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Table of Contents
    Introduction
        Page 1
    Map of districts
        Page 2
    Details of 11 new exemptions passed in 2007
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
    District 1
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    District 2
        Page 8
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    District 3
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    District 4
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    District 5
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    District 6
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    District 7
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    District 8
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    District 9
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    District 10
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    District 11
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    District 12
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    District 13
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    District 14
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    District 15
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    District 18
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    District 19
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    District 20
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    District 21
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    District 22
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    District 23
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    District 26
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    District 27
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    District 28
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    District 29
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    District 30
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    District 31
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    District 32
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    District 63
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2007 Florida Legislative Review


During the 2007 session, Florida lawmakers passed 11 new exemptions to the state's open government laws. An
exemption is a law that clearly states certain records cannot be made public or certain meetings are not required to
be open to the public.

The exemptions passed in 2007 include confidentiality for identifying information of state employees who submit
domestic violence documents, Lifeline Assistance participants, and donors to historic preservation and historic
landmarks, also for trade secret or proprietary business information, random drug test results of high school
athletes, workforce surveys completed by physicians, records held by the Florida Workers' Compensation Joint
Underwriting Association, and specified U.S. Census bureau and economic development agency information.

Click here for details on each of the exemptions.

Ten of the eleven exemptions were passed unanimously by legislators in the Florida House of Representatives. All
of the exemptions were passed unanimously by Florida Senators.

One legislator voted against HB 7201, the exemption for economic development agencies (EDAs). HB 7201
creates an exemption for proprietary confidential business information, trade secrets, federal identification
numbers, unemployment compensation numbers and Florida sales tax registration numbers held by EDAs.

To find out how your representative voted on open government laws in 2007, first use the map below to find your
district number. Next, click on the district numbers below for your representative's voting record.




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TALLAHASSEE The following is a summary of bills pertaining to public records and open meetings
introduced during the 2007 legislative session. Chief sponsors of the bills are in parentheses at the end
of the summaries. Copies of the legislation in full are available at the Florida Legislature's Web site
(www.leg.state.fl.us). SB = Senate Bill; HB = House Bill; CS = Committee Substitute.

The following 11 bills create new exemptions to the state Public Records and Open Meetings laws. The
status of each bill as of June 13 is noted.
HB 63 Exemption/Domestic Violence State Employees: Creates a public records exemption for
personal identifying information contained in records documenting an act of domestic violence that is
submitted to an agency by an agency employee. Also exempts written requests for leave submitted by
an agency employee and agency time sheets reflecting such requests until one year after the leave has
been taken. (Porth, D-Coral Springs) Approved by Gov. Crist June 12.

CS/HB 131 Exemption/Florida Opportunity Fund: Creates a public records exemption for 1)
materials relating to methods of manufacture or production, potential trade secrets, or patentable
material received, generated, ascertained, or discovered during the course of research conducted by
universities or other publicly supported organizations in Florida; 2) information identifying investors or
potential investors to the fund who desire anonymity; 3) information received from another state or
nation that would otherwise be confidential or exempt; and 4) proprietary confidential business
information regarding alternative investments for 10 years after termination of the investment. Exempts
portions of meetings of the fund board and the Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research at
which exempt information is discussed. Requires that such meetings be recorded but creates an
exemption for portions containing confidential information. Allows access under certain specified
conditions and stipulates that any lawsuit to compel access must be brought in Orange County. (Grant,
R-Port Charlotte) Approved by Gov. Crist June 19.

CS/HB 463 Exemption/High School Drug Tests: Creates a public records exemption for records
relating to random drug tests of high school athletes. Allows disclosure to certain persons, including a
student's parents and administrators. Exempts portions of a meeting at which confidential and exempt
records are discussed or presented. (Llorente, R-Miami) Approved by Gov. Crist June 19.

HB 853 Exemption/Historic St. Augustine Donors: Creates a public records exemption for the
identity of a donor or prospective donor to the historic preservation of St. Augustine if the donor or
prospective donor wishes to remain anonymous. (Proctor, R-St. Augustine) Approved by Gov. Crist
May 24.

CS/SB 1034 Exemption/Physician Workforce Surveys: Creates a public records exemption for all
personal identifying information contained in workforce surveys completed by physicians as a condition
of license renewal by the Department of Health. Allows disclosure under certain specified
circumstances. (Atwater, R-North Palm Beach) Approved by Gov. Crist June 12.





CS/HB 1405 Exemption/Historic Landmarks Donors: Creates a public records exemption for
identifying information about a donor or prospective donor to publicly owned house museums
designated National Historic Landmarks if such persons desire anonymity. (Bullard, D-
Miami) Approved by Gov. Crist June 20.

