Haitian boat people, bring Haitians rescued at sea to the
United States for temporary safe haven, and save those Haitians who flee
the violence, persecution, and anarchy of their homeland, as called for by
the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
(6) Take necessary action to assure that the United States government
provide sufficient funds to the states to defray the costs of providing
temporary haven in the United States to the Haitian refugees.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies of this memorial be
dispatched to the President of the United States, to the President of the
United States Senate, to the Speaker of the United States House of
Representatives, and to each member of the Florida delegation to the
United States Congress.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Logan, the rules
were waived and HM 49-D was read the second time by title and adopted.
Under the rule, the memorial was immediately certified to the Senate.

Special and Continuing Orders

HB 5-D-A bill to be entitled An act adjusting items appropriated by
Chapter 91-193 and Chapter 91-272, Laws of Florida, and other
appropriations for Fiscal Year 1991-92; suspending portions of Chapters
91-193 and 91-272, Laws of Florida, providing an effective date.
-was read the second time by title.
Representative Foley offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1 (Prefile Amendment 2)-In Section 01, page 31,
strike:



WHEREAS, the 1987 presidential election was canceled due to 971 Salaries and Benefits
widespread violence on the day of the election, and From General Revenue Fund



-190



WHEREAS, the Haitian people participated in a second internationally
supervised election on December 16, 1990, and elected President Jean-
Bertrand Aristide by almost 70 percent of the vote in an election that was
recognized by international observations as free, fair, and open, and
WHEREAS, elements of the military on September 30, 1991, launched
an armed attack against President Aristide and the people of Haiti, and
WHEREAS, President Aristide was forced to leave Haiti and a military
junta has seized power, and
WHEREAS, since President Aristide's departure, military forces loyal
to the junta have reportedly engaged in the widespread murder of Haitian
citizens, armed intimidation of the Haitian Legislature, and forced
expulsion of an Organization of American States delegation sent to Haiti
to help negotiate a peaceful solution to the conflict there, NOW,
THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the Congress of the United States is urged to:
(1) Strongly condemn the unconstitutional seizure of power by the
military junta in Haiti, its abridgment of civil and political rights for
Haitian citizens, and its blatant disregard for the Haitian Constitution and
international law.
(2) Support the Bush administration's refusal to recognize the coup led
by mutinous soldiers, its suspension of economic assistance to Haiti until
President Aristide's government has been restored, and its diplomatic
efforts to restore the legitimately elected government of President Aristide.
(3) Strongly support the Organization of American State's efforts to
negotiate an end to the military seizure of power and the murder and
mayhem that has followed.
(4) Urge the Attorney General to:
(a) Suspend all deportation and exclusion proceedings for Haitians in
the United States pending a resolution of the deep political and military
crisis in Haiti, as called for by the Inter-American Commission on Human
Rights; and



(and the proviso following Specific Appropriation 971)
On page 7,
strike:
349 Food Products
From General Revenue Fund
and insert:
349 Food Products
From General Revenue Fund



-300,000



-1,480,609



-1,780,609



Rep. Foley moved the adoption of the amendment. Without objection,
the amendment was withdrawn.
Representatives Hawkes and Harden offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2 (Prefile Amendment 3)-In Section 01, page 18,
strike:



509 Aid To Local Governments
Grants and Aids Florida Educational
Finance Program
From General Revenue Fund
and insert:
509 Aid To Local Governments
Grants and Aids Florida Educational
Finance Program
From General Revenue Fund
after line 1569,
1570 Salaries and Benefits
From Administrative Trust Fund
1571 Other Personal Services
From Administrative Trust Fund



1575



(189,064,354)



(178,297,219)



(39)



Special Categories
Instant Ticket Purchase
From Administrative Trust Fund



(1,226,383)

(240,752)


(1,600,000)



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Specific Appropriation No.

1576 Special Categories
Paid Advertising and Promotion
From Administrative Trust Fund
1577 Special Categories
Online Games Contract
From Administrative Trust Fund
1577A Special Categories
Transfer to General Revenue Fund
From Administrative Trust Fund



Positions Amount Specific Appropriation No.
$
In Section 2G,



Positions Amount
$



2064 Fixed Capital Outlay
(3,200,000) Aid Wtr Mgt Dst Land Acq
From Water Management Lands Trust
Fund



(25,000,000)



(4,500,000) Rep. Mackey moved the adoption of the amendment, which failed of
adoption.
Representatives Mitchell and Trammell offered the following
10,767,135 amendment:



Rep. Hawkes moved the adoption of the amendment. Without objection, Amendment 5 (Prefile Amendment 6)-In Section 01, page 30,
the amendment was withdrawn. strike:



Representative Hawkes offered the following amendment:
Amendment 3 (Prefile Amendment 4)-In Section 01, page 6,
strike:



345 Salaries and Benefits
From General Revenue Fund



-796



-22,239,603



On page 7,
347 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -10,947,925
On page 6,
and insert:
347 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -7,587,528
On page 1,
3A Lump Sum
Delete Vacant Non-Direct Service Positions
From General Revenue Fund -25,600,000
(Following Specific Appropriation 3A)
The appropriation reductions in Specific Appropriation 3A shall
be allocated based upon the distributions developed by the
Committee on Appropriations of the Florida Senate.
Rep. Hawkes moved the adoption of the amendment. Without objection,
the amendment was withdrawn.
Representatives Mackey, Smith, Mitchell, Harris, Bronson and Boyd
offered the following amendment:
Amendment 4 (Prefile Amendment 5)-In Section 01, page 18,
strike:



509 Aid To Local Governments
Grants and Aids Florida Educational
Finance Program
From General Revenue Fund
and insert:
509 Aid To Local Governments
Grants and Aids Florida Educational
Finance Program
From General Revenue Fund
637B Special Categories
Transfer to General Revenue Fund
From Water Management Lands Trust
Fund
1616A Special Categories
Transfer to General Revenue Fund
From Conservation/Rec Lands Trust Fund
In Section 2B,
1945 Fixed Capital Outlay
Land Acq, Envir/Uniq, STW
From Conservation/Rec Lands Trust Fund



919 Salaries and Benefits
From General Revenue Fund
920 Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund



921 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
and insert:
921 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
On page 48,
strike:
1636 Salaries and Benefits
From General Revenue Fund
1637 Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund
1638 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
and insert:
1636 Salaries and Benefits
From General Revenue Fund



-4



4



-37,811

-9,122

-38,104



-13,286



-27,237

9,122

24,818



-65,048



Rep. Saunders moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
Prefile Amendment 1 was withdrawn.
On motion by Reps. Bo Johnson and Lombard, the rules were waived by
two-thirds vote and HB 5-D, as amended, was read the third time by title.
On passage, the vote was:
Yeas-107



The Chair
Abrams
(189,064,354) Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
(139,064,354) Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
25,000,000 Burke
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
25,000,000 Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
(25,000,000) Deutsch



Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey



Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Mortham
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reaves
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Sanderson



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Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simone
Nays-2
Irvine



Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks



Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Trammell
Viscusi



Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



Simon



Section 13. The sum of $10 million in unclaimed prize money shall be
transferred from the Administrative Trust Fund of the Department of
Lottery to the General Revenue Fund. Notwithstanding any emergency
rule provision, funds resulting from unclaimed prize money shall not be
expended by the department for any purpose unless specifically
appropriated by the legislature. (renumber subsequent sections)
and the title is amended as follows:



Votes after roll call: strike on page 2, lines 13-16, and insert after line 12: and may be reduced
voluntarily; providing for a transfer of funds and notwithstanding
Yeas-De Grandy, Diaz-Balart, Garcia, Gutman, Ireland, Morse, Valdes e rny rl;
emergency rules;
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified to the Rep. Cosgrove moved the adoption of the amendment.
Senate after engrossment.



HB 7-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to implementing the
December 1991 Supplemental Appropriations Act; providing legislative
intent; repealing s. 5, ch. 91-193, Laws of Florida, relating to a proviso in
the 1991-1992 General Appropriations Act that calls for reducing a lump-
sum appropriation to the Public Medical Assistance Trust Fund to cover
any deficit and balance the 1991-1992 fiscal year budget; eliminating funds
to implement Medicaid coverage for certain pregnant women and children;
eliminating funds to continue Medicaid eligibility for certain elderly or
disabled persons; eliminating funding for Medicaid reimbursement of
certain inpatient hospital services and authorizing the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services to use county Medicaid contributions
to fund the state's share of other hospital services; reducing funding for
Medicaid physician fees and authorizing the department to amend the
Medicaid maximum allowable fee schedule plan to conform; providing for
revision of the Florida Title XIX Long-Term Care Reimbursement Plan
(Medicaid) to reduce reimbursement to nursing home providers;
continuing the Florida Addictions Treatment Center at Avon Park in
Highlands County as a treatment, training, and research center operated
by the department, contingent on specific appropriations; relieving the
department of the responsibility to perform preliminary home studies
relating to independent adoptions; authorizing the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court to approve changes in the original approved budget and
schedule of releases for certain judiciary budgets; repealing a proviso of the
1991-1992 General Appropriations Act that authorizes a pilot program for
the sale of lottery tickets in one of the official Florida Welcome Stations;
providing that the annual salary calculation of county constitutional
officers is not mandatory and may be reduced voluntarily; reducing the
required minimum cash balance of the State Transportation Trust Fund
and transferring the difference to the General Revenue Fund; requiring the
Comptroller to transfer to the General Revenue Fund those funds
appropriated for transfer in the December 1991 Supplemental
Appropriations Act; transferring the dog fly and mosquito control
programs and the John A. Mulrennan, Sr., Arthropod Research Laboratory
from the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; authorizing school
districts to shift from certain categorical programs a specified percentage
of general revenue funds appropriated for those programs, to be spent with
funds appropriated for the Florida Educational Finance Program without
audit criticism or the need to replace such funds in subsequent fiscal years;
providing an effective date and an expiration date.
-was read the second time by title.
Representatives Bo Johnson, Silver, Albright, Mackey, Peeples, Figg,
Saunders, Mackenzie, Healey, Bronson, Starks and Muscarella offered the
following amendment:



Point of Order
Rep. Silver raised a point of order that the amendment did not comply
with Rule 11.13.
Rep. Bo Johnson, Chairman of the Committee on Rules & Calendar,
advised the Speaker that he believed the amendment out of order because
the line item appropriation of the amendment was not equivalent to the
line item appropriation required by the bill.
The Speaker concurred in the recommendation of the Chairman of the
Committee on Rules & Calendar and ruled the point well taken and the
amendment out of order.
Representatives Ritchie, Albright, Garcia, King and Lombard offered
the following amendment:
Amendment 3 (Prefile Amendment 3)-On page 6, line 29, insert
a new Section 17:
Section 17. Effective for the period December 16, 1991 through June
30, 1992, notwithstanding any laws to the contrary, any vacant position
shall only be filled if it is vital to accomplishing the mission of the
organization or would cause the loss of federal funding for the position
or the program. Only the agency head, or the Chief Justice in the case of
the Judicial Branch and not his designee, has the authority to determine
which positions are vital and if those positions are to be filled. Agency
heads, or the Chief Justice may fill any vacant position by transfer of
existing full time employees from within the same organization. Vacant
positions cannot be supplemented by the hiring of OPS employees or
consultants. For purposes of this section, agency head shall mean:
Governor, Cabinet Member, Agency Secretary, Executive Director, the
Chancellor of the State University System, and the Director of the
Division of Community Colleges.
By the fourth working day following each month, the agency head and
Chief Justice shall submit a report to the President of the Senate, The
Speaker of the House, The Republican Leader of the Senate, and the
Republican Leader of the House, detailing the number of vacant positions
during the month and those positions that have been filled or approval
has been given to fill such positions. Also, included in this report shall be
a detailed description of any position filled or authorized to be filled, a
detailed explanation as to the reason such position is consider vital, what
federal funding would be lost if such position were not filled, the salary
authorized in filling such position and the savings accruing to the
organization from maintaining vacant positions. Any savings produced
by this section, shall be transferred by the Comptroller to the Working
Capital Fund. (renumber subsequent sections)
and the title is amended as follows:



Amendment 1 (Prefile Amendment 1)-On page 5, lines 15-31, and On page 3, line 1, insert after years; freezing vacant positions for the
on page 6, lines 1-3, strike all of said lines (renumber subsequent sections) period December 16, 1991 through June 30, 1992;



and the title is amended as follows:



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



strike on page 2, lines 13-16, and insert on page 2, line 13: and may be On motion by Reps. Bo Johnson and Lombard, the rules were waived by
reduced voluntarily; two-thirds vote and HB 7-D, as amended, was read the third time by title.
On passage, the vote was:
Rep. Bo Johnson moved the adoption of the amendment, which wasYeas-
adopted.



Representative Cosgrove offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2 (Prefile Amendment 2)-On page 5, lines 15-31, and
on page 6, lines 1-3, strike all of said lines and insert a new section 13:



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall



Arnold
Ascherl
Banjanin
Bloom



Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown



Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark



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December 11, 1991

Clemons Harden
Corr Hargrett
Cosgrove Harris
Crady Hawkes
De Grandy Hawkins
Deutsch Healey
Diaz-Balart Hill
Feeney Hoffmann
Figg Holland
Flagg Huenink
Foley Ireland
Frankel Jamerson
Friedman Jennings
Garcia Johnson, Bo
Geller Johnson, Buddy
Glickman Jones, C. F.
Goode Jones, Daryl
Graber Jones, Dennis
Graham Kelly
Grindle King
Guber Langton
Gutman Laurent
Hafner Lawson
Hanson Lewis
Nays-1
Irvine
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Mims



Liberti
Lippman
Lombard
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
McEwan
Mishkin
Mitchell
Morse
Mortham
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reaves
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rojas
Rudd



So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified to the
Senate after engrossment.

HB 23-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to jurors; amending s.
7, ch. 91-235, Laws of Florida; changing the effective date of specified
provisions in ch. 91-235, Laws of Florida, which relate to creation of jury
lists and eligibility for jury duty; providing an effective date.
-was read the second time by title. On motion by Rep. Hill, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the third time by title.
On passage, the vote was:
Yeas-107



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Nays-6



Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy



Frankel Laurent
Healey Mackey



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



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



Sansom



13



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



The Chair
Abrams
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Deutsch
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Nays-5
De Grandy
Diaz-Balart



Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl



Garcia



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



Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Trammell
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Young



Sanderson Valdes



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

HB 35-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public records;
amending s. 119.011, F.S.; revising the definition of "agency" for purposes
of ch. 119, F.S., relating to public records; reenacting s. 119.012, F.S.,
relating to records made public as the result of receipt of public funds from
an agency for dues or membership contributions, s. 119.083(1)(a), F.S.,
relating to copyright of data processing software created by government
agencies, and s. 281.301, F.S., relating to confidentiality of security
information in possession of an agency, to incorporate the amendment to
s. 119.011, F.S., in references thereto; providing an effective date.
-was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Governmental Operations offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 28, after the word "or" insert:
constitutional



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

By the Committee on Judiciary; Representatives Silver, Hafner, Arnold,
Rush, Graber, Sansom, Young, Dennis Jones, King, Mortham, Simone,
Holland, Lombard, Hanson, Wallace, Muscarella, Abrams and Roberts-
CS/HB 37-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to community
associations; amending ss. 718.104, 718.110, 718.111, and 718.116, F.S., and
amending section 28 of chapter 91-103, Laws of Florida; delaying until
April 1, 1992, the effect of certain amendments to the condominium and
cooperative laws; providing for applicability; providing direction to the
Division of Florida Land Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile Homes;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Silver, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:
Yeas-105



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Rep. Figg moved the adoption of the amendment, which was adopted.
On motion by Rep. Figg, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote and
HB 35-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:
Yeas-114



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
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, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reaves
Reddick



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



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

HB 19-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to discretionary sales
surtaxes; amending s. 212.055, F.S.; revising provisions which authorize
certain counties to levy an indigent care surtax, which provide conditions
under which a county as defined in s. 125.011(1), F.S., may levy a surtax
for a county public general hospital, and which provide a limitation on such
levies; providing legislative intent; providing for future repeal; providing
an effective date.
-was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Finance & Taxation offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 2, line 1, through page 6, line 21, strike all of
said lines and insert: (a) The governing body in each county the
government of which is not consolidated with that of one or more
municipalities, which has a population of at least 800,000 residents, may
levy, pursuant to an ordinance either approved by an extraordinary vote
of the governing body or conditioned to take effect only upon approval by
a majority vote of the electors of the county voting in a referendum, a
discretionary sales surtax at a rate that may not exceed 0.5 percent. Except
as provided in paragraph (g), any county that levies the surtax authorized
by this subsection shall continue to expend county funds for the medically
poor and related health services in an amount equal to the amount that it
expended for the medically poor and related health services in the fiscal
year preceding the adoption of the authorizing ordinance.
(b) If the ordinance is conditioned on a referendum, a statement that
includes a brief and general description of the purposes to be funded by
the surtax and that conforms to the requirements of s. 101.161 shall be
placed on the ballot by the governing body of the county. The following
questions shall be placed on the ballot:



FOR THE. .. .CENTS TAX
AGAINST THE. .. .CENTS TAX
(c) Notwithstanding s. 212.054(5), the sales surtax may take effect on
the first day of any month, as fixed by the ordinance adopted pursuant to
paragraph (a), but may not take effect until at least 60 days after the date
of adoption of the ordinance adopted pursuant to paragraph (a) or, if the
surtax is made subject to a referendum, at least 60 days after the date of
approval by the electors of the ordinance adopted pursuant to paragraph
(a).
(d) Except as provided in paragraph (g), the ordinance adopted by the
governing body providing for the imposition of the surtax shall set forth
a plan for providing health care services to qualified residents, as defined
in paragraph (e), or a plan -for expnding th e urtax proccd. .under
paragraph (g), if appliablr Such plan and subsequent amendments to it
shall fund a broad range of health care services for both indigent persons
and the medically poor, including, but not limited to, primary care and
preventive care as well as hospital care. It shall emphasize a continuity of
care in the most cost-effective setting, taking into consideration both a high
quality of care and geographic access. Where consistent with these
objectives, it shall include, without limitation, services rendered by
physicians, clinics, community hospitals, mental health centers, and
alternative delivery sites, as well as at least one regional referral hospital
where appropriate. It shall provide that agreements negotiated between
the county and providers will include reimbursement methodologies that
take into account the cost of services rendered to eligible patients,
recognize hospitals that render a disproportionate share of indigent care,
provide other incentives to promote the delivery of charity care, and
require cost containment including, but not limited to, case management.
It must also provide that any hospitals that are owned and operated by
government entities on May 21, 1991, must, as a condition of receiving
funds under this subsection, afford public access equal to that provided
under s. 286.011 as to meetings of the governing board, the subject of which
is budgeting resources for the rendition of charity care as that term is
defined in the rules of the Health Care Cost Containment Board. The plan
shall also include innovative health care programs that provide cost-
effective alternatives to traditional methods of service delivery and
funding.
(e) For the purpose of this subsection, the term "qualified resident"
means residents of the authorizing county who are:
1. Qualified as indigent persons as certified by the authorizing county;
2. Certified by the authorizing county as meeting the definition of the
medically poor, defined as persons having insufficient income, resources,
and assets to provide the needed medical care without using resources
required to meet basic needs for shelter, food, clothing, and personal
expenses; or not being eligible for any other state or federal program, or
having medical needs that are not covered by any such program; or having,
insufficient third-party insurance coverage. In all cases, the authorizing
county is intended to serve as the payer of last resort; or
3. Participating in innovative, cost-effective programs approved by the
authorizing county.
(f) Except as provided in paragraph (g), moneys collected pursuant to
this subsection remain the property of the state and shall be distributed
by the Department of Revenue on a regular and periodic basis to the clerk
of the circuit court as ex officio custodian of the funds of the authorizing
county. The clerk of the circuit court shall:
1. Maintain the moneys in an indigent health care trust fund;
2. Invest any funds held on deposit in the trust fund pursuant to
general law; and
3. Disburse the funds, including any interest earned, to any provider
of health care services, as provided in paragraphs (d) and (e), upon
directive from the authorizing county.
(g) Any county as defined in s. 125.011(1) may levy the surtax
authorized in this subsection only as provided in this paragraph by
referendum or extraordinary vote of the county commission. In a county
as defined in s. 125.011(1), for the purposes of this subsection, "county
public general hospital" means a general hospital as defined in s. 395.002



which is owned, operated, maintained, or governed by the county or its
agency, authority, or public health trust.



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1. The rate shall be 0.5 percent.
2. The proposal to adopt the discretionary health care surtax shall be
placed on the ballot in accordance with law at a time to be set at the
discretion of the governing body. The referendum question on the ballot
shall include a brief general description of the health care services to be
funded by the surtax.
3. Proceeds from the surtax shall be:
a. Deposited by the county in a special fund, set aside from other
county funds, to be used only for the operation, maintenance, and
administration of the county public general hospital; and
b. Remitted promptly by the county to the agency, authority, or public
health trust created by law which administers or operates the county public
general hospital.
4. The county shall continue to contribute each year at least 80 percent
of that percentage of the total county budget appropriated for the
operation, administration, and maintenance of the county public general
hospital from the county's general revenues in the fiscal year of the county
ending September 30, 1991.
(h) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, a county may
not levy local option sales surtaxes authorized in this subsection and
subsection (2) in excess of a combined rate of 1 percent.
(i) This subsection is repealed on October 1, 1998.
Section 2. It is the intent of the Legislature that this act is merely a
clarification of existing law as passed in the 1991 regular session of the
Legislature. Any ordinance proposing an indigent care surtax pursuant
to section 212.055(3), Florida Statutes, which was submitted to the
electorate and approved by vote of the electors or which was approved by
an extraordinary vote of the governing board, is hereby ratified.
and the title is amended as follows:
On page 1, lines 5-11, strike all of said lines and insert: levy an indigent
care surtax; providing for future repeal; providing legislative intent;
ratifying certain existing ordinances levying the indigent health care
surtax; providing an effective date.
Rep. Abrams moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
Under Rule 8.19, the bill was referred to the Engrossing Clerk.

HB 25-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to insurance retaliatory
tax; reenacting s. 624.5091, F.S., relating to the retaliatory provision with
respect to insurers; providing for retroactive effect; providing an effective
date.
-was read the second time by title. On motion by Rep. Abrams, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the third time by title.
On passage, the vote was:
Yeas-110



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove



Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden



Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Mortham
Muscarella
Ostrau



Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rojas



Rudd
Rush
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Simon
Simone



Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen



Trammell
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



Nays-None
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

By the Committees on Appropriations; Employee & Management
Relations; Representatives Hargrett and Brown-
CS/CS/HB 33-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state
employees; amending s. 110.109, F.S.; revising provisions relating to
productivity improvement and personnel audits of the executive branch
agencies; creating s. 110.1099, F.S.; providing for education and training
opportunities for state employees; amending s. 110.112, F.S.; providing for
the primary responsibilities of the affirmative action-equal employment
opportunity officer; revising dates with respect to the plan; amending s.
110.107, F.S.; defining the term "furlough"; creating s. 110.1225, F.S.;
providing for furloughs; amending s. 110.123, F.S.; revising provisions with
respect to the state group insurance program to provide for the payment
of premiums for employees granted certain leaves of absence; amending s.
110.201, F.S.; revising provisions relating to personnel rules, records, and
reports; amending s. 110.203, F.S.; providing definitions; amending s.
110.205, F.S.; revising provisions relating to exemptions from the Career
Service System; transferring certain responsibilities from the department
to employing agencies; amending s. 110.207, F.S.; revising provisions
relating to the classification plan; amending s. 110.209, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to the pay plan; amending s. 110.211, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to recruitment; amending s. 110.213, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to selection; amending s. 110.217, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to appointments and promotion; amending s. 110.219,
F.S.; providing for cooperation and consultation with the agencies with
respect to rules governing attendance and leave; amending s. 110.221, F.S.;
providing for parental or family medical leave; amending s. 110.227, F.S.;
revising provisions relating to suspensions, dismissals, reductions in pay,
demotions, layoffs, furloughs, and transfers; providing legislative intent;
providing for training; requiring all agencies to report to the Department
of Administration with respect to training programs; providing for
evaluations; amending s. 447.207, F.S.; prescribing the powers and duties
of the Public Employees Relations Commission with respect to appeals by
permanent employees in the Career Service System; repealing s. 1 of ch.
91-164, Laws of Florida; abrogating the repeal of part II of chapter 110,
F.S.; providing legislative intent; providing for rules; providing for
implementation of act to be collectively bargained; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Hargrett, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title.
Representative Lombard offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 26, line 17, insert a new Section 23:
Section 23. Notwithstanding anm laws to the contrary, any vacant
position shall only be filled if it is cital to accomplishing the mission of
the organization or would cause the toss of federal funding for the position
or the program. Only the agency head, or the Chief Justice in the case of
the Judicial Branch and not his designee, has the authority to determine
which positions are vital and if those positions are to be filled. Agency
heads, or the Chief Justice may fill any vacant position by transfer of
existing full time employees from within the same organization. Vacant
positions cannot be supplemented by the hiring of OPS employees or
consultants. For purposes of this section, agency head shall mean:
Governor, Cabinet Member, Agency Secretary, Executive Director, the
Chancellor of the State University System, and the Director of the
Division of Community Colleges.
By the fourth working day following each month, the agency head and
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Speaker of the House, The Republican Leader of the Senate, and the
Republican Leader of the House, detailing the number of vacant positions
during the month and those positions that have been filled or approval
has been given to fill such positions. Also, included in this report shall be
a detailed description of any position filled or authorized to be filled, a
detailed explanation as to the reason such position is consider vital, what
federal funding would be lost if such position were not filled, the salary
authorized in filling such position and the savings accruing to the
organization from maintaining vacant positions. Any savings produced
by this section, shall be transferred by the Comptroller to the Working
Capital Fund. (renumber subsequent sections)
and the title is amended as follows:
On page 2, line 25, insert after semicolon: providing hiring procedures;
Rep. Lombard moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
Representative Harden offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 25, lines 17-26, strike all of said lines and
insert: Career Service System. Such rules shall not become effective until
they have been submitted and reviewed by the Legislature. In its review
the Legislature may reject, modify, or approve the rules. The department
shall conform the rules to the changes made by the Legislature or if the
Legislature approves the rules they shall become effective 15 days after
the end of the legislative session. Additionally, the department
Rep. Harden moved the adoption of the amendment, which failed of
adoption.
On motion by Rep. Hargrett, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote
and CS/CS/HB 33-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On
passage, the vote was:
Yeas-78



Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Gordon
Graber
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hargrett
Healey
Hill
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Jamerson
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy


Graham
Hanson
Harden
Hawkes
Hawkins
Hoffmann
Irvine
Jennings
Jones, Dennis



Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl
Kelly
Langton
Laurent
Lawson
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Lombard
Long
Mackenzie
Martinez
Mims
Mishkin
Mitchell
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples


King
McEwan
Mortham
Pruitt
Rudd
Sanderson
Sansom
Simone
Sindler



Press
Rayson
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rojas
Rush
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Smith, K.
Stafford
Stone
Tobiassen
Valdes
Wallace
Young




Smith, C.
Starks
Thomas
Trammell
Viscusi
Webster
Wise



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Mackey, Reaves
Nays-Grindle
Yeas to Nays-Garcia, Valdes
Nays to Yeas-Pruitt



By the Committee on Regulated Industries; Representatives Kelly,
Hawkes, Mishkin and Viscusi-
CS/HB 21-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to gambling;
amending ss. 849.093, 718.114, 849.09, 849.094, F.S., and repealing s.
723.079(8), F.S., and s. 6, ch. 91-206, Laws of Florida, in order to restore,
with a certain exception, laws regulating the conduct of bingo to the way
they would appear if ch. 91-206, Laws of Florida, had not become operative;
correcting a reference; providing conditions for the conduct of bingo by
condominium associations, mobile home owners' associations, or groups of
residents of mobile home parks; removing an appropriation; amending ss.
849.093, 718.114, 723.079, 849.09, 849.094, F.S., to incorporate, with
modifications, the bingo revisions that were included in ch. 91-206, Laws
of Florida, into the law as of October 1, 1992, which revisions pertain to
such matters as legislative intent, definitions, powers and duties of the
Division of Pari-mutuel Wagering, conduct of bingo by authorized
organizations, requirements and conditions for the conduct of bingo,
licensing of authorized organizations and distributors of bingo equipment
and supplies, fees, limitations on prizes, records and reports of licensees,
prohibited activities in connection with bingo, revocation or denial of
licenses, administrative fines, criminal penalties, injunctive relief, deposit
of moneys collected, preemption of bingo regulation to the state with
certain exceptions, conduct of bingo by condominium associations, mobile
home owners' associations, and groups of residents of mobile home parks,
and application of lottery prohibitions and game promotion regulations to
bingo or guest games; providing effective dates.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Kelly, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title.
Representative Kelly offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 35, line 14, strike "Effective October 1, 1992,"
Rep. Ostrau moved the adoption of the amendment, which was adopted.
On motion by Rep. Kelly, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote and
CS/HB 21-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:
Yeas-115



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Nays-None



Friedman
Garcia
Geller
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, Bo



Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl
Jones, Dennis
Kelly
King
Langton
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
Rudd
Rush
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified to the So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified to the
Senate after engrossment. Senate after engrossment.



The Chair
Abrams
Arnold
Ascherl
Bloom
Brennan
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Nays-34
Albright
Arnall
Bainter
Banjanin
Boyd
Bronson
Clemons
Feeney
Goode



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On motion by Rep. Kelly, the board was opened and the following
Members were recorded as co-sponsors of the bill, along with Reps. Kelly,
Hawkes, Mishkin and Viscusi: Reps. Abrams, Albright, Arnall, Arnold,
Ascherl, Bainter, Banjanin, Bloom, Bronson, Brown, Chestnut, Chinoy,
Clark, Clemons, Corr, Cosgrove, Crady, Deutsch, Feeney, Figg, Flagg,
Foley, Friedman, Garcia, Geller, Glickman, Goode, Gordon, Graber,
Graham, Grindle, Guber, Gutman, Hafner, Harden, Harris, Hawkins,
Hoffmann, Holland, Holzendorf, Huenink, Ireland, Jennings, Bo Johnson,
Buddy Johnson, C. F. Jones, Daryl Jones, Dennis Jones, King, Langton,
Laurent, Lawson, Lewis, Liberti, Lippman, Logan, Mackenzie, Martinez,
McEwan, Mims, Mitchell, Morse, Mortham, Muscarella, Ostrau, Peeples,
Press, Pruitt, Rayson, Reaves, Reddick, Ritchie, Roberts, Rudd, Rush,
Sanderson, Sansom, Sembler, Silver, Simone, Sindler, C. Smith, K. Smith,
Stafford, Stone, Thomas, Tobiassen, Trammell, Wallace, Wetherell, Wise
and Young.

HB 51-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to governmental
"accountability and reorganization; amending s. 11.143, F.S.; requiring
standing legislative committees to review agency functional plans and to
hold public hearings concerning the findings of performance audits
conducted by the Auditor General; amending s. 11.45, F.S.; requiring the
Auditor General, in auditing a program, to identify and comment upon
alternatives; requiring the Auditor General to evaluate agency
performance and performance measures included in agency functional
plans; requiring local governments to pay for requested audits by the
Auditor General; requiring additional reports; amending s. 11.60, F.S.;
requiring the Administrative Procedures Committee to consult with
legislative standing committees regarding agency rulemaking; amending s.
186.021, F.S.; requiring state agency functional plans to include
performance measures; deleting an obsolete provision; amending s.
186.022, F.S.; specifying that state agency plans must include program
performance measures; requiring the Legislature to examine specified
functions of the executive branch of state government; providing effective
dates.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Figg, the rules were
waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by title.
Representative Bo Johnson offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 21, between lines 25 and 26, insert:
Section 7. (1) The Governor shall direct any agency, the head of
which is an officer or board appointed by and serving at the pleasure of
the Governor, to enter into an interagency agreement that will eliminate
duplication of inspections among the agencies that inspect the same type
of facility or fixture. The agreement shall:
(a) Authorize agents of one agency to conduct inspections required to
be performed by another agency.
(b) Specify that agents of the agency conducting the inspection have
all powers relative to the inspection as the agents of the agency on whose
behalf the inspection is being conducted.
(c) Require that agents of the agency conducting the inspection have
sufficient knowledge of statutory and administrative inspection
requirements to conduct a proper inspection.
Before taking effect, an agreement entered into under this section must
be approved by the Governor. Inspections conducted pursuant to such an
agreement shall be deemed to be sufficient for enforcement purposes as
provided by law.
(2) No later than 60 days prior to the beginning of the regular session,
the Governor shall make an annual report to the President of the Senate
and the Speaker of the House regarding the interagency agreements. The
report shall identify each interagency agreement entered into under this
section, and, for each agreement, shall describe the duplication
eliminated, provide data that measures the effectiveness of the
inspections conducted under the interagency agreement, and estimate
the cost savings that have resulted from the agreement. The report shall
also describe obstacles encountered by any agency in attempting to
develop an interagency agreement and in performing duties resulting



from an interagency agreement and shall recommend appropriate
remedial legislative action.



(3) This section shall take effect upon becoming a law.
and the title is amended as follows:
On page 1, line 27, insert before "providing": requiring the Governor to
direct certain agencies under his authority to enter into interagency
agreements that will eliminate duplication of inspections by those agencies;
providing requirements for such agreements; providing for authority of
agents conducting such inspections; providing for the sufficiency of
inspections performed pursuant to an interagency agreement; providing
for reports;
Rep. Bo Johnson moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
Without objection, further consideration of HB 51-D was temporarily
deferred.

By the Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services; Representatives
Frankel and Bloom-
CS/HB 43-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department
of Health and Rehabilitative Services; providing findings; providing intent
to restructure the delivery of health and human services; repealing s.
20.19(8), F.S., relating to the district advisory councils; providing effective
dates.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Frankel, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:
Yeas-112



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Nays-3
Grindle



Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo



Hawkins



Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl
Jones, Dennis
Kelly
King
Langton
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
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



Silver



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Laurent
Nays to Yeas-Silver
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.
On motion by Rep. Abrams, the House returned to consideration of-

HB 19-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to discretionary sales
surtaxes; amending s. 212.055, F.S.; revising provisions which authorize
certain counties to levy an indigent care surtax, which provide conditions
under which a county as defined in s. 125.011(1), F.S., may levy a surtax
for a county public general hospital, and which provide a limitation on such
levies; providing legislative intent; providing for future repeal; providing
an effective date.



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On motion by Reps. Abrams and Gutman, the rules were waived by two-
thirds vote and HB 19-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On
passage, the vote was:
Yeas-113



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Nays-None



Garcia
Geller
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, Bo
Johnson, Buddy



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
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Valdes
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified to the
Senate after engrossment.
On motion by Rep. Figg, the House returned to consideration of-

HB 51-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to governmental
accountability and reorganization; amending s. 11.143, F.S.; requiring
standing legislative committees to review agency functional plans and to
hold public hearings concerning the findings of performance audits
conducted by the Auditor General; amending s. 11.45, F.S.; requiring the
Auditor General, in auditing a program, to identify and comment upon
alternatives; requiring the Auditor General to evaluate agency
performance and performance measures included in agency functional
plans; requiring local governments to pay for requested audits by the
Auditor General; requiring additional reports; amending s. 11.60, F.S.;
requiring the Administrative Procedures Committee to consult with
legislative standing committees regarding agency rulemaking; amending s.
186.021, F.S.; requiring state agency functional plans to include
performance measures; deleting an obsolete provision; amending s.
186.022, F.S.; specifying that state agency plans must include program
performance measures; requiring the Legislature to examine specified
functions of the executive branch of state government; providing effective
dates.
On motion by Rep. Figg, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote and
HB 51-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:
Yeas-116



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl



Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson



Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons



Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart



Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey



Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Huenink
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



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

Recessed
The House stood in informal recess at 4:24 p.m. to reconvene upon the
call of the Speaker.

Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 5:16 p.m.
A quorum was present.
On motion by Rep. Bo Johnson, the rules were waived and the House
reverted to the order of-

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
passed, as amended, SB 16-D and requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By the Committee on Appropriations-
SB 16-D-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations; amending
appropriations in the 1991-92 General Appropriations Act; providing
moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1991 and ending June 30,
1992, to pay salaries, and other expenses, capital outlay buildings, and
other improvements, and for other specified purposes of the various
agencies of state government; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Saunders, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title.
Rep. Saunders offered an amendment striking everything after the
enacting clause, inserting the text of HB 5-D, and an amendment striking
everything before the enacting clause. Under Rule 11.7, the amendments
were not printed in the Journal.
Rep. Saunders moved the adoption of the amendments, which were
adopted.
On further motion by Rep. Saunders, the rules were waived by two-
thirds vote and SB 16-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On
passage, the vote was:



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Yeas-110
The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Nays-2



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



Jones, Daryl
Jones, Dennis
Kelly
King
Langton
Laurent
Lawson
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
Sanderson
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Young



Irvine Simon
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gutman
So the bill passed, as amended. On motion by Rep. Saunders, the House
requested the Senate to concur, or failing to concur, requested the Senate
to appoint a committee of conference to meet with a like committee
appointed by the House. Under Rule 10.13, the bill was immediately
certified to the Senate.
Thereupon, in anticipation of the Senate action, the Speaker appointed
the following Members as managers on the part of the House on SB 16-D
to serve with Rep. Saunders, Chair, and Rep. Ritchie, Vice Chair: Health
& Rehabilitative Services-Reps. Gordon (Chair), Hafner, Brown,
Sanderson and Gutman; Criminal Justice-Reps. Clark (Chair), Ascherl,
Liberti, Ireland and Valdes; General Government-Reps. Mitchell (Chair),
Flagg, Holzendorf, Rudd, Hawkins and Morse; Transportation &
Economic Development-Reps. Silver (Chair), Healey, Stone, Albright
and Rojas; Education-Reps. Long (Chair), Lawson, Friedman, Garcia and
King.

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
passed, as amended, SB 18-D and requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By the Committee on Appropriations-
SB 18-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to implementing the
appropriations acts for fiscal year 1991-1992; eliminating funding for
Medicaid coverage for certain pregnant women and children under age 1,
for certain hospital inpatient services, and for increased obstetrical fees;
directing the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to use
county contributions to fund the state's share of other hospital-related
services; reducing funding for Medicaid physician fees; requiring the
department to amend the allowable fee schedule to implement the
mandatory reserve reduction; providing for reduction of reimbursement to
nursing home providers; eliminating the department's responsibility to
perform preliminary home studies in independent adoptions; prescribing
the duties of the Comptroller and the powers of the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court with respect to the budget for the judicial branch;



authorizing transfer of moneys from the lottery Administrative Trust Fund
to the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund; providing for transfer of
moneys from certain trust funds to general revenue; reducing moneys for
state employee pay raises and postponing the effective date of the raises;
providing an effective date and an expiration date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Saunders, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title.
Representative Saunders offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-Strike everything after the enacting clause and insert:
Section 1. It is the intent of the Legislature that the implementing
and administering provisions of this act apply to the December 1991
Supplemental Appropriations Act.
Section 2. Section 5 of Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby
repealed.
Section 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 409.903(5), Florida
Statutes, as created by Section 32 of Chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida,
funds to implement Medicaid coverage for pregnant women and children
under age 1 in families with incomes greater than 150 percent but equal
to or less than 185 percent of the most current federal poverty level are
eliminated and not effective on January 1, 1992.
Section 4. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 409.903(8), Florida
Statutes, as created by Section 32 of Chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida,
funds to continue Medicaid eligibility for elderly or disabled persons with
incomes greater than 90 percent but equal to or less than 100 percent of
the most current federal poverty level are eliminated.
Section 5. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 409.905(5), Florida
Statutes, as created by Section 34 of Chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida,
funding for Medicaid reimbursement of inpatient hospital services in
excess of 45 days is eliminated and the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services is authorized to use county contributions for
Medicaid to fund the state's share of other hospital services.
Section 6. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 409.908(12)(a),
Florida Statutes, as created by Section 37 of Chapter 91-282, Laws of
Florida, funding for Medicaid physician fees is reduced and the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services is directed to amend
the Medicaid maximum allowable fee schedule plan to reflect the
reduction.
Section 7. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 409.908(2)(b), Florida
Statutes, as created by Section 37 of Chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, the
Florida Title XIX Long-Term Care Reimbursement Plan (Medicaid)
shall be amended to reduce reimbursement to nursing home providers
consistent with the mandatory reserve reductions.
Section 8. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 396.052(1) (d), Florida
Statutes, or any other provision of law to the contrary, the Florida
Addictions Treatment Center at Avon Park in Highlands County shall
continue as a treatment, training, and research center operated by the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, contingent on specific
appropriations for such purposes being made by the Legislature.
Section 9. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 63.092(2), Florida
Statutes, the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services shall not
be required to perform preliminary home studies in any situation of
independent adoptions.
Section 10. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the
contrary, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall have the authority
to approve changes in the original approved budget and schedule of
releases to the extent specified in s. 216.292(2), Florida Statutes, for
budgets of the Supreme Court, the Justice Data Center, the district courts
of appeal, the circuit courts, the county courts, judicial-administered
funds, the capital collateral representative, and the Judicial
Qualifications Commission.
Section 11. The proviso following Specific Appropriation 239 of
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, which authorizes a pilot program for the



sale of lottery tickets in one of the official Florida Welcome Stations, is
hereby repealed.



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Section 12. Notwithstanding the provisions of Chapters 145 and 230,
Florida Statutes, to the contrary, the annual salary calculation of all
county constitutional officers shall not be mandatory and may be reduced
on a voluntary basis.
Section 13. The Comptroller shall transfer from the Working Capital
Fund, the State Transportation Trust Fund, and other trust funds to the
General Revenue Fund those funds appropriated for transfer in the
December 1991 Supplemental Appropriations Act.
Section 14. The dog fly program, the mosquito control program, and
the John A. Mulrennan, Sr., Arthropod Research Laboratory are hereby
transferred from the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
by a type four transfer, as defined in s. 20.06(4), Florida Statutes, to the
Division of Inspection of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services.
Section 15. Notwithstanding the provisions of Chapters 236 and 237,
Florida Statutes, general revenue provided to the categorical programs in
Specific Appropriations 510A, 511A, and 513 of Chapter 91-193, Laws of
Florida, may be shifted by the school districts from each of those
categorical programs, in up to the same percentage each that general
revenue is reduced in Specific Appropriation 509 of Chapter 91-193, Laws
of Florida, by House Bill 5-D at the December 1991 Special Session of the
Legislature, to be spent with funds provided by Specific Appropriation
509 of Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, for the Florida Educational
Finance Program without audit criticism or the need to replace such
funds in subsequent fiscal years.
Section 16. Effective for the period December 16, 1991, through June
30, 1992, notwithstanding any laws to the contrary, any vacant position
shall only be filled if it is vital to accomplishing the mission of the
organization or would cause the loss of federal funding for the position
or the program. Only the agency head, or the Chief Justice in the case of
the Judicial Branch and not his designee, has the authority to determine
which positions are vital and if those positions are to be filled. Agency
heads or the Chief Justice may fill any vacant position by transfer of
existing full-time employees from within the same organization. Vacant
positions cannot be supplemented by the hiring of OPS employees or
consultants. For purposes of this section, agency head shall mean:
Governor, Cabinet Member, Agency Secretary, Executive Director, the
Chancellor of the State University System, and the Director of the
Division of Community Colleges. By the fourth working day following
each month, the agency head and Chief Justice shall submit a report to
the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House, the Republican
Leader of the Senate, and the Republican Leader of the House, detailing
the number of vacant positions during the month and those positions that
have been filled or approval has been given to fill such positions. Also,
included in this report shall be a detailed description of any position
filled or authorized to be filled, a detailed explanation as to the reason
such position is considered vital, what federal funding would be lost if
such position were not filled, the salary authorized in filling such
position, and the savings accruing to the organization from maintaining
vacant positions. Any savings produced by this section shall be
transferred by the Comptroller to the Working Capital Fund.
Section 17. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law and shall
expire and be void and inoperative on July 1, 1992.
and the title is amended as follows:
strike the entire title and insert: A bill to be entitled An act relating to
implementing the December 1991 Supplemental Appropriations Act;
providing legislative intent; repealing s. 5, ch. 91-193, Laws of Florida,
relating to a proviso in the 1991-1992 General Appropriations Act that calls
for reducing a lump-sum appropriation to the Public Medical Assistance
Trust Fund to cover any deficit and balance the 1991-1992 fiscal year
budget; eliminating funds to implement Medicaid coverage for certain
pregnant women and children; eliminating funds to continue Medicaid
eligibility for certain elderly or disabled persons; eliminating funding for
Medicaid reimbursement of certain inpatient hospital services and
authorizing the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to use
county Medicaid contributions to fund the state's share of other hospital
services; reducing funding for Medicaid physician fees and authorizing the



department to amend the Medicaid maximum allowable fee schedule plan
to conform; providing for revision of the Florida Title XIX Long-Term



Care Reimbursement Plan (Medicaid) to reduce reimbursement to nursing
home providers; continuing the Florida Addictions Treatment Center at
Avon Park in Highlands County as a treatment, training, and research
center operated by the department, contingent on specific appropriations;
relieving the department of the responsibility to perform preliminary home
studies relating to independent adoptions; authorizing the Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court to approve changes in the original approved budget and
schedule of releases for certain judiciary budgets; repealing a proviso of the
1991-1992 General Appropriations Act that authorizes a pilot program for
the sale of lottery tickets in one of the official Florida Welcome Stations;
providing that the annual salary calculation of county constitutional
officers is not mandatory and may be reduced voluntarily; requiring the
Comptroller to transfer to the General Revenue Fund those funds
appropriated for transfer in the December 1991 Supplemental
Appropriations Act; transferring the dog fly and mosquito control
programs and the John A. Mulrennan, Sr., Arthropod Research Laboratory
from the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; authorizing school
districts to shift from certain categorical programs a specified percentage
of general revenue funds appropriated for those programs, to be spent with
funds appropriated for the Florida Educational Finance Program without
audit criticism or the need to replace such funds in subsequent fiscal years;
freezing vacant positions for the period December 16, 1991, through June
30, 1992; providing an effective date and an expiration date.
Rep. Saunders moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
On motion by Rep. Saunders, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote
and SB 18-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the



vote was:
Yeas-110
The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Nays-1
Irvine



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



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



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



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gutman, Reaves
So the bill passed, as amended. On motion by Rep. Saunders, the House
requested the Senate to concur, or failing to concur, requested the Senate
to appoint a committee of conference to meet with a like committee
appointed by the House. Under Rule 10.13, the bill was immediately
certified to the Senate.



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Thereupon, in anticipation of the Senate action, the Speaker appointed
the following Members as managers on the part of the House on SB 18-D
to serve with Rep. Saunders, Chair, and Rep. Ritchie, Vice Chair: Health
& Rehabilitative Services-Reps. Gordon (Chair), Hafner, Brown,
Sanderson and Gutman; Criminal Justice-Reps. Clark (Chair), Ascherl,
Liberti, Ireland and Valdes; General Government-Reps. Mitchell (Chair),
Flagg, Holzendorf, Rudd, Hawkins and Morse; Transportation &
Economic Development-Reps. Silver (Chair), Healey, Stone, Albright
and Rojas; Education-Reps. Long (Chair), Lawson, Friedman, Garcia and
King.
Rep. Bo Johnson moved that the House stand in recess for the purpose
of holding committee meetings and conducting other House business to
reconvene upon the call of the Speaker. The motion was agreed to.

Prime Sponsors
HB 21-D-Hawkes

Co-sponsors
HB 35-D-Albright, Trammell

Reports of Standing Committees
Received December 11:
The Committee on Appropriations recommends the following pass:
CS/HB 21-D (fiscal note attached)
CS/HB 43-D (fiscal note attached)
The above bills were placed on the Calendar.
The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends the following pass:
HB 19-D, with 1 amendment (fiscal note attached)
HB 25-D (fiscal note attached)
The above bills were placed on the Calendar.
The Committee on Governmental Operations recommends the following
pass:
HB 35-D, with 1 amendment
The above bill was placed on the Calendar.
The Committee on Judiciary recommends the following pass:
HB 23-D



The above bill was placed on the Calendar.
The Committee on Appropriations recommends a committee substitute
for the following:
CS/HB 33-D (fiscal note attached)
The above committee substitute was placed on the Calendar
and, under the rule, CS/HB 33-D was laid on the table.
The Committee on Judiciary recommends a committee substitute for the
following:
HB 37-D
The above committee substitute was placed on the Calendar
and, under the rule, HB 37-D was laid on the table.
The Committee on Employee & Management Relations recommends a
committee substitute for the following:
HB 33-D
The above committee substitute was referred to the
Committee on Appropriations and, under the rule, HB 33-D was
laid on the table.
The Committee on Health & Rehabilitative Services recommends a
committee substitute for the following:
HB 43-D
The above committee substitute was referred to the
Committee on Appropriations and, under the rule, HB 43-D was
laid on the table.
The Committee on Regulated Industries recommends a committee
substitute for the following:
HB 21-D
The above committee substitute was referred to the
Committee on Appropriations and, under the rule, HB 21-D was
laid on the table.

Recessed
Pursuant to the motion previously agreed to, the House recessed at
5:26 p.m. to reconvene upon the call of the Speaker.



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FOURTH SPECIAL SESSION-"D" of 1990-1992



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 12:00 noon.

Prayer
The following prayer was offered by the Reverend Hal Marchman,
Central Baptist Church, Daytona Beach, upon invitation of Speaker
Wetherell:
Almighty God, at this season of the year, 0 Heavenly Father, we are
eternally grateful for the Members and staffs of this House, for their
diligent work in these trying times. Bless each one with a sense of Your
presence. Shalom and Amen.
The following Members were recorded present:



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



Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



Excused: Rep. Sanderson; Rep. Huenink, due to family business.
A quorum was present.

Pledge
The Members, led by Ms. Jacqueline Annette and Ms. Danielle Jeanette
Thomas, Mr. Nicholas Edward Thomas, Mr. Nicholas Rawls and Mr. Jason
Rawls, pledged allegiance to the Flag. They served at the invitation of
Reps. Thomas and Rudd.



House Physician
The Speaker introduced Dr. Henry Gunter, of Tallahassee, who was
serving in the Clinic today upon invitation of Rep. Rudd.

The Journal
The Journal of December 11 was corrected and, as corrected, was
approved.

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Bo Johnson moved that HM 53-D 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-

By Representatives Garcia, De Grandy and Sansom-
HM 53-D-A memorial to the Congress of the United States urging
Congress to adopt Senate Bill 1878 or similar legislation to provide
financial assistance to condominium homeowners of federally insured
properties that have structural defects.
WHEREAS, the National Housing Act was enacted to provide
protection and guarantees to homeowners, and
WHEREAS, Section 518(a) of the National Housing Act provides
financial assistance to homeowners of federally insured properties that
have structural defects, and
WHEREAS, the homeowners in Seville Place in Dade County are the
owners of homes in which the construction design does not meet the
standards to withstand hurricane forces, and
WHEREAS, the provisions of Section 518(a) do not apply to
condominiums, and
WHEREAS, Senate Bill 1878 will correct this omission and will enable
condominium homeowners to receive the same insurance guarantees as
single family homeowners of federally insured mortgages, NOW,
THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the Congress of the United States is requested to adopt Senate Bill
1878 or similar legislation to amend Section 518(a) of the National Housing
Act to provide financial assistance to condominium owners of federally
insured properties that have structural deficiencies.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies of this memorial be
dispatched to the President of the United States, to the President of the
United States Senate, to the Speaker of the United States House of
Representatives, and to each member of the Florida delegation to the
United States Congress.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Bo Johnson, the
rules were waived and HM 53-D was read the second time by title and
adopted. Under the rule, the memorial was immediately certified to the
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Rep. Bo Johnson moved that SB 32-D 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-

Messages from the Senate



Admitted for Introduction



The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
admitted for introduction and consideration by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed SB 32-D and requests the
concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Scott and others-
SB 32-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; changing the
date of the second primary election in 1992; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Chinoy, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title.
Representative Hargrett offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, lines 20-25, strike everything after the
enacting clause and insert:
Section 1. Sections 100.091 and 100.096, Florida Statutes, are hereby
repealed.
Section 2. Section 100.061, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
100.061 First Primary election.-In each year in which a general
election is held, a first primary election for nomination of candidates of
political parties shall be held on the Tuesday 9 weeks prior to the general
election. The Each candidate receiving the highest number -amajority of
the votes cast in each contest in the first primary election shall be declared
nominated for such office. If two or more persons receive an equal and
highest number of votes for the same office, such persons shall draw lots
to determine who shall receive the nomination. A second primary election
shall be hold as provided by s. 100.091 in every contest in which a candidate
dEoes not oceivP a majority.
Section 3. Subsection (21) of section 97.021, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
97.021 Definitions.-The following words and phrases when used in
this code shall be construed as follows:
(21) "Primary election" means an election held preceding the general
election for the purpose of nominating a party nominee to be voted for in
the general election to fill a national, state, county, or district office. The
first primary is a nomination or elimination election; the second primary
is a nominating election only.
Section 4. Paragraphs (a) and (b) of subsection (3) of section 98.051,
Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
98.051 Registration books for permanent registration system; when
open or closed.-
(3)(a)1. The registration books shall close for the first and second
primary election elections at 5 p.m. on the 30th day before the firs primary
election and shall remain closed until after the seeend primary election,
during which time no registration or party change shall be accepted for the
primary election such elections.
2. The provisions of any special act to the contrary notwithstanding,
when special district officers are to be elected at either a during any gren
first primary or a second primary election, the names of the candidates
for the special district offices shall appear on the primary ballot and the
registration books shall close at 5 p.m. on the 30th day before the first
primary election and shall remain closed until after the seeend primary
election, during which time no registration or party change shall be
accepted for the primary election euch -eleetiens.



3. For any other election, the books shall close at 5 p.m. on the 30th day
before such election and shall remain closed until after such election,
during which time no registration or party change shall be accepted for
such election.
(b) When the books are closed for an election, registration and party
changes shall be accepted for all subsequent elections. For purposes of thi;
subsection, however, a first and second primary shall bo considered one
eleetien-
Section 5. Subsection (3) of section 98.081, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
98.081 Removal of names from registration books; procedure.-
(3) Any elector may have his name removed from the registration
books by filing with the supervisor a written request, duly acknowledged,
and upon receipt of such request the supervisor shall remove the name of
the elector from the registration books. Any person whose name is removed
between the firs primary and the subsequent general election shall not
register in a different political party after the first primary and before the
subsequent general election.
Section 6. Subsections (1), (2), and (8) of section 99.061, Florida
Statutes, are amended to read:
99.061 Method of qualifying for nomination or election to federal,
state, county, or district office.-
(1) The provisions of any special act to the contrary notwithstanding,
each person seeking to qualify for nomination or election to a federal, state,
or multicounty district office, other than a judicial office as defined in
chapter 105, shall file his qualification papers with, and pay the qualifying
fee, which shall consist of the filing fee and election assessment, and party
assessment, if any has been levied, to, the Department of State, or qualify
by the alternative method with the Department of State, at any time after
noon of the 1st day for qualifying, which shall be as follows: the 120th day
prior to the first primary, but not later than noon of the 116th day prior
to the date of the fi4st primary, for persons seeking to qualify for
nomination or election to federal office; and noon of the 50th day prior to
the fist primary, but not later than noon of the 46th day prior to the date
of the first primary, for persons seeking to qualify for nomination or
election to a state or multicounty district office. However, the qualifying
fee, if any, paid by an independent candidate or a minor party candidate
shall be refunded to such candidate by the qualifying officer within 10 days
from the date that the determination is made that such candidate or minor
party failed to obtain the required number of signatures.
(2) The provisions of any special act to the contrary notwithstanding,
each person seeking to qualify for nomination or election to a county office,
or district or special district office not covered by subsection (1), shall file
his qualification papers with, and pay the qualifying fee, which shall
consist of the filing fee and election assessment, and party assessment, if
any has been levied, to, the supervisor of elections of the county, or shall
qualify by the alternative method with the supervisor of elections, at any
time after noon of the 1st day for qualifying, which shall be the 50th day
prior to the first primary or special district election, but not later than noon
of the 46th day prior to the date of the first primary or special district
election. When Hoewever-,if a special district election is held at the same
time as the second primary or general election, qualifying also shall be the
50th day prior to the first primary, but not later than noon of the 46th day
prior to the date of the first primary. Within 30 days after the closing of
qualifying time, the supervisor of elections shall remit to the secretary of
the state executive committee of the political party to which the candidate
belongs the amount of the filing fee, two-thirds of which shall be used to
promote the candidacy of candidates for county offices and the candidacy
of members of the Legislature.
(8) Notwithstanding the qualifying period prescribed by this section,
in each year in which the Legislature apportions the state, the qualifying
period for persons seeking to qualify for nomination or election to federal
office shall be between noon of the 57th day prior to the st primary, but
not later than noon of the 53rd day prior to the fEst primary.



Section 7. Subsection (1) of section 99.095, Florida Statutes, is
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99.095 Alternative method of qualifying.-
(1) A person seeking to qualify for nomination to any office may qualify
to have his name placed on the ballot for the first primary election by
means of the petitioning process prescribed in this section. A person
qualifying by this alternative method shall not be required to pay the
qualifying fee or party assessment required by this chapter. A person using
this petitioning process shall file an oath with the officer before whom the
candidate would qualify for the office stating that he intends to qualify by
this alternative method for the office sought. If the person is running for
an office which will be grouped on the ballot with two or more similar
offices to be filled at the same election, the candidate must indicate in his
oath for which group or district office he is running. The oath shall be filed
at any time after the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January of the
year in which the first primary is held, but prior to the 21st day preceding
the first day of the qualifying period for the office sought. The Department
of State shall prescribe the form to be used in administering and filing such
oath. No signatures shall be obtained by a candidate on any nominating
petition until he has filed the oath required in this section. If the person
is running for an office which will be grouped on the ballot with two or more
similar offices to be filled at the same election and the petition does not
indicate the group or district office for which he is running, the signatures
obtained on such petition will not be counted.
Section 8. Section 99.103, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
99.103 Department of State to remit part of filing fees and party
assessments of candidates to state executive committee.-
(1) If more than three-fourths of the full authorized membership of the
state executive committee of any party was elected at the last previous
election for such members and if such party is declared by the Department
of State to have recorded on the registration books of the counties, as of
the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January prior to the first
primary in general election years, 5 percent of the total registration of such
counties when added together, such committee shall receive, for the
purpose of meeting its expenses, all filing fees collected by the Department
of State from its candidates less the amount transferred to the Election
Campaign Financing Trust Fund pursuant to s. 99.092 and an amount
equal to 15 percent of the filing fees after such transfer, which amount the
Department of State shall deposit in the General Revenue Fund of the
state.
(2) Not later than 20 days after the close of qualifying in even-
numbered years, the Department of State shall remit 95 percent of all filing
fees, less the amount transferred to the Election Campaign Financing
Trust Fund pursuant to s. 99.092 and the amount deposited in general
revenue pursuant to subsection (1), or party assessments that may have
been collected by the department to the respective state executive
committees of the parties complying with subsection (1). Party
assessments collected by the Department of State shall be remitted to the
appropriate state executive committee, irrespective of other requirements
of this section, provided such committee is duly organized under the
provisions of chapter 103. The remainder of filing fees or party assessments
collected by the Department of State shall be remitted to the appropriate
state executive committees not later than the date of the first primary.
Section 9. Subsection (2) of section 100.071, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
100.071 Grouping of candidates on primary ballot ballets.-
(2) Each nominee of a political party chosen in the primary primaries
shall appear on the general election ballot in the same numbered group or
district as on the primary election ballot.
Section 10. Section 100.081, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
100.081 Conducting a primary election oleetions; nomination of county
commissioners.-The primary election eleetiens shall provide for the
nomination of county commissioners by the qualified electors of such
county at the time and place set for voting on other county officers.



100.111 Filling vacancy.--
(1)(a) If any vacancy occurs in any office which is required to be filled
pursuant to s. l(f), Art. IV of the State Constitution and the remainder of
the term of such office is 28 months or longer, then at the next general
election a person shall be elected to fill the unexpired portion of such term,
commencing on the first Tuesday after the first Monday following such
general election.
(b) If such a vacancy occurs prior to the first day set by law for
qualifying for election to office at such general election, any person seeking
nomination or election to the unexpired portion of the term shall qualify
within the time prescribed by law for qualifying for other offices to be filled
by election at such general election.
(c) If such a vacancy occurs prior to the first primary but on or after
the first day set by law for qualifying, the Secretary of State shall set dates
for qualifying for the unexpired portion of the term of such office. Any
person seeking nomination or election to the unexpired portion of the term
shall qualify within the time set by the Secretary of State. If time does not
permit party nominations to be made in conjunction with the first-and
seeend primary election elections, the Governor may call a special primary
election, and, if n mesary, a second Op.cial primary l..tion, to select party
nominees for the unexpired portion of such term.
(3) Whenever there is a vacancy for which a special election is required
pursuant to s. 100.101(1)-(4), the Governor, after consultation with the
Secretary of State, shall fix the date of a special first primary election,-a
p.c.ial ond primary election, and a special election. Nominees of
political parties other than minor political parties shall be chosen under the
primary laws of this state in the special primary election elections to
become candidates in the special election. Prior to setting the special
election dates, the Governor shall consider any upcoming elections in the
jurisdiction where the special election will be held. The dates fixed by the
Governor shall be specific days certain and shall not be established by the
happening of a condition or stated in the alternative. The dates fixed shall
provide a minimum of 2 weeks between each election. In the event a
vacancy occurs in the office of state senator or member of the House of
Representatives when the Legislature is in regular legislative session, the
minimum times prescribed by this subsection may be waived upon
concurrence of the Governor, the Speaker of the House of Representatives,
and the President of the Senate. If a vacancy occurs in the office of state
senator and no session of the Legislature is scheduled to be held prior to
the next general election, the Governor may fix the dates for the any special
primary and for the special election to coincide with the dates of the first
and seeend primary and general elections election. If a vacancy in office
occurs in any district in the state Senate or House of Representatives or
in any congressional district, and no session of the Legislature, or session
of Congress if the vacancy is in a congressional district, is scheduled to be
held during the unexpired portion of the term, the Governor is not required
to call a special election to fill such vacancy.
(a) The dates for candidates to qualify in such special election or
special primary election shall be fixed by the Department of State, and
candidates shall qualify not later than noon of the last day so fixed. The
dates fixed for qualifying shall allow a minimum of 14 days between the
last day of qualifying and the special first primary election.
(b) The filing of campaign expense statements by candidates in such
special primary election eleetiens or special election primaries and by
committees making contributions or expenditures to influence the results
of such special primary election primaries or special election eleetions
shall be not later than such dates as shall be fixed by the Department of
State, and in fixing such dates the Department of State shall take into
consideration and be governed by the practical time limitations.
(c) The dates for a candidate to qualify by the alternative method, to
qualify as an independent candidate, or to qualify as a minor party
candidate in such special primary election or special election shall be fixed
by the Department of State. In fixing such dates the Department of State
shall take into consideration and be governed by the practical time
limitations.
1. Any candidate seeking to qualify by the alternative method for



nomination in a special primary election shall obtain 25 percent of the
signatures required by s. 99.095.



Section 11. Subsections (1) and (3) and paragraph (a) of subsection (4)
of section 100.111, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:



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2. Any candidate seeking to qualify as an independent candidate in a
special election shall obtain 25 percent of the signatures required by s.
99.0955.
3. A minor party may have the names of its candidates for office
printed on the ballot in a special election if the minor party obtains 25
percent of the signatures required by s. 99.096.
(d) The qualifying fees and party assessments of such candidates as
may qualify shall be the same as collected for the same office at the last
previous primary for that office. The party assessment shall be paid to the
appropriate executive committee of the political party to which the
candidate belongs.
(e) Each county canvassing board shall make as speedy a return of the
results result of such special primary election eleetion and special
election primaries as time will permit, and the Elections Canvassing
Commission likewise shall make as speedy a canvass and declaration of the
nominees as time will permit.
(4)(a) In the event that death, resignation, withdrawal, removal, or any
other cause or event should cause a party to have a vacancy in nomination
which leaves no candidate for an office from such party, the Governor shall,
after conferring with the Secretary of State, call a special primary election
.and, if necessary, a second pcial pri y election to select for such office
a nominee of such political party. The dates on which candidates may
qualify for such special primary election shall be fixed by the Department
of State, and the candidates shall qualify no later than noon of the last day
so fixed. The filing of campaign expense statements by candidates in a
special primary election primaries shall not be later than such dates as
shall be fixed by the Department of State. In fixing such dates, the
Department of State shall take into consideration and be governed by the
practical time limitations. The qualifying fees and party assessment of
such candidates as may qualify shall be the same as collected for the same
office at the last previous primary for that office. Each county canvassing
board shall make as speedy a return of the results of such special primary
election primaries as time will permit, and the Elections Canvassing
Commission shall likewise make as speedy a canvass and declaration of the
nominees as time will permit.
Section 12. Subsection (2) of section 100.141, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
100.141 Notice of special election to fill any vacancy in office or
nomination.-
(2) The Department of State shall prepare a notice stating what offices
and vacancies are to be filled in the special election, the dates date set for
the eaeh special primary election and the special election, the dates fixed
for qualifying for office, the dates fixed for qualifying by the alternative
method, as an independent candidate, or as a minor party candidate, and
the dates fixed for filing campaign expense statements.
Section 13. Subsection (6) of section 101.141, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
101.141 Specifications for primary election ballot.-In counties in
which voting machines are not used, and in other counties for use as
absentee ballots not designed for tabulation by an electronic or
electromechanical voting system, the primary election ballot shall conform
to the following specifications:
(6) Should the above directions for complete preparation of the ballot
be insufficient, the Department of State shall determine and prescribe any
additional matter or form. The Department of State shall, not less than 60
days prior to the first primary election, mail to each supervisor of elections
the format of the ballot to be used for the primary election.
Section 14. Subsection (1) of section 101.251, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
101.251 Information which supervisor of elections must print on
ballots.--
(1) The supervisor of elections of each county shall print, on the
general election ballots to be used in such county, the names of candidates



nominated by primary election or special primary election elections or
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(b) As soon as the remainder of the absentee ballots are printed, the
supervisor of elections shall deliver or mail an absentee ballot to each
elector by whom a request for such ballot has been made. Any elector may
designate in writing a person to pick up the ballot for him; however, no
candidate may be designated to pick up an absentee ballot for any elector
other than a member of his immediate family. Upon presentation of such
written authorization by such designee in person, the supervisor may give
the ballot to such designee for delivery to the elector. The supervisor shall
initial the stub attached to the absentee ballot and enter the name of the
elector in the place indicated for the elector to sign. The supervisor shall
then detach the ballot from the stub and mail or deliver the ballot. If an
elector appears in person to cast an absentee ballot, the elector shall sign
the stub, and the supervisor shall then detach the ballot from the stub and
deliver the ballot to the elector.
(7)4a- For the purposes of this section, "absent qualified elector
overseas" means:
(a)4 Members of the Armed Forces while in the active service who are
permanent residents of the state and are temporarily residing outside the
territorial limits of the United States and the District of Columbia;
(b)2- Members of the Merchant Marine of the United States who are
permanent residents of the state and are temporarily residing outside the
territorial limits of the United States and the District of Columbia; and
(c)0 Other citizens of the United States who are permanent residents
of the state and are temporarily residing outside the territorial limits of the
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Section 15. Subsection (2) of section 101.252, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
101.252 Candidates entitled to have names printed on certain ballots;
exception.-
(2) Any candidate for party executive committee member who has
qualified as prescribed by law is entitled to have his name printed on the
fiPst primary ballot. However, when there is only one candidate of any
political party qualified for such an office, the name of the candidate shall
not be printed on the first primary ballot, and such candidate shall be
declared elected to the state or county executive committee.
Section 16. Subsections (4) and (7) of section 101.62, Florida Statutes,
are amended to read:
101.62 Request for absentee ballots.-
(4)(a) To each absent qualified elector overseas who has requested an
absentee ballot, the supervisor of elections shall, not fewer than 45 35 days
before the first primary election and not fewer than 45 days before the
general election, mail an absentee ballot. Not fowor than 45 days before
tho second primary and general olcotion, the -uporvisor of llcntions shall
mail an advance absentee ballot to those persons requesting ballots for
such elections. The advance absentee ballot for tho second primary shall

candidates, eyxcpt that for any offices where there are only two candidatc,-
thoso offices and all political party eoxcutive committee offices shall bo
omitted. The advance absentee ballot for the general election Shall bo ae
specified in s. 101.151, except that in the case of candidates of political
parties where nominations were not made in tho first primary, the names
of the candidates placing first and second in the first primary election shall
be printed on the advance absentee ballot. The advance absontoo ballot or
advance absentee ballot information booklet shall be of a diffCernt color
for each election and also a different color from the absentee ballots for the
firot pr imary, scond primary, and general election. The supervisor shall
mail an advance absentee ballot for the second primary and general
election to each qualified absont elector for whom a request is rocoived
until the absentee ballot .ar printed. The supervisor shall enclose with the
advance second primary absentee ballot and advance general election
absentee ballot an explanation stating that the absentee ballot for tho
election will be mailed as soon as it is printed; and, if both the advance
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who are qualified and registered as provided by law.
(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, there
shall appear on the ballot nt to abnt qualified electors ovra, in
addition to the names of the candidates for eaeh office, the political party
affiliation of each candidate for each office, other than a nonpartisan office.
(c) With respect to marked ballots mailed by absent qualified electors
overseas, only those ballots mailed with .an APO, FPO, or foreign postmark
shall be considered valid.
Section 17. Subsection (8) of section 102.012, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
102.012 Inspectors and clerks to conduct elections.-
(8) The supervisor of elections shall conduct training classes for
inspectors, clerks, and deputy sheriffs prior to each first primary, general,
and special election for the purpose of instructing such persons in their
duties and responsibilities as election officials. A certificate may be issued
by the supervisor of elections to each person completing such training. No
person shall serve as an inspector, clerk, or deputy sheriff for an election
unless such person has completed the training class as required. A person
who has attended previous training classes conducted within 2 years of the
election may be appointed by the supervisor to fill a vacancy on election
day. If no person with prior training is available to fill such vacancy, the
supervisor of elections may fill such vacancy in accordance with the
provisions of subsection (9) from among persons who have not received the
training required by this section.
Section 18. Subsection (3) of section 103.021, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
103.021 Nomination for presidential electors.-Candidates for
presidential electors shall be nominated in the following manner:
(3) A minor political party may have the names of its candidates for
President and Vice President printed, and independent candidates for
President and Vice President may have their names printed, on the general
election ballots if a petition is signed by 1 percent of the registered electors
of this state, as shown by the compilation by the Department of State for
the last preceding general election. A separate petition from each county
for which signatures are solicited shall be submitted to the supervisor of
elections of the respective county no later than July 15 of each presidential
election year. The supervisor shall check the names and, on or before the
date of the fist primary, shall certify the number shown as registered
electors of the county. The supervisor shall be paid by the person
requesting the certification the cost of checking the petitions as prescribed
in s. 99.097. The supervisor shall then forward the certificate to the
Department of State which shall determine whether or not the percentage
factor required in this section has been met. When the percentage factor
required in this section has been met, the Department of State shall order
the names of the candidates for whom the petition was circulated to be
included on the ballot and shall permit the required number of persons to
be certified as electors in the same manner as other party candidates.
Section 19. Section 103.022, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
103.022 Write-in candidates for President and Vice President.-
Persons seeking to qualify for election as write-in candidates for President
and Vice President of the United States may have a blank space provided
on the general election ballot for their names to be written in by filing an
oath with the Department of State at any time after the 57th day, but
before noon of the 49th day, prior to the date of the first primary election
in the year in which a presidential election is held. The Department of
State shall prescribe the form to be used in administering the oath. The
candidates shall file with the department a certificate naming the required
number of persons to serve as electors. Such write-in candidates shall not
be entitled to have their names on the ballot.
Section 20. Subsection (4) of section 103.091, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
103.091 Political parties.--
(4) Any political party other than a minor political party may by rule



provide for the membership of its state or county executive committee to
be elected for 4-year terms at the first primary election in each year a
presidential election is held. The terms shall commence on the first day of



the month following each presidential general election; but the names of
candidates for political party offices shall not be placed on the ballot at any
other election. The results of such election shall be determined by a
plurality of the votes cast. In such event, electors seeking to qualify for such
office shall do so with the Department of State or supervisor of elections
not earlier than noon of the 57th day, or later than noon of the 53rd day,
preceding the first primary election. The outgoing chairman of each county
executive committee shall, within 30 days after the committee members
take office, hold an organizational meeting of all newly elected members
for the purpose of electing officers. The chairman of each state executive
committee shall, within 60 days after the committee members take office,
hold an organizational meeting of all newly elected members for the
purpose of electing officers.
Section 21. Subsection (1) of section 105.031, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
105.031 Qualification; filing fee; candidate's oath.-
(1) TIME OF QUALIFYING.-Candidates for judicial office other
than the office of county court judge shall qualify with the Division of
Elections of the Department of State, and candidates for the office of
county court judge shall qualify with the supervisor of elections of the
county, no earlier than noon of the 50th day, and no later than noon of the
46th day, before the first primary election. Filing shall be on forms
provided for that purpose by the Division of Elections and furnished by the
appropriate qualifying officer. Any person seeking to qualify as a candidate
for circuit judge or county court judge by the alternative method, if he has
submitted the necessary petitions by the required deadline and is notified
after the fifth day prior to the last day for qualifying that the required
number of signatures has been obtained, shall be entitled to subscribe to
the candidate's oath and file the qualifying papers at any time within 5
days from the date he is notified that the necessary number of signatures
has been obtained. Any person other than a write-in candidate who
qualifies within the time prescribed in this subsection shall be entitled to
have his name printed on the ballot.
Section 22. Subsection (1) of section 105.041, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
105.041 Form of ballot.-
(1) BALLOTS.-The names of candidates for judicial office which
appear on the ballot at the fifst primary election shall either be grouped
together on a separate portion of the ballot or on a separate ballot. The
names of candidates for judicial office which appear on the ballot at the
general election and the names of justices and judges seeking retention to
office shall be grouped together on a separate portion of the general
election ballot.
Section 23. Paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of section 105.051, Florida
Statutes, is amended to read:
105.051 Determination of election to office.-
(1)
(b) If two or more candidates, neither of whom is a write-in candidate,
qualify for such an office, the names of those candidates shall be placed on
the ballot at the first primary election. If any candidate for such office
receives a majority of the votes cast for such office in the first primary
election, the name of the candidate who receives such majority shall not
appear on any other ballot unless a write-in candidate has qualified for
such office. An unopposed candidate shall be deemed to have voted for
himself at the general election. If no candidate for such office receives a
majority of the votes cast for such office in the fist primary election, the
names of the two candidates receiving the highest number of votes for such
office shall be placed on the general election ballot. If more than two
candidates receive an equal and highest number of votes, the name of each
candidate receiving an equal and highest number of votes shall be placed
on the general election ballot. In any contest in which there is a tie for
second place and the candidate placing first did not receive a majority of
the votes cast for such office, the name of the candidate placing first and
the name of each candidate tying for second shall be placed on the general
election ballot.



