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JOURNAL OF THE SENATE


On motions by Senator Deeb, the Senate concurred in House
amendments 1 and 2 to SB 882.

SB 832 passed as amended by the House amendments, was
ordered engrossed and the action of the Senate was certified to
the House. The vote on passage was:

Yeas-81


Johnston
Lane, J.
Lewis
MacKay
McClain
Myers
Peterson
Poston


Renick
Saunders
Sayler
Scarborough
Sims
Stolzenburg
Thomas, J.
Thomas, P.


By unanimous consent Senators Spicola, W.
Graham were recorded as voting yea.

The Honorable Dempey J. Barron, President


Tobiassen
Trask
Vogt
Ware
Wilson
Winn
Zinkdl


D. Childers and


June 3, 1975


I am directed to inform the Senate that the House of Repre-
sentatives has passed with amendments-

By the Committee on Health and Rehabilitative Services and
Senators Wilson and Renick-
CS for SB 1215-A bill to be entitled An act relating to
hospitals; requiring certain hospitals that provide emergency
services to provide certain treatment for victims of sexual
assault; providing responsibilities of the hospital toward such
persons; providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the Senate.
Allen Morris, Clerk

House Amendment 1-On page 1, line 14, strike "shall" and
insert: may

House Amendment 4-In title, line 4, strike "Requiring" and
insert: allowing

On motions by Senator Wilson, the Senate concurred in
House amendments 1 and 4 to CS for SB 1215.

CS for SB 1215 passed as amended by the House amend-
ments, was ordered engrossed and the action of the Senate was
certified to the House. The vote on passage was:


-and requests the enaeum"en a the Senat.
AU.. Morrvi lerk

Hese AdmbAlment I-On linHe 2, strike for ei wer
160" p ar ora, 0 r
west of gMs Iar ftr nisw 6i- aed n0- "AsMa W ,.
4or w e .r **e pupaes for the remslans P1erabd
,f the ,l.e mSt;

Senator Lewis moved that the Senate concur in the House
amendment to CS for SJR 106L The motion was adopted by
the following vote:

Yeas-21


Brantley
Childers, W. D.
Firestone
Gordon
Hair
Henderson

Nays-13
Mr. President
Childers, D.
Deeb
Dunn


Johnston
Lane, J.
Lewis
McClain
Peterson
Poston


Glisson
MacKay
Saunders
Sayler


By unanimous consent
voting yea.


Renick
Scarborough
Sims
Spicola
Tobiassen
Trask


Stolzenburg
Thomas, J.
Thomas, P.
Vogt


Ware
Winn
Zinkil


Wilson


Senator Graham was recorded as


CS for SJR 1061 as amended was read in full as follows:
am edment
tor and .11 prapan~l anutAf to

Jk It as1ised #w Y L.mfausItmre of the State of Floris:
That the following amendment to Section 9 of Article VII
of the State Constitution is hereby agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of this state for approval or rejection
at the general election to be held in November 1976:

ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND TAXATION
SECTION 9. Local Taxes.-


Yeas-SO
Childers, D.
Deeb
Dunn
Firestone
Glisson
Hair
Henderson
Holloway


Lane,J.
Lewis
MacKay
McClain
Myers
Peterson
Poston
Reniek


Saunders
Sayler
Scarborough
Sims
Spicola
Stolzenburg
Thomas, J.
Thomas, P.


Tobiassen
Trask
Vogt
Ware
Wilson
Zinkil


Nays-None

By unanimous consent Senators Graham and W. D. Childer
were recorded as voting yea.

The Honorable Dempe & rronPresident May 8, 195
I am datiltf rs i& ffiSaf tSt the Hbuse Of Repre-
sentatives has peMd, wiP amendment, by the required Con-
stitutional three-fifths vote of the membership of the House--

By th Comiittee m o a and Calendar-


(a) Counties, school districts, and municipalities shall, and
special districts may, be authorized by law to levy ad vaiorem
taxes and may be authorized by general law to levy other
taxes, for their respective purposes, except ad valorem taxes
on intangible personal property and taxes prohibited by this
constitution.
(b) Ad valorem taxes, exclusive of taxes levied for the
payment of bonds and taxes levied for periods not longer than
two years when authorized by vote of the electors who are
the owners of freeholds therein not wholly exempt from taxa-
tion, shall not be levied in excess of the following millages
upon the assessed value of real estate and tangible personal
property: for all county purposes, ten mills; for all municipal
purposes, ten mills; for all school purposes, ten mills; for
water management purposes for the northwest portion of the
state lying wast of the ine between ranges two and three east,
0.05 mill; for water management purposes for the remaining
portions of the state, 1.0 mill; and for all other special dis-
tricts a millage authorized by law approved by vote of the
electors who are owners of freeholds therein not wholly ex-
empt from taxation. A county furnishing municipal services
may, to the extent authorized by law, levy additional taxes
within the limits fixed for municipal purposes.


CS for UK nIetA jeont resolution proposing an atend-
ment te setit 9, Aislde VII f the State Constitution relating BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following state-
to local ad valorem taxes. C ment be placed on the ballot:


Childers, D.
Deeb
Firestone
Glisson
Gordon
Hair
Henderson
Holloway
Nays-None


Jun* 3Q, 1975




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