SB 1510 Exemption/Sunshine State One-Call: Creates a public records exemption for proprietary
confidential business information held by Sunshine State One-Call which describes damage to an
underground facility or use of the member ticket management software system. Prohibits disclosure if
the information 1) is treated by the company as confidential; 2) would be used by a competitor to harm
the company's interests; and 3) is not otherwise readily ascertainable or publicly available by proper
means from another source in the same configuration as provided to Sunshine State One-Call of Florida,
Inc. (Aronberg, D-Greenacres) Aproved by Gov. Crist June 12.


HB 7159 Exemption/Lifeline Assistance Plan: Creates a public record exemption for personal
identifying information of participants in the Lifeline Assistance Plan held by the Public Service
Commission. Provides for disclosure when authorized by the customer, necessary for billing purposes,
or required by the court. (Reagan, R-Bradenton) Approved by Gov. Crist June 27.

HB 7169 Exemption/Worker's Compensation: Creates public record exemptions for records held by
the Florida Workers' Compensation Joint Underwriting Association, Inc. that are 1) underwriting files;
2) claims files until termination of all litigation and settlement of all claims arising out of the same
accident; 3) records obtained or generated by an auditor pursuant to a routine audit or investigation until
such is complete; 4) proprietary information licensed to the association under contract; 5) medical
records; 6) records relating to an employee's participation in an employee assistance program; 7)
information relating to negotiations for financing, reinsurance, etc., until conclusion of the negotiations;
8) reports provided to or submitted by the association regarding suspected fraud or other criminal
activity until any investigation into such activity is closed; (9) payroll information and client lists of
employee leasing companies received from the Department of Revenue; and 10) records prepared by an
association attorney reflecting a mental impression, conclusion, litigation strategy, or legal theory of
such. Allows disclosure under certain specified circumstances. Requires that all portions of meetings
discussing confidential information be recorded and that the recordings be transcribed, but creates an
exemption for such information from disclosure. (Reagan, R-Bradenton) Approved by Gov. Crist June
19.

HB 7193 Exemption/U.S. Census Information: Creates a public record exemption for U.S. Census
bureau information, including maps showing structure location points, address verification records, and
address error or omission records held by an agency pursuant to federal law. Allows for disclosure
under certain specified circumstances. (Attkisson, R- St. Cloud) Approved by Gov. Crist June 27.

HB 7201 Exemption/Economic Development Agencies: Creates an exemption for 1) proprietary
confidential business information held by an economic development agency until such information is no
longer treated as such by the proprietor; 2) trade secrets and federal identification numbers; 3)





unemployment compensation account numbers, or Florida sales tax registration numbers held by an
economic development agency (EDA). In addition, creates an exemption for certain specified
information held by an EDA pursuant to the administration of an economic incentive program for
qualified business, stipulating that the exemption applies only for the duration of the incentive
agreement and expires if the incentive agreement is terminated. (Attkisson, R- St. Cloud) Approved by
Gov. Crist June 19




























Name Party Counties


Exemptions
Supported


Republican


Parts of
Escambia,
Okaloosa
and
Santa
Rosa


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund


CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests


HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -


Greg
Evers


None





Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Party

Republican


Counties

Part of
Escambia


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic


Exemptions
Opposed

None


Name

Dave
Murzin





Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies






























Counties


Exemptions
Supported


Clay IRepublican I Part of IHB 63 I None


Escambia;
Santa
Rosa


Domestic
Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Name


Party


Ford


Exemptions
Opposed






CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies























Exemptions
Party Counties Supported Exempt
Oppose

Republican Parts of HB 63 None
Okaloosa Domestic Violence
and
Santa CS/HB 131 -
Rosa Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors





SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies

























Party


Republican


Counties

Holmes,
Washington
and parts
of Jackson,
Okaloosa
and Walton


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic


Donald
Brown


None





Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Exemptions
Supported


Republican


domesticc
violence


:S/HB 131 -


opportunityy Fund

:S/HB 463 -
ligh School Drug
rests

-B 853 Historic
;t. Augustine
honorss


surveys


:S/HB 1405 -


Gulf and
part of
Bay and
Franklin


None





Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies
















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Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported EOposen
Opposed


Republican


Calhoun,
Gulf,
Jackson,
Liberty
and parts
of Bay,
Gadsden,
Leon and
Walton


HB 63 -
Domestic


Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors


Marti
Coley


None






SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies


























Name Party Counties


Curtis
Richardson


Democrat


Parts of
Gadsden
and Leon


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Exemptions
Supported Exemptions
Opposed


