Title: Proposed Drafting Process For Legislative Implementation of Water Supply Development and Funding Group Recommendations
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Title: Proposed Drafting Process For Legislative Implementation of Water Supply Development and Funding Group Recommendations
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Proposed Drafting Process For Legislative Implementation of Water Supply Development and Funding Group Recommendations (JDV Box 70)
General Note: Box 24, Folder 3 ( Water Supply Development and Funding - 1996-1997 ), Item 38
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PROPOSED DRAFTING PROCESS
FOR LEGISLATIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF
WATER SUPPLY DEVELOPMENT AND FUNDING GROUP RECOMMENDATIONS

January 30, 1997

1. Governor's Office directs the drafting process, assigns
staff to prepare draft legislation based on the final report
and any specific directions from the work group and the
Governor's Office. Recommendations already in legislative
language will be included in the draft legislation (The
advantage of this is that the Governor's Office has input up
front and staff can suggest the most appropriate place in
the statutes to amend sections or create new sections. It
also provides a framework for the committee)

2. Governor's Office selects a drafting committee from the work
group, with members of both core committees, or asks the
core committees to choose a group (of specified number).

Alternative One: One representative of each interest group,
from either but not both committees--that would make 10
members, five could come from the Development committee and
five from the Funding committee, with the chairs of the
committees as members.

Alternative Two: A smaller drafting committee (6 to 8
members), choosing from each core committee, with one chair
from each committee as members.

3. Drafting committee takes staff draft legislation and revises
as needed. The committee may break up into subcommittees.
The drafting committee will consult with other members of
the work group and their constituency, as needed.

4. Work Group reviews draft legislation, proposes amendments.


Possible Timeframe:

Acceptance of final recommendations Jan. 31???

Staff completes final report February 7

Workshop with Legislators

Staff completes draft legislation,
distributes to drafting committee February 14

Drafting committee begins work February 18

Work Group Workshop on Draft Bill/
Agreement on support of bill or on continuing
work on bill, etc. February 28




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