Section 24. Paragraphs (a) and (b) of subsection (1) of section 106.07,
Florida Statutes, are amended to read:



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106.07 Reports; certification and filing.-
(1) Each campaign treasurer designated by a candidate or political
committee pursuant to s. 106.021 shall file regular reports of all
contributions received, and all expenditures made, by or on behalf of such
candidate or political committee. Reports shall be filed on the 10th day
following the end of each calendar quarter from the time the campaign
treasurer is appointed, except that, if the 10th day following the end of a
calendar quarter occurs on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the report
shall be filed on the next following day which is not a Saturday, Sunday,
or legal holiday. Quarterly reports shall include all contributions received
and expenditures made during the calendar quarter which have not
otherwise been reported pursuant to this section.
(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b), following the last day of
qualifying for office, the reports shall be filed on the 32nd, 18th, and 4th
days immediately preceding the first primary and on the 18th and 4th days
immediately preceding the second primary and general election, for a
candidate who is opposed in seeking nomination or election to any office,
for a political committee, or for a committee of continuous existence.
(b) Following the last day of qualifying for office, any statewide
candidate who has requested to receive contributions from the Election
Campaign Financing Trust Fund or any statewide candidate in a race with
a candidate who has requested to receive contributions from the trust fund
shall file reports on the 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, and 32nd days prior to the
fifst primary and general elections, and on the 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th
days prior to the oocond primary.
Section 25. Subsection (1) of section 106.08, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
106.08 Contributions; limitations on.-
(1)(a) No person, political committee, or committee of continuous
existence shall make contributions to any candidate or political committee
in this state, for any election, in excess of the following amounts:
1. To a candidate for countywide office or to a candidate in any election
conducted on less than a countywide basis, $500.
2. To a candidate for legislative or multicounty office, $500.
3. To a candidate for statewide office, $500. Candidates for the offices
of Governor and Lieutenant Governor on the same ticket shall be
considered a single candidate for the purpose of this section.
4. To a political committee supporting or opposing one or more
candidates, $500.
5. To a candidate for county court judge or circuit judge, $500.
6. To a candidate for retention as a judge of a district court of appeal,
$500.
7. To a candidate for retention as a justice of the Supreme Court, $500.
(b) The contribution limits provided in this subsection shall not apply
to contributions made by a state or county executive committee of a
political party regulated by chapter 103 or to amounts contributed by a
candidate to his own campaign. Notwithstanding the limits provided in
this subsection, no unemancipated child under the age of 18 years of age
may make a contribution to any candidate or to any political committee
supporting one or more candidates, in excess of $100. The limitations
provided by this subsection shall apply to each election.
(c) For purposes of this subsection, the first primary, -rsend primary,
and the general election shall be deemed separate elections so long as the
candidate is not an unopposed candidate as defined in s. 106.011(15).
However, for the purpose of contribution limits with respect to candidates
for retention as a justice of the Supreme Court or judge of a district court
of appeal, there shall be only one election, which shall be the general
election, and with respect to .andidato for circuit judge or county court

election and general election.
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Section 26. Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section 106.29, Florida
Statutes, is amended to read:



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the commission; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Martinez, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:



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106.29 Reports by political parties; assessment on contributions.-
(1)(a) The state executive committee and each county executive
committee of each political party regulated by chapter 103 shall file regular
reports of all contributions received and all expenditures made by such
committee. Such reports shall contain the same information as do reports
required of candidates by s. 106.07 and shall be filed on the 10th day
following the end of each calendar quarter, except that, during the period
from the last day for candidate qualifying until the general election, such
reports shall be filed on the Friday immediately preceding the first primary
election, .the s nd primary election, and the general election. Each state
executive committee shall file the original and one copy of its reports with
the Division of Elections. Each county executive committee shall file its
reports with the supervisor of elections in the county in which such
committee exists. Any political party failing to file a report on the
designated due date shall be subject to a fine as provided in s. 106.07 for
submitting late reports. No separate fine shall be assessed for failure to file
a copy of any report required by this section.
Section 27. This act shall take effect January 1, 1993.
and the title is amended as follows:
On page 1, lines 1-16, strike all of said lines and insert: A bill to be
entitled An act relating to elections; repealing s. 100.091, F.S., relating to
the second primary election; repealing s. 100.096, F.S., relating to special
local elections to be held at the second primary election; amending s.
100.061, F.S.; providing that candidates receiving the highest number of
votes in the primary election be declared nominated; providing a method
for deciding tie votes; eliminating the second primary; amending ss. 97.021,
98.051, 98.081, 99.061, 99.095, 99.103, 100.071, 100.081, 100.111, 100.141,
101.141, 101.251, 101.252, 101.62, 102.012, 103.021, 103.022, 103.091,
105.031, 105.041, 105.051, 106.07, 106.08, and 106.29, F.S.; conforming
language; modifying provisions relating to ballots sent to absent qualified
electors overseas; providing an effective date.
Rep. Hargrett moved the adoption of the amendment.

Point of Order
Rep. Goode raised a point of order, under Rule 11.8, that the amendment
unduly expanded the bill and therefore was not germane.
Speaking to the point, Rep. Hargrett, sponsor of the amendment, was
recognized to speak and stated, "I think that it is entirely relevant. We are
talking about moving the date of an election. This [amendment] eliminates
the election."
The Speaker deferred ruling on the point and further consideration of
SB 32-D was temporarily deferred.

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Bo Johnson moved that SB 50-D 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-

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
admitted for introduction and consideration by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed, as amended, SB 50-D and
requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Grant-
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Yeas-105
The Chair
Abrams
Arnold
Ascherl
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Nays-8
Arnall
Bainter



Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.



Hawkes King
Holzendorf Pruitt



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



Simone
Wise



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gutman, Reaves, Thomas
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.
On motion by Rep. Bo Johnson, the House returned to consideration
of-

SB 32-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections; changing the
date of the second primary election in 1992; providing an effective date.
A point of order was pending on Amendment 1.
On motion by Rep. Hargrett, the amendment was withdrawn.
On motion by Rep. Chinoy, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote and
the bill was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:
Yeas-113



Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris



Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Reddick
Ritchie



Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Safley
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Nays-2
Bainter



Silver
Simon
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks


Simone



Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi



Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



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



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



Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo



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



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



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gutman, Hawkins, Morse, Reaves, Valdes
So the bill passed, as amended. The action was immediately certified to
the Senate and the bill was ordered enrolled after engrossment.



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

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
passed CS/HB 43-D, with amendments, and requests the concurrence of
the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

CS/HB 43-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Department
of Health and Rehabilitative Services; providing findings; providing intent
to restructure the delivery of health and human services; repealing s.
20.19(8), F.S., relating to the district advisory councils; providing effective
dates.
Senate Amendment 1--On page 5, strike all of lines 20-22 (renumber
subsequent section)
Senate Amendment 2--In title, on page 1, strike all of lines 5-7 and
insert: health and human services; providing effective dates.
On motion by Rep. Frankel, the House concurred in Senate
Amendments 1 and 2. The question recurred on the passage of CS/HB
43-D. The vote was:
Yeas-108



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
De Grandy



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Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Bo Johnson moved that SB 28-D 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-

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
admitted for introduction and consideration by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed SB 28-D and requests the
concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Malchon and others-
SB 28-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to governmental
accountability; amending s. 11.143, F.S.; requiring substantive legislative
committees to review agency functional plans and to hold public hearings
concerning the findings of performance audits conducted by the Auditor
General; amending s. 11.45, F.S.; requiring the Auditor General, in auditing
a program, to identify and comment upon alternatives; requiring the
Auditor General to audit performance measures included in agency
functional plans; requiring local governments to pay for requested audits
by the Auditor General; requiring additional reports; amending s. 11.60,
F.S.; requiring the Administrative Procedures Committee to report to
legislative standing committees regarding agency rulemaking; repealing s.
11.61, F.S., which provides for periodic repeal and review of statutes
regulating professions, occupations, businesses, and industries; repealing
s. 11.611, F.S., which provides for periodic repeal and review of statutes
creating advisory bodies, commissions, and boards of trustees adjunct to
the executive branch; abrogating the future repeal of statutes scheduled for
repeal and review in accordance with such acts; creating s. 11.62, F.S.;
providing legislative intent; requiring the Legislature to consider certain
factors when enacting legislation that provides for the regulation of a
profession or an occupation; requiring proponents of such legislation to
provide specified information to certain legislative committees and to the
Department of Professional Regulation; requiring the department to
provide information to the Legislature relating to the effect of proposed
regulation of a profession or occupation; requiring legislative committees
to make certain determinations upon making recommendations concerning
the enactment of new regulation of a profession or occupation; amending
s. 186.021, F.S., requiring state agency functional plans to include
performance measures; deleting an obsolete provision; amending s.
186.022, F.S., specifying state agency plans must include program
performance measures; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Figg, the rules were
waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by title.
Representative Figg offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 2, strike everything after the enacting clause
and insert:
Section 1. Section 11.143, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
11.143 Standing or select committees; powers.-
(1) Each standing or select committee, or subcommittee thereof, is
authorized to invite public officials and employees and private individuals
to appear before the committee for the purpose of submitting information
to it. Each such committee is authorized to maintain a continuous review
of the work of the state agencies concerned with its subject area and the
performance of the functions of government within each such subject area
and for this purpose to request reports from time to time, in such form as
the committee designates ,hal designate, concerning the operation of any
state agency and presenting any proposal or recommendation such agency
may have with regard to existing laws or proposed legislation in its subject
area. In conducting such review, a standing committee shall review the
agency functional plans of the state agencies that conduct programs and
activities concerned with committee subject areas.
(2) In order to carry out its duties, each such committee is empowered



with the right and authority to inspect and investigate the books, records,
papers, documents, data, operation, and physical plant of any public
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by the Legislative Auditing Committee, or whenever otherwise required by
law or concurrent resolution. District school boards and expressway and
bridge authorities may require that the annual financial audit of its
accounts and records be completed within 12 months after the end of its
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(3)(a) In order to carry out its duties, each such committee, whenever
required, may issue subpoena and other necessary process to compel the
attendance of witnesses before such committee, and the chairman thereof
shall issue the said process on behalf of the committee. The chairman or
any other member of such committee may administer all oaths and
affirmations in the manner prescribed by law to witnesses who shall appear
before the sueh committee for the purpose of testifying in any matter
concerning which the seeh committee desires may-desire evidence.
(b) Each such committee, whenever required, may also compel by
subpoena duces tecum the production of any books, letters, or other
documentary evidence it desires may-ddeire to examine in reference to any
matter before it.
(c) Either house during the session may punish by fine or
imprisonment any person not a member who has shall have been guilty of
disorderly or contemptuous conduct in its presence or of a refusal to obey
its lawful summons, but such imprisonment must shall not extend beyond
the final adjournment of the session.
(d) The sheriffs in the several counties or a duly constituted agent of
a Florida legislative committee 18 years of age or older shall make such
service and execute all process or orders when required by such
committees. Sheriffs shall be paid as provided for in s. 30.231.
(4) (a) Whoever willfully affirms or swears falsely in regard to any
material matter or thing before any such committee is shall-be guilty of
false swearing, which constitutes a felony of the second degree, punishable
as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
(b) If a Should-any witness fails fail to respond to the lawful subpoena
of any such committee at a time when the Legislature is not in session or,
having responded, fails fail to answer all lawful inquiries or to turn over
evidence that has been subpoenaed, such committee may file a complaint
before any circuit court of the state setting up such failure on the part of
the witness. On the filing of such complaint, the court shall take
jurisdiction of the witness and the subject matter of the said complaint and
shall direct the witness to respond to all lawful questions and to produce
all documentary evidence in his possession which is lawfully demanded.
The failure of a any witness to comply with such order of the court
constitutes shall- eentitute a direct and criminal contempt of court, and
the court shall punish the said witness accordingly.
(5) All witnesses summoned before any such committee shall receive
reimbursement for travel expenses and per diem at the rates provided in
s. 112.061. However, the fact that such reimbursement is not tendered at
the time the subpoena is served does shall not excuse the witness from
appearing as directed therein.
(6) Each standing committee shall consider in a public hearing any
recommendations made by the Auditor General in a performance audit
report which are within the subject areas of the committee.
Section 2. Subsections (3) and (7) of section 11.45, Florida Statutes, are
amended to read:
11.45 Definitions; duties; audits; reports.-
(3)(a)1. The Auditor General shall annually make financial audits of
the accounts and records of all state agencies, as defined in this section, of
all district school boards, and of all district boards of trustees of
community colleges. Nothing herein shall limit the Auditor General's
discretionary authority to conduct performance audits of these
governmental entities as authorized in subparagraph 2. Nothing in this
section shall be construed as prohibiting a district school board from
selecting an independent auditor to perform a financial audit as defined
in paragraph (1)(b) notwithstanding the notification provisions of this
section.
2. The Auditor General may at any time make financial audits and
performance audits of the accounts and records of all governmental entities
created pursuant to law. The audits referred to in this subparagraph shall
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that requirement, the Auditor General shall notify the school board or the
expressway and bridge authority pursuant to subparagraph 4.
3.a. The Auditor General shall complete a performance audit of each
new major program and each major modification to an existing program
specifically identified in the General Appropriations Act, and any new
major program or major modification to an existing program which
becomes law but which is not specifically identified in the General
Appropriations Act, within 3 years after the date when such program or
modification becomes law, unless such program or modification has been
subject during the 3-year period to an evaluation and review pursuant to
ss. 11.513 and 216.0165. The chairmen of the appropriations committees
and the appropriate substantive committees of the Senate and the House
of Representatives shall provide the Legislative Auditing Committee with
a list of the new major programs and major modifications to existing
programs provided for in the General Appropriations Act or any other act
within 10 days after the General Appropriations Act or the other act
becomes law. The Legislative Auditing Committee shall arrange the lists
of programs and modifications in order of priority before directing the
Auditor General to conduct the performance audits. If the Auditor General
conducts a preliminary review of a program or modification and
determines that a performance audit is unnecessary, the Auditor General
shall submit a letter stating the reasons why such audit is unnecessary to
the Legislative Auditing Committee for its review and approval.
b. In addition to any other audits performed under subparagraph 2.
and this subparagraph, the Auditor General shall perform an evaluation of
the implementation of the recommendations prepared for each agency that
has been reviewed under the provisions of s. 216.0165. Such evaluation
must begin no later than 2 years after the beginning of the fiscal year that
next follows the submission of the budget requests submitted pursuant to
s. 216.023(7). The Auditor General shall maintain a schedule of
performance audits of state programs sufficient to audit all major state
programs within a 10-year period, taking into consideration the schedule
established according to s. 216.0165(2) or the schedule determined by the
Legislative Auditing Committee pursuant to s. 216.0165(3), unless directed
otherwise by the Legislative Auditing Committee. In conducting a
performance audit of a state program, the Auditor General, when
appropriate, shall identify and comment upon alternatives for
accomplishing the goals of the program being audited. Such alternatives
may include funding techniques and, if appropriate, shall describe how
other states or governmental units accomplish similar goals.
4. If by July 1 in any fiscal year a district school board or local
governmental entity has not been notified that a financial audit for that
fiscal year will be performed by the Auditor General pursuant to
subparagraph 2., each municipality with either revenues or expenditures
of more than $100,000, each special district with either revenues or
expenditures of more than $25,000, each special district issuing, or which
has outstanding, bonds with face value greater than $500,000 with an
original maturity date in excess of 1 year from the time of issuance, and
each county agency shall, and each district school board may, require that
an annual financial audit of its accounts and records be completed, within
12 months after the end of its respective fiscal year, by an independent
certified public accountant retained by it and paid from its public funds.
A management letter shall be prepared and included as a part of each
financial audit report. The county audit shall be one document that
includes wRhieh hall include a separate audit of each county agency. The
county audit shall be a single report. The governing body of a county shall
be responsible for selecting an independent certified public accountant to
audit the county agencies of the county according to the following
procedure:
a. In each noncharter county, an auditor selection committee shall be
established, consisting of the county officers elected pursuant to s. l(d),
Art. VIII, State Constitution, and one member of the board of county
commissioners or its designee.
b. The committee shall publicly announce, in a uniform and consistent
manner, each occasion when auditing services are required to be purchased.
Public notice must shall include a general description of the audit and
must shall indicate how interested certified public accountants can apply
for consideration.
c. The committee shall encourage firms engaged in the lawful practice



of public accounting who desire to provide professional services to submit
annually a statement of qualifications and performance data.



d. Any certified public accountant desiring to provide auditing services
must first be qualified pursuant to law. The committee shall make a finding
that the firm or individual to be employed is fully qualified to render the
required services. Among the factors to be considered in making this
finding are the capabilities, adequacy of personnel, past record, and
experience of the firm or individual.
e. The committee shall adopt procedures for the evaluation of
professional services, including, but not limited to, capabilities, adequacy
of personnel, past record, experience, and such other factors as may be
determined by the committee to be applicable to its particular
requirements.
f. The public shall not be excluded from the proceedings under this
subparagraph.
g. The committee shall evaluate current statements of qualifications
and performance data on file with the committee, together with those that
may be submitted by other firms regarding the proposed audit, and shall
conduct discussions with, and may require public presentations by, no
fewer than three firms regarding their qualifications, approach to the
audit, and ability to furnish the required services.
h. The committee shall select no fewer than three firms deemed to be
the most highly qualified to perform the required services after considering
such factors as the ability of professional personnel; past performance;
willingness to meet time requirements; location; recent, current, and
projected workloads of the firms; and the volume of work previously
awarded to the firm by the agency, with the object of effecting an equitable
distribution of contracts among qualified firms, provided such distribution
does not violate the principle of selection of the most highly qualified firms.
If fewer than three firms desire to perform the services, the committee shall
recommend such firms as it determines to be qualified.
i. Nothing in this subparagraph shall be construed to prohibit a
contract for a period in excess of 1 year.
j. If the board of county commissioners receives more than one
proposal for the same engagement, the board may rank, in order of
preference, the firms to perform the engagement. The firm ranked first
may then negotiate a contract with the board giving, among other things,
a basis of its fee for that engagement. If Sheuld the board is be unable to
negotiate a satisfactory contract with that firm, negotiations with that firm
shall be formally terminated, and the board shall then undertake
negotiations with the second-ranked firm. Failing accord with the second-
ranked firm, negotiations shall then be terminated with that firm and
undertaken with the third-ranked firm. Negotiations with the other ranked
firms shall be undertaken in the same manner. The board, in negotiating
with firms, may reopen formal negotiations with any one of the three top-
ranked firms, but it may not negotiate with more than one firm at a time.
The board shall also negotiate on the scope and quality of services. In
making such determination, the board shall conduct a detailed analysis of
the cost of the professional services required in addition to considering
their scope and complexity. For contracts over $50,000, the board shall
require the firm receiving the award to execute a truth-in-negotiation
certificate stating that the rates of compensation and other factual unit
costs supporting the compensation are accurate, complete, and current at
the time of contracting. Such certificate shall also contain a description and
disclosure of any understanding that places a limit on current or future
years' audit contract fees, including any arrangements under which fixed
limits on fees will not be subject to reconsideration if unexpected
accounting or auditing issues are encountered. Such certificate shall also
contain a description of any services rendered by the certified public
accountant or firm of certified public accountants at rates or terms that are
not customary. Any auditing service contract under which such a
certificate is required must shall contain a provision that the original
contract price and any additions thereto shall be adjusted to exclude any
significant sums by which the board determines the contract price was
increased due to inaccurate or incomplete factual unit costs. All such
contract adjustments shall be made within 1 year following the end of the
contract. This sub-subparagraph shall apply to audits covering the 1982-
1983 fiscal year, and the procedure in this sub-subparagraph may be used



by any county for subsequent audits. If there is a conflict between this sub-
subparagraph and s. 473.317, this sub-subparagraph shall prevail.



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k. If Should the board is be unable to negotiate a satisfactory contract
with any of the selected firms, the committee shall select additional firms,
and the board shall continue negotiations in accordance with this
subsection until an agreement is reached.
1. At the conclusion of the audit field work, the independent certified
public accountant shall discuss with the head of each county agency and
the chairman of the board of county commissioners or his designee or with
the chairman of the district school board or his designee, as appropriate,
all of the auditor's comments pertaining to that agency which will be
included in the audit report containing the auditor's comments for the
areas within their responsibility. If the officer is not available to discuss the
auditor's comments, their discussion is presumed when the comments are
delivered in writing to his office.
m. The officer's written statement of explanation or rebuttal
concerning the auditor's comments, including corrective action to be taken,
shall be filed with the governing body of the county and with the Auditor
General within 30 days after the delivery of the financial audit report.
n. Each district school board or expressway and bridge authority that
elects to utilize an independent audit shall select an auditor by using the
same selection procedure as outlined under sub-subparagraphs b.-k. The
district school board or expressway and bridge authority selection
committee shall be set by policy of that respective district school board or
expressway and bridge authority. The district school board reports shall
be presented to the superintendent of schools and the chairman of the
school board in that district and filed with the district school board and
the Auditor General in conformity with sub-subparagraphs 1. and m., and
expressway and bridge authority reports shall be presented to the
chairman of the expressway and bridge authority and the Auditor General.
o. The Auditor General, in consultation with the Board of
Accountancy, shall adopt rules for the form and conduct of all local
governmental entity audits. Such rules must shall include, but are not be
limited to, requirements for the reporting of information necessary to carry
out the purposes of the Local Government Financial Emergency and
Accountability Act, chapter 79-183, Laws of Florida.
The procedures under sub-subparagraphs a.-k. do not apply to audit
agreements or contracts entered into before July 1, 1983.
5. Any financial audit report required under subparagraph 4. shall be
submitted to the Auditor General within 30 days after completion of the
audit but no later than 12 months after the end of the fiscal year of the
governmental entity and district school board. If the Auditor General does
not receive the financial audit within such period, he shall notify the
Legislative Auditing Committee that such governmental entity has not
complied with this subparagraph. Following notification of failure to
submit the required audit, a hearing shall be scheduled by the committee
for the purpose of receiving testimony addressing the failure of local
governmental entities to comply with the reporting requirements of this
section. After the hearing, the committee shall determine which local
governmental entities will be subjected to further state action. If it finds
that one or more local governmental entities should be subjected to further
state action, the committee shall:
a. In the case of a local governmental entity, request the Department
of Revenue and the Department of Banking and Finance to withhold any
funds payable to such governmental entity until the required financial
audit is received by the Auditor General.
b. In the case of a special district, notify the Department of Community
Affairs that the special district has failed to provide the required audits.
Upon receipt of notification, the Department of Community Affairs shall
proceed pursuant to ss. 189.421 and 189.422.
6. The Auditor General, in consultation with the Board of
Accountancy, shall review all audits made pursuant to this paragraph by
an independent certified public accountant.
7. In conducting a performance audit of any agency, the Auditor
General shall use the Agency Functional Plan of the agency in evaluating
the performance of the agency. The Auditor General shall evaluate the
performance of the agency against the performance measures established
by the agency in its agency functional plan prepared pursuant to ss.



186.021 and 186.022 and shall also evaluate whether the performance
measures provide effective criteria by which to measure the performance
of the agency.



December 13, 1991



office. The official shall submit to the Auditor General or his designated
representative, within 30 days after the receipt of the list of findings, his
written statement of explanation or rebuttal concerning all of the findings,
including therein corrective action to be taken to preclude a recurrence of
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(b) The Legislative Auditing Committee may authorize and direct the
Auditor General to make a financial audit of any municipality or
independent agency or authority of any municipality within the state, and
the committee shall direct him to make such audit whenever petitioned to
do so by at least 20 percent of the electors of any municipality. The
supervisor of elections of the county in which the municipality is located
shall certify whether or not the petition contains the signatures of at least
20 percent of the electors of the municipality. The expenses of such audit
shall be paid by the municipality and, in the event the municipality fails
to pay the cost of the audit, the Department of Revenue shall, upon
certification of the Auditor General, withhold from that portion of the
municipal financial assistance trust fund for municipalities which is
derived from the cigarette tax imposed under chapter 210, and which is
distributable to such municipality, a sum sufficient to pay the cost of the
audit and shall deposit that sum into the General Revenue Fund of the
state.
(c) The Auditor General shall exercise any power and duty which by
any law, general or otherwise, is now vested in the state auditor or the
legislative auditor. The Auditor General shall make an annual financial
audit of accounts and records of any other public body or political
subdivision when required by law or concurrent resolution to do so.
(d) The Auditor General shall at least every 2 years make a
performance audit of the local government financial reporting system
required by this subsection; ss. 189.416-189.422; and part VII of chapter
112 and part III of chapter 218. The performance audit shall analyze each
component of the reporting system separately and analyze the reporting
system as a whole. The purpose of such an audit is to determine the
efficiency and effectiveness of the reporting system in monitoring and
evaluating the financial conditions of local governments and to make
recommendations to the local governments, the Governor, and the
Legislature as to how the reporting system can be improved and how
program costs can be reduced.
(e) Whenever a unit of local government requests the Auditor General
to conduct an audit of all or part of its operations and the Auditor
General under his own authority or at the direction of the Legislative
Auditing Committee conducts the audit, the expenses of the audit shall
be paid for by the unit of local government.
(7)(a) The Auditor General may, when in his judgment it is necessary,
designate and direct any auditor employed by him to audit any accounts
or records within the power of the Auditor General to audit. The auditor
shall report his findings for review by the Auditor General, who shall
prepare the audit report.
(b) The audit report when final shall be a public record. The audit
workpapers and notes are shall not be a public record; however, those
workpapers necessary to support the computations in the final audit report
may be made available by a majority vote of the Legislative Auditing
Committee after a public hearing showing proper cause. The audit
workpapers and notes shall be retained by the Auditor General until no
longer useful in his proper functions, after which time they may be
destroyed.
(c) The audit report must shall make special mention of:
1. Any violation of the laws within the scope of the audit; and
2. Any illegal or improper expenditure, any improper accounting
procedures, all failures to properly record financial transactions, and all
other inaccuracies, irregularities, shortages, and defalcations.
(d) At the conclusion of the audit, the Auditor General or his
designated representative shall discuss the audit with the official whose
office is subject to audit and submit to him a list of his adverse findings
which may be included in the audit report. If the official is not available
for receipt of the list of adverse audit findings, clearly designated as such,
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(e) Each agency head shall provide to the Legislative Auditing
Committee, within 6 months after the published date of an audit report,
a written explanation of the status of recommendations contained in the
report.
(f) No later than 18 months after the Auditor General has released a
performance audit report, the agencies which are the subject of that
report shall provide the Auditor General with data and other information
that describes in specificity what the agencies have done to respond to the
Auditor General's recommendations. The Auditor General may verify the
data and information provided by the agencies. After the Auditor General
is satisfied with the sufficiency and accuracy of the data and information
provided by the agencies, the Auditor General shall report to the Joint
Legislative Auditing Committee and to the legislative standing
committees concerned with the subject areas of the audit. The Auditor
General's report shall include a summary of the agencies' responses, the
Auditor General's evaluation of those responses, and any
recommendations the Auditor General may deem to be appropriate.
Section 3. Subsection (2) of section 11.60, Florida Statutes, is amended
to read:
11.60 Administrative Procedures Committee; creation; membership;
powers; duties.-
(2) The committee shall:
(a) Maintain a continuous review of the statutory authority on which
each administrative rule is based and, whenever such authority is
eliminated or significantly changed by repeal, amendment, holding by a
court of last resort, or other factor, advise the agency concerned of the fact.
(b) Maintain a continuous review of administrative rules and identify
and request an agency to repeal any rule or any provision of any rule which
reiterates or paraphrases any statute or for which the statutory authority
has been repealed.
(c) Review administrative rules and advise the agencies concerned of
its findings.
(d) Have the duties prescribed by chapter 120 concerning the adoption
and promulgation of rules.
(e) Generally review agency action pursuant to the operation of the
Administrative Procedure Act.
(f) Report to the Legislature at least annually, no later than the first
week of the regular session, and recommend needed legislation or other
appropriate action.
(g) Consult regularly with legislative standing committees which have
jurisdiction over the subject areas addressed in agency proposed rules
regarding legislative authority for the proposed rules and other matters
relating to legislative authority for agency action.
(h){gf Adopt rules and regulations necessary for its own organization
and operation and for that of its staff, consistent with general law and the
rules of each house.

(i)(h) Appoint an executive director and general counsel, by majority
vote of the members of the committee, and fill any vacancy in that office
in the same manner.

(j)(i) Have general administrative responsibility for the operations of
its staff.

(k)#jf Have standing to seek review in the courts of the state, on behalf
of the Legislature or the citizens of this state, of the validity or invalidity
of any administrative rule to which the committee has voted an objection
and which has not been withdrawn, modified, repealed, or amended to
meet the objection. Judicial review under this paragraph shall not be
initiated until the Governor and the agency head of the agency making the



rule to which the committee has objected have been notified of the
committee's proposed action and have been given a reasonable opportunity
for consultation with the committee. The committee is authorized to
expend public funds from its appropriation for the purpose of seeking
judicial review.