None





CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies













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Exemptions Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Opposed
Supported Opposed

Lorranne Democrat Parts of HB 63 None
Ausley Jefferson, Domestic Violence
Leon
CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic





Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies




























Will
Kendrick


Party


Counties


Exemptions
Supported


Republican Hamilton, IHB 63 None


Madision,
Taylor
and parts
of
Alachua,
Columbia,
Dixie,
Franklin,
Jefferson,
Liberty
and
Wakulla


Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks


Exemptions
Opposed


K TWOMd~p





Donors


SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies

























Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Oposed
Opposed


Democrat


Gilchrist,
Lafayette,
Suwannee
and parts
of
Alachua,
Columbia
and Dixie


HB 63 Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks Donors


Debbie
Boyd


None






SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies






























Party


Republican


flak.





Wkml

aradf"d


Counties


Baker,
Bradford,
Clay,
Nassau,
Union and
part of
Duval


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Exemptions
Opposed


None


Name


Aaron
Bean


I





CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies
































Party

Republican


Counties

Parts of
Clay and
Duval


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 None
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician


Name

Jennifer
Carroll


Exemptions
Opposed





Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies




























Name Party Counties Supported Opposed
Name Party Counties Exemptions Exemptions
Supported Opposed

Terry Democrat Part of HB 63 Domestic None
Fields Duval Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic





Landmarks Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Exemptions Exemptions
Party Counties
Supported Opposed

Democrat Part of HB 63 None
Duval Domestic Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic


Name

Audrey
Gibson





Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies
























Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Opposed
Opposed

Mark Republican Part of HB 63 None
Mahon Duval Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks





Donors


SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies

























Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Opposed
Opposed

Stan Republican Part of HB 63 Domestic None
Jordan Duval Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks Donors






SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Name


Party


Don Davis* Republican


Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.


Counties

Parts of
Duval
and St.
Johns


Exemptions
Supported


None I None


Exemptions
Opposed





Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine
State One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.
S. Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies


























Name


Party


Dick Kravitz* Republican


*Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Counties

Parts of
Clay,
Duval
and St.
Johns


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/HB 1405
- Historic
Landmarks
Donors


SB 1510 -


Exemptions
Opposed

None





Sunshine
State One-
Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.
S. Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies


























Name Party Counties


Republican


Parts of
Clay,
Flagler
and St.
Johns


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund


CS/HB
School


463 High
Drug Tests


HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks Donors


SB 1510 -


William
Proctor


Exemptions
Opposed

None





Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Party

Republican


Counties

Putnam
and parts
of Clay
and
Marion


HB 63 -
Domestic


Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks


Name

Joe
Pickens


Exemptions
Supported Exemptions
Opposed


None





Donors


SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies





























Party

Republican


Counties

Parts of
Alachua,
Marion
and Levy


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic


Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests


HB 853
St. Aug
Donors


- Historic
ustine


CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -


Exemptions
Opposed

None


Name

Larry
Cretul





Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Name


Charles
S.
"Chuck"
Chestnut


Party


Democrat


Counties


Parts of
Alachua,
Marion


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Violence


Domestic


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund


CS/HB
School


463 High
Drug Tests


HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks Donors


SB 1510 -


Exemptions
Opposed


None


_


_





Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies































Party

Republican


Counties

Part of
Marion


HB 63 -
Domestic Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Name

Dennis
Baxley


Exemptions
Supported Exemptions
Opposed


None






CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies





























Party

Republican


Counties

Parts of
Lake,
Seminole,
Volusia


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce


Exemptions
Opposed

None


Name

Alan D.
Hays





Surveys


CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Name

Pat
Patterson


Party

Republican


Counties

Parts of
Flagler
and
Volusia


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Fla ler


None





CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies


























Name Party Counties Exemptions Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Opposed
Supported Opposed

Joyce Democrat Part of HB 63 None
Cusack Volusia Domestic Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors







SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Party


Counties


Republican Part of
Volusia


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks


Name

Dorothy
Hukill


Exemptions
Opposed

None





Donors


SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Party

Republican


Counties

Part of
Brevard
and Indian
River


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Name

Ralph
Poppell


None


Indian Riwr





CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies
































Thad Altman* Republican


*Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys
(Yea vote after
roll call)


Part of
Brevard


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/HB 1405
- Historic
Landmarks


None





Donors


SB 1510 -
Sunshine
State One-
Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.
S. Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Name


Party


Mitch Republican
Needelman


Counties

Part of
Brevard


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 None
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund


CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Exemptions
Opposed





CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.
S. Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies

















Bee Une XWAY


Name


Party


Bob Allen* Republican


*Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors
(Yea vote after
roll call)


Counties

Parts of
Brevard
and
Orange


Exemptions
Supported

HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034
- Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Exemptions
Opposed


None


7






SB 1510 -
Sunshine
State One-
Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.
S. Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported EOposen
Opposed


Republican


Parts of
Orange,
Seminole
and
Volusia


HB 63 -
Domestic


Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


CS/HB 1405 -


Sandra
Adams


None





Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Name

David J.
Mealor*

*Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys
(Yea vote after
roll call)


Party

Republican


Counties

Parts of
Orange
and
Seminole


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/HB 1405
- Historic
Landmarks
Donors


Exemptions
Opposed

None





SB 1510 -
Sunshine
State One-
Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.
S. Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies


























Name


Party


Dean Cannon* Republican


*Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information
(Yea vote after
roll call)

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies
(Yea vote after
roll call)


Counties

Parts of
Orange


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034
- Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405


Exemptions
Opposed

None





- Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine
State One-
Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

























Exemptions

Opposed
Name Party Counties Supported Opposed

Scott Democrat Part of HB 63 None
Randolph Orange Domestic Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks





Donors


SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies


























Name

David
Simmons


Party

Republican


Counties

Parts of
Orange
and
Seminole


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


CS/HB 1405 -


Exemptions
Opposed

None





Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies





























Exemptions
Supported Exemptions
Supported Opposed
Opposed

HB 63 None
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys






CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies




























Name

Geraldine F.
"Geri"
Thompson*

*Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence
(Yea vote after
roll call)

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund
(Yea vote after
roll call)


Party

Democrat


Counties

Part of
Orange


Exemptions
Supported

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

CS/SB 1034
- Physician
Workforce
Surveys

SB 1510 -
Sunshine
State One-
Call

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation


Exemptions
Opposed

None





HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors
(Yea vote after
roll call)

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors
(Yea vote after
roll call)

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan
(Yea vote after
roll call)

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information
(Yea vote after
roll call)

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies
(Yea vote after
roll call)

























Exemptions

Opposed
Name Party Counties Supported Opposed

Andy Republican Part of HB 63 None
Gardiner Orange Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic





Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies

























Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Opposed
Opposed

Stephen Republican Parts of HB 63 None
L. Lake, Domestic
Precourt Orange Violence
and
Osceola CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks





Donors


SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies




























Party


Republican


Counties

Parts of
Lake,
Marion
and
Sumter


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -


Name


Hugh
Gibson


Exemptions
Supported Exemptions
Opposed


None


I





Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies





























Name

Charles
S.
"Charlie"
Dean


Party

Republican


Counties

Citrus
and parts
of
Hernando
and Levy


Exemptions
Supported


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Exemptions
Opposed

None





CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies





























Republican


Exemptions
Counties Supported Exemptons
Opposed


Parts of
Hernando,
Pasco and
Sumter


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic


Name Party


Robert
C.
"Rob"
Schenck


None





Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies






























Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Exemptions
Opposed


Thomas
Anderson*

*Representative
was not
present for
vote on:

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors


Republican


Parts of
Pasco
and
Pinellas


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034


None





- Physician
Workforce
Surveys

SB 1510 -
Sunshine
State One-
Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance
Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.
S. Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies











Pasco
















Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported EOposen
Opposed

John Republican Part of HB 63 None
Legg Pasco Domestic
Violence

CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys





CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies































Counties


Exemptions
Supported


Kevin IRepublican Parts of HB 63 None


Hillsborough


Domestic
Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity
Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School
Drug Tests

HB 853 -
Historic St.
Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -


Name


Party


Ambler


Exemptions
Opposed





Physician
Workforce
Surveys

CS/HB 1405 -
Historic
Landmarks
Donors

SB 1510 -
Sunshine State
One-Call

HB 7159 -
Lifeline
Assistance Plan

HB 7169 -
Worker's
Compensation

HB 7193 U.S.
Census
Information

HB 7201 -
Economic
Development
Agencies



























Exemptions
Name Party Counties Supported Expionse
Opposed


Republican


Parts of
Pasco and
Pinellas


HB 63 -
Domestic
Violence


CS/HB 131 -
Florida
Opportunity Fund

CS/HB 463 -
High School Drug
Tests

HB 853 Historic
St. Augustine
Donors

CS/SB 1034 -
Physician
Workforce
Surveys


Peter
Nehr


None




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