1 4



498.027, 498.029, 498.031, 498.033, 498.035, 498.037, 498.039, 498.041,
498.047, 498.049, 498.051, 498.053, 498.057, 498.059, 498.061, 498.063,
514.011, 514.021, 514.025, 514.028, 514.03, 514.031, 514.033, 514.04, 514.05,
514.06, 514.071, 514.081, 601.55, 601.56, 601.57, 601.58, 601.59, 601.60,
601.601, 601.61, 601.611, 601.64, 601.641, 601.65, 601.66, 601.67, 601.671,



I



E OF REPRESENTATIVES December 13, 1991


Section 4. (1) Section 11.61, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
(2) (a) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other
provision of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of
the following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1994, sections
330.30, 381.007, 381.0071, 383.30, 383.301, 383.302, 383.304, 383.305,
383.307, 383.308, 383.309, 383.31, 383.311, 383.312, 383.313, 383.315,
383.316, 383.318, 383.32, 383.324, 383.325, 383.327, 383.33, 383.331,
383.332, 383.335, 404.011, 404.022, 404.031, 404.042, 404.051, 404.056,
404.061, 404.0614, 404.0617, 404.071, 404.081, 404.091, 404.101, 404.111,
404.121, 404.122, 404.131, 404.141, 404.161, 404.162, 404.163, 404.166,
404.171, 404.20, 404.22, 404.30, 404.31, 409.175, 409.176, 413.061, 413.062,
413.063, 413.064, 413.065, 413.066, 413.067, 413.068, 413.069, 467.001,
467.002, 467.003, 467.004, 467.005, 467.006, 467.009, 467.011, 467.012,
467.013, 467.015, 467.016, 467.017, 467.019, 467.201, 467.202, 467.203,
467.205, 467.207, 467.209, 468.201, 468.203, 468.204, 468.205, 468.207,
468.209, 468.211, 468.213, 468.215, 468.217, 468.219, 468.221, 468.223,
468.225, 468.3001, 468.3003, 468.301, 468.302, 468.303, 468.304, 468.305,
468.306, 468.3065, 468.307, 468.309, 468.3095, 468.3101, 468.311, 468.3115,
468.312, 468.314, 468.35, 468.351, 468.352, 468.353, 468.354, 468.355,
468.356, 468.357, 468.358, 468.359, 468.36, 468.361, 468.362, 468.363,
468.364, 468.365, 468.366, 468.367, 468.368, 468.369, 479.01, 479.015,
479.02, 479.03, 479.04, 479.05, 479.07, 479.08, 479.10, 479.105, 479.107,
479.11, 479.111, 479.12, 479.14, 479.15, 479.155, 479.16, 479.21, 479.24,
479.26, 479.28, 479.30, 488.01, 488.02, 488.03, 488.04, 488.045, 488.05,
488.06, 488.07, 488.08, 496.042, 496.425, 504.21, 504.22, 504.23, 504.24,
504.25,504.26, 504.27, 504.28, 504.29, 504.31, 504.32, 504.33, 504.34, 504.35,
504.36, 548.001, 548.002, 548.003, 548.004, 548.006, 548.007, 548.008,
548.011, 548.012, 548.013, 548.014, 548.017, 548.021, 548.022, 548.025,
548.026, 548.028, 548.032, 548.033, 548.035, 548.037, 548.041, 548.042,
548.043, 548.045, 548.046, 548.047, 548.049, 548.05, 548.052, 548.053,
548.054, 548.056, 548.057, 548.058, 548.06, 548.061, 548.064, 548.066,
548.069, 548.07, 548.071, 548.073, 548.074, 548.075, 548.077, 548.079,
553.35, 553.36, 553.37, 553.38, 553.381, 553.39, 553.41, 553.42, 681.10,
681.101, 681.102, 681.103, 681.104, 681.106, 681.108,06, 68.08, 1.109, 681.1095,
681.110, 681.111, 681.112, 681.113, 681.114, 681.115, and 681.116, Florida
Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed on October 1, 1994, as
scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and
readopted.
(b) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other
provision of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of
the following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1995, sections
20.30(4) (c), 210.25, 210.30, 210.35, 210.40, 210.45, 210.50, 210.52, 210.55,
210.60, 210.65, 210.67, 210.70, 210.75, 231.087, 231.15, 231.17, 231.1725,
231.24, 231.261, 231.262, 231.28, 394.875, 394.876, 394.877, 394.878,
394.879, 394.90, 394.902, 394.903, 394.904, 394.907, 396.172, 396.173,
396.174, 396.175, 396.176, 396.177, 396 396.137896.179, 396.181, 400.616,
400.617, 400.618, 400.619, 400.621, 400.622, 400.623, 462.01, 462.023,
462.08,462.09, 462.11,462.13, 462.14, 462.15, 462.16, 462.17, 462.18, 462.19,
468.381, 468.382, 468.383, 468.384, 468.385, 468.3851, 468.3852, 468.386,
468.387, 468.388, 468.389, 468.391, 468.392, 468.393, 468.394, 468.395,
468.396, 468.397, 468.398, 468.399, 473.301, 473.302, 473.303, 473.304,
473.305, 473.306, 473.307, 473.308, 473.309, 473.3101, 473.311, 473.312,
473.313, 473.314, 473.315, 473.316, 473.317, 473.318, 473.319, 473.3205,
473.321, 473.322, 473.323, 473.324, 474.201, 474.202, 474.203, 474.204,
474.205, 474.206, 474.2065, 474.207, 474.211, 474.212, 474.2125, 474.213,
474.214, 474.2141, 474.2145, 474.215, 474.216, 474.2165, 474.217, 474.218,
474.2185, 474.219, 476.014, 476.024, 476.034, 476.044, 476.054, 476.064,
476.074, 476.114, 476.124, 476.134, 476.144, 476.154, 476.155, 476.178,
476.184, 476.188, 476.192, 476.194, 476.204, 476.214, 476.234, 476.244,
476.254, 477.011, 477.012, 477.013, 477.0135, 477.014, 477.015, 477.016,
477.017, 477.018, 477.019, 477.0201, 477.0212, 477.0213, 477.022, 477.023,
477.025, 477.026, 477.0263, 477.0265, 477.028, 477.029, 477.031, 480.031,
480.032, 480.033, 480.034, 480.035, 480.036, 480.039, 480.041, 480.0415,
480.042, 480.0425, 480.043, 480.044, 480.046, 480.0465, 480.047, 480.048,
480.049, 480.052, 498.001, 498.003, 498.005, 498.007, 498.009, 498.011,
498.013, 498.017, 498.019, 498.021, 498.022, 498.023, 498.024, 498.025,











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601.68, 601.69, 601.70, 601.701, 601.72, 601.73, 601.731, 601.74, 601.75,
601.76, 601.77, 601.78, 626.941, 626.942, 626.943, 626.944, 626.945, 633.061,
633.521, 633.524, 633.527, 633.531, 633.534, 633.537, 633.539, 633.541,
633.547, 633.549, 633.551, 633.554, 633.557, 633.60, and 766.105, Florida
Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed on October 1, 1995, as
scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and
readopted.
(c) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other
provision of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of
the following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1996, sections
240.4075(6), 246.201, 246.203, 246.205, 246.207, 246.211, 246.213, 246.215,
246.217, 246.219, 246.220, 246.225, 246.226, 246.2265, 246.227, 246.228,
246.229, 246.231, 246.31, 310.001, 310.002, 310.011, 310,021, 310.032,
310.042, 310.051, 310.061, 310.071, 310.073, 310.075, 310.081, 310.091,
310.101, 310.111, 310.1115, 310.121, 310.131, 310.141, 310.142, 310.146,
310.151, 310.161, 310.171, 310.181, 310.185, 458.301, 458.303, 458.305,
458.307, 458.309, 458.311, 458.3125, 458.313, 458.314, 458.3145, 458.315,
458.316, 458.3165, 458.317, 458.319, 458.320, 458.321, 458.322, 458.323,
458.324, 458.325, 458.327, 458.329, 458.3295, 458.331, 458.3315, 458.335,
458.337, 458.339, 458.341, 458.343, 458.345, 458.347, 458.348, 458.3485,
458.349, 459.001, 459.002, 459.003, 459.004, 459.005, 459.0055, 459.006,
459.007, 459.0075, 459.0077, 459.008, 459.0085, 459.009, 459.0092, 459.0095,
459.011, 459.012, 459.0122, 459.0125, 459.013, 459.0141, 459.0145, 459.015,
459.0155, 459.016, 459.017, 459.018, 459.019, 459.021, 459.022, 459.024,
460.401, 460.402, 460.403, 460.404, 460.405, 460.406, 460.407, 460.408,
460.4095, 460.41, 460.4104, 460.411, 460.412, 460.413, 460.414, 460.4165,
460.417, 461.001, 461.002, 461.003, 461.004, 461.005, 461.006, 461.007,
461.0074, 461.008, 461.009, 461.012, 461.013, 461.0132, 461.0134, 461.014,
461.015, 463.0001, 463.001, 463.002, 463.003, 463.004, 463.005, 463.0055,
463.0057, 463.006, 463.007, 463.008, 463.009, 463.011, 463.012, 463.013,
463.0135, 463.014, 463.015, 463.016, 463.0165, 463.017, 463.018, 463.019,
465.035, 484.001, 484.002, 484.003, 484.004, 484.005, 484.006, 484.007,
484.008, 484.009, 484.011, 484.012, 484.013, 484.014, 484.015, 484.016,
484.017, 484.018, 484.019, 486.011, 486.015, 486.021, 486.023, 486.025,
486.028, 486.031, 486.041, 486.051, 486.061, 486.081, 486.085, 486.102,
486.103, 486.104, 486.106, 486.107, 486.108, 486.109, 486.115, 486.125,
486.135, 486.151, 486.153, 486.161, 486.171, 486.172, 499.601, 499.61,
499.62, 499.63, 499.64, 499.65, 499.66, 499.67, 499.68, 499.69, 499.701,
499.71, 499.72, 499.73, 499.74, 499.75, 499.76, 499.77, 499.78, 499.79,
570.241, 570.242, 570.243, 570.244, 570.245, 570.246, 570.247, 570.248,
632.601, 632.602, 632.603, 632.604, 632.605, 632.606, 632.607, 632.608,
632.609, 632.611, 632.612, 632.613, 632.614, 632.615, 632.616, 632.617,
632.618, 632.619, 632.621, 632.622, 632.623, 632.624, 632.625, 632.626,
632.627, 632.628, 632.629, 632.631, 632.632, 632.633, 632.634, 632.635,
632.636, 632.637, 632.638, 657.25, 657.251, 657.252, 657.253, 657.254,
657.256, 657.257, 657.258, 657.259, 657.260, 657.261, 657.262, 657.263,
657.264, 657.265, 657.266, 657.267, 657.268, and 657.269, Florida Statutes,
shall not expire or stand repealed on October 1,1996, as scheduled by such
laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and readopted.
(d) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other
provision of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of
the following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1997, sections
455.301, 455.302, 455.303, 455.304, 455.305, 455.306, 455.307, 455.308,
455.309, 457.101, 457.102, 457.103, 457.104, 457.105, 457.107, 457.108,
457.1085, 457.109, 457.116, 457.118, 464.001, 464.002, 464.003, 464.004,
464.005, 464.006, 464.008, 464.009, 464.012, 464.013, 464.014, 464.015,
464.016, 464.017, 464.018, 464.0185, 464.019, 464.022, 464.023, 465.001,
465.002, 465.003, 465.004, 465.005, 465.006, 465.007, 465.008, 465.009,
465.012, 465.0125, 465.0126, 465.013, 465.014, 465.015, 465.0155, 465.0156,
465.016, 465.0165, 465.017, 465.018, 465.019, 465.0193, 465.0196, 465.022,
465.023, 465.024, 465.025, 465.026, 465.027, 465.0275, 465.0276, 465.035,
465.185, 465.186, 465.187, 466.001, 466.002, 466.003, 466.004, 466.006,
466.007, 466.009, 466.011, 466.013, 466.0135, 466.014, 466.015, 466.016,
466.017, 466.018, 466.019, 466.021, 466.022, 466.023, 466.024, 466.025,
466.026, 466.027, 466.0275, 466.028, 466.0283, 466.0285, 466.029, 466.031,
466.032, 466.033, 466.034, 466.035, 466.036, 466.037, 466.038, 466.039,
466.041, 468.1635, 468.1645, 468.1655, 468.1665, 468.1675, 468.1685,
468.1695, 468.1705, 468.1715, 468.1725, 468.1735, 468.1745, 468.1755,
468.1756, 468.1765, 468.401, 468.402, 468.403, 468.404, 468.405, 468.406,



468.407, 468.408, 468.409, 468.410, 468.411, 468.412, 468.413, 468.414,
468.415, 468.431, 468.432, 468.433, 468.434, 468.435, 468.436, 468.437,



December 13, 1991



481.306, 481.307,
481.319, 481.321,
489.105, 489.107,
489.117, 489.119,
489.129, 489.131,
489.507, 489.509,
489.519, 489.521,



481.309, 481.310,
481.323, 481.325,
489.108, 489.109,
489.1195, 489.121,
489.132, 489.133,
489.510, 489.511,
489.522, 489.523,



481.311, 481.313, 481.315, 481.317,
481.327, 481.329, 489.101, 489.103,
489.111, 489.113, 489.114, 489.115,
489.123, 489.125, 489.127, 489.128,
489.134, 489.501, 489.503, 489.505,
489.513, 489.515, 489.516, 489.517,
489.525, 489.527, 489.531, 489.532,



489.533, 489.535, 489.537, 489.538, 489.539, 516.001, 516.01, 516.02, 516.03,
516.031, 516.035, 516.05, 516.07, 516.08, 516.11, 516.12, 516.15, 516.16,
516.17, 516.19, 516.21, 516.22, 516.221, 516.23, 516.26, 516.27, 516.31,
516.32, 516.33, 516.35, 516.36, 559.927, 633.70, and 633.72, Florida
Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed on October 1, 1998, as
scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and
readopted.
(f) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other provision
of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the
following statutes for expiration or repeal on July 1, 1999, sections 624.80,
624.81, 624.82, 624.83, 624.84, 624.85, 624.86, and 624.87, Florida Statutes,
shall not expire or stand repealed on July 1, 1999, as scheduled by such
laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and readopted.
(g) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other
provision of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of
the following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1999, sections
366.01, 366.015, 366.02, 366.03, 366.031, 366.04, 366.041, 366.05, 366.051,
366.055, 366.06, 366.07, 366.071, 366.072, 366.075, 366.076, 366.08, 366.09,



E OF REPRESENTATIVES 33


489.551, 489.552, 489.553, 489.554, 489.555, 489.556, 489.557, 489.558,
489.559, 492.101, 492.102, 492.103, 492.104, 492.105, 492.106, 492.107,
492.108, 492.109, 492.1101, 492.111, 492.112, 492.113, 492.114, 492.115,
492.116, 492.1165, 527.01, 527.02, 527.021, 527.03, 527.04, 527.055, 527.06,
527.0605, 527.061, 527.062, 527.065, 527.067, 527.07, 527.08, 527.09, 527.10,
527.11, 527.12, 527.13, 527.14, 527.15, 527.16, 554.1011, 554.1021, 554.103,
554.104, 554.105, 554.106, 554.107, 554.108, 554.109, 554.1101, 554.111,
554.112, 554.113, 554.114, 554.115, 573.101, 573.102, 573.103, 573.104,
573.105, 573.106, 573.107, 573.108, 573.109, 573.1101, 573.111, 573.112,
573.113, 573.114, 573.115, 573.116, 573.117, 573.118, 573.119, 573.1201,
573.121, 573.122, 573.123, 573.124, 593.101, 593.102, 593.103, 593.104,
593.105, 593.106, 593.107, 593.108, 593.109, 593.11, 593.111, 593.112,
593.113, 593.114, 593.115, 593.116, 593.117, 627.091, 627.0915, 627.092,
627.093, 627.096, 627.101, 627.111, 627.141, 627.151, 627.1615, 627.162,
627.171, 627.191, 627.211, 627.215, 627.281, and 627.291, Florida Statutes,
shall not expire or stand repealed on October 1, 1997, as scheduled by such
laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and readopted.
(e) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other
provision of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of
the following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1998, sections
229.8053, 240.5337, 320.27, 320.271, 320.273, 320.28, 320.30, 320.31, 320.60,
320.605, 320.61, 320.615, 320.62, 320.63, 320.64, 320.6403, 320.6405,
320.641, 320.6415, 320.642, 320.643, 320.644, 320.645, 320.664, 320.67,
320.68, 320.69, 320.695, 320.696, 320.697, 320.6975, 320.698, 320.699,
320.6991, 320.6992, 320.70, 320.71, 320.77, 320.822, 320.8225, 320.823,
320.8231, 320.8232, 320.824, 320.8245, 320.8255, 320.8256, 320.827,
320.8285, 320.830, 320.831, 320.832, 320.8325, 320.833, 320.8335, 320.834,
320.835, 320.836, 320.837, 320.838, 320.839, 320.840, 320.861, 320.862,
320.865, 320.866, 326.001, 326.002, 326.003, 326.004, 326.005, 326.006,
373.303, 373.323, 373.324, 373.325, 373.326, 373.329, 373.333, 373.335,
373.336, 373.337, 390.011(2), 390.012, 390.013, 390.014, 390.015, 390.016,
390.017, 390.018, 390.019, 390.021, 468.451, 468.452, 468.453, 468.454,
468.455, 468.456, 468.457, 468.501, 468.502, 468.503, 468.504, 468.505,
468.506, 468.507, 468.508, 468.509, 468.51, 468.511, 468.512, 468.513,
468.514, 468.515, 468.516, 468.517, 468.518, 475.001, 475.01, 475.011,
475.02, 475.021, 475.03, 475.04, 475.05, 475.10, 475.125, 475.15, 475.17,
475.175, 475.181, 475.182, 475.183, 475.215, 475.22, 475.23, 475.24, 475.25,
475.28, 475.31, 475.37, 475.38, 475.41, 475.42, 475.421, 475.43, 475.451,
475.4511, 475.452, 475.453, 475.454, 475.455, 475.482, 475.483, 475.4835,
475.484, 475.485, 475.486, 475.5015, 475.5017, 475.610, 475.611, 475.612,
475.613, 475.614, 475.615, 475.616, 475.617, 475.618, 475.619, 475.620,
475.621, 475.622, 475.623, 475.624, 475.625, 475.626, 475.627, 475.628,
475.629, 475.630, 481.201, 481.203, 481.205, 481.2055, 481.207, 481.209,
481.211, 481.213, 481.2131, 481.215, 481.217, 481.219, 481.221, 481.223,
481.225, 481.2251, 481.227, 481.229, 481.231, 481.301, 481.303, 481.305,











34 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE


366.093, 366.095, 366.10, 366.11, 366.125, 366.13, 366.14, 366.80, 366.81,
366.82, 366.83, 366.84, 366.85, 367.011, 367.021, 367.022, 367.031, 367.045,
367.071, 367.081, 367.0814, 367.0815, 367.0816, 367.082, 367.0822, 367.083,
367.084, 367.091, 367.101, 367.111, 367.121, 367.122, 367.123, 367.145,
367.156, 367.161, 367.165, 367.171, 367.182, 393.17, 402.28, 402.48, 419.001,
419.002, 471.001, 471.003, 471.005, 471.007, 471.008, 471.009, 471.011,
471.013, 471.015, 471.017, 471.019, 471.021, 471.023, 471.025, 471.027,
471.031, 471.033, 471.035, 471.037, 472.001, 472.003, 472.005, 472.007,
472.008, 472.009, 472.011, 472.013, 472.015, 472.017, 472.018, 472.019,
472.021, 472.023, 472.025, 472.027, 472.029, 472.031, 472.033, 472.035,
472.037, 472.039, 501.90, 501.91, 501.911, 501.912, 501.913, 501.914,
501.915, 501.916, 501.917, 501.918, 501.919, 501.92, 501.921, 501.922,
501.923, 538.03, 538.04, 538.05, 538.06, 538.07, 538.08, 538.09, 538.11,
538.15, 538.16, 538.17, 538.18, 538.19, 538.20, 538.21, 538.22, 538.23, 538.24,
538.25, 538.26, and 570.46(3), Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand
repealed on October 1, 1999, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes
are hereby revived and readopted.
(h) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other
provision of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of
the following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 2000, sections
112.0455(12), (17), 325.221, 325.222, 325.223, 334.075, 364.01, 364.02,
364.03, 364.035, 364.036, 364.037, 364.04, 364.05, 364.055, 364.057, 364.058,
364.06, 364.063, 364.07, 364.08, 364.09, 364.10, 364.14, 364.15, 364.16,
364.17, 364.18, 364.183, 364.185, 364.19, 364.24, 364.27, 364.285, 364.30,
364.32, 364.33, 364.335, 364.336, 364.337, 364.3375, 364.3376, 364.338,
364.3381, 364.3382, 364.339, 364.345, 364.37, 364.381, 364.385, 364.386,
364.501, 440.102(9), 468.1105, 468.1115, 468.1125, 468.1135, 468.1145,
468.1155, 468.1165, 468.1175, 468.1185, 468.1195, 468.1205, 468.1215,
468.1225, 468.1245, 468.1255, 468.1265, 468.1275, 468.1285, 468.1295,
468.1305, 468.1315, 483.601, 483.610, 483.611, 483.612, 483.613, 483.614,
483.615, 483.616, 483.617, 483.618, 483.619, 483.620, 483.621, 483.622,
483.623, 483.624, 484.0401, 484.041, 484.042, 484.043, 484.044, 484.0445,
484.0447, 484.045, 484.047, 484.0501, 484.051, 484.0513, 484.053, 484.054,
484.056, 484.057, 484.058, 484.059, 490.001, 490.002, 490.003, 490.004,
490.005, 490.006, 490.007, 490.008, 490.0085, 490.009, 490.0095, 490.0111,
490.012, 490.014, 490.0141, 490.0143, 490.0147, 490.015, 491.002, 491.003,
491.004, 491.005, 491.006, 491.007, 491.008, 491.0085, 491.009, 491.0095,
491.0111, 491.0112, 491.012, 491.014, 491.0141, 491.0143, 491.0145,
491.0147, 491.0148, 491.0149, 491.015, 491.035, 493.6100, 493.6101,
493.6102, 493.6103, 493.6104, 493.6105, 493.6106, 493.6107, 493.6108,
493.6109, 493.6110, 493.6111, 493.6112, 493.6113, 493.6114, 493.6115,
493.6116, 493.6117, 493.6118, 493.6119, 493.6120, 493.6121, 493.6122,
493.6123, 493.6124, 493.6125, 493.6126, 493.6201, 493.6202, 493.6203,
493.6301, 493.6302, 493.6303, 493.6304, 493.6305, 493.6306, 493.6401,
493.6402, 493.6403, 493.6404, 493.6405, 493.6406, 501.012, 501.0125,
501.013, 501.014, 501.015, 501.016, 501.017, 501.018, 501.019, 509.013,
509.032, 509.034, 509.035, 509.036, 509.072, 509.091, 509.092, 509.101,
509.111, 509.141, 509.142, 509.143, 509.151, 509.161, 509.162, 509.191,
509.201, 509.2015, 509.211, 509.2112, 509.213, 509.214, 509.215, 509.221,
509.232, 509.241, 509.242, 509.251, 509.261, 509.271, 509.281, 509.285,
509.291, 509.292, 509.302, 509.4005, 509.401, 509.402, 509.403, 509.404,
509.405, 509.406, 509.407, 509.408, 509.409, 509.411, 509.412, 509.413,
509.414, 509.415, 509.416, 509.417, 517.011, 517.021, 517.03, 517.051,
517.061, 517.07, 517.081, 517.082, 517.101, 517.111, 517.12, 517.1205,
517.121, 517.122, 517.131, 517.141, 517.151, 517.161, 517.171, 517.181,
517.191, 517.201, 517.211, 517.221, 517.241, 517.275, 517.301, 517.302,
517.311, 517.312, 517.313, 517.315, 517.32, 520.01, 520.02, 520.03, 520.07,
520.08, 520.085, 520.09, 520.10, 520.12, 520.125, 520.13, 520.30, 520.31,
520.32, 520.34, 520.345, 520.35, 520.351, 520.36, 520.37, 520.38, 520.39,
520.40, 520.41, 520.42, 520.50, 520.51, 520.52, 520.57, 520.60, 520.61, 520.63,
520.68, 520.69, 520.70, 520.71, 520.72, 520.73, 520.74, 520.75, 520.76, 520.78,
520.785, 520.79, 520.80, 520.81, 520.82, 520.83, 520.84, 520.85, 520.86,
520.87, 520.88, 520.90, 520.91, 520.92, 520.98, 520.993, 520.994, 520.995,
520.996, 520.997, 520.998, 559.925, 604.15, 604.151, 604.16, 604.17, 604.18,
604.19, 604.20, 604.21, 604.211, 604.22, 604.23, 604.25, 604.27, 604.28,
604.29, 604.30, 604.32, 604.33, 604.34, 626.011, 626.022, 626.031, 626.041,



u



626.0428, 626.051, 626.062, 626.071, 626.072, 626.081, 626.091, 626.094,
626.101, 626.102, 626.103, 626.104, 626.112, 626.141, 626.161, 626.171,
626.172, 626.181, 626.191, 626.201, 626.211, 626.221, 626.231, 626.241,
626.251, 626.261, 626.271, 626.281, 626.2815, 626.291, 626.301, 626.311,
626.321, 626.322, 626.331, 626.341, 626.342, 626.361, 626.371, 626.381,



A _vr 9 ql q q dv-w



624.472, 624.473, 624.474, 624.475, 624.476, 624.478, 624.480, 624.482,
624.484, 624.486, 624.488, 624.489, 624.601, 624.6011, 624.6012, 624.602,
624.603, 624.604, 624.605, 624.606, 624.6065, 624.607, 624.608, 624.6081,
624.609, 624.610, 625.012, 625.031, 625.041, 625.051, 625.061, 625.071,
625.081, 625.091, 625.101, 625.111, 625.121, 625.131, 625.141, 625.151,



E OF REPRESENTATIVES December 13, 1991


626.382, 626.431, 626.441, 626.451, 626.461, 626.471, 626.511, 626.521,
626.532, 626.541, 626.551, 626.561, 626.571, 626.572, 626.581, 626.591,
626.592, 626.601, 626.611, 626.6115, 626.621, 626.6215, 626.631, 626.641,
626.651, 626.6515, 626.661, 626.681, 626.691, 626.711, 626.726, 626.727,
626.728, 626.729, 626.730, 626.731, 626.732, 626.733, 626.734, 626.7351,
626.7352, 626.7353, 626.7354, 626.736, 626.737, 626.738, 626.739, 626.740,
626.741, 626.742, 626.743, 626.744, 626.745, 626.7451, 626.7452, 626.7453,
626.7454, 626.747, 626.748, 626.749, 626.752, 626.753, 626.754, 626.776,
626.777, 626.778, 626.779, 626.780, 626.781, 626.782, 626.783, 626.784,
626.785, 626.7851, 626.788, 626.789, 626.790, 626.791, 626.792, 626.793,
626.794, 626.795, 626.796, 626.797, 626.798, 626.826, 626.827, 626.828,
626.829, 626.830, 626.831, 626.8311, 626.833, 626.834, 626.835, 626.836,
626.837, 626.8373, 626.838, 626.839, 626.851, 626.852, 626.853, 626.854,
626.855, 626.856, 626.857, 626.858, 626.859, 626.860, 626.861, 626.862,
626.863, 626.864, 626.865, 626.866, 626.867, 626.869, 626.870, 626.871,
626.872, 626.873, 626.874, 626.875, 626.876, 626.877, 626.878, 626.88,
626.8805, 626.8809, 626.8814, 626.8817, 626.882, 626.883, 626.884, 626.885,
626.886, 626.887, 626.888, 626.89, 626.891, 626.892, 626.893, 626.894,
626.895, 626.896, 626.897, 626.898, 626.899, 626.901, 626.902, 626.903,
626.904, 626.905, 626.906, 626.907, 626.908, 626.909, 626.910, 626.911,
626.912, 626.913, 626.914, 626.915, 626.916, 626.917, 626.918, 626.9181,
626.919, 626.9201, 626.921, 626.922, 626.923, 626.924, 626.925, 626.926,
626.927, 626.9271, 626.928, 626.929, 626.9295, 626.930, 626.931, 626.932,
626.933, 626.934, 626.935, 626.936, 626.937, 626.938, 626.939, 626.951,
626.9511, 626.9521, 626.9541, 626.9545, 626.9551, 626.9561, 626.9571,
626.9581, 626.9591, 626.9601, 626.9611, 626.9621, 626.9631, 626.9641,
626.9701, 626.9702, 626.9705, 626.9706, 626.9707, 626.973, 626.988, 626.989,
626.99, 627.648, 627.6482, 627.6484, 627.6486, 627.6488, 627.649, 627.6492,
627.6494, 627.6496, 627.6498, 648.25, 648.26, 648.265, 648.266, 648.27,
648.29, 648.295, 648.30, 648.31, 648.315, 648.33, 648.34, 648.35, 648.36,
648.365, 648.37, 648.38, 648.381, 648.382, 648.383, 648.384, 648.388, 648.39,
648.40, 648.41, 648.42, 648.421, 648.43, 648.44, 648.441, 648.442, 648.4425,
648.45, 648.46, 648.48, 648.49, 648.50, 648.51,648.52, 648.53, 648.55, 648.57,
648.571, and 648.58, Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed
on October 1, 2000, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are
hereby revived and readopted.
(i) Notwithstanding the Regulatory Sunset Act or any other provision
of law enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the
following statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 2001, sections
14.24, 381.0072(1)-(8), 381.0101(1)-(3), (5)-(7), 402.61, 468.520, 468.521,
468.522, 468.523, 468.524, 468.525, 468.526, 468.527, 468.528, 468.529,
468.530, 468.531, 468.532, 468.533, 468.534, 494.001, 494.0011, 494.0012,
494.0013, 494.0014, 494.0015, 494.0016, 494.0017, 494.0018, 494.0019,
494.002, 494.0021, 494.0022, 494.0023, 494.0024, 494.0025, 494.003,
494.0031, 494.0032, 494.0033, 494.0034, 494.0035, 494.0036, 494.0037,
494.0038, 494.0039, 494.004, 494.0041, 494.0042, 494.0043, 494.006,
494.0061, 494.0062, 494.0063, 494.0064, 494.0065, 494.0066, 494.0067,
494.0068, 494.0069, 494.007, 494.0071, 494.0072, 494.0073, 494.0074,
494.0075, 494.0076, 494.0077, 494.008, 501.601, 501.602, 501.603, 501.604,
501.605, 501.606, 501.607, 501.608, 501.609, 501.611, 501.612, 501.613,
501.614, 501.615, 501.616, 501.617, 501.618, 501.619, 501.621, 501.622,
501.623, 501.624, 501.625, 501.626, 560.01, 560.02, 560.03, 560.04, 560.05,
560.06, 560.07, 560.08, 560.09, 560.10, 560.11, 560.12, 560.131, 560.133,
560.135, 560.151, 560.16, 560.17, 560.201, 624.01, 624.02, 624.03, 624.031,
624.04, 624.05, 624.06, 624.07, 624.075, 624.08, 624.09, 624.10, 624.11,
624.12, 624.124, 624.125, 624.126, 624.13, 624.15, 624.155, 624.19, 624.21,
624.215, 624.302, 624.303, 624.305, 624.307, 624.308, 624.310, 624.311,
624.312, 624.313, 624.314, 624.315, 624.316, 624.3161, 624.317, 624.318,
624.319, 624.320, 624.321, 624.322, 624.324, 624.33, 624.34, 624.401,
624.402, 624.404, 624.406, 624.407, 624.408, 624.4095, 624.410, 624.411,
624.412, 624.413, 624.414, 624.415, 624.416, 624.418, 624.420, 624.421,
624.4211, 624.422, 624.423, 624.424, 624.4241, 624.4245, 624.425, 624.426,
624.428, 624.430, 624.436, 624.4361, 624.437, 624.438, 624.4385, 624.439,
624.4392, 624.44, 624.441, 624.4411, 624.4412, 624.4414, 624.4415, 624.4416,
624.4417, 624.442, 624.443, 624.4431, 624.4432, 624.444, 624.445, 624.446,
624.447, 624.45, 624.460, 624.462, 624.464, 624.466, 624.468, 624.470,













625.161, 625.171, 625.172, 625.181, 625.301, 625.302, 625.303, 625.304,
625.305, 625.306, 625.307, 625.308, 625.309, 625.310, 625.311, 625.312,
625.313, 625.314, 625.315, 625.316, 625.317, 625.318, 625.319, 625.320,
625.321, 625.322, 625.323, 625.324, 625.325, 625.3255, 625.326, 625.3262,
625.327, 625.329, 625.330, 625.331, 625.332, 625.333, 625.338, 625.340,
625.50, 625.51,625.52, 625.53, 625.55, 625.56, 625.57, 625.58, 625.59, 625.60,
625.62, 625.63, 625.75, 625.76, 625.77, 625.78, 625.79, 625.80, 625.81, 625.82,
625.83, 628.011, 628.021, 628.031, 628.041, 628.051, 628.061, 628.071,
628.081, 628.091, 628.101, 628.111, 628.121, 628.131, 628.151, 628.152,
628.161, 628.171, 628.181, 628.191, 628.201, 628.221, 628.231, 628.251,
628.255, 628.261, 628.271, 628.281, 628.291, 628.301, 628.341, 628.351,
628.361, 628.371, 628.381, 628.391, 628.401, 628.411, 628.421, 628.431,
628.441, 628.451, 628.461, 628.4615, 628.471, 628.481, 628.491, 628.501,
628.511, 628.520, 628.525, 628.530, 628.535, 628.6011, 628.6012, 628.6013,
628.6014,628.6015, 628.6016, 628.6017,628.6018, 628.801, 628.802, 628.803,
628.901, 628.903, 628.905, 628.907, 628.909, 628.911, 628.913, 628.915,
628.917, 629.011, 629.021, 629.031, 629.041, 629.051, 629.061, 629.071,
629.081, 629.091, 629.101, 629.111, 629.121, 629.131, 629.141, 629.161,
629.171, 629.181, 629.191, 629.201, 629.211, 629.221, 629.231, 629.241,
629.251, 629.261, 629.271, 629.281, 629.291, 629.301, 629.401, 629.50,
629.501, 629.5011, 629.502, 629.504, 629.506, 629.507, 629.508, 629.509,
629.511, 629.512, 629.513, 629.514, 629.516, 629.517, 629.518, 629.519,
629.520, 630.011, 630.021, 630.031, 630.041, 630.051, 630.061, 630.071,
630.081, 630.091, 630.101, 630.111, 630.121, 630.131, 630.141, 630.151,
630.161, 631.001, 631.011, 631.021, 631.031, 631.041, 631.051, 631.0515,
631.061, 631.071, 631.081, 631.091, 631.101, 631.111, 631.112, 631.121,
631.131, 631.141, 631.152, 631.153, 631.154, 631.155, 631.161, 631.171,
631.181, 631.182, 631.191, 631.192, 631.193, 631.201, 631.205, 631.221,
631.231, 631.241, 631.251, 631.252, 631.261, 631.262, 631.263, 631.271,
631.281, 631.311, 631.321, 631.331, 631.341, 631.361, 631.371, 631.391,
631.392, 631.395, 631.397, 631.398, 631.399, 631.50, 631.51, 631.52, 631.53,
631.54, 631.55,631.56,631.57, 631.58, 631.59,631.60, 631.61, 631.62, 631.63,
631.64, 631.65, 631.66, 631.67, 631.68, 631.70, 631.705, 631.711, 631.712,
631.713, 631.714, 631.715, 631.716, 631.717, 631.718, 631.719, 631.721,
631.722, 631.723, 631.724, 631.725, 631.726, 631.727, 631.728, 631.729,
631.731, 631.733, 631.734, 631.735, 631.737, 631.811, 631.812, 631.813,
631.814, 631.815, 631.816, 631.817, 631.818, 631.819, 631.820, 631.821,
631.822, 631.823, 631.824, 631.825, 631.826, 631.827, 631.828, 641.17,
641.18, 641.19, 641.201, 641.2015, 641.2017, 641.21, 641.215, 641.22,
641.221, 641.225, 641.227, 641.228, 641.23, 641.234, 641.2342, 641.25,
641.255, 641.26, 641.261, 641.27, 641.28, 641.281, 641.282, 641.284, 641.285,
641.286, 641.29, 641.30, 641.3005, 641.3007, 641.305, 641.309, 641.31,
641.3101, 641.3102, 641.3103, 641.3104, 641.3105, 641.3106, 641.3107,
641.3108, 641.311, 641.3111, 641.315, 641.32, 641.33, 641.35, 641.36,
641.365, 641.37, 641.38, 641.385, 641.386, 641.3901, 641.3903, 641.3905,
641.3907, 641.3909, 641.3911, 641.3913, 641.3917, 641.3921, 641.3922,
641.40, 641.401, 641.4015, 641.402, 641.403, 641.405, 641.406, 641.4065,
641.407, 641.408, 641.409, 641.4091, 641.41, 641.411, 641.412, 641.414,
641.416, 641.418, 641.419, 641.42, 641.421, 641.422, 641.423, 641.424,
641.425, 641.426, 641.427, 641.429, 641.43, 641.432, 641.437, 641.44,
641.441, 641.442, 641.443, 641.444, 641.445, 641.446, 641.447, 641.448,
641.45, 641.452, 641.453, 641.454, 641.455, 641.457, 641.459, 641.47, 641.48,
641.49, 641.495, 641.51, 641.511, 641.512, 641.515, 641.52, 641.54, 641.55,
641.56, 641.57, and 641.58, Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand
repealed on October 1, 2001, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes
are hereby revived and readopted.
(3) This section shall take effect on the day following the day of
adjournment sine die of the 1993 regular session of the Legislature.
Section 5. (1) Section 11.611, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
(2) (a) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of
law enacted before January 4, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1994, sections 242.65(5) (a),
282.403, 336.045(2), 341.321, 341.322, 341.325, 341.326, 341.327, 341.329,
341.331, 341.332, 341.334, 341.335, 341.336, 341.338, 341.339, 341.341,
341.342, 341.343, 341.344, 341.345, 341.346, 341.347, 341.348, 341.351,
341.352, 341.353, 341.355, 341.358, 341.361, 341.362, 341.363, 341.364,
341.366, 341.368, 341.369, 341.371, 341.372, 341.375, 341.381, 341.382,
341.383, 341.385, 341.386, 341.401, 341.402, 341.403, 341.404, 341.405,



341.406, 341.407, 341.408, 341.409, 341.411, 341.412, 341.413, 341.414,
341.415, 341.416, 341.417, 341.418, 341.419, 341.421, 341.422, 378.033,



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393.001, 394.715, 404.056(3), 410.401(2), 442.105, 467.001, 467.002, 467.003,
467.004, 467.005, 467.006, 467.009, 467.011, 467.012, 467.013, 467.015,
467.016, 467.017, 467.019, 467.201, 467.202, 467.203, 467.205, 467.207,
467.209, 468.314, 468.353, 468.354, 599.001, 599.002, and 599.003, Florida
Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed on October 1, 1994, as
scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and
readopted.
(b) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on June 30, 1995, sections 381.6021(5)
and 381.6023, Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed on June
30, 1995, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are hereby revived
and readopted.
(c) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1995, sections 159.445,
216.0445, 230.23135, 230.71(6), 231.087, 231.261,231.545, 231.546, 282.303,
282.304, 282.305, 282.306, 282.3061, 282.3062, 282.307, 282.308, 282.309,
282.311, 282.3115, 282.312, 282.313, 287.073, 288.704, 413.612(4), and
514.028, Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed on October
1, 1995, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are hereby revived
and readopted.
(d) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1996, sections 63.301,
229.6053, 230.2305(10), 242.68, 255.565, 258.155, 332.008, 376.3071(13),
381.0602, 388.46, 402.40(3), 459.0155, 459.022(8), 486.025, 580.151, 586.161,
945.601, 945.602, 945.603, 945.6031, 945.6032, and 945.6035, Florida
Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed on October 1, 1996, as
scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are hereby revived and
readopted.
(e) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1997, sections 14.22, 14.25,
20.17(5), 20.23(2) (a)-(i), 24.106, 27.37, 112.215(8), 222.22, 228.0875(3), (4),
233.067(4)(b), 240.551, 260.016(1)(e), 280.20, 282.314, 284.50(2), 288.1161,
292.04, 316.545(7), 339.2405, 381.703(2), 406.02, 406.03, 406.04, 406.05,
406.075, 413.605, 570.23, 570.34, 570.38, 570.42, 570.541, 570.543, 573.112,
573.113, 573.833(14), 573.843, 573.844, 573.845, 573.859(14), 573.869,
573.870, 573.871, 573.885(14), 573.895, 573.896, 573.897, 576.091,
582.01(3)(b), 582.06, 589.01, 589.02, 589.03, 633.30(4), 633.31, 633.32,
633.33, 633.511, 633.514, 943.045, 943.06, 943.08, 943.085(3), 943.10(5),
943.11, 943.12, 943.13, 943.131, 943.133, 943.135, 943.137, 943.139,
943.1395, 943.14, 943.16, 943.17, 943.171, 943.173, 943.175, 943.18, 943.19,
943.22, and 943.25, Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand repealed
on October 1, 1997, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes are
hereby revived and readopted.
(f) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1998, sections 20.17(4),
20.261(3), 229.8053, 240.539, 272.12(2)-(6), 272.18, 280.05(9), 322.125,
381.0401(9), 403.4131(3), (4), 411.1072(6)-(10), (13), 413.032, 413.033,
413.034, 413.035, 413.036, 413.037, 413.395, 413.405, 446.045, 468.506,
475.045, 487.0615, 499.02, 499.021, 499.022, 578.27, 601.04(3) (b),
601.154(4), 633.72, 943.355, and 943.356, Florida Statutes, shall not expire
or stand repealed on October 1, 1998, as scheduled by such laws, but those
statutes are hereby revived and readopted.
(g) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 1999, sections 20.19(8),
215.96, 229.8058, 229.8059, 230.2309(3), 233.0663(2), (4)-(7), 233.0664,
233.642, 233.643, 233.65(2)-(4), (6), 259.035, 288.063(5), 372.5714, 374.031,
374.311, 374.321, 374.331, 374.341, 374.351, 374.361, 374.371, 374.391,
374.401, 374.411, 374.421, 374.431, 374.441, 374.451, 374.461, 374.471,
374.481, 374.491, 374.501, 374.511, 380.28(5), 380.31, 380.32, 380.33,
380.501, 380.502, 380.503, 380.504, 380.505, 380.506, 380.507, 380.508,
380.509, 380.510, 380.511, 380.512, 380.513, 380.514, 380.515, 383.14(4),



385.201(4), 385.203, 391.091, 402.165, 402.166, 402.167, 402.45(6),
411.222(4), 420.5087(6)(c), (f), 427.011,427.012, 427.013,427.0135,427.015,



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427.0155, 427.0157, 427.0158, 427.0159, 427.016, 427.017, 430.04, 624.91,
and 633.445(5)-(7), (9)-(11), Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand
repealed on October 1, 1999, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes
are hereby revived and readopted.
(h) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 2000, sections 39.024(2),
106.24, 106.25, 106.26, 106.265, 106.27, 228.054, 228.502(1) (a), (12), 229.58,
229.593, 229.594, 229.603(2)(e), 229.6051, 229.6056, 230.23165(12),
240.137(6)-(8), 240.4068(8) (b), 240.5291(1), 253.022, 253.034(3)-(5),
255.043(2), (3), 257.02, 257.031, 265.26, 265.261, 265.27, 265.285,
265.286(5), (7)(a), (c), (d), 265.2861(2)(b), (c)2., 265.2865(3),
265.606(1)(c), 265.608(2)(d), 265.609(2)(d), 265.701(3), (4), 267.0612,
267.0617(3), (5), 267.161, 288.801, 288.802, 288.803, 288.8032, 288.804,
288.8041, 288.805, 288.806, 288.807, 288.808, 288.809, 288.810, 288.811,
288.812, 288.813, 288.814, 288.815, 288.816, 288.817, 288.818, 288.819,
288.820, 288.821, 288.822, 288.823, 288.824, 288.825, 288.826, 311.07,
311.09, 376.163, 402.105, 409.1755, 409.2675(2), 443.171(5), 446.20(2),
446.22(1), 446.25(3), 571.28, 603.201, 603.202, 603.203, 603.204, 648.265,
648.266, 943.1755(5)-(7), 953.003(11), 953.004(2)(b), (c), (e), (6), (7),
953.007(4), (5), (7), 953.008(1)(a), (3)(b), (4)(a), (d), (f), (5)(d),
953.25(2) (a), (5), and 953.35, Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand
repealed on October 1, 2000, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes
are hereby revived and readopted.
(i) Notwithstanding the Sundown Act or any other provision of law
enacted before January 14, 1992, which schedules any of the following
statutes for expiration or repeal on October 1, 2001, sections 110.1524,
229.053(2) (m), 230.2317(2), 233.07, 233.08, 233.09, 233.095, 233.10, 233.11,
233.115, 233.14, 233.15, 240.145, 240.147, 240.533(3), 266.00001, 266.0001,
266.0002, 266.0003, 266.0004, 266.0005, 266.0006, 266.0007, 266.0008,
266.0011, 266.0012, 266.0013, 266.0014, 266.0015, 266.0016, 266.0018,
266.0021, 266.0022, 266.0023, 266.0024, 266.0025, 266.0026, 266.0028,
266.0031, 266.0032, 266.0033, 266.0034, 266.0035, 266.0036, 266.0038,
266.0041, 266.0042, 266.0043, 266.0044, 266.0045, 266.0046, 266.0048,
266.0051, 266.0052, 266.0053, 266.0054, 266.0055, 266.0056, 266.00572,
266.00575, 266.0058, 266.0061, 266.0062, 266.0063, 266.0064, 266.0065,
266.0066, 266.0068, 370.142(4), 381.0072(9), 381.0101(4), 381.503(5),
413.011(2), 413.275, 420.609, 430.05, 553.49, 553.71(1), 553.74, 553.75,
553.76, 553.77, and 718.5019, Florida Statutes, shall not expire or stand
repealed on October 1, 2001, as scheduled by such laws, but those statutes
are hereby revived and readopted.
(3) This section shall take effect on the day following the day of
adjournment sine die of the 1993 regular session of the Legislature.
Section 6. Section 11.62, Florida Statutes, is created to read:
11.62 Legislative review of proposed regulation of unregulated
functions.-
(1) This section may be cited as the "Sunrise Act."
(2) It is the intent of the Legislature:
(a) That no profession or occupation be subject to regulation by the
state unless the regulation is necessary to protect the public health,
safety, or welfare from significant and discernible harm or damage and
that the police power of the state be exercised only to the extent necessary
for that purpose; and
(b) That no profession or occupation be regulated by the state in a
manner that unnecessarily restricts entry into the practice of the
profession or occupation or adversely affects the availability of the
professional or occupational services to the public.



(c) Whether the public is or can be effectively protected by other
means; and
(d) Whether the overall cost-effectiveness and economic impact of the

proposed regulation, including the indirect costs to consumers, will be
favorable.
(4) The proponents of legislation that provides for the regulation of
a profession or occupation not already expressly subject to state
regulation shall provide, upon request, the following information in
writing to the Department of Professional Regulation and to the
legislative committees to which the legislation is referred:
(a) The number of individuals or businesses that would be subject to
the regulation;
(b) The name of each association that represents members of the
profession or occupation, together with a copy of its codes of ethics or
conduct;
(c) Documentation of the nature and extent of the harm to the public
caused by the unregulated practice of the profession or occupation,
including a description of any complaints that have been lodged against
persons who have practiced the profession or occupation in this state
during the preceding 3 years;
(d) A list of states that regulate the profession or occupation, and the
dates of enactment of each law providing for such regulation and a copy
of each law;
(e) A list and description of state and federal laws that have been
enacted to protect the public with respect to the profession or occupation
and a statement of the reasons why these laws have not proven adequate
to protect the public;
(f) A description of the voluntary efforts made by members of the
profession or occupation to protect the public and a statement of the
reasons why these efforts are not adequate to protect the public;
(g) A copy of any federal legislation mandating regulation;
(h) An explanation of the reasons why other types of less restrictive
regulation would not effectively protect the public;
(i) The cost of regulation, including the indirect cost to consumers,
and the method proposed to finance the regulation;
(j) The details of any previous efforts in this state to implement
regulation of the profession or occupation; and
(k) Any other information the Department of Professional Regulation
or the committee considers relevant to the analysis of the proposed
legislation.
(5) The Department of Professional Regulation shall provide the
Legislature with information concerning the effect of proposed legislation
that provides for new regulation of a profession or occupation regarding:
(a) The departmental resources necessary to implement and enforce
the proposed regulation;
(b) The technical sufficiency of the proposal for regulation, including
its consistency with the regulation of other professions and occupations
under existing law; and
(c) If applicable, any alternatives to the proposed regulation which
may result in a less restrictive or more cost-effective regulatory scheme.
(6) When making a recommendation concerning proposed legislation
providing for new regulation of a profession or occupation, a legislative
committee shall determine:



(a) whether the regulation is justified base on the criteria specified
(3) In determining whether to regulate a profession or occupation, the in subsection (3), the information submitted pursuant to request under
Legislature shall consider the following factors: subsection (4), and the information provided under subsection (5);



(a) Whether the unregulated practice of the profession or occupation
will substantially harm or endanger the public health, safety, or welfare
and whether the potential for harm is recognizable and not remote;
(b) Whether the practice of the profession or occupation requires
specialized skill or training, and whether that skill or training is readily
measurable or quantifiable so that examination or training requirements
would reasonably assure initial and continuing professional or
occupational ability;



(b) The least restrictive and most cost-effective regulatory scheme
that will adequately protect the public; and
(c) The technical sufficiency of the proposed legislation, including its
consistency with the regulation of other professions and occupations
under existing law.
Section 7. Section 186.021, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
186.021 State agency functional plans.-



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(1) A state agency functional plan must shall contain, at a minimum,
a statement of the policies guiding the programs and functions of the
agency and must shall specify those objectives against which there shall be
evaluated the achievement by the agency of its policies and the goals and
policies for the state comprehensive plan will be evaluated. A state agency
functional plan must shall also identify specific agency programs that
which support and further the goals and policies of the growth
management portion of the state comprehensive plan. Each state agency
functional plan must shall identify infrastructure and capital improvement
needs associated with the agency programs.
(2) Each state agency functional plan must include performance
measures that provide methods and criteria to measure the agency's
performance in conducting its activities and in achieving its goals. The
performance measures shall be developed by the agency in consultation
with the legislative standing committees that are responsible for the
subject areas included in the performance measures.
(3)(-f All amendments, revisions, or updates to a state agency
functional plan shall be prepared in the same manner as the original and
shall be prepared as needed because of changes in the state comprehensive
plan or changes in the statutory authority and responsibility of the agency.
(3) Tho Department of Environmental Regulation, with regard to tho
plan required by s. 373.036, the otato land planning agency, with regard to
the plan dCfincd in S. 380.031(17), and the Information Roeourco
Commiooion, with regard to the plan defined in o. 282.3061, hall prepare
ouch state agency functional plano no later than 6 months after the
adoption of th. e tat. comprohonoivo plan.
Section 8. Subsection (3) of section 186.022, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
186.022 State agency functional plans; consistency with state
comprehensive plan.-
(3) Each agency functional plan must shall be in a form and manner
prescribed in instructions prepared by the Executive Office of the
Governor after consultation with the President of the Senate and the
Speaker of the House of Representatives. Each agency functional plan
must shall identify the financial resources necessary to implement the
provisions of the plan; and must shall identify the specific legislative
authority necessary to implement the elements of the proposed functional
plan. An agency may only implement those portions of its functional plan
that are consistent with existing statutory or constitutional authority; and
for which funding, if needed, is available consistent with the provisions of
chapter 216. Financial resources necessary to implement the policies and
goals of the state comprehensive plan must shall be clearly identified and
coordinated between each agency functional plan and the budget requests
and recommendations prescribed in s. 216.023(1). Each agency functional
plan must include performance measures for each program that measure
the agency's achievement of the program's goals and objectives.
Section 9. (1) During the 1992 regular session, the Legislature shall
examine and consider the following functions of the executive branch of
state government:
(a) Law enforcement.
(b) Protection of natural and environmental resources, such as
permitting, other regulatory functions, and acquisition and
administration of state lands.
(c) Administrative and management support functions common to all
agencies, such as purchasing, building construction, and facility
management.
(2) The Legislature shall use the following criteria in making its
examination of each function:
(a) Whether the function is duplicated among various agencies, and
to what extent that duplication is warranted.
(b) Whether the function, as currently allocated among the various
agencies, is being accomplished in an efficient and effective manner.
(c) Whether the public can determine which agency or entity is
accountable for the efficient and effective operation of the function.



(d) Whether the function could be decentralized, and the benefits and
disadvantages of decentralization.



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(e) Whether the function could be privatized, and the benefits and
disadvantages of privatization.
(f) Whether the current organizational structure is the most effective
use of state resources, taking into consideration all the previous factors.
(3) This section shall take effect upon this act becoming a law.
Section 10. (1) The Governor shall direct any department, the head
of which is an officer or board appointed by and serving at the pleasure
of the Governor, to enter into an interagency agreement that will
eliminate duplication of inspections among the departments that inspect
the same type of facility or structure. Parties to the agreement may
include departments which are headed by a cabinet officer, the Governor
and Cabinet, or a collegial body. The agreement shall:
(a) Authorize agents of one department to conduct inspections
required to be performed by another department.
(b) Specify that agents of the department conducting the inspection
have all powers relative to the inspection as the agents of the department
on whose behalf the inspection is being conducted.
(c) Require that agents of the department conducting the inspection
have sufficient knowledge of statutory and administrative inspection
requirements to conduct a proper inspection.
(d) Specify that the departments which have entered into the
agreement may neither charge nor accept any funds with respect to duties
performed under the agreement which are in excess of the direct costs of
conducting such inspections.
Before taking effect, an agreement entered into under this section must
be approved by the Governor. Inspections conducted under an agreement
shall be deemed sufficient for enforcement purposes pursuant to the
agreement or as otherwise provided by law.
(2) No later than 60 days prior to the beginning of the regular session,
the Governor shall make an annual report to the President of the Senate
and the Speaker of the House of Representatives regarding interagency
agreements. The report shall identify each interagency agreement
entered into under this section, and, for each agreement, shall describe
the duplication eliminated, provide data that measures the effectiveness
of inspections conducted under the interagency agreement, and estimate
the cost savings that have resulted from the agreement. The report shall
also describe obstacles encountered by any department in attempting to
develop an interagency agreement and in performing duties resulting
from an interagency agreement and shall recommend appropriate
remedial legislative action.
(3) This section shall take effect upon becoming a law.
Section 11. Except as otherwise provided herein, this act shall take
effect July 1, 1992.
and the title is amended as follows:
On page 1, strike the title and insert:
An act relating to governmental accountability and reorganization;
amending s. 11.143, F.S.; requiring standing legislative committees to
review agency functional plans and to hold public hearings concerning the
findings of performance audits conducted by the Auditor General;
amending s. 11.45, F.S.; requiring the Auditor General in auditing a
program to identify and comment upon alternatives; requiring the Auditor
General to evaluate agency performance and performance measures
included in agency functional plans; requiring local governments to pay for
requested audits by the Auditor General; requiring additional reports;
amending s. 11.60, F.S.; requiring the Administrative Procedures
Committee to consult with legislative standing committees regarding
agency rulemaking; repealing s. 11.61, F.S., which provides for periodic
repeal and review of statutes regulating professions, occupations,
businesses, and industries; repealing s. 11.611, F.S., which provides for
periodic repeal and review of statutes creating advisory bodies,
commissions, and boards of trustees adjunct to the executive branch;
abrogating the future repeal of statutes scheduled for repeal and review in
accordance with such acts; creating s. 11.62, F.S.; providing legislative
intent; requiring the Legislature to consider certain factors when enacting



legislation that provides for the regulation of a profession or an occupation;
requiring proponents of such legislation to provide specified information



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to certain legislative committees and to the Department of Professional
Regulation; requiring the department to provide information to the
Legislature relating to the effect of proposed regulation of a profession or
occupation; requiring legislative committees to make certain
determinations upon making recommendations concerning the enactment
of new regulation of a profession or occupation; amending s. 186.021, F.S.;
requiring state agency functional plans to include performance measures;
deleting an obsolete provision; amending s. 186.022, F.S.; specifying that
state agency plans must include program performance measures; requiring
the Legislature to examine specified functions of the executive branch of
state government; requiring the Governor to direct certain departments
under his authority to enter into interagency agreements concerning
inspections; providing requirements for such agreements; providing for
authority of agents conducting such inspections; providing for the
sufficiency of inspections performed pursuant to an interagency
agreement; providing for reports; providing effective dates.
Rep. Figg moved the adoption of the amendment, which was adopted.
Representative Figg offered the following amendment:



Sembler
Silver
Simon
Simone
Sindler



Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone



Thomas
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Viscusi



Wallace
Webster
Wise
Young



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

Recessed
On motion by Rep. Bo Johnson, the House stood in informal recess at
12:39 p.m. to reconvene upon the call of the Speaker.

Reconvened



t 2On e 2, lin 1 in W AS t pop The House was called to order by the Speaker at 5:02 p.m. A quorum was
Amendment 2-On page 2, line 19, insert: WHEREAS, the people present.
have a right to efficacious and cost-effective state government, and
Excused: Rep. Dennis Jones, due to family business; Rep. Webster, due
WHEREAS, the people rightfully expect to receive efficient, prompt to district business.
services from their state government, within their own communities, and



WHEREAS, the current structure and allocation of functions among
agencies of the executive branch of state government was established in
1969, and
WHEREAS, new agencies have been created since 1969, and
WHEREAS, new functions, programs, and activities have been
developed and assigned to agencies since 1969, and
WHEREAS, functions, programs, and agencies created in 1969 have
been modified several times, and
WHEREAS, the growth of state government has made accountability an
increasingly difficult task, and
WHEREAS, eliminating duplication is not effective unless productivity
is enhanced and services are delivered more efficiently; and
WHEREAS, Section 6 of Article IV of the State Constitution requires
that all functions of the executive branch of state government be allocated
among not more than twenty-five departments, NOW, THEREFORE,
Rep. Figg moved the adoption of the amendment, which was adopted.
On motion by Rep. Figg, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote and
SB 28-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:
Yeas-111



Diaz-Balart
Feeney
Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey



Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Holzendorf
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
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
Mortham
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Safley
Sansom
Saunders



Conference Committee Report on SB 16-D
On motion by Rep. Saunders, the House took up the following Report
of the Conference Committee on SB 16-D:

The Honorable Gwen Margolis December 12, 1991
President of the Senate

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell
Speaker, House of Representatives
Dear Madam and Sir:
Your Conference Committee on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses
on the House amendments to Senate Bill 16-D, same being:
An act making appropriations
having met, and after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend
and do recommend to their respective Houses, as follows:
1. That the House recede from its amendments 1 and 2.
2. That the Senate and the House of Representatives adopt the
Conference Committee amendments attached hereto, and by reference
made a part of this report.



Winston W. Gardner, Chairman
Vincent Michael Bruner
W. D. Childers
Helen Gordon Davis
Lincoln Diaz-Balart (ns)
Bob Johnson
George Kirkpatrick
John McKay
Carrie P. Meek
James A. Scott
Karen Thurman
Eleanor Weinstock
Quillian Yancey

Managers on the part of the
Senate



Ron Saunders, Vice Chairman
George Albright
Jack Ascherl
Corrine Brown
Bill Clark
David Flagg
Michael Friedman
Rodolfo Garcia, Jr.
Elaine Gordon
Alberto Gutman
Lars A. Hafner
Mary Ellen Hawkins
Edward J. Healey
Betty S. Holzendorf
Timothy F. Ireland
James E. King, Jr.
Alfred J. Lawson, Jr.
Ray Liberti
John Long
Sam Mitchell
Luis C. Morse
Buzz Ritchie
Luis E. Rojas (ns)
Hurley W. Rudd
Debby B. Sanderson



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Davis
De Grandy
Deutsch



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December 13, 1991 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Ronald A. Silver
Frank Stone
Carlos L. Valdes

Managers on the part of the
House of Representatives

Conference Committee Amendment 1-On page 1, strike
everything after the enacting clause and insert:

SECTION 1. The moneys contained herein include amendments to 1991-92
appropriations, and other appropriations in prior fiscal years, and
appropriates moneys from the named funds for the 1991-92 fiscal year to
the state agency indicated.


SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS



ADMINISTERED FUNDS

1 LUMP SUM
STATE BUILDING RENTAL INCREASE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



-42,000



2 LUMP SUM
PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -8,000,000

The General Revenue reduction in Specific
Appropriation 2 shall be pro rated to departments,
and the Judicial Branch based upon the General
Revenue distribution of the 1991 Productivity
Enhancement Appropriation (Specific Appropriation
1A, Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida) adopted by the
Productivity Enhancement Task Force.

In the event that departments, and the Judicial
Branch have expended their Productivity Enhancement
appropriation, they shall reduce their budgets in
the various appropriation categories where the
Enhancement funds were used. This reduction shall
be allocated to the appropriation categories by the
percentage used of the original appropriation and
shall total their pro rated reduction.

3 LUMP SUM
SOCIAL SECURITY CONTRIBUTION INCREASE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -43,110

4 LUMP SUM
SALARY INCREASES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -1,590,512
FROM TRUST FUNDS . . . .

Specific Appropriation 4 reduces the appropriation
for salary increases, specified in Chapter 91-272,
Laws of Florida, for all employees in the Senior
Management Service, Selected Exempt Service and
classifications comparable to the Senior Management
Service in the state courts, state attorneys, public
defenders, Correctional Education School Authority,
Board of Regents Executive Staff and Lottery Senior
staff.



5 LUMP SUM
CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUM DEFICIT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -2,9

6 LUMP SUM
STATE HEALTH INSURANCE TRUST FUND
DEFICIENCY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -5

7 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SUNSHINE STATE GAMES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

8 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LITIGATION EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO PLANNING AND BUDGETING SYSTEM
TRUST FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -1

Funds provided in Specific Appropriation 9 represent
a reduction in the Legislature's contribution to the
LAS/PBS contract. This reduction is to be included
as a portion of the budget reductions taken by the
Legislative Branch.

ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

10 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .



935,428




521,377



16,158



10,000




04,847



-1
66,943



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT SERVICES, DIVISION OF

11 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

RETIREMENT, DIVISION OF

12 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RELATIONS

13 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

14 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, DIVISION OF

15 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

16 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .



AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF,
AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION

17 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

18 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

19 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACCELERATED SOIL SURVEY PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

STANDARDS, DIVISION OF

20 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS CONSTRUCTION GRANTS FOR
AGRICULTURAL/ LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT BUILDINGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CHEMISTRY, DIVISION OF

21 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

-1,673,837 MARKETING, DIVISION OF
22 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

23 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS HORTICULTURE MARKET
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF GRADES AND
STANDARDS FOR FOLIAGE INDUSTRY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PLANT INDUSTRY, DIVISION OF

24 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

25 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FIRE ANT CONTROL TRUST FUND . .
FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . .

ANIMAL INDUSTRY, DIVISION OF

26 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

27 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CONSUMER SERVICES, DIVISION OF

28 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

29 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FORESTRY, DIVISION OF

30 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

31 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

BANKING AND FINANCE, DEPARTMENT OF, AND
COMPTROLLER

27,805 ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING, DIVISION OF



39



39,135



-29,738




-13,356




-39,135



-21,500




-22,094



-10,553



100,000
500,000



22,094



10,553



-3
-58,425


-7,000



-250,000






-83,000



-5
-170,432



-1
-21,838





-100,000


-6
-235,296


-600,000





-10
-253,758


-28,000


-1
-18,950


-15,000



-33
-818,864


-283,466














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 13, 1991



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
32 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM CONSOLIDATED PAYMENT TRUST FUND .

33 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM CONSOLIDATED PAYMENT TRUST FUND .

INFORMATION SYSTEMS, DIVISION OF

34 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AND ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES

35 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, DIVISION OF

36 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

37 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

38 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS FLORIDA MOTION PICTURE,
TELEVISION, AND MUSIC ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FLORIDA BLACK BUSINESS INVESTMENT BOARD

39 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT, DIVISION OF

40 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND
PROMOTION TRUST FUND . ...

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

RESOURCE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF

41 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS REGIONAL PLANNING
COUNCILS STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

42 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GROWTH MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

43 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS LOCAL PLAN REVIEW
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF

44 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

45 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS PAYMENT FLORIDA
WING/CIVIL AIR PATROL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, DIVISION OF

46 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION SUPPORT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AND OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT
AND BUDGET

47 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM INMATE WORK TRUST FUND . .
FROM SALE OF GOODS AND SERVICES CLEARING
TRUST FUND . . . ..

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR PROGRAMS

48 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HEALTH SERVICES

49 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

50 EXPENSES



-97,411



-8,314





-582,184







-110,968




-1
-9,422


-94,364





-155,000




-25,330




-104,289



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

97,411 51 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

52 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
8,314 ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

53 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL COSTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CORRECTIONAL EDUCATION SCHOOL AUTHORITY

54 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

55 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
110,968
56 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

MAJOR INSTITUTIONS

57 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



104,289



-15,731



-114,000



-40,000




-46,200




-30,000






-147,973



1,197,876
500,000

139,288



-125,000



-83
-1,561,128



58 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

59 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

60 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

61 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

62 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

63 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
DISCHARGE AND TRAVEL PAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PROBATION AND PAROLE SERVICES

64 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .

65 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

COMMUNITY FACILITIES AND ROAD PRISONS

66 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

67 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

68 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF, AND COMMISSIONER OF
EDUCATION

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER

69 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

70 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



-1,183,241


-325,869



-34,968



-453,290




-122,850


-308,158


-303,533





-748
-21,751,330


-10,729,630


-1,164,097


-1,423,701



-544,181



-150,062



-298,000




-700,000


-250,000




-500,000


-757,210


-2,118,000






-6
-137,759


-9,923



71 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . -82,631

72 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -10,778

73 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CAPITOL TECHNICAL CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -34,518

74 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS AFRICAN AND
AFRO-CARIBBEAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... -55,000

75 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS EDUCATION/BUSINESS
COOPERATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -102,000

76 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FEDERAL EQUIPMENT MATCHING GRANT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -50,000



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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
77 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS LATIN AMERICAN/CARIBBEAN
BASIN PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -130,179

78 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS LATIN AMERICAN PUBLIC
TELEVISION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -4,720

79 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LITIGATION EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -1,894

80 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS PUBLIC BROADCASTING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -605,261

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 385 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

The allocation of funds appropriated in Specific
Appropriation 80 shall be as follows: $733,270 for
statewide governmental and cultural affairs
programming; $587,971 for each of the public
television stations recommended by the Commissioner
of Education and $103,759 for each of the public
radio stations recommended by the Commissioner of
Education.

The Department of Education is authorized quarterly
to advance the funds provided in Specific
Appropriation 80 for the operation of the public
radio and television stations, whether they are
public entities or not-for-profit corporations.

From the funds in Specific Appropriation 80
"Governmental Affairs for Public Television" shall
be produced by the same contractor selected by the
Legislature to produce "Today in the Legislature."

81 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS RADIO READING SERVICES
FOR THE BLIND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -9,134

82 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS EDU
OUTREACH/INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER CORP
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . -46,268

OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR PLANNING,
BUDGETING AND MANAGEMENT

83 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS -5
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -110,507

84 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -9,338

85 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -78,170

86 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. --5,664

87 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS AUXILIARY LEARNING AIDS
FOR POSTSECONDARY HANDICAPPED STUDENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -67,996

88 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS FLORIDA DIAGNOSTIC AND
LEARNING RESOURCES CENTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -88,626

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 407 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

Funds in Specific Appropriation 88 shall be
allocated to the Multidisciplinary Educational
Services Centers as follows: University of Florida,
$355,440; University of Miami, $281,725; Florida
State University, $290,630; University of South
Florida, $352,815; and Jacksonville University,
$276,091.

89 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS FLORIDA ENDOWMENT FOR
THE HUMANITIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -46,308

90 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS FLORIDA INFORMATION
RESOURCE NETWORK
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -515,681

91 SPECIAL CATEGORIES



GRANTS AND AIDS NEW WORLD SCHOOL OF THE
ARTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -54,548



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
92 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS MANAGEMENT TRAINING ACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

93 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
HEARINGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

94 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EDUCATION MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

95 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
KNOTT DATA CENTER DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

96 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
REGIONAL DATA CENTERS STATE UNIVERSITY
SYSTEM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, DIVISION OF

97 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

98 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

99 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

100 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES SUBSTITUTES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

101 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS DISTRICT ASSESSMENT
SYSTEM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

102 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS SUMMER INSERVICE
INSTITUTES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

103 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TEACHER OF THE YEAR
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

104 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SCHOOL RELATED PERSONNEL OF THE YEAR
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

BLIND SERVICES, DIVISION OF

105 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

106 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

107 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

108 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
VENDING STANDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

109 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
KNOTT DATA CENTER DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

110 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
REGIONAL DATA CENTERS STATE UNIVERSITY
SYSTEM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

111 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BARRY UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF
SCIENCE/NURSING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

112 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS BETHUNE COOKMAN COLLEGE
CHALLENGER PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

113 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS BETHUNE COOKMAN COLLEGE
OF EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

114 SPECIAL CATEGORIES



UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI MEDICAL SCHOOL
MINORITY AFFAIRS OFFICE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



41



-36,908




-10,921



-46,308




-124,518




-44,774



-3
-67,480


-5,000


-17,003



-9,022




-100,167




-498,956



-3,000



-987




-785


-37,277


-460



-23,760




-1,149




-249






-12,180




-18,229




-18,229




-10,416














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 13, 1991



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
115 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA SOUTHERN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
ACCOUNTING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

116 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE
EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .

117 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI INDUSTRIAL
ENGINEERING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

118 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI BACHELOR OF
SCIENCE/ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

119 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BARRY UNIVERSITY MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
PROGRAM FT. MYERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

120 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY -
ENGINEERING CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

121 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE BACHELOR OF
SCIENCE/ARTS- ELEMENTARY/EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

122 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS EDWARD WATERS UPGRADE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

123 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LIBRARY RESOURCES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

124 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MT SINAI RADIOLOGIC TECH CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

125 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NURSING CONTRACT UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

126 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOCIAL WORK CONTRACT BARRY UNIVERSITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

127 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
AUTHORITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

128 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI BIOMEDICAL
ENGINEERING CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

129 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
DOCTORAL PROGRAMS CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

130 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ROSENSTIEL PHD
MARINE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

131 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .

132 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI MASTER OF SCIENCE IN
NURSING CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

133 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS NOVA UNIVERSITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

134 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
PRIVATE TUITION ASSISTANCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

135 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



136 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...



-3,387




-5,564




-11,673




-4,758




-7,189




-25,730





-4,476



-13,466



-10,773



-2,430



-21,226



-12,612




-33,170




-5,757




-23,222




-18,555




-13,657




-19,205



-26,656



-981,190



-1
-12,162


-9,175



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
137 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -20,343

138 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -5,212

139 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FINANCIAL AID CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUEFUND . . -6,527

140 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
VOCATIONAL GOLD SEAL SCHOLARSHIP
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -703,800

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 464A in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

Funds provided in Specific Appropriation 140 shall
be transferred to the Vocational Scholarship Program
Trust Fund. The Department of Education is
authorized to expend $2,046,200 from the trust fund
pursuant to the provisions of s.240.4021, Florida
Statutes. If funds in Specific Appropriation 140
are insufficient to provide a full scholarship to
each eligible recipient, the department may prorate
the scholarship balances among all eligible
recipients.

141 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER FLORIDA ACADEMIC SCHOLARS FUND
FROM FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . -1,363,418

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 465 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

Funds provided in Specific Appropriation 141 shall
be transferred to the Florida Undergraduate
Scholars' Trust Fund. The Department of Education
is authorized to expend $23,948,145 from the trust
fund pursuant to the provisions in s. 240.402,
Florida Statutes. If funds in Specific
Appropriation 141 are insufficient to provide a full
scholarship to each eligible recipient, the
department may prorate scholarship balances among
all eligible recipients.

142 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER PUBLIC STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -941,633

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 466 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

Funds provided in Specific Appropriation 142 shall
be transferred to the Florida Public Student
Assistance Grant Trust Fund. The Department of
Education is authorized to expend $17,668,425 from
the trust fund pursuant to the provisions of s.
240.409, Florida Statutes. The maximum grant to any
student from the trust fund shall be $1,300. If
funds in Specific Appropriation 142 are insufficient
to provide a full scholarship to each eligible
recipient, the department may prorate scholarship
balances among all eligible recipients.

From the funds provided in Specific Appropriation
142, up to $1,500,000 shall be earmarked for the
purpose of providing awards to community college
students who apply for a student assistance grant
after the existing application deadline. The
Department of Education shall process all late
community college applications at the close of the
latest drop/add period.

143 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER PRIVATE STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... -317,771

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 467 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

Funds provided in Specific Appropriation 143 shall
be transferred to the Florida Private Student
Assistance Grant Trust Fund. The Department of
Education is authorized to expend $6,305,925 from
the trust fund pursuant to the provisions of s.
240.4095, Florida Statutes. The maximum grant to
any student from the trust fund shall be $1,300. If
funds in Specific Appropriation 143 are insufficient
to provide a full scholarship to each eligible
recipient, the department may prorate scholarship
balances among all eligible recipients.

144 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER POSTSECONDARY STUDENT ASSISTANCE



GRANT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -65,091



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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
The proviso following Specific Appropriation 468 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

Funds provided in Specific Appropriation 144 shall
be transferred to the Florida Postsecondary Student
Assistance Grant Trust Fund. The Department of
Education is authorized to expend $1,221,192 from
the Florida Postsecondary Student Assistance Grant
Trust Fund pursuant to the provisions of s.
240.4097, Florida Statutes. The maximum grant to
any student from the trust fund shall be $1,300. If
funds in Specific Appropriation 144 are insufficient
to provide a full scholarship to each eligible
recipient, the department may prorate scholarship
balances among all eligible recipients.

145 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
CHILDREN OF DECEASED AND DISABLED VETERANS
SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

146 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
CRITICAL TEACHER SHORTAGE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -4



The proviso following Specific Appropriation 474 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

General Revenue funds provided in Specific
Appropriation 146 shall be transferred to the
Critical Teacher Shortage Trust Fund. The
Department of Education is authorized to expend
$5,419,257 from the Critical Teacher Shortage Trust
Fund pursuant to the provisions of s. 240.4065,
Florida Statutes.

147 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
EXCEPTIONAL CHILD SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

148 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
STUDENT REGENT SCHOLARSHIP
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

149 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
STATE BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES STUDENT
MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

150 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION PLANNING
COMMISSION STUDENT MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

151 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
FLORIDA GRADUATE SCHOLARS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

152 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
MARY MCCLEOD BETHUNE SCHOLARSHIP
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 480 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

General Revenue funds provided in Specific
Appropriation 152 shall be transferred to the Mary
McCleod Bethune Challenge Grant Trust Fund. The
Department of Education is authorized to expend
$339,513 from the Mary McCleod Bethune Challenge
Grant Trust Fund pursuant to the provisions of s.
240.4125, Florida Statutes.

153 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
NICARAGUAN/HAITIAN SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

154 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
MOST PROMISING TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -3

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 482 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

General Revenue funds provided in Specific
Appropriation 154 shall be transferred to the
Critical Teacher Shortage Trust Fund. The
Department of Education is authorized to expend
$2,727,113 from the Critical Teacher Shortage Trust
Fund pursuant to the provisions of s. 240.4068,
Florida Statutes.

If funds in Specific Appropriation 154 are
insufficient to provide a full scholarship to each
eligible recipient, the department may prorate
scholarship balances among all eligible recipients.

155 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
MASTER ASSOCIATE TEACHER SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

156 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
VIRGIL HAWKINS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DIVISION OF

157 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

158 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

159 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



43



-10,160


-20
-344,331


-5,728


-78,312



160 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS PROGRAMS OF EMPHASIS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -342,389

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 160, $226,170 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

161 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL
FINANCE PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -196,229,084

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 161, $136,223,514 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.



-4,882



91,472



-6,410



-269




-269




-269



The third calculation of the FEFP shall include a
supplemental budget reduction proration that shall
total $196,229,084 for all districts.

The supplemental budget reduction proration shall be
calculated as provided in section 236.081(13)
Florida Statutes, and shall be based on the sum of
the total state and local FEFP, which shall include
the district discretionary lottery funds and the
additional state allocation. The proration shall be
calculated prior to the funding adjustment
calculation as provided in Specific Appropriation
509, Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida. The
supplemental budget reduction proration shall be
included in and made a part of the funding
adjustment calculation.

The calculation required in Section 236.081(11),
Florida Statutes, shall not be included in the third
calculation of the FEFP.

162 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS LAB SCHOOL TRANSITION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 162, $24,582 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

163 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS DISTRICT DISCRETIONARY
LOTTERY FUNDS
FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST FUND

164 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ...

165 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -4

166 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS HIGH PERFORMANCE
INCENTIVES PROGRAM
FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST FUND .

167 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FULL SERVICE SCHOOLS INTERAGENCY
COOPERATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



30,000



60,487



-509



384,953



From the appropriation reduction identified
Specific Appropriation 167, $35,161 shall
effective February 15, 1992.

VOCATIONAL, ADULT, AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION,
DIVISION OF

168 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

169 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

170 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

171 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

172 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS



10,000



37,214











32,292



47,421



53,229



in
be





-9
-307,111


-359


-118,639



-27,322



10,270,000



-6,000,000














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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
GRANTS AND AIDS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -222,153

173 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS ADULT LITERACY CENTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .-823

174 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS INDUSTRY SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -3,000

COMMUNITY COLLEGES, DIVISION OF

175 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS -2
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -66,211

176 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -16,570

177 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS COIMMNITY COLLEGE
LOTTERY FUNDS
FROMEDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST FUND

Funds in Specific Appropriation 177 shall be
distributed to each community college on the same
pro rata basis as funds in Specific Appropriation
178 are reduced.

178 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS COMMUNITY COLLEGES
PROGRAM FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -20,722,315

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 178, $10,731,870 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

Reductions required by Specific Appropriation 178
shall be made on the same pro rata basis as the
funds are distributed in Specific Appropriation 547
of Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida.

179 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS LIFELONG LEARNING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -133,340

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 179, $73,270 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

Reductions required by Specific Appropriation 179
shall be made on the same pro rata basis as the
funds are distributed in Specific Appropriation 548
of Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida.

180 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS SUNSHINE STATE SKILLS
PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -25,350



From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 180, $13,930 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

181 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

182 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS EDUCATION OF FEDERAL
INMATES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 182, $10,830 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

183 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS LITERACY CENTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 183, $13,998 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

184 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS LIBRARY AUTOMATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. --2

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 184, $111,462 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.



185 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS SOLAR ADMINISTRATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 185, $1,732 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

186 SPECIAL CATEGORIES



-93,379




19,710







25,473



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
APPLETON MUSEUM CENTRAL FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -10,465

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 186, $5,750 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

187 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MILITARY-RELATED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -21,546

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 187, $11,840 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND



915,000



188 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

189 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

190 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

191 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

192 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OVERTIME
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

193 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SUMMER PROGRAMS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

194 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TEACHER EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

195 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MAINSTREAMING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

196 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNICATION PHILOSOPHY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION PLANNING COMMISSION

197 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

198 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



-10,000


-68,332


-15,000


-24,225



-6,000



-14,639



-1,200



-18,000



-6,000




-18,000


-17,179



199 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -978

UNIVERSITIES, DIVISION OF

EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL ACTIVITIES

200 LUMP SUM
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM LOTTERY FUNDS
FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST FUND .

201 LUMP SUM
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL
SCIENCES OPERATIONS
POSITIONS -75
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -4,177,003
FROM INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL
SCIENCES STUDENT FEE TRUST FUND .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 201, $2,825,802 and 36
positions shall be effective February 15, 1992.

202 LUMP SUM
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER
OPERATIONS
POSITIONS -50
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ..... -2,085,298
FROM UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA MEDICAL
CENTER STUDENT FEE TRUST FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 202, $1,590,645 and 35
positions shall be effective February 15, 1992.

203 LUMP SUM
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA HEALTH CENTER
OPERATIONS
POSITIONS -42
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -3,938,040
FROM UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA HEALTH
SCIENCES CENTER STUDENT FEE .TRUST FUND .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 203, $2,804,167 and 11



02,840







-3,151



44



915,000



273,089












104,919



116,639















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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
positions shall be effective February 15, 1992.

204 LUMP SUM
UNIVERSITY SUPPORT/EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL
POSITIONS -148
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -13,000,000

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 204, $7,862,601 and 85
positions shall be effective February 15, 1992.

205 LUMP SUM
INSTRUCTION AND RESEARCH/EDUCATIONAL AND
GENERAL
POSITIONS -132
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . -20,685,480
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND .. ....

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 205, $8,445,178 and 68
positions shall be effective February 15, 1992.

BOARD OF REGENTS GENERAL OFFICE

206 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS -4
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -160,590

207 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -310,026

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 207, $188,849 shall
be effective February 15, 1992.

208 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS MEDICAL TRAINING AND
SIMULATION LABORATORY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -51,629

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 208, $31,449 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

209 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PLANNING FOR A TENTH UNIVERSITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -100,000

210 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS FIRST ACCREDITED MEDICAL
SCHOOL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -637,016

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 210, $388,023 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

211 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS HIGH TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
AND DEVELOPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -110,953

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 211. $67.583 shall be



effective February 15, 1992.

212 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TAXATION AND BUDGET REFORM COMMISSION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 212, $22,497 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

213 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY OSTEOPATHY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 213, $50,366 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

214 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY PHARMACY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 214, $18,158 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

215 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY OPTOMETRY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in
Specific Appropriation 215, $2,678 shall be
effective February 15, 1992.

216 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC SECTOR URBAN, RURAL AND UNMET NEEDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

From the appropriation reduction identified in



3,376,480



36,935



82,675



29,811



-4,398



-5,146



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
Specific Appropriation 216, $3,136 sha
effective February 15, 1991.

ELDER AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

217 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF

218 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM POLLUTION RECOVERY TRUST FUND .

219 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM POLLUTION RECOVERY TRUST FUND .

GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION, FLORIDA

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

220 EXPENSES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

LAW ENFORCEMENT, DIVISION OF

221 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

222 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PATROL
VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

FISHERIES, DIVISION OF

223 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

GENERAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

INFORMATION RESOURCE COMMISSION

224 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

225 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

INFORMATION SERVICES, DIVISION OF

226 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

MOTOR POOL, DIVISION OF

227 EXPENSES
FROM BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT TRUST FUND .

228 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT TRUST FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

BOND FINANCE, DIVISION OF

229 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

COMMUNICATIONS, DIVISION OF

230 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GENERAL REVENUE TRANSFER TO COMMUNICATIONS
WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND FOR
NON-RECOVERABLE (CATEGORY I) SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

GOVERNOR, EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE

GENERAL OFFICE

231 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM PLANNING AND BUDGETING SYSTEM TRUST
FUND . . . . .

232 EXPENSES
FROM PLANNING AND BUDGETING SYSTEM TRUST
FUND . . . . ..

233 LUMP SUM
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR -
REORGANIZATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

234 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON
INDIAN AFFAIRS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

235 SPECIAL CATEGORIES



GRANTS AND AIDS NORTHWEST FLORIDA CREEK
INDIAN COUNCIL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



45



all be





-23,025



447,930



74,022







-154,674



-447,930



-212,045



-213,492




-708,683



375,044




-220,370



-1
-48,775


-4,018




-125,192



-26,555



-26,555




-8,453







-404,387



-10,000



-85,155



-403,493




-5,891




-2,230














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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
236 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

237 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
STATE COMPTROLLER'S DATA CENTER -
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE
FROM PLANNING AND BUDGETING SYSTEM TRUST
FUND . . . . .

HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

238 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

239 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION

240 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

241 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

242 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
HEARINGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

243 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMPUTER RELATED EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR HUMAN SERVICES

244 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL
HEALTH TRUST FUND . . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM LOW INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND . .

245 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

246 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

247 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

248 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS CONTRACTED SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

249 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAID PEER REVIEW
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

250 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR HEALTH

251 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

252 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ............

253 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

254 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES TRUST
FUND ............ .. ....

DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

255 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION



256 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



-133,760











-3
-63,737


-30,211



-12
-197,474



-31,403




-53,546










-24
-1,098,677



-11,103


-188,603



-3,267



-125,000



-2,806




-500,000



-11
-226,530


-244,423



-329,268











-16,732



-40
-538,389



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
257 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

258 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CITIZEN ADVOCACY COMMITTEES AND ADVISORY
COUNCILS EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

-9,692 259 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

ECONOMIC SERVICES

260 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

261 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

262 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS FEDERAL EMERGENCY
-71,942 SHELTER GRANT PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

263 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .

53,546 AGING AND ADULT SERVICES

264 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

265 LUMP SUM
-500,000 ELDERLY AND ADULT SERVICES INITIATIVES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



-10,244

68,926
138,770

35,601



-2,000



-473,287




-12,205



-65
-373,750



-249,652





-2,433,477




-1,097,502





-49,287



-1,500,000



The proviso following Specific Appropriation 840A in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

266 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM DISPLACED HOMEMAKER TRUST FUND .
FROM MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES TRUST FUND .

ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

267 LUMP SUM
ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH
INITIATIVES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -250,000

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 863A in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

268 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS COMMUNITY SUBSTANCE
ABUSE SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -191,216

269 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM ALCOHOLISM RESOURCE LICENSING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTIONS

Effective February 1, 1992, funding for the Florida
Addictions Treatment Center in Avon Park is
eliminated.



270 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

271 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

272 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

273 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND



POSITIONS -77
. . .. -609,193


. . .. -12,338


. . -412,848


. . -7,930



274 FOOD PRODUCTS
1,215,455FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
1,215,455
275 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS CONTRACTED PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES

276 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT TRUST
FUND . . . . .



-68,056




-12,184



-178
-5,412,739



3,828,979



46



1,633,049





-373,750



-118,908





-2,433,477




-1,301,934



133,537
200,616



6,334
57,759














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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
277 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -34,000

278 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -727,725
FROM CHILD WELFARE TRAINING TRUST FUND .
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE TRAINING TRUST
FUND . . . . ..

279 LUMP SUM
CHILDREN AND YOUTH INITIATIVES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -1,500,000

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 889A in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

280 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS CHILD DAY CARE
FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT TRUST
FUND . . . .

281 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS CONTRACTED SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -646,842
FROM CHILD WELFARE TRAINING TRUST FUND .
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE TRAINING TRUST
FUND .. . . . ..

282 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE TRAINING TRUST
FUND . . . . .

CHILDREN AND YOUTH INSTITUTIONS

283 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -7,884

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

284 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -13,286

285 LUMP SUM
DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES INITIATIVES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -1,500,000

The proviso following Specific Appropriation 922A in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.



286 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL
TRAINING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

287 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES/MENTALLY
RETARDED COMMUNITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

288 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM INTERMEDIATE CARE
FACILITIES/MENTALLY RETARDED/GROUP
LIVING HOME REVOLVING TRUST FUND .. ..

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES INSTITUTIONS

289 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

290 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HEALTH SERVICES

291 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM COUNTY HEALTH UNIT TRUST FUND .

292 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COUNTY HEALTH UNIT TRUST FUND .

293 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
CONTRIBUTION TO COUNTY HEALTH UNITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



-109,231
373,703

-264,472



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
disposal systems.

294 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS EPILEPSY SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

295 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
KIDNEY DISEASE PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

296 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM EPILEPSY SERVICES TRUST FUND .

HEALTH TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL

297 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



The department shall provide the legislature with a
comprehensive report and recommendations by February
-3,8 979 10, 1992. The report shall address the future use
of the A. G. Holley Hospital and include
recommendations regarding time frames, tuberculosis
census projections, and resource requirements for
-420,773 closing the T.B. program at the hospital and
543,354 developing appropriate community-based programs.
The report shall also include a recommended budget
-122,581 reflecting the resource requirements for all
programs recommended to be located on the A. G.
Holley Hospital campus.

27,693 298 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
210,370
299 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND .

CHILDREN'S MEDICAL SERVICES

300 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

301 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CATASTROPHIC MEDICAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -1

302 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACTED SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



-1,964,070



1,964,070



-256,339



-309,347





14,994



-1,173,558




-118,455



1,173,558



-1,369,857



-28,172



-164,000



-2,808,857



Of the total funds in Specific Appropriation 293,
$1,275,000 in recurring general revenue is reduced
from the sewage disposal system program, and the
department is directed to promulgate rules to
increase fees to cover the cost of permitting and
inspecting septic tanks and other on site sewage



303 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MASTER CONTRACTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -1

304 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS REGIONAL PERINATAL
INTENSIVE CARE CENTER DEVELOPMENTAL
EVALUATION AND INTERVENTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT SERVICES

305 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -1
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

MEDICAID SERVICES

Funds in Specific Appropriations 306 through 336 are
reduced by $11,216,507 in Public Medical Assistance
Trust Fund, $13,515,789 in Medical Care Trust Fund
and $41,934 in Administrative Trust Fund to
eliminate the Medically Needy Program effective
April 1, 1992.

Funds in Specific Appropriations 306 through 336 are
reduced by $7,000,463 in Public Medical Assistance
Trust Fund, $7,741,762 in Medical Care Trust Fund
and $26,089 in Administrative Trust Fund to delay
the expansion of eligibility to pregnant women and
children with incomes up to and including 185% of
the federal poverty level to May 1, 1992. The
proviso following Specific Appropriation 1009 in
Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby repealed.

Funds in Specific Appropriations 306 through 336 are
reduced by $12,534,862 in Public Medical Assistance
Trust Fund, $15,060,034 in Medical Care Trust Fund
and $128,665 in Administrative Trust Fund to reduce
medicaid eligibility for services, except for the
Medicare Buy-in, for elderly or disabled persons
with incomes above 90% of the federal poverty level.

306 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

307 LUMP SUM
TRANSFER TO PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
TRUST FUND



47



-162,333



-20,371



79,928



-1,000
















16,061



69,265



12,722



.42,000



20,391



70,000





11,600




25,156



18,849



-209,906















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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -50,896,338

308 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ADULT DENTAL, VISUAL AND HEARING SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

309 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . ..



310 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EARLY AND PERIODIC SCREENING OF CHILDREN
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

311 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FAMILY PLANNING
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

312 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .........
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

313 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND. ...
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

314 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOME HEALTH SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND .. ....
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

315 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPICE SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND .. ......
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

316 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPITAL INPATIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

317 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPITAL INSURANCE BENEFITS
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

318 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

319 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RESPIRATORY THERAPY SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . ..

320 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAID FISCAL CONTRACT
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

321 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NURSE PRACTITIONER SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

322 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NURSING HOME CARE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .



-2,711,139



-422,161

-349,756



-473,260

-392,089



-160,003

-135,343



-20,438

-16,932



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
BIRTHING CENTER SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

324 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OTHER LAB AND X-RAY SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

325 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PATIENT TRANSPORTATION
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

326 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PERSONAL CARE SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

327 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PHYSICAL REHABILITATION THERAPY
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .



2,711,139 328 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PHYSICIAN SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
-1,699,882 FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . .. ................
-1,408,332 FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND .



-159,805

-133,636



-272,001

-225,350



-13,868,650













-905,702



-14,287,998



-31,541,251

-13,238,968



-535,931

-444,013




6,441,982

-8,091,496



-11,474

-9,985



-196,688

-88,900



-13,736

-11,506




-17,245,875



To implement the funding reduction in Specific
Appropriation 322, the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services is authorized to amend the
Medicaid Long-Term Reimbursement Plan to reduce
reimbursement to nursing home providers consistent
with the mandatory reserve reductions.

323 SPECIAL CATEGORIES



In Specific Appropriation 328 the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services is directed to
amend the Medicaid maximum allowable fee schedule
plan to implement the mandatory reserve reduction.
Funding for the increase of obstetrical fees for
Medicaid providers is reduced to reflect a delay in
the effective date of June 1, 1992.



329 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...

330 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PREPAID HEALTH PLANS/HEALTH MAINTENANCE
ORGANIZATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND ....

331 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PRESCRIBED MEDICINE/DRUGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

332 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PRIVATE DUTY NURSING SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

333 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RURAL HEALTH SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

334 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SPEECH THERAPY SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

335 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS REGIONAL PERINATAL
INTENSIVE CARE CENTER DISPROPORTIONATE
SHARE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

336 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICES
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND . . . ...



48



-767

-636



-63,354

-52,598



-1,683,849

-1,395,582



-112,541

-97,929



-78,424

-68,240



-14,955,303



-38,609,588

-17,210,300
-161,375



-70,633








-1,322,557








-8,388,710



-3,000,000



-109,689

-19,719





-2,041,025

-368,201
-6,051




8,388,710
-7,868,479

-6,545,599



-11,151

-9,704



-32,827

-27,867



-4,608

-4,009



3,000,000



-6,866

-5,976















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SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

337 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND . . . .

338 EXPENSES
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND .. .. ... .

FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL, DIVISION OF

339 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND .. ... .. ... .

340 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

341 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

342 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

343 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

DRIVER LICENSES, DIVISION OF

344 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION TRUST FUND

345 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

346 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

347 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF DRIVER LICENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

348 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
KIRKMAN DATA CENTER DEPARTMENT OF
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

MOTOR VEHICLES, DIVISION OF

349 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND . .. . ...

350 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION TRUST FUND

351 EXPENSES
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND . . . .

352 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND . . . .

353 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS PURCHASE OF LICENSE
PLATES
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND . . . .

354 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
KIRKMAN DATA CENTER DEPARTMENT OF
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND . . . .

KIREMAN DATA CENTER

355 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

356 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

357 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TAX COLLECTOR NETWORK COUNTY SYSTEMS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

JUDICIAL BRANCH

SUPREME COURT

358 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



FROM COURT EDUCATION TRUST FUND . .
FROM DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (DUI)



-3











-2,511,166




-100,000


-250,000


-300,000



-500,000




-300,000



-125,000


-60,000



-500,000




-500,000



-7






























-7



-7
-120,050



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
SCHOOL COORDINATION TRUST FUND . .
FROM MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION TRUST
FUND . . . . .

359 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COURT EDUCATION TRUST FUND . .
-44,003
360 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COURT EDUCATION TRUST FUND . .
-5,997
361 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

362 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
JUSTICE DATA CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
2,511,166
ADMINISTERED FUNDS JUDICIAL



300,000



363 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMPENSATION TO RETIRED JUDGES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -419,144

364 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS PAYMENT TO JURORS AND
WITNESSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -1,000,000

The proviso attached to Specific Appropriation 1161
in Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby
repealed.

JUSTICE DATA CENTER

365 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

DISTRICT COURTS OF APPEAL



366 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

367 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

368 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

369 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

370 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CIRCUIT COURTS

-189,539 371 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

-300,000 372 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

373 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
-158,461 CIRCUIT COURT LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

COUNTY COURTS
-33,000
374 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

375 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION FOR COUNTY JUDGES
-900,000 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMISSION

376 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

-1,180,166 377 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

378 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
-136,000



JUDICIAL QUALIFICATIONS COMMISSION

-364,000 379 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

380 EXPENSES
-1,180,166 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

OFFICE OF CAPITAL COLLATERAL REPRESENTATIVE



33,643



381 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

382 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REPRESENTATIVE



49



-11,440



-122,500



-20,254



-100,000



151,834

32,661



11,440



64,718



-100,000



-5
-116,207


-97,774


-35,600


-26,000



-10,500



-3
-122,926


-25,000



-8,000




-35,000



-150,000




-3,609


-5,000


-2,537




-1,753


-6,837



-1
-34,202


"-68,342














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 13, 1991



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
TRUST FUND .. . .......

STATE ATTORNEYS

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

The funding reductions of $4,603,643 from specific
appropriations 383 to 448 shall be recurring general
revenue reductions. Upon approval of the Executive
Office of the Governor, agencies shall be allowed
the flexibility to adjust appropriation categories
by the budget amendment process as provided in
Chapter 216.

383 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

384 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

385 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND . .

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

386 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

387 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

388 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

389 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

390 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

391 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ...

392 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNEYS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

393 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -3

394 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND . .

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

395 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

396 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -1

397 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND. ....
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND .....

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

398 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -3

399 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

400 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -



401 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND . .
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND . .

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

402 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

403 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND . .

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

404 SALARIES AND BENEFITS



90,901



93,923








13,339




-8,889


-5,000


22,904


10,000



11,000



10,000




23,193



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
29,259 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

405 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

406 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
SUPPORT TRUST FUND . . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

407 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
66,666 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

408 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

12,223 409 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

410 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

411 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

412 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND . .

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

413 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

414 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

415 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

416 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .

417 SPECIAL CATEGORIES



3,478



22,747



50,733









55,524


26,107



11,000



-179,016



TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND .



FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

418 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .
30,733 FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

419 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

420 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
2,614
1,421 421 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

422 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

423 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNEYS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

424 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
1,868 FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
504
425 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

426 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
155,543 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

427 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNEYS LAW LIBRARY
63 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

428 SALARIES AND BENEFITS



50



-96,732


-28,345




-257,660



143,043
33,413





28,215



37,292



2,317





35,000



28,228





57,402



6,000



20,000



-70,524



-52,292



-27,031



-22,000




-726,778



-169,437





-39,650


-10,036


-252,697



-12,349



-12,381


-36,100


"-15,000




-11,000



-7,348




-222,658



-25,000



-22,000



-15,000














December 13, 1991 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -58,265
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

429 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -4,769

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

430 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -281,568

431 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -25,000

432 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -75,000

433 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -30,000

434 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNEYS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -19,847

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

435 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -78,772

436 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -117,929

437 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -20,733

438 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND . .
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND . .

439 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -2,000

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

440 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -15,869

441 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -96,239

442 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND . .

443 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNEYS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -8,913

TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

444 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... -106,818

445 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -42,314

446 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -26,759

447 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND . .
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND . .

448 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNEYS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -26,554

PUBLIC DEFENDERS

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

The funding reductions of $2,465,357 from Specific
Appropriations 449 to 502 shall be recurring general
revenue reductions. Upon approval of the Executive
Office of the Governor, agencies shall be allowed
the flexibility to adjust appropriation categories
by the budget amendment process as provided in
Chapter 216.

449 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... -19,670

450 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 2,700

451 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... -71,837



452 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
30,000
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

453 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

454 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

455 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

456 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

457 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

458 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

459 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

460 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

461 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

462 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

2,087 463 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

464 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

465 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

466 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
360
467 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

468 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

469 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

470 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

471 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

22,426 472 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
3,556 PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

473 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

474 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

475 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

476 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

477 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

478 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



479 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...



51



-10,000




-109,952




-6,189


-26,600




-111,067


-10,000


-10,000



-15,000



-27,988


-27,680


-6,140



-7,000




-201,694




-55,697


-5,000


-54,938


-14,500



-6.000




-36,202


-27,765



-5,000




-72,528


-5,000


-15,000



-11,000



-5,000




-102,246


-40,507














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 13, 1991



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

480 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

481 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

482 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

483 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

484 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

485 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

486 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

487 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

488 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

489 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

490 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

491 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

492 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

493 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

494 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

495 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

496 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

497 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC DEFENDERS LAW LIBRARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

498 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

499 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

500 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

501 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ............

502 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ............

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION, DIVISION OF

503 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF



STAFF SERVICES, DIVISION OF

504 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS



-297,925


-35,000


-15,000



-15,000




-91,844




-194,600




-49,719




-40,256


-42,000


-75,000


-40,000



-16,008




-16,486


-14,197



-7,000




-157,293



-28,010



-12,000




-76,569




-38,822


-20,156




-27,043


-35,529







-1,166,967



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

505 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

506 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS, DIVISION OF

507 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

508 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

509 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

510 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS AND TRAINING, DIVISION
OF

511 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS, DIVISION OF

512 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

513 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

514 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
LAW ENFORCEMENT DATA CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LAW ENFORCEMENT DATA CENTER

515 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

516 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

517 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE, DIVISION OF

518 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

519 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

520 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LEGAL AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF, AND ATTORNEY GENERAL

OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

521 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

522 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

523 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS ASSISTANCE TO CITIZEN
CRIME PREVENTION ORGANIZATIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

524 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS ASSISTANCE FOR CRIME
PREVENTION IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ............

OFFICE OF STATEWIDE PROSECUTION

525 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

SENATE

526 LUMP SUM
SENATE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



527 LUMP SUM
HOUSE



-4



52



-123,694


-68,848



-1,560



-4
-296,096


-233,032



-277,983



-5,546



115,122



-6
-150,577


-24,353



1,520,738



-2



-63,742



-291,775


-1,165,221



-5
-217,110


-59,108



-1,560





-11
-866,033



324,339



-125,865




-3,643




-9,631




-81,063







-1,560,043














December 13, 1991 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

JOINT MANAGEMENT

528 LUMP SUM
JLMC
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES COMMITTEE

529 LUMP SUM
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE
COMMITTEE

530 LUMP SUM
IRC
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

COMMISSION ON JUVENILE JUSTICE

531 LUMP SUM
JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM BOBBY M
ASSESSMENT AND CONTINUUM IMPLEMENTATION,
PHASE- IN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS, ADVISORY COUNCIL ON

532 LUMP SUM
ACIR
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

OFFICE OF PUBLIC COUNSEL

533 LUMP SUM
PUBLIC COUNSEL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ETHICS, COMMISSION ON

534 LUMP SUM
ETHICS COMMISSION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

AUDITOR GENERAL

535 LUMP SUM
AUDITOR GENERAL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

AUDITING COMMITTEE

536 LUMP SUM
AUDITING COMMITTEE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LOTTERY, DEPARTMENT OF THE

537 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INSTANT TICKET PURCHASE
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

538 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ONLINE GAMES CONTRACT
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

539 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
FUND
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COMMISSIONERS ON UNIFORM
STATE LAWS

540 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES



541 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND



542 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

STATE LANDS, DIVISION OF

543 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

MARINE RESOURCES, DIVISION OF

544 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

545 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

546 EXPENSES



-2,470,950



-1,135,111



-56,997



-23,936



-14,608





-33,846





-137,281





-60,236





-1,878,513



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

547 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

BEACHES AND SHORES, DIVISION OF

548 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF

549 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

550 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

RECREATION AND PARKS, DIVISION OF

551 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LAW ENFORCEMENT, DIVISION OF

552 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PATROL
VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PAROLE COMMISSION



553 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

554 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

555 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND



POSITIONS
o .



556 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

557 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
LAW ENFORCEMENT DATA CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION



558 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

559 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND



-13,546



-2,510



... -51,500



-2,000




-13,820




-279,577



-5,000



53



-55,132


-42,000




-182,334




-4,016


-29,609




-65,048






-359,000



-5
-89,511


-21,000


-122,077


-32,500



-2,562



POSITIONS -4
. . -146,797


. . -41,686



560 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LITIGATION EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

-1,600,000 AD VALOREM TAX, DIVISION OF
561 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUND . .
-4,500,000 562 EXPENSES

FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUND . .

563 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
6,100,000 COUNTY TAX FORMS
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUND . .

AUDITS, DIVISION OF

564 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

565 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

566 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
REVENUE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

COLLECTION AND ENFORCEMENT, DIVISION OF

567 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

568 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

569 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

570 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
REVENUE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SERVICES, DIVISION OF

571 EXPENSES



-20,000



-3



-45,000


-8,434



-8,000



-2
-71,204


-104,450


-17,719



-30,000



-136,259


-37,500



-160,000














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 13, 1991



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

572 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
REVENUE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE, DIVISION OF

573 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TAX PROCESSING, DIVISION OF

574 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

575 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

576 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

577 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
REVENUE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

STATE, DEPARTMENT OF, AND SECRETARY OF STATE

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

578 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

579 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ELECTIONS, DIVISION OF

580 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

581 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HISTORICAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF

582 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MUSEUM OF FLORIDA HISTORY TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

583 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES, DIVISION OF

584 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM LIBRARY SERVICES TRUST FUND . .

585 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

586 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

587 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LIBRARY RESOURCES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CULTURAL AFFAIRS, DIVISION OF

588 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

589 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS ARTS GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

590 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS STATE TOURING PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HISTORIC PRESERVATION BOARDS

HISTORIC PENSACOLA PRESERVATION BOARD

591 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HISTORIC ST AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD

592 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

HISTORIC TALLAHASSEE PRESERVATION BOARD

593 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



HISTORIC FLORIDA KEYS PRESERVATION BOARD

594 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS



-50,000



-6,000




-194,000




-15,000


-67,400


-3,095



-102,623






-7
-135,909


-16,298



-2
-25,354


-78,306



-3
-81,008





-77,456




-24,320



"-981


-21,369



-89,648



.1
-11,415



-17,781



-150,000





-1
-29,748



-2
-33,110





-9,410



-1



SECTION 1

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HISTORIC TAMPA/HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PRESERVATION
BOARD

595 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HISTORIC PALM BEACH COUNTY PRESERVATION BOARD

596 SALARIES AND BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

HISTORIC BROWARD COUNTY PRESERVATION BOARD OF
TRUSTEES

597 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .



-6,785




-1
-7,035




.6,459






-513



RINGLING MUSEUM OF ART, BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
JOHN AND MABLE

598 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS -7
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . -125,049

From the funds provided in Specific Appropriation
598, the Department shall begin planning for the
phase out of General Revenue funds which support the
operations of the Ringling Museum of Art beginning
in Fiscal Year 1992-93.

VETERANS' AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

599 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS -4
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -62,055
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

600 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. -74,779
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .



11,612
24,019



24,320



601 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

602 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND FOR
ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .........

TOTAL OF SECTION 1 POSITIONS

FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . .

FROM TRUST FUNDS .. . ......

TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. . .......



SECTION 2 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY

HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

CHILDREN'S MEDICAL SERVICES

603 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
CHILDREN'S MEDICAL SERVICES CLINICS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TOTAL OF SECTION 2A

FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . .

TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. . .......



SECTION 2B AGENCY MANAGED CONSTRUCTION

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY

604 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
TRANSFER TO HOMEOWNERSHIP ASSISTANCE TRUST
FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
7,519 OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION

605 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE
SERVICES FIXED CAPITAL NEEDS FOR CENTRALLY
MANAGED FACILITIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF



-8,601




-69,006

-1,908

-509,351,490



-123,732,010

-633,083,500



-400,000



-400,000



-400,000



-130,304









-200,000



54



6,459






513


















-11,949



-57,057












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SECTION 2B
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
STATE LANDS, DIVISION OF
606 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
DEBT SERVICE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
MARINE RESOURCES, DIVISION OF
607 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
NECROPSY FACILITY PORT MANATEE
FROM SAVE THE MANATEE TRUST FUND ..
608 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
NECROPSY FACILITY
FROM SAVE THE MANATEE TRUST FUND ..
TOTAL OF SECTION 2B
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . .
TOTAL ALL FUNDS ..............



-50,000



-380,304



SECTION 6
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
recipients, and to urge the Health Care Financing Administration to
release information to enable the department to reduce unnecessary state
expenditures.



SECTION 7. Any Section of this act, or any Specific Appropriation
herein contained, if found to be invalid or vetoed by the Governor
without overriding action of the Legislature shall in no way affect
5,000 other Sections or Specific Appropriations contained in this act.



175,000



-380,304



SECTION 8. This act shall take effect upon becoming law.



TOTAL THIS GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT POSITIONS



-1,908



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . -513,334,832
FROM TRUST FUNDS ..............
TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. ............



-123,732,010
-637,066,842



SECTION 2G GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF



609 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
GRANTS AND AIDS TRANSFER TO SWIM TRUST
FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
STATE, DEPARTMENT OF, AND SECRETARY OF STATE
HISTORICAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF
610 GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
GRANTS AND AIDS SPECIAL CATEGORIES -
ACQUISITION, RESTORATION OF HISTORIC
PROPERTIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES, DIVISION OF
611 GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
GRANTS AND AIDS LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION
GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ....
CULTURAL AFFAIRS, DIVISION OF
612 GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
GRANTS AND AIDS SPECIAL CATEGORIES -
CULTURAL FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
TOTAL OF SECTION 2G
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . .
TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. . .......



-3,021,952








-73,413



-34,260



-73,413



-3,203,038



SECTION 3. From the unexpended balances of the following proje
the Executive Office of the Governor shall place the amounts indic
in Mandatory Reserve:
1. Specific Appropriation 2058B of Chapter 89-253
Laws of Florida............. $5,832
2. Specific Appropriation 1883B of Chapter 88-555
Laws of Florida............ $896,654
3. Specific Appropriation 1883H of Chapter 88-555
Laws of Florida............ $7,703
4. Specific Appropriation 1924B of Chapter 87-98
Laws of Florida............ $18,239



SECTION 4. Section 5 of Chapter 91-193, Laws of Florida, is hereby
repealed.



SECTION 5. The proviso following Specific Appropriation 239 in Chapter
91-193, Laws of Florida, which authorizes a pilot program for the sale
of lottery tickets in one of Florida's Welcome Stations, is hereby
repealed.



SECTION 6. The Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services is
directed to use all possible efforts to pursue third-party liability
from Medicare HMOs who enroll dually-eligible Medicare/Medicaid



Conference Committee Amendment 2-In title, on page 1, strike
everything before the enacting clause and insert:

An act making appropriations; amending appropriations in fiscal year
1991-92 and other appropriations in prior fiscal years; providing moneys
for the annual period beginning July 1, 1991 and ending June 30, 1992, to
pay salaries, and other expenses, capital outlay buildings, and other
improvements, and for other specified purposes of the various agencies of
state government; providing an effective date.

On motion by Rep. Saunders, the Report of the Conference Committee
on SB 16-D was accepted in its entirety.

The question recurred on the passage of SB 16-D. The vote was:

Yeas-95



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
-3,203,038 Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
cts, Clemons
ated
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
Deutsch
Feeney
Figg
Nays-18



De Grandy
Diaz-Balart
Garcia
Gutman
Hanson



Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Hafner
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Holland
Holzendorf
Ireland
Jamerson
Jennings


Hawkes
Hoffmann
Langton
Lombard
Mims



Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl
Kelly
King
Laurent
Lawson
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
McEwan
Mishkin
Mitchell
Morse
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Rayson



Mortham
Pruitt
Rojas
Simon
Simone



Reaves
Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Safley
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Stone
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Viscusi
Wallace
Wise
Young




Starks
Thomas
Valdes



Pair Vote

I am paired with Rep. Sanderson on the passage of SB 16-D. If she were
present, she would vote "Yea" and I would vote "Nay."

Representative Francis L. "Chance" Irvine
District 21



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Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Brown
Yeas to Nays-Harden
So the bill passed, as amended by the Conference Committee Report.
The action, together with SB 16-D and Conference Committee Report
thereon, was immediately certified to the Senate.

Conference Committee Report on SB 18-D
On motion by Rep. Saunders, the House took up the following Report
on the Conference Committee on SB 18-D:



The Honorable Gwen Margolis
President of the Senate



December 12, 1991



The Honorable T. K. Wetherell
Speaker, House of Representatives
Dear Madam and Sir:
Your Conference Committee on the disagreeing votes of the two houses
on the House amendments to Senate Bill 18-D, same being:
An act relating to implementing the appropriations acts for fiscal year
1991-1992
having met, and after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend
and do recommend to their respective Houses, as follows:
1. That the House recede from its amendments 1 and 2.
2. That the Senate and the House of Representatives adopt the
Conference Committee amendments attached hereto, and by reference
made a part of this report.



Winston W. Gardner, Chairman
Vincent Michael Bruner
W. D. Childers
Helen Gordon Davis
Lincoln Diaz-Balart (ns)
Bob Johnson
George Kirkpatrick
John McKay
Carrie P. Meek
James A. Scott
Karen Thurman
Eleanor Weinstock
Quillian Yancey
















Managers on the part of the
Senate



Ron Saunders, Vice Chairman
George Albright
Jack Ascherl
Corrine Brown
Bill Clark
David Flagg
Michael Friedman
Rodolfo Garcia, Jr.
Elaine Gordon
Alberto Gutman
Lars A. Hafner
Mary Ellen Hawkins
Edward J. Healey
Betty S. Holzendorf
Timothy F. Ireland
James E. King, Jr.
Alfred J. Lawson, Jr.
Ray Liberti
John Long
Sam Mitchell
Luis C. Morse
Buzz Ritchie
Luis E. Rojas (ns)
Hurley W. Rudd
Debby P. Sanderson
Ronald A. Silver
Frank Stone
Carlos L. Valdes
Managers on the part of the
House of Representatives



Conference Committee Amendment 1-Strike everything after the
enacting clause and insert:
Section 1. Notwithstanding section 409.903(5), Florida Statutes, as
created by section 32 of chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, funds to
implement Medicaid coverage for pregnant women and for children under
age 1 with incomes above 150 percent up to and including 185 percent of
the most current federal poverty level are effective May 1, 1992.



Section 2. Notwithstanding section 409.905(5), Florida Statutes, as
created by section 34 of chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, funding for
Medicaid reimbursement of inpatient hospital services in excess of 45 days
is eliminated, and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
is authorized to use county contributions for Medicaid to fund the state's
share of other hospital-related services.
Section 3. Notwithstanding section 409.908(12)(a), Florida Statutes, as
created by section 37 of chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, funding for
Medicaid physician fees is reduced, and the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services is directed to amend the Medicaid maximum
allowable fee schedule plan to implement the mandatory reserve reduction.
Section 4. Notwithstanding section 409.908(2)(b), Florida Statutes, as
created by section 37 of chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, the Department
of Health and Rehabilitative Services is authorized to amend the Medicaid
Long-Term Care Reimbursement Plan to reduce reimbursement to
nursing home providers consistent with the mandatory reserve reductions.
Section 5. Notwithstanding section 409.908(12)(b), Florida Statutes, as
created by section 37 of chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, funding for the
increase of obstetrical fees for Medicaid providers are to be effective June
1, 1992.
Section 6. Notwithstanding section 63.092(2), Florida Statutes, the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services is not required to
perform preliminary home studies in any situation of independent
adoption.
Section 7. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Comptroller
shall release the total amount of the approved budgets and distribute the
funds appropriated in Administered Funds to the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court for the following budget entities: the Supreme Court,
Judicial Administered Funds, the Justice Data Center, the district courts
of appeal, the circuit courts, the county courts, the Judicial Qualifications
Commission, and the Capital Collateral Representative. In addition, the
Chief Justice may approve changes in the original approved budget and
schedule of releases to the extent specified in section 216.292(2), Florida
Statutes, for such budget entities, to distribute lump-sum appropriations
and to receive grants, donations, and federal funds. Public defenders, state
attorneys, and the Judicial Administrative Commission shall be considered
state agencies for the purpose of actions taken pursuant to chapter 216,
Florida Statutes.
Section 8. Notwithstanding section 24.121, Florida Statutes, the
Comptroller shall transfer from the Administrative Trust Fund of the
Department of the Lottery to the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund
those moneys appropriated for transfer in the December 1991
supplemental appropriations act.
Section 9. Notwithstanding any provision of law, the Comptroller shall
transfer from the Working Capital Fund and specified trust funds to the
General Revenue Fund those moneys appropriated for transfer in the
December 1991 supplemental appropriations act. In addition, the
Comptroller shall transfer a sufficient amount from the Working Capital
Fund to the General Revenue Fund to offset any vetoes made by the
Governor.
Section 10. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, the state
employee pay raises authorized in chapter 91-272, Laws of Florida,
excluding pay raises for employees in the professional health care unit,
shall be reduced by $8,000,000 in general revenue and become effective
February 15, 1992. Pay raises for employees in the professional health care
unit were authorized by the 1991 Legislature to become effective December
1, 1991.
Section 11. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Dog Fly
Program and the Mosquito Control Program are hereby transferred from
the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services by a type 4 transfer,
as defined in section 20.06, Florida Statutes, to the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Inspection.
Section 12. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the John A.
Mulrennan Laboratory is hereby transferred from the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services by a type 4 transfer, as defined in



section 20.06, Florida Statutes, to the Division of Universities, Florida
Agricultural and Mechanical University.



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Section 13. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 230.33(7),
Florida Statutes, to the contrary, for the 1992-1993 school year,
nominations for the reappointment of supervisors, principals, and
instructional personnel shall be submitted in writing to the school board
no later than 3 weeks before the close of the postschool conference period.
Section 14. Effective for the period December 16, 1991, through June
30, 1992, notwithstanding any law to the contrary, any vacant position,
except a position in the Educational and General Budget Entity and in the
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind, shall only be filled if it is vital
to accomplishing the mission of the organization or would cause the loss
of federal funding for the position or the program. Only the agency head,
or the Chief Justice in the case of the judicial branch and not his designee,
has the authority to determine which positions are vital and if those
positions are to be filled. Agency heads or the Chief Justice may fill any
vacant position by transfer of existing full-time employees from within the
same organization. Vacant positions may not be supplemented by the
hiring of OPS employees or consultants. For purposes of this section, the
term "agency head" means the Governor, a Cabinet member, an agency
secretary, an executive director, the Chancellor of the State University
System, the Director of the Division of Community Colleges, and each state
attorney and public defender. Every other month, each agency head and
the Chief Justice shall submit a report to the President of the Senate, the
Speaker of the House of Representatives, the minority leader of the Senate,
and the minority leader of the House of Representatives detailing the
number of vacant positions and those positions that have been filled or for
which approval has been given to fill such positions from December 16,
1991, through June 30, 1992. The report format shall be developed by the
Department of Administration and shall be used by all entities. Included
in this report shall be a detailed description of any position filled, a detailed
explanation as to the reason such position was considered vital, what
federal funding would have been lost if such position were not filled, the
salary authorized in filling such position, and the savings accruing to the
organization from maintaining vacant positions.
Section 15. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 39 of chapter 91-
282, Laws of Florida, the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services shall use audited Medicaid cost reports for reporting periods
ended in calendar year 1988 for the regular disproportionate share program
(section 409.911, Florida Statutes) for state fiscal year 1991-1992. For those
hospitals with more than 30,000 Medicaid days in their 1988 audited
Medicaid cost report, the department shall add 28 points to the
disproportionate share percentage for those hospitals with a
disproportionate share rate greater than 60 percent and 5.5 points to the
disproportionate share percentage for those hospitals with a
disproportionate share rate greater than 50 percent but less than 60
percent.
Section 16. Notwithstanding section 409.908(3)(c), Florida Statutes, as
created by section 37 of chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, or section
409.906(7), Florida Statutes, as created by section 35 of chapter 91-282,
Laws of Florida, funding for Medicaid coverage of chiropractic services is
eliminated.
Section 17. Notwithstanding section 409.904(2), Florida Statutes, as
created by section 33 of chapter 91-282, Laws of Florida, funding to provide
Medicaid coverage to the group known as the "medically needy" is
eliminated effective April 1, 1992.
Section 18. It is the intent of the Legislature that the implementing
and administering provisions of this act apply to the December 1991
supplemental appropriations act.
Section 19. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 409.903(8),
Florida Statutes, as created by section 32 of chapter 91-282, Laws of
Florida, funds to continue Medicaid eligibility for services, except for
Medicare buy-in, for elderly or disabled persons with incomes greater than
90 percent but equal to or less than 100 percent of the most current federal
poverty level are eliminated.
Section 20. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 396.052(1)(d),
Florida Statutes, or any other provision of law to the contrary, the Florida
Addictions Treatment Center at Avon Park in Highlands County shall



continue as a treatment, training, and research center operated by the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, contingent on specific
appropriations for such purposes being made by the Legislature.



December 13, 1991



the Working Capital Fund; providing for the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles to transfer certain moneys to the Working
Capital Fund; providing an effective date and an expiration date.
On motion by Rep. Saunders, the Report of the Conference Committee
on SB 18-D was accepted in its entirety.



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Section 21. Notwithstanding the provisions of chapters 145 and 230,
Florida Statutes, to the contrary, the annual salary calculation of all county
constitutional officers shall not be mandatory and may be reduced on a
voluntary basis.
Section 22. Notwithstanding the provisions of chapters 236 and 237,
Florida Statutes, general revenue provided to the categorical programs in
specific appropriations 510A, 511A, and 513 of chapter 91-193, Laws of
Florida, may be shifted by the school districts from each of those
categorical programs, in up to the same percentage each that general
revenue is reduced in the December 1991 supplemental appropriations act,
to be spent with funds provided by specific appropriation 509 of chapter
91-193, Laws of Florida, for the Florida Educational Finance Program
without audit criticism or the need to replace such funds in subsequent
fiscal years.
Section 23. Notwithstanding section 288.063, Florida Statutes, $5
million shall be transferred from the Economic Development
Transportation Trust Fund in the Department of Commerce to the
Working Capital Fund.
Section 24. Pursuant to the provisions of section 12 of chapter 91-79,
Laws of Florida, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
shall transfer from the Law Enforcement Trust Fund to the Working
Capital Fund by January 1, 1992, funds totaling $5.2 million, which is the
excess of the actual 1990-1991 fiscal year deficit in the Law Enforcement
Trust Fund.
Section 25. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law. This act
shall expire and be void and inoperative on July 1, 1992.
Conference Committee Amendment 2-In title, strike everything
before the enacting clause and insert: A bill to be entitled An act relating
to implementing the appropriations acts for fiscal year 1991-1992;
providing for Medicaid coverage for certain pregnant women and children
under age 1; eliminating funding for Medicaid coverage for certain hospital
inpatient services, for increased obstetrical fees, for chiropractic services,
and to the "medically needy"; directing the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services to use county contributions to fund the state's
share of other hospital-related services; reducing funding for Medicaid
physician fees; requiring the department to amend the allowable fee
schedule to implement the mandatory reserve reduction; providing for
reduction of reimbursement to nursing home providers; eliminating the
department's responsibility to perform preliminary home studies in
independent adoptions; prescribing the duties of the Comptroller and the
powers of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court with respect to the
budget for the judicial branch; authorizing transfer of moneys from the
lottery Administrative Trust Fund to the Educational Enhancement Trust
Fund; providing for transfer of moneys from certain trust funds to general

revenue; reducing moneys for state employee pay raises and postponing the
effective date of the raises; transferring the Dog Fly Program and the
Mosquito Control Program from the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services; transferring the John A. Mulrennan Laboratory from the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to Florida A & M
University; providing for nominations for the reappointment of
supervisors, principals, and instructional personnel; prescribing
limitations on the filling of vacant positions within executive branch
agencies and the judicial branch; requiring reports with respect to filling
vacant positions; prescribing the manner by which the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services is to calculate amounts due hospitals
under the disproportionate share program; declaring legislative intent;
providing for the continuation of the Florida Addictions Treatment Center
in Avon Park; providing that annual salary calculations of county
constitutional officers are not mandatory and may be voluntarily forgone;
authorizing school districts to shift certain general revenue moneys
provided for categorical programs; eliminating funds to continue Medicaid
eligibility for certain elderly or disabled persons; transferring certain
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The question recurred on the passage of SB 18-D. The vote was:



Yeas-98
The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
Deutsch
Feeney
Figg
Nays-17
De Grandy
Diaz-Balart
Garcia
Hanson
Harden



Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Holland
Holzendorf
Ireland
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo


Hawkes
Hoffmann
Langton
Lombard
Mims



Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl
Kelly
King
Laurent
Lawson
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
McEwan
Mishkin
Mitchell
Morse
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Rayson
Reaves


Mortham
Pruitt
Rojas
Simone
Starks



Pair Vote
I am paired with Rep. Sanderson on the passage of SB 18-D. If she were
present, she would vote "Yea" and I would vote "Nay."
Representative Francis L. "Chance" Irvine
District 21
So the bill passed, as amended by the Conference Committee Report.
The action, together with SB 18-D and Conference Committee Report
thereon, was immediately certified to the Senate.

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
admitted for introduction and consideration by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed CS/CS/HB 33-D, with
amendments, and requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

CS/CS/HB 33-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state
employees; amending s. 110.109, F.S.; revising provisions relating to
productivity improvement and personnel audits of the executive branch
agencies; creating s. 110.1099, F.S.; providing for education and training
opportunities for state employees; amending s. 110.112, F.S.; providing for
the primary responsibilities of the affirmative action-equal employment
opportunity officer; revising dates with respect to the plan; amending s.
110.107, F.S.; defining the term "furlough"; creating s. 110.1225, F.S.;
providing for furloughs; amending s. 110.123, F.S.; revising provisions with
respect to the state group insurance program to provide for the payment
of premiums for employees granted certain leaves of absence; amending s.
110.201, F.S.; revising provisions relating to personnel rules, records, and
reports; amending s. 110.203, F.S.; providing definitions; amending s.
110.205, F.S.; revising provisions relating to exemptions from the Career
Service System; transferring certain responsibilities from the department
to employing agencies; amending s. 110.207, F.S.; revising provisions



Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rudd
Rush
Safley
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Stone
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Viscusi
Wallace
Wise
Young




Thomas
Valdes



Section 3. Paragraphs (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), and (g) of subsection (2) of
section 110.112, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:



relating to the classification plan; amending s. 110.209, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to the pay plan; amending s. 110.211, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to recruitment; amending s. 110.213, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to selection; amending s. 110.217, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to appointments and promotion; amending s. 110.219,
F.S.; providing for cooperation and consultation with the agencies with
respect to rules governing attendance and leave; amending s. 110.221, F.S.;
providing for parental or family medical leave; amending s. 110.227, F.S.;
revising provisions relating to suspensions, dismissals, reductions in pay,
demotions, layoffs, furloughs, and transfers; providing legislative intent;
providing for training; requiring all agencies to report to the Department
of Administration with respect to training programs; providing for
evaluations; amending s. 447.207, F.S.; prescribing the powers and duties
of the Public Employees Relations Commission with respect to appeals by
permanent employees in the Career Service System; repealing s. 1 of ch.
91-164, Laws of Florida; abrogating the repeal of part II of chapter 110,
F.S.; providing legislative intent; providing for rules; providing for
implementation of act to be collectively bargained; providing hiring
procedures; providing an effective date.

Senate Amendment 1--Strike everything after the enacting clause
and insert:
Section 1. Subsection (1) of section 110.109, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
110.109 Productivity improvement and personnel audits of executive
branch agencies.-The department shall be responsible for conducting
personnel audits of all executive branch agencies, except the State
University System, to provide as follows:
(1) In order to provide for the improvement of productivity and human
resources management, the department shall have the authority to conduct
agency personnel administration and management reviews to assist
agencies in identifying areas of recommended improvement. Such reviews
shall be conducted in cooperation with the internal auditor of the
employing agency so as to ascertain the operational necessity and
effectiveness of agency personnel programs and human resource
management. A copy of any such reviews made by the department shall be
submitted to the Legislature and the Auditor General.
Section 2. Section 110.1099, Florida Statutes, is created to read:
110.1099 Education and training opportunities for state employees.-
(1) Education and training are an integral component in improving the
delivery of services to the public. Recognizing that the application of
productivity-enhancing technology and practice demand continuous
educational and training opportunities, state employees may be authorized
to receive tuition waivers on a space-available basis or vouchers to attend
work-related courses at public universities.
(2) The Department of Administration, in conjunction with the
agencies, shall request that such institutions provide evening and weekend
programs for state employees. When evening and weekend training and
educational programs are not available, employees may be authorized,
when courses are job-related, to take paid time off during their regular
working hours.
(3) Employees who exhibit superior aptitude and performance may be
authorized to take paid educational leaves of absence for up to 1 academic
year at a time, for specific approved work-related education and training.
(4) Such employees must enter into contracts to return to state
employment for a period of time equal to the length of the leave of absence
or refund salary and benefits paid during their educational leaves of
absence.
(5) The Department of Administration, in consultation with the
agencies and Florida's public postsecondary educational institutions, shall
adopt rules to implement and administer this section. However,
educational leave of absence may not be approved unless the Legislature
has provided specific funding to the agency for employees participating in
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110.112 Affirmative action; equal employment opportunity.-
(2)
(b) Each executive agency shall establish annual goals for ensuring full
utilization of groups underrepresented in the work force of the executive
agencies as compared to the relevant geographic recruitment area, as
defined by the department available labor market in the state. Each
executive agency shall design its affirmative action plan to meet its
established goals.
(c) An affirmative action-equal employment opportunity officer shall
be appointed by the head of each executive agency. The affirmative action-
equal employment opportunity officer's primary responsibility shall be
to determine annual goals, monitor agency compliance, and provide
consultation to managers regarding progress, deficiencies, and
appropriate corrective action.
(d) Each executive agency shall submit its affirmative action plan and
annual goals to the department on or before October July 1 of each year
fer approval.
(e) The department shall report on or before February Oeteber 1 of
each year to the Governor on the implementation, continuance, updating,
and results of each executive agency's affirmative action plan for the
previous fiscal year.
(f) The department shall provide to all supervisory personnel in the
executive agencies training in the principles of equal employment
opportunity and affirmative action, the development and implementation
of affirmative action plans, and the establishment of annual affirmative
action goals. The department may contract for training services, and each
participating agency shall reimburse the department for costs incurred
through such contract. The department may approve and may delegate
this training to the executive agencies.
(g) By December 1, 1989, Each executive agency shall submit to the
department, as a part of its annual training plan, a list of a-plean fr
ensuring that supervisory personnel receive the training provided pursuant
to paragrap. h I(f). Such plan must identify the individuals to be trained
pursuant to paragraph (f) and the time period within which the training
will be provided.
Section 4. Subsection (3) is added to section 110.107, Florida Statutes,
to read:
110.107 Definitions.-As used in this chapter, unless the context
otherwise requires:
(3) "Furlough" means a temporary reduction in the regular hours of
employment in a pay period, or temporary leave without pay for one or
more pay periods, with a commensurate reduction in pay, necessitated by
a projected deficit in any fund that supports salary and benefit
appropriations. The deficit must be projected by the Revenue Estimating
Conference pursuant to s. 216.136(3).
Section 5. Section 110.1225, Florida Statutes, is created to read:
110.1225 Furloughs.-When a deficit is projected by the Revenue
Estimating Conference pursuant to s. 216.136(3), in any fund that supports
salary and benefit appropriations, the Administration Commission may
propose a furlough plan to the Legislature, which must approve or
disapprove such plan. The plan must identify all affected positions and
ensure that all affected employees are subject to the same reduction of
hours for the same number of pay periods with a commensurate reduction
in pay.
Section 6. Paragraph (a) of subsection (4) of section 110.123, Florida
Statutes, is amended to read:
110.123 State group insurance program.--
(4) PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS; CONTRIBUTION BY STATE;
LIMITATION ON ACTIONS TO PAY AND COLLECT PREMIUMS.-
(a) Except as provided in paragraph (e) with respect to law
enforcement and correctional officers, legislative authorization through the
appropriations act shall be required for payment by a state agency of any
part of the premium cost of participation in any group insurance plan.



However, the state contribution for full-time employees or part-time
permanent employees shall continue in the respective proportions for up



to 6 months for any such officer or employee who has been granted an
approved parental or medical leave of absence without pay.
Section 7. Subsections (1) and (2) of section 110.201, Florida Statutes,
are amended to read:
110.201 Personnel rules, records, and reports.-
(1) The department shall develop and administer the establishment of
uniform personnel rules, guidelines, records, and reports relating to
employees and positions in the career service. In addition, the department,
when appropriate, shall develop model personnel rules which may be used
by employing agencies. In adopting such rules, the department must
consult with the agencies.
(a) The department shall develop uniform forms and instructions to be
used in reporting transactions which involve changes in an employee's
salary, status, performance, leave, fingerprint record, loyalty oath, payroll
change, appointment action, or any additional transactions as the
department may deem appropriate.
(b) It shall be the responsibility of the employing agency to maintain
these records and all other records and reports prescribed in applicable
rules on a current basis.
(2) Each employing agency shall operate within the uniform personnel
rules promulgated by the department pursuant to the provisions of this
chapter. Each employing agency shall adopt rules as necessary to
implement the provisions of this part and the provisions of the rules of the
department, but such rules shall not prescribe any personnel policies
inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter or the rules of the
department. Neither the rules of the department nor the rules of an
employing agency shall include any benefits for career service employees
which are in excess of, or in addition to, those authorized by this chapter.
Section 8. Subsections (5), (10), (11), (18), (19), (21), (22), and (23) of
section 110.203, Florida Statutes, are amended, and subsection (27) is
added to that section, to read:
110.203 Definitions.-For the purpose of this part and the personnel
affairs of the state:
(5) "Class of positions" means all positions which are sufficiently
similar in knowledge, skills, and abilities, and sufficiently similar as to
kind or subject matter of work, level of difficulty or responsibilities, and
qualification requirements of the work to warrant the same treatment as
to title, pay range, and other personnel transactions.
(10) "Classification plan" means a formal description of doeeument
,which frm-ally describe the concepts, rules, a. regulation and class
specifications used utilized in the classification and reclassification of
positions in the career service.
(11) "Pay plan" means a formal description of document which
formally describes the philosophy, methods, procedures, and salary
schedule for competitively compensating employees at market-based rates
for work performed.
(18) "Promotion" means moving an employee from a position in one
class to a different position in another class having a greater degree of
responsibility and a hig her maimum salary.
(19) "Demotion" means moving an employee from a position in one
class to a different position in another class having a lesser degree of
responsibility and a lower maximum salary.
(21) "Reassignment" means moving an employee from a position in one
class to a different position in the same class or a different class having the
same degree of responsibility and the came maximum salary.
(22) "Dismissal" means a disciplinary the action taken by an agency
against an employee resulting in termination of his employment for a
violation of agency standards or for cause pursuant to s. 110.227 to
separate him from the career service.
(23) "Suspension" means a disciplinary the action taken by an agency
against an employee to temporarily relieve him of his duties and place him
on leave without pay for violation of agency standards or for cause
pursuant to s. 110.227.



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Section 9. Paragraphs (h), (k), (m), (p), and (s) of subsection (2) and
subsections (4), (5), and (6) of section 110.205, Florida Statutes, are
amended to read:
110.205 Career service; exemptions.-
(2) EXEMPT POSITIONS.-The exempt positions which are not
covered by this part include the following, provided that no position,
except for positions established for a limited period of time pursuant to
paragraph (h), shall be exempted if the position reports to a position in the
career service:
(h) All positions which are established for a limited period of time for
the purpose of conducting a special study, project, or investigation and any
person paid from an other-personal-services appropriation. Unless
otherwise fixed by law, the salaries for such positions and persons shall be
set in accordance with rules established by the employing agency
department for other-personal-services payments pursuant to s. 110.131.
(k) All officers and employees in the office of the Governor, including
all employees at the Governor's mansion, and employees within each
separate budget entity, as defined in chapter 216, assigned to the Governor.
Unless otherwise fixed by law, the salary and benefits of these positions
shall be set by the department as follows:
1. The chief of staff, the assistant or deputy chief of staff, general
counsel, Director of Legislative Affairs, inspector general, Director of
Cabinet Affairs, Director of Press Relations, Director of Planning and
Budgeting, director of administration, director of state-federal relations,
and chief prosecutor of the statewide grand jury, and the director of each
separate budget entity shall have their salaries and benefits established set
by the department in accordance with the rules of the Senior Management
Service.
2. The salaries and benefits of positions not established in
subparagraph 1. shall be set by the employing agency department. Salaries
and benefits of employees whose professional training is comparable to
that of licensed professionals under paragraph (q), or whose administrative
responsibility is comparable to a bureau chief shall be set by the Selected
Exempt Service. The department shall make the comparability
determinations. Other employees shall have benefits set as if career service
employees.
(m)1. In addition to those positions exempted by other paragraphs of
this subsection, each department head may designate a maximum of 20 40
policymaking or managerial positions, as defined by the department and
approved by the Administration Commission, as being exempt from the
Career Service System. Career service employees who occupy a position
designated as a position in the Selected Exempt Service under this
paragraph shall have the right to remain in the Career Service System by
opting to serve in a position not exempted by the employing agency,
provided, however, the ..eertary ef the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Servicee and the secretary of thA Department of
Tranepertation may each designate a maximum ef 20 pelicymaking
positions a bing exempt from the Career Servi-e Syotem. Unless
otherwise fixed by law, the department shall set the salary and benefits of
these positions in accordance with the rules of the Selected Exempt
Service; provided, however, that if the agency head determines certifies-to
the department .that the general counsel, chief Cabinet aide, public
information administrator or comparable position for a Cabinet officer,
inspector general, or legislative affairs director has both policymaking and
managerial responsibilities and if the department determines that any
such position has both policymaking and managerial responsibilities, the
salary and benefits for each such position shall be established set by the
department in accordance with the rules of the Senior Management
Service.
2. If otherwise exempt, employees of the Public Employees Relations
Commission, the Commission on Human Relations, and the
Unemployment Appeals Commission, upon the certification of their
respective commission heads, may be provided for under this paragraph as
members of the Senior Management Service, if otherwise qualified.
However, the deputy general counsels of the Public Employees Relations



Commission shall be compensated as members of the Selected Exempt
Service.



(p) The staff directors, assistant staff directors, district program
managers, district program coordinators, district subdistrict
administrators, district administrative services directors, district
attorneys, public health unit directors, public health unit administrators,
and the Deputy Director of Central Operations Services of the Department
of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Unless otherwise fixed by law, the
department shall establish set the salary range and benefits for these
positions in accordance with the rules of the Selected Exempt Service.
(s) The executive director of each board or commission established
within the Department of Professional Regulation. Unless otherwise fixed
by law, the department shall establish set the salary and benefits for these
positions in accordance with the rules established for the Selected Exempt
Service.
(4) DEFINITION OF DEPARTMENT.-When used in this section,
the term "department" shall mean all departments and commissions of the
executive branch, whether created by the State Constitution or chapter 20;
the office of the Governor; and the Public Service Commission; however,
the term "department" shall mean the Department of Administration when
used in the context of the authority to establish salary ranges set-salaries
and benefits.
(5) POSITIONS EXEMPTED BY OTHER STATUTES.-If any
position is exempted from the career service by any other statute and the
personnel system to which that position is assigned is not specifically
included in the statute, the position shall be placed in the Selected Exempt
Service, and the department shall establish set the salary range and
benefits for that position in accordance with the rules of the Selected
Exempt Service.
(6) EXEMPTION OF CHIEF INSPECTOR OF BOILER SAFETY
PROGRAM, DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE.-In addition to those
positions exempted from part II of chapter 110, there is hereby exempted
from the Career Service System the chief inspector of the boiler inspection
program of the Department of Insurance. The salary range of this position
shall be established set by the Department of Administration in
accordance with the classification and pay plan established for the Selected
Exempt Service.
Section 10. Paragraph (f) of subsection (1) of section 110.207, Florida
Statutes, is amended to read:
110.207 Classification plan.-
(1) The department shall establish and maintain a uniform
classification plan applicable to all positions in the career service and shall
be responsible for the overall coordination, review, and maintenance of the
plan.
(f) In cooperation and consultation with the employing agencies, the
department shall adopt rules necessary to govern the administration of the
classification plan. Such rules shall be approved by the Administration
Commission prior to their adoption by the department.
Section 11. Section 110.209, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
110.209 Pay plan.-
(1) The department shall establish and maintain an equitable pay plan
applicable to all classes of positions in the career service and shall be
responsible for the overall review, coordination, and administration of the
pay plan.
(2)(a) The department shall provide for broad, market-based salary
ranges for classes within the career service and shall establish guidelines
for the employing agencies to move employees through the salary ranges.
The employing agencies may determine the appropriate salary within the
ranges and guidelines adopted by the department determine the
appropriate oalary range fr .each clao. Such salary range, and the
assignment of ranges to positions, shall not constitute rules within the
meaning of s. 120.52(16).
(b) The department ohall review re.ue.to fer competitive area

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(b)(e) The department shall conduct wage and salary surveys as
necessary for the purpose of achieving the goal of maintaining an
equitable, competitive, market-based pay policy plan.
(c)(d4 The department shall establish, by rule, guidelines uniform
"pelicy nd rates with respect to, and shall may delegate to the employing
agencies the authority to administer, the following:
1. Shift differentials.
2. On-call fees.
3. Hazardous-duty pay.
4. Advanced appointment rates.
5. Salary increase and decrease corrections.
6. Lead worker/coordinator pay.
7. Temporary special duties pay.
8. Trainee additive pay.
9. Premium additive pay.
10. Work environment additive pay.
11. Incentive additive pay.
12. Competitive area differentials.
The employing agency must use such pay additives, as are appropriate,
within the guidelines as established by the department and shall advise
the department in writing of the plan for implementing such pay
additives prior to the implementation date.
(d){e) The department shall may review in a postaudit capacity any
action taken by an agency in administering the provisions of the pay plan.
(f) The department shall effect the appropriate corrective action when
a postaliudit of applicable rsocords ohcws that tho action taken by an
mploying agency in 'adminitoring thc provisione of the pay plan was not
consistent with tho rulos promulgated by tho department.
(e)(g Any action taken by the department in regard to the revision or
establishment of a pay grade assignment which affects a department
headed by a Cabinet officer or by the Governor and Cabinet may be
reviewed by the Administration Commission, and the department's
decision may be changed by a majority vote of the Administration
Commission.



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(3)44) The department shall adopt any rules necessary to implement
the provisions of this section; however, such rules shall be approved by the
Administration Commission prior to their adoption by the department.
Section 12. Subsections (2), (4), and (6) of section 110.211, Florida
Statutes, are amended to read:
110.211 Recruitment.-
(2) Recruiting efforts to fill current or projected vacancies shall be the
responsibility of the employing agency. Such efforts shall bo in compliance
wxith rulos adopted by tho department.
(4) Except for those classes for which examinations are given on a
continuous basis, application for publicly announced vacancies shall be
made directly to the employing agency in accordance with ru4e adopted
by the department.
(6) The department shall develop model recruitment rules which may
be used by employing agencies. Such rules must be approved by the
Administration Commission before their adoption by the department.
Employing agencies electing to adopt recruitment rules that are
inconsistent with the model rules must consult with and submit such rules
to the department for review. Such rules must also be approved by the
Administration Commission before their adoption by the employing
agencies. The department shal adopt any rul. s nco ssary to implomont
the provision of this sootion,; however, such rules shall bo approved by th
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(4)44 The employing agency shall be responsible for developing an
employee career advancement program which shall assure consideration of
qualified permanent employees in the agency or career service who apply.
However, such program shall also include provisions to bring persons into
the career service through open competition. Promotion appointments
shall be subject to postaudit by the department.
(5)(6) The department shall have the responsibility for the adoption
of rules in cooperation and consultation with the agencies regarding
demotion, reassignment, separation, promotion, original appointments,
and status.
(6)474 The department shall adopt any rules necessary to implement
the provisions of this section; however, such rules shall be approved by a
majority vote of the Administration Commission prior to their adoption by
the department.



Section 13. Subsections (1), (3), and (4) of section 110.213, Florida Section 15. Subsection (5) of section 110.219, Florida Statutes, is
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110.213 Selection.-
(1) The department shall have the responsibility for determining
guidelines for selection procedures to be utilized by the employing
agencies. The department shall adopt rue providing such guidlino
(3) Selection for appointment from among the most qualified available
eligibles shall be the responsibility of the employing agency in-aeeerdanee
with the rules adopted by the department.
(4) The department shall develop model selection rules that may be
used by employing agencies. Such rules must be approved by the
Administration Commission before their adoption by the department.
Employing agencies electing to adopt selection rules that are inconsistent
with the model rules shall consult with and submit such rules to the
department for review. Such rules must also be approved by the
Administration Commission before their adoption by the employing
agencies. The department shall adopt ruls to implement the provions
of this section; however, such rulos shall bo approved by a majority vote
of the Administration Commission prior to their adoption by the
department.
Section 14. Section 110.217, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
110.217 Appointments and promotion.-
(1) The department shall develop model appointment and promotion
rules which may be used by employing agencies. Such rules must be
approved by the Administration Commission before their adoption by the
department. Employing agencies electing to adopt appointment and
promotion rules that are inconsistent with the model rules must consult
with and submit such rules to the department for review. Such rules must
also be approved by the Administration Commission before their
adoption by the employing agencies.
(2)-14 Each employing agency The department shall have the
responsibility for the establishment and maintenance of rules and
guidelines for determining eligibility of applicants for appointment to
positions in the career service. Eligibility determination s th
responsibility of the employing agency.
(3)(2) Eligibility shall be based on possession of required entry-level
knowledge, skills, and abilities for a particular position established
minimum roquiromonts for .entran eto a lass, unless tho applicant's
qualifications are determined to bo equivalent to the required minimum
training and xperisnc- ootablished for the class.

(3) Rules shall bo adopted by the department to onsuro that employing
agcncics review and giv- equitable consideration to oligiblos basod on the
eooltions oystem that io approved by tho department.
(4) Tho employing agony shall forward to the department on a timely
basis a t of a rpo ll eligibility and solotion actions tak- n or hall report
such actions through computer pro.ossing. Such r.portin.g shall bo in
accordance with ru-ls adopted by tho depament. Eligibility and olo.tion
decisions made by the employing wagon ios arc subjoot to postaudit by the



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110.219 Attendance and leave; general policies.-
(5) Rules shall be adopted by the department in cooperation and
consultation with the agencies to implement the provisions of this section;
however, such rules shall be approved by the Administration Commission
prior to their adoption by th- department. Such rules shall provide for, but
shall not be limited to:
(a) The maximum responsibility and authority resting with each
agency head to administer attendance and leave matters in the agency
within the parameters of the rules adopted by the department.
(b) Continuous service with one or more state agencies without a break
in service.
(c) Creditable service in which the employee is on the payroll of a state
agency or during which the employee is on authorized leave without pay.
(d) Holidays as provided in s. 110.117, which shall be observed as paid
holidays.
(e) Overtime provisions.
(f) Annual leave provisions.
(g) Sick leave provisions.
(h) Parental leave provisions.
(i) Family medical leave provisions.
(j) Disability leave provisions.
(k) Compulsory disability leave provisions.
(1) Administrative leave provisions.
(m) Military leave provisions.
(n) Educational leave with pay provisions.
(o) Leave of absence without pay provisions.
Section 16. Paragraphs (b) and (c) of subsection (2) of section 110.221,
Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
110.221 Parental or family medical leave.-
(2) The state shall not:
(b) Refuse to grant to a career service employee parental or family
medical leave without pay for a period not to exceed 6 months. Such leave
shall commence on a date that is determined by the employee in
consultation with the attending physician employee' sdoetor following
notification to the employer in writing, and that is approved by the
employer.
(c) Deny a career service employee the use of and payment for annual
leave credits for parental or family medical leave. Such leave shall
commence on a date determined by the employee in consultation with the
attending physician employee's doctor following notification to the
employer in writing.
Section 17. Paragraph (b) of subsection (3) of section 110.227, Florida
Statutes, is amended to read:
110.227 Suspensions, dismissals, reductions in pay, demotions, layoffs,
and transfers.-
(3)
(b) Layoff procedures shall be developed to establish the relative merit
and fitness of employees and shall include a formula for uniform
application among all employees in the competitive area, taking into
consideration the type of appointment, the length of service, and the
evaluations of the employee's performance within the last 5 years of
employment quality. of prforman.e.
Section 18. Training.--
(1) It is the intent of the Legislature that state agencies shall
implement training programs that encompass modern management
principles, such as those embodied in total quality management, and that
provide the framework to develop human resources through
empowerment, training, and rewards for productivity enhancement; to



continuously improve the quality of services; and to satisfy the
expectations of the public.



(2) If requested by the employing agencies, the Department of
Administration shall provide the employing agencies with training
necessary to implement the revision of the Career Service System and
implement the principles of quality management.
(3) The employing agencies shall report annually to the Department of
Administration all training programs used by that agency which have not
been provided by the Department of Administration.
(4) The Department of Administration shall evaluate annually the
training implemented in each employing agency and shall annually report
to the Governor, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House
of Representatives on the progress made by each agency in the area of
training.
(5) As approved by the Legislature by law, each employing agency may
use a specified percentage of its salary budget to implement training
programs.
Section 19. Subsection (8) of section 447.207, Florida Statutes, is
amended to read:
447.207 Commission; powers and duties.-
(8) Pursuant to s. 447.208, the commission or its designated agent shall
hear appeals arising out of any suspension, reduction in pay, transfer,
layoff, demotion, or dismissal of any permanent employee in the State
Career Service System. Written notice of any such appeal shall be filed
with the commission within 14 calendar 29 days after the date on which
the notice of suspension, reduction in pay, transfer, layoff, demotion, or
dismissal is received by the employee.
Section 20. It is the intent of the Legislature that state agency
managers should have greater flexibility in managing their agencies. In
order to assure that this occurs, the Department of Administration shall
adopt the necessary administrative rules to implement changes to the State
Career Service System as provided for in this act. Before adopting the
rules, the Department of Administration shall submit the proposed rules
to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of
Representatives for review.
Section 21. Section 1 of chapter 91-164, Laws of Florida, is repealed.
Section 22. It is the intent of the Legislature to provide, where
applicable, that the implementation of the amendments made by this act
to chapter 110, Florida Statutes, be collectively bargained.
Section 23. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law.
Senate Amendment 2--In title, strike everything before the enacting
clause and insert: A bill to be entitled An act relating to state employees;
amending s. 110.109, F.S.; revising provisions relating to productivity
improvement and personnel audits of the executive branch agencies;
creating s. 110.1099, F.S.; providing for education and training
opportunities for state employees; amending s. 110.112, F.S.; providing for
affirmative action and equal employment opportunity goals; providing for
the primary responsibilities of the affirmative action-equal employment
opportunity officer; revising dates with respect to the plan; amending s.
110.107, F.S.; defining the term "furlough"; creating s. 110.1225, F.S.;
providing for furloughs to reduce payroll costs; amending s. 110.123, F.S.;
revising provisions with respect to the state group insurance program to
provide for the payment of premiums for employees granted certain leaves
of absence; amending s. 110.201, F.S.; revising provisions relating to
personnel rules, records, and reports; amending s. 110.203, F.S.; providing
definitions; amending s. 110.205, F.S.; revising provisions relating to
exemptions from the Career Service System; transferring certain
responsibilities from the department to employing agencies; amending s.
110.207, F.S.; revising provisions relating to the classification plan;
amending s. 110.209, F.S.; revising provisions relating to the pay plan;
amending s. 110.211, F.S.; revising provisions relating to recruitment;
amending s. 110.213, F.S.; revising provisions relating to selection;
amending s. 110.217, F.S.; revising provisions relating to appointments and
promotion; amending s. 110.219, F.S.; providing for cooperation and
consultation with the agencies with respect to rules governing attendance
and leave; amending s. 110.221, F.S.; providing for parental or family
medical leave; amending s. 110.227, F.S.; revising provisions relating to



layoffs; providing for training; amending s. 447.207, F.S.; prescribing the
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respect to appeals by permanent employees in the Career Service System;
providing legislative intent; repealing s. 1 of ch. 91-164, Laws of Florida,
abrogating the repeal of part II of chapter 110, F.S.; providing for
implementation of act to be collectively bargained; providing an effective
date.
WHEREAS, the reform of Florida's civil service system is vital to the
delivery of quality services to the public, and
WHEREAS, pursuant to chapter 91-164, Laws of Florida, the
Legislature directed that a review of Florida's Career Service System be
conducted, and
WHEREAS, the recommendations of this review are embodied in this
legislation, and
WHEREAS, it is desirable to develop broad-based job classes to improve
the classification system, and, in doing so, substantially reduce the number
of classes in the Career Service System, and
WHEREAS, civil service reform recommendations eliminate
cumbersome rules and procedures, establish greater cooperation and
consultation between agencies and the Department of Administration,
provide increased flexibility for agencies to manage their resources, and
foster the principles of total quality management, and
WHEREAS, the implementation of modern management principles
such as those embodied in total quality management will provide the
framework for agencies to develop their human resources through
empowerment, training, and reward for productivity enhancement; to
continuously improve the quality of services; and to satisfy the
expectations of the public, and
WHEREAS, the implementation of civil service reform and total quality
management training will result in a progressive and innovative personnel
system in the State of Florida, NOW, THEREFORE,
On motions by Rep. Hargrett, the House concurred in Senate
Amendments 1 and 2. The question recurred on the passage of CS/CS/HB
33-D. The vote was:
Yeas-87



The Chair
Abrams
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown
Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Figg
Flagg
Nays-28
Albright
Bainter
Banjanin
Corr
De Grandy
Feeney
Graham



Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Grindle
Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkins
Healey
Holzendorf
Ireland
Jamerson
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.



Hanson
Harden
Hawkes
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland
Irvine



Jones, Daryl
Kelly
Langton
Lawson
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Logan
Long
Mackenzie
Mackey
Martinez
Mims
Mishkin
Mitchell
Muscarella
Ostrau
Peeples
Press
Pruitt
Rayson
Reaves



Jennings
King
Laurent
Lombard
McEwan
Morse
Mortham



Reddick
Ritchie
Roberts
Rojas
Rush
Safley
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Valdes
Wallace
Young



Rudd
Sansom
Simone
Sindler
Thomas
Viscusi
Wise



Votes after roll call:
Yeas to Nays-Grindle
Nays to Yeas-De Grandy



So the bill passed, as amended. The action was immediately certified to
the Senate and the bill was ordered enrolled after engrossment.

Admitted for Introduction
Rep. Kelly moved that CS/SB 20-D 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-

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
admitted for introduction and consideration by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed CS/SB 20-D and requests the
concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By the Committee on Commerce and Senators Langley, Thurman and
others-
CS for SB 20-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bingo;
amending s. 849.093, F.S.; eliminating a revision of that section enacted by
the 1991 Legislature and reenacting provisions in effect previous to the
revision, with modifications; providing definitions; specifying certain
charitable, nonprofit, and veterans' organizations that may conduct bingo
and providing requirements with respect thereto; authorizing the conduct
of bingo by other organizations under certain conditions; providing
conditions for the conduct of bingo by condominium or mobile home
owners' associations and by groups of residents of mobile home parks;
providing restrictions on, and requirements for, the conduct of games;
specifying the premises on which bingo may be conducted; providing
penalties; removing the requirement that persons conducting bingo or
acting as a distributor of bingo equipment be licensed and supervised by
the Division of Pari-mutuel Wagering; amending s. 723.079, F.S.; revising
provisions relating to conduct of bingo by mobile home owners'
associations; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Kelly, the rules
were waived by two-thirds vote and the bill was read the second time by
title.
Representatives Ostrau and Healey offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 9, between lines 18 and 19, insert a new
Section 3:
Section 3. Section 849.093, Florida Statutes, is hereby repealed on June
1, 1992, and such section shall be reviewed by the Legislature prior to the
repeal date pursuant to section 11.61, Florida Statutes. (renumber
subsequent section)
and the title is amended as follows:
On page 1, between lines 24 and 25, insert: providing for review and
repeal;
Rep. Ostrau moved the adoption of the amendment, which was adopted.
On motion by Rep. Kelly, the rules were waived by two-thirds vote and
CS/SB 20-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:
Yeas-116



The Chair
Abrams
Albright
Arnall
Arnold
Ascherl
Bainter
Banjanin
Bloom
Boyd
Brennan
Bronson
Brown



Burke
Chestnut
Chinoy
Clark
Clemons
Corr
Cosgrove
Crady
Davis
De Grandy
Deutsch
Diaz-Balart
Feeney



Figg
Flagg
Foley
Frankel
Friedman
Garcia
Geller
Glickman
Goode
Gordon
Graber
Graham
Grindle



Guber
Gutman
Hafner
Hanson
Harden
Hargrett
Harris
Hawkes
Hawkins
Healey
Hill
Hoffmann
Holland



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Holzendorf
Ireland
Irvine
Jamerson
Jennings
Johnson, Bo
Johnson, Buddy
Jones, C. F.
Jones, Daryl
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
Sansom
Saunders
Sembler
Silver
Simon



Simone
Sindler
Smith, C.
Smith, K.
Stafford
Starks
Stone
Thomas
Tobiassen
Tobin
Trammell
Valdes
Viscusi
Wallace
Wise
Young



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

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
refused to concur in House amendments to SB 16-D and acceded to the
request for a Conference Committee.
The President has appointed Senators Gardner, Kirkpatrick, Scott,
Childers, Meek, Johnson, Thurman, Davis, McKay, Weinstock, Bruner,
Yancey and Diaz-Balart as conferees on the part of the Senate.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
refused to concur in House amendments to SB 18-D and acceded to the
request for a Conference Committee.
The President has appointed Senators Gardner, Kirkpatrick, Scott,
Childers, Meek, Johnson, Thurman, Davis, McKay, Weinstock, Bruner,
Yancey and Diaz-Balart as conferees on the part of the Senate.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
admitted for introduction and consideration by the required constitutional
two-thirds vote and passed HB 19-D, CS/HB 37-D; and admitted for
introduction and consideration by the required constitutional two-thirds
vote and adopted HM 53-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary



The above bills and memorial were ordered enrolled.

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
concurred in House Amendments 1 and 2 and passed, as amended, SB
28-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
concurred in House Amendment 1 and passed, as amended, CS/SB 20-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The Honorable T. K. Wetherell, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has
accepted the Conference Committee Reports as an entirety and passed, as
amended by the Conference Committee Reports, SBs 16-D and 18-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Recorded Votes
Rep. Wise:
Yea-CS/HB 37-D; SB 16-D, SB 18-D

Adjournment
On motion by Rep. Bo Johnson, the House adjourned at 5:31 p.m. sine
die.


Enrolling Reports
HBs 19-D, 23-D and 25-D, CS/HB 37-D, CS/HB 43-D and CS/CS/HB
33-D have been enrolled, signed by the required constitutional officers and
presented to the Governor on December 17, 1991.
John B. Phelps, Clerk
HMs 49-D and 53-D have been enrolled, signed by the required
constitutional officers, and filed with the Secretary of State on December
17, 1991.
John B. Phelps, Clerk

Communications
The Governor advised that he had filed in the Office of the Secretary of
State, HB 19-D, HB 23-D, HB 25-D and CS/HB 37-D, which he approved
on December 20, 1991.
The Governor advised that he had filed in the Office of the Secretary of
State, CS/CS/HB 33-D and CS/HB 43-D, which he approved on December
30, 1991.



CERTIFICATE
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the foregoing pages numbered 1 through
64, 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 December 10 through Decem-
ber 13, 1991. Additionally, there has been included a record of the trans-
mittal of Acts and actions taken by the Governor subsequent to the sine
die adjournment of the Special Session.




Clerk of the House

Tallahassee, Florida
December 30, 1991



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CONTENTS


Page
Bill Sponsors in "D" Session ........................................66
M miscellaneous Subjects ...............................................69
Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions and Memorials .......70
Numerical Index of Bills, Resolutions and Memorials with
Subject, Sponsor and Disposition ......................................74



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Bills Sponsored in "D" Session


[Source: Information Division, Joint Legislative Management Committee]



ABRAMS, MICHAEL I.-101st District
Sponsored: 19-D, 25-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 37-D
ALBRIGHT, GEORGE-25th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 35-D
ARNALL, JOSEPH-19th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
ARNOLD, J. KEITH-73rd District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
ASCHERL, JACK-30th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
BAINTER, STANLEY E.-27th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
BANJANIN, TOM-3rd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
BLOOM, ELAINE-104th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 43-D
BRONSON, IRLO, JR.-77th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
BROWN, CORRINE-17th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 33-D
BURKE, JAMES C.-107th District
Sponsored: 47-D, 49-D
CHESTNUT, CYNTHIA MOORE-23rd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 49-D
CHINOY, KATHY GELLER-20th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
CLARK, BILL-91st District
Sponsored: 47-D, 49-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
CLEMONS, SCOTT W.-6th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
CORR, CHRIS-62nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
COSGROVE, JOHN F.-119th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
CRADY, GEORGE A.-13th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
DE GRAND, MIGUEL A.-ll0th District
Sponsored: 29-D, 39-D, 53-D
DEUTSCH, PETER R.-90th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
DIAZ-BALART, MARIO-115th District
Sponsored: 29-D, 39-D
FEENEY, TOM-37th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
FIGG, MARY-60th District
Sponsored: 35-D, 51-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
FLAGG, DAVID-24th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
FOLEY, MARK A.-85th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
FRANKEL, LOIS JANE-83rd District
Sponsored: 43-D
FRIEDMAN, MICHAEL-103rd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GARCIA, RODOLFO, JR.--lllth District
Sponsored: 53-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GELLER, STEVEN A.-98th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GLICKMAN, STEVEN A.--66th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GOODE, HARRY C., JR.-33rd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GORDON, ELAINE-102nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GRABER, BEN-89th District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GRAHAM, RICHARD S.-28th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GRINDLE, ARTHUR E.-35th District
Sponsored: 1-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GUBER, SUSAN-117th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
GUTMAN, ALBERTO-105th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
HAFNER, LARS A.-54th District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
HANSON, CAROL G.-87th District
Co-sponsored: 37-D



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HARDEN, ROBERT T.-5th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
HARGRETT, JAMES T., JR.-63rd District
Sponsored: 33-D, 47-D, 49-D
HARRIS, BERT J., JR.-76th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
HAWKES, PAUL M.-26th District
Sponsored: 13-D, 21-D, 35-D
HAWKINS, MARY ELLEN-75th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
HILL, JAMES C., JR.-80th District
Sponsored: 23-D
HOFFMANN, J. BRUCE-114th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
HOLLAND, J. J., JR.-67th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 37-D
HOLZENDORF, BETTY S.-16th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
HUENINK, JEFFERY C.-58th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
IRELAND, TIMOTHY F.-74th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
JENNINGS, HARRY-69th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
JOHNSON, BOLLEY L.-4th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
JOHNSON, BUDDY-61st District
Sponsored: 29-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
JONES, C. FRED-42nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
JONES, DARYL L.-118th District
Sponsored: 47-D, 49-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
JONES, DENNIS L.-53rd District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
KELLY, EVERETT A.-46th District
Sponsored: 21-D
KING, JAMES E., JR.-18th District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
LANGTON, MICHAEL EDWARD-15th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
LAURENT, JOHN-43rd District
Sponsored: 27-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
LAWSON, ALFRED J., JR.-9th District
Sponsored: 17-D, 47-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 49-D
LEWIS, MARIAN V.-81st District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
LIBERTI, RAY-82nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
LIPPMAN, FREDERICK-97th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
LOGAN, WILLIE, JR.-108th District
Sponsored: 47-D, 49-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
LOMBARD, JAMES M.-70th District
Sponsored: 13-D
Co-sponsored: 37-D, 49-D
MACKENZIE, ANNE-95th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MARTINEZ, ELVIN L.-65th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MCEWAN, BRUCE-38th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MIMS, WILLIAM THOMAS-45th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MISHKIN, PHILIP-49th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MITCHELL, SAM-7th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MORSE, LUIS C.-113th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MORTHAM, SANDRA BARRINGER-52nd District
Sponsored: 31-D, 37-D, 39-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
MUSCARELLA, PATRICIA A.-51st District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 37-D
OSTRAU, NORMAN-96th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
PEOPLES, VERNON E.-72nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
PRESS, STEVE-86th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
PRUITT, KENNETH P.-79th District
Sponsored: 41-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
RAYSON, JOHN C.-92nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
REAVES, DARRYL-106th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D









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Co-sponsored: 21-D
RITCHIE, BUZZ-2nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
ROBERTS, CHARLIE-31st District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 37-D
ROJAS, LUIS E.-109th District
Co-sponsored: 9-D, 15-D
RUDD, HURLEY W.-10th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
RUSH, BRIAN P.-59th District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
SANDERSON, DEBORAH P.-93rd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
SANSOM, DIXIE NEWTON-32nd District
Sponsored: 37-D, 45-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 53-D
SAUNDERS, RON-120th District
Sponsored: 5-D, 7-D
SEMBLER, CHARLES W., II-78th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
SILVER, RONALD A.-100th District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
SIMONE, PEGGY-68th District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
SINDLER, ROBERT B.-39th District
Sponsored: 9-D, 11-D, 15-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D
SMITH, CHARLES R.-47th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
SMITH, KELLY R., JR.-22nd District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
STAFFORD, TRACY-94th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
STONE, FRANK-34th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
THOMAS, DAVID L.-71st District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
TOBIASSEN, THOMAS J.--lst District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
TOBIN, JACK N.-88th District
Sponsored: 3-D
TRAMMELL, ROBERT DEWITT-8th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 35-D
VISCUSI, JOE-44th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
WALLACE, PETER RUDY-56th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D, 37-D
WEBSTER, DANIEL-41st District
Sponsored: 31-D, 39-D
WETHERELL, T. K.-29th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
WISE, STEPHEN R.-14th District
Co-sponsored: 21-D
YOUNG, WALTER C.-99th District
Sponsored: 37-D
Co-sponsored: 21-D


APPROPRIATIONS
Committee Bills:
5-D, 7-D
Committee Substitutes for Committee Substitutes:
33-D
EMPLOYEE & MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
Committee Substitutes:
33-D
GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
Committee Bills:
51-D
HEALTH & REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
Committee Substitutes:
43-D
JUDICIARY
Committee Substitutes:
37-D
REGULATED INDUSTRIES
Committee Substitutes:
21-D








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Miscellaneous Subjects



Subject Pages

BILLS
Admitted for introduction.............................. 3, 4, 9, 22, 23, 27, 29, 63
Appropriations
Conference Committee (SB 16-D)
A ppointm ent.....................................................................19
R report ............................................... .......... ............................ 38-55
Policy for floor action (HB 5-D, HB 7-D)..........................................5
Appropriations, implementing (SB 18-D)
Conference Committee
Appointm ent............................ .......................................... 20
R eport................................................ .................................... 56-57
Reapportionment
HB 27-D (Committee Requirements); remarks ..............................8.
HB 29-D (Minority Representation); remarks...................................9
HJR 31-D (Constitutional Amendment); remarks........................ 7-8
HB 39-D (Deadlines); remarks...................................................... 8-9
EXCUSED ABSENCES............................ .......... .............. 2, 6, 22, 38
MEMBERS
Johnson, Bolley L.; report on Amendment Display System (ADS) ....2
Stone, Frank; change of party affiliation.................................................2
POINTS OF ORDER, PARLIAMENTARY; RULINGS................. 12, 27
PRAYERS .......................................................................... ......... 2, 6, 22
PROCLAMATIONS........................................ ..................................1, 1-2
RULES
Rule 11.7 ....................................... ................................................ 18
Waivers
Rule 6 (committees) .................................. ........................... 5
Rule 10.18 (rem arks)............................................................... 7, 8, 9
VOTES
Explanation ........................................................ ..............................8
Pair ...................... ............................................................... 55, 58









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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; one-house resolutions adopted. Chapter number added if entry re-
mains in final version of bill. Some entries shown may have been deleted from final version.)



-A-

ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION
Authorized positions within state agencies, increasing beyond appro-
priations acts; circumstances, CS/S2-D

ADOPTION
Home studies re independent adoptions; HRS responsibilities,
S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Affirmative action-equal employment opportunity officer, responsibil-
ities, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)

AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT
OF
Reorganization
Dog fly program transferred from HRS, S18-D(91-428), S56-D,
H7-D
John A. Mulrennan, Sr., Arthropod Research Laboratory trans-
ferred from HRS, H7-D
Mosquito control programs transferred from HRS,
S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Pest control programs transferred from HRS, S18-D

ANIMALS
Animal and Animal Product Inspection and Labeling
Inspection, stop-sale orders, condemnation, and destruction of ani-
mal products, S46-D
Poultry
Dealers; permits, S46-D
Sale of biological products for animals, S46-D

APPOINTMENTS
Governor
Health and human services boards in HRS service districts, S8-D,
H43-D

APPORTIONMENT
Legislative session to convene July following decennial census, H31-D
Redistricting procedure and criteria, H27-D, H29-D, H39-D

APPROPRIATIONS
Business Regulation Department
Bingo regulation, S20-D
General Appropriations Bill
Adjusting items appropriated in 1991-92 General Appropriations
Act, and other appropriations for fiscal year 1991-92,
S16-D(91-427), S54-D, H5-D
Conference Committee Report, voting procedure; timeframe re re-
port available to membership, CS/S2-D
Format, procedure, CS/S2-D
Implementing Bill, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D

AUDITOR GENERAL
Local governments requesting audit; audit expenses paid by local en-
tity, S28-D(91-429), H51-D
Performance audits, substantive legislative committees hold public
hearings re audits, S28-D(91-429), H51-D
State agency functional plans, evaluate and identify alternatives;
evaluate agency performance, 528-D(91-429), H51-D



-B-

BINGO
Background check requirements, S20-D, S26-D, CS/H21-D
Ch. 91-206, Laws of Florida; effective 10-1-92 in lieu of 10-1-91,
H21-D
Charitable, Nonprofit, or Veterans' Organizations
Business expenses, CS/S20-D(91-421), H15-D, CS/H21-D
Jackpots, CS/S20-D(91-421), CS/H21-D
Prizes, CS/S20-D(91-421), CS/H21-D
Proceeds carried over from previous day, CS/S20-D(91-421),
CS/H21-D
Requirements to conduct bingo, CS/S20-D(91-421), CS/H21-D
Community associations, S26-D
Condominium Associations
Expenses, deducting business expenses from gross receipts,
CS/S20-D(91-421), CS/H21-D
Use of proceeds, CS/S20-D(91-421), CS/H21-D
Distributors, lease facilities to licensees conducting bingo; lease re-
quirements, S20-D, S26-D, CS/H21-D
Elderly housing residents or guests, S20-D, CS/H21-D
Gross bingo receipts, specified amount; exempting organizations from
certain requirements (payment of application and license fees,
etc.), S26-D
Homeowners' associations, S20-D, S26-D, CS/H21-D
Hours of operation, S20-D, CS/H21-D
Licensure
General revision, S20-D, CS/H21-D
Mobile home owners' associations, CS/S20-D(91-421), S26-D,
CS/H21-D
Nursing homes, S20-D, CS/H21-D
Requirements for conducting bingo, S20-D, S26-D, CS/H21-D
Special event bingo license, festivals or short-term special events,
S26-D

BUDGETS
Administration Commission may increase number of authorized posi-
tions or delete specified positions within agencies; circumstances,
CS/S2-D
Agency's budget request reviewed by Legislature, CS/S2-D
Grants to local governments, private organizations, or nonprofit orga-
nizations; local matching funds, CS/S2-D

BUSINESS REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Hotels and Restaurants Division
Inspections; authority to enter into contracts, S48-D
Land Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile Homes Division
Investigations re condominiums, CS/S38-D, CS/H37-D(91-426)

--C-

CONDOMINIUMS
Ch. 91-103, Laws of Florida, effective 4-1-92 in lieu of 1-1-92,
CS/S38-D, CS/H37-D(91-426)
Division of Land Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile Homes See:
BUSINESS REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Financial assistance to homeowners; federally insured properties with
structural defects, H53-D

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
Legislature
Session
Reapportionment, H31-D









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CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS (Cont.)
Reapportionment
Legislative session, H31-D
Records, open to public, S12-D, H13-D

COOPERATIVES
Ch. 91-103, Laws of Florida, effective 4-1-92 in lieu of 1-1-92,
CS/S38-D, CS/H37-D(91-426)

-D-

DADE COUNTY
County public general hospital; levy of discretionary sales surtax,
S22-D, H19-D(91-423)

DISABLED PERSONS
Medicaid See: MEDICAID

DISCRIMINATION
Affirmative Action See: AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

DRIVER LICENSES
Age Provisions
Conditions for issuing licenses to certain persons under age 18;
school attendance, etc., S36-D

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EDUCATION
Department of Education
John A. Mulrennan Laboratory transferred from HRS,
S18-D(91-428), S56-D
Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO)
Use of funds; operation of schools, H41-D

ELDERLY PERSONS
Medicaid See: MEDICAID

ELECTIONS
Primary Elections
Second Primary Election
Changing election date Tuesday, 9-29-92, to Thursday, 10-1-92
(Rosh Hashanah), S32-D(91-422)

EXPRESSWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITIES
Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority
Northwest Beltway Part A, construction, H11-D

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FAMILIES
Pregnancy and Parenting
Medicaid See: MEDICAID

FOOD
Egg Dealers
Permits, S46-D
Refrigeration of eggs for sale or processing, S46-D
Labeling requirements; exemptions, S46-D
Manufacturing, processing, packing, holding, preparing, or selling
food at retail; permit required, S46-D
Safety, S46-D
Transporting; vehicles or rail cars transporting solid waste, hazardous
substances, biohazardous wastes, or other threats to human health;
prohibited, S46-D

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GAMBLING
Guest games, S20-D, CS/H21-D

GOVERNMENTAL REORGANIZATION


Health and Rehabilitative Services Department; reorganization, S6-D,
S8-D, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D, H9-D, CS/H43-D(91-432)


GOVERNOR
Reports
Legal Representation of Grand Jury Witnesses Commission,
S50-D(91-430)
State agencies, inspections or permitting; eliminate duplication,
S28-D(91-429), S30-D, H51-D

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HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES
Transportation
Food items; vehicles or rail cars transporting solid waste, hazardous
substances, biohazardous wastes, or other threats to human
health; prohibited, S46-D

HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT
OF
Addictions Treatment Center, Avon Park; continued operation by
HRS, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Adoption See: ADOPTION
District advisory councils, repealing provisions, S6-D, S8-D,
CS/H43-D
Dog fly program transferred to Agriculture and Consumer Services
Department, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Health and human services boards in service districts, created, S8-D,
H43-D
John A. Mulrennan Laboratory transferred to Education Depart-
ment, S18-D(91-428), S56-D
John A. Mulrennan, Sr., Arthropod Research Laboratory transferred
to Agriculture and Consumer Services Department, H7-D
Mosquito control programs transferred to Agriculture and Consumer
Services Department, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Pest control programs transferred to Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Department, S18-D
Reorganization, S6-D, S8-D, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D, H9-D,
CS/H43-D(91-432)

HEALTH CARE
Indigents
Disproportionate Share Program See: HOSPITALS
Indigent Care Surtax See: County Discretionary Sales Surtax under
SALES TAX

HEALTH STUDIOS
Security requirements, S48-D

HOLIDAYS
Rosh Hashanah; change second primary election date,
S32-D(91-422)

HOSPITALS
Dade County, public general hospital; levy of discretionary sales sur-
tax, S22-D, H19-D(91-423)
Disproportionate Share Program
Criteria used in determining disproportionate share percentage,
S18-D(91-428), S56-D
Medicaid See: MEDICAID

HOUSING
Elderly Housing
Bingo, S20-D, CS/H21-D

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INDIGENT AND LOW-INCOME PERSONS
Health Care
Disproportionate Share Program See: HOSPITALS
Indigent Care Surtax See: County Discretionary Sales Surtax under
SALES TAX

INSURANCE
Retaliatory tax; reenactment, S10-D, H25-D(91-425)
State Group Insurance Program
Parental or medical leave of absence without pay; state contribu-
tion to group program to continue for up to 6 months, CS/S4-D,
CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)









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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Haiti, seizure by military junta; condemning, H47-D, H49-D

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JUDGES AND JUSTICES
Supreme Court
Chief Justice; approve changes in original approved budget and
schedule release for certain judiciary budgets, S18-D(91-428),
S56-D, H7-D

JURORS
Ch. 91-235, Laws of Florida; revising effective date, S24-D,
H23-D(91-424)
Commission on Legal Representation of Grand Jury Witnesses, re-
ports, S50-D(91-430)

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LABELS
Food
Small open containers fresh fruits and vegetables; foods processed,
labeled, or repacked at establishments other than where original-
ly processed, S46-D

LEAVE
Medical leave without pay; state contribution to group insurance pro-
gram to continue for up to 6 months, CS/S4-D,
CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)
Parental Leave
Without pay; state contribution to group insurance program to con-
tinue for up to 6 months, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)

LEGISLATIVE REVIEW
Sundown Bills
Repealing Regulatory Sundown Act, s. 11.611, F.S.,
S28-D(91-429)
Sunrise Act, S28-D(91-429)
Sunset Bills
Bingo, CS/S20-D(91-421)
Repealing Regulatory Sunset Act, s. 11.61, F.S., S28-D(91-429)

LEGISLATURE
Administrative Procedures Committee
Consult with legislative committees re agency rulemaking, H51-D
Committees
Performance audits by Auditor General, public hearings,
S28-D(91-429), H51-D
Governor
State agencies, inspections or permitting; eliminate duplication,
S28-D(91-429), S30-D, H51-D
Reports
Administration Department
Career service reform, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)
Auditor General
State agency performance audit, S28-D(91-429), H51-D
Business Regulation Department
Bingo, S20-D, S26-D, CS/H21-D
Health and Rehabilitative Services Department
Reorganization, SS8-D, H43-D
Legal Representation of Grand Jury Witnesses Commission,
$50-D(91-430)
Seafood and Aquatic Species Inspection Task Force, S46-D
Sessions
Reapportionment; July following decennial census, H31-D

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Audits, financial; performed by Auditor General; expenses paid by lo-
cal governments, S28-D(91-429), H51-D
County Officers
Constitutional officers; salary calculation not mandatory, may be
reduced voluntarily, S18-D(91-428), H7-D

LOTTERY
Welcome stations, selling tickets; repealing provisions, H7-D

MEDICAID
Chiropractic services, S18-D(91-428), S54-D
Disabled persons with certain income; elimination of funds,
S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Elderly persons with certain income; elimination of funds,
S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Inpatient hospital services in excess of 45 days, S18-D(91-428),
S56-D, H7-D
"Medically needy", elimination of funds 4-1-92, S18-D(91-428)
Nursing home providers, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Physician fees, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Pregnant women and children under age 1 in families with certain in-
come; elimination of funds, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D
Pregnant women, obstetrical fees, S18-D(91-428), S56-D

MEMORIALS
Condominium homeowners, financial assistance; federally insured
properties with structural defects, H53-D
Haiti, seizure by military junta, H49-D

MENTAL HEALTH
Mental Health Parity Trust Fund, created; enhance state-funded
mental health services, H3-D

MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICTS
Programs transferred from HRS to Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Department, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D

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NURSING HOMES
Bingo, S20-D, CS/H21-D
Medicaid See: MEDICAID

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PAROLE
Conditional Release
Supervision costs, CS/S40-D
Supervision costs, CS/S40-D

PEST CONTROL
Mosquito Control Districts See: MOSQUITO CONTROL DIS-
TRICTS
Programs transferred from HRS to Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Department, S18-D(91-428)

POPULAR NAMES
Amnesty Tax Program, S34-D
Career Service Reform, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)
Disproportionate Share Program, S18-D(91-428), S56-D
Governmental Accountability, S28-D(91-429), H51-D
HRS Reorganization, S6-D, S8-D, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D,
H9-D, CS/H43-D(91-432)
Sales Tax on Services, H3-D
Sundown Provisions Repealed, S28-D(91-429)
Sunrise Act, S28-D(91-429)
Sunset Provisions Repealed, S28-D(91-429)

PRISONS
Prisoners
Release
Control Release
Supervision costs, CS/S40-D
Provisional Release
Supervision costs, CS/S40-D
Work at paid employment; participation during last 36 months of
confinement, CS/S42-D

PROBATION
Community Control
Supervision costs, CS/S40-D
Supervision costs, CS/S40-D

PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
Affirmative action-equal employment opportunity officer, responsibil-
ities, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)










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PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES (Cont.)
Career Service System
Classification plan, pay plan, recruitment, appointments and pro-
motion, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)
Furloughs, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D
State agency managers, flexibility in managing agencies; rules,
CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)
Education and training opportunities for state employees, CS/S4-D,
CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)
Furloughs, CS/S4-D, CS/CS/H33-D(91-431)
Leave See: LEAVE
Travel
Subsistence allowance, elimination, S52-D, H1-D
Wages See: WAGES

PUBLIC RECORDS
Access, S12-D, H13-D
Access; special election for approval or rejection by electors of joint
resolution re public records, S14-D
Agency; revises definition for purposes of ch. 119, F.S., H35-D

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RESOLUTIONS
Haiti, seizure by military junta, H47-D

RETIREMENT
Early Retirement
Programs for certain state officers and employees, H17-D, H33-D

REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF
Amnesty tax program for state taxes, S34-D

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SALES TAX
County Discretionary Sales Surtax
County public general hospital (Dade), S22-D, H19-D(91-423)
Indigent care, S22-D, H19-D(91-423)
Educational funding; portion of state sales tax revenues, H15-D
Services Tax, Sales and Use
Rate of 6%, H3-D

SALTWATER FISHING
Seafood and Aquatic Species Inspection Task Force, S46-D

SCHOOLS
Educational Facilities
School operations; school boards to use certain tax revenues col-
lected for capital outlay purposes, H41-D
Funding
School operations; school boards to use certain tax revenues col-
lected for capital outlay purposes, H41-D
Instructional Materials
Expenditure of annual state allocation for materials, discretion of
school boards, S44-D, H45-D
Purchasing items not on state-adopted list, board to provide sum-
mary of reasons for action, S44-D, H45-D
School Boards
Reappointment of supervisors, principals, and instructional person-
nel submitted to board by certain date, 518-D(91-428), S56-D
School operations; school boards to use certain tax revenues col-
lected for capital outlay purposes, H41-D

SHORT FORM BILLS
Educational funding; portion of state sales tax revenues, H15-D
Health and Rehabilitative Services Department, reorganization, H9-D

STATE AGENCIES
Functional Plans
Performance measures included in plan, H51-D

STATE AGENCIES (Cont.)
Functional Plans (Cont.)
Review by legislative committees, S28-D(91-429), H51-D
Inspections; eliminate duplication, S28-D(91-429), S30-D, H51-D
Permitting; eliminate duplication, S30-D
Productivity Enhancements
Inspections; eliminate duplication, S28-D(91-429), S30-D, H51-D
Vacant agency positions, filling, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D,
CS/CS/H33-D

STATE FUNDS
Trust Funds, Generally See: TRUST FUNDS

SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Addictions Treatment Center, Avon Park; continued operation by
HRS, S18-D(91-428), S56-D, H7-D

SUNRISE ACT, S28-D(91-429)

SUNSHINE LAW
Access; special election for approval or rejection by electors of joint
resolution re public meetings, S14-D
Access to public meetings, S12-D

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TASK FORCES
Seafood and Aquatic Species Inspection Task Force, S46-D

TAXATION
Amnesty program for state taxes, S34-D

TRANSPORTATION
Food items; vehicles or rail cars transporting solid waste, hazardous
substances, biohazardous wastes, or other threats to human health;
prohibited, S46-D

TRUST FUNDS
Abolishment of specified trust funds; legislative review, CS/S2-D
Economic Development Transportation, S18-D(91-428)
General Inspection, S46-D
Law Enforcement, S18-D(91-428)
Mental Health Parity, H3-D
Pari-mutuel Wagering, S20-D, CS/H21-D
Retirement System, H17-D
Transportation, H7-D

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UNIVERSITIES (STATE)
Florida A & M University
John A. Mulrennan Laboratory transferred from HRS to universi-
ty, S18-D(91-428), S56-D

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VETOED BILLS 1991 REGULAR SESSION
Motor vehicles, expiration of registration; delinquent fee schedule,
2ND ENG/S1902

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WAGES
Public Officers and Employees
Professional health care unit employees, pay raises; effective
12-1-91, S18-D(91-428), S56-D
State employees, pay raises; effective date delayed,
S18-D(91-428), S56-D










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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
CS-Committee Substitute
CSP-Companion or similar bill passed
DM-Died in Messages
FVI-Failed vote for introduction
HB-House Bill
HJR-House Joint Resolution
HM-House Memorial
HR-House Resolution
ID-Introduction deferred
SB-Senate Bill



HB
1-D Public Officers & Employees/Travel (Grindle) 2 ID
3-D Mental Health Parity Trust Fund (Tobin) 2 ID
5-D Supplemental Appropriations (Appropriations) 2, 5, 7, 10,
11, 20 DM/CSP-SB 16-D, SB 18-D
7-D Appropriations Implementer (Appropriations) 2-3, 5, 7,
12-13 DM/CSP-SB 16-D, SB 18-D, CS/CS/HB 33-D
HB-SF
9-D H.R.S. Department (Sindler) 3 ID
HB
11-D Orlando-Orange Co. Expressway Auth. (Sindler) 3 ID
HJR
13-D Public Records (Hawkes) 3 ID
HB-SF
15-D Educational Funding (Sindler) 3 ID
HB
17-D Retirement/State Officers/Employees (Lawson) 3 ID
19-D Indigent Care Surtax (Abrams) 3, 7, 14-15, 17, 18, 21, 64
CH 91-423
21-D Bingo Revisions (Kelly) 3, 7, 16, 21 DM/CSP-CS/SB 20-D
23-D Jury Lists/Eligibility for Jury Duty (Hill) 3, 7, 13, 21, 64
CH 91-424
25-D Insurance Retaliatory Tax (Abrams) 3, 7, 15, 21, 64
CH 91-425
27-D Reapportionment (Laurent) 3, 8 FVI
29-D Redistricting/Minority Interests (Buddy Johnson) 4, 9
FVI
HJR
31-D Reapportionment (Webster) 4, 7-8 FVI
HB
33-D State Employees (Hargrett) 4, 6-7, 15, 16, 21, 58-62, 63,
64 CH 91-431
HB
35-D Public Records (Figg) 4, 7, 13, 14, 21 DM
37-D Condominium & Cooperative Laws (Silver) 4, 7, 13, 21, 64
CH 91-426
39-D Reapportionment (Diaz-Balart) 4, 8, 9 FVI
41-D School Bds./Moneys/School Operation (Pruitt) 4 ID
43-D H.R.S. Dept. (Frankel) 4, 7, 17, 21, 28, 64 CH 91-432
45-D School Instructional Materials (Sansom) 6 ID
HR
47-D Military Junta in Haiti (Logan) 6 ID/CSP-HM 49-D
HM
49-D Haiti/Military Junta (Logan) 10, 64 Adopted
HB
51-D Governmental Accountability (Governmental Operations) 7,
17, 18 DM/CSP-SB 28-D
HM
53-D Condo Homeowner/Financial Assistance (Garcia) 6, 22-23,
64 Adopted
SB
16-D Appropriations (Appropriations) 18, 19, 38-54, 55-56, 64
CH 91-427 (Specific Appropriation Vetoed)
18-D Appropriations Implementer (Appropriations) 19, 20, 21,
56-57, 58, 64 CH 91-428
20-D Bingo Revisions (Langley) 63-64 CH 91-421
28-D Regulatory Sunset & Sundown Acts (Malchon) 29-37, 38,
64 CH 91-429
32-D Second Primary Election Date Change (Scott) 23-27, 28
CH 91-422
50-D Grand Jury Witnesses (Grant) 27, 28 CH 91-430