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Bill #TitleSponsorCo-SponsorsLegislative MovementDescription
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EducationSB 1434Florida Education Finance ProgramSen. Manny DiazN/A3/5/19 S Intro. SJ 142
Requires School Districts to expend 80% of funds for classroom spending purposes
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SB 1410Hope Scholarship ProgramSen. Manny DiazN/ASJ139 3/5/19Revises eligibilityy requirements, term of scholarship unitl graduation
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SB 934High-Performance Charter SchoolsSen. Manny DiazN/AApp. S.C. on Education
Revises requirements for high-performing charter schools, revives facility capacity measurement when HP CS increse their student enrollment
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SB 1590Native Language AssessmentsSen. TaddeoN/AS Intro. - SJ 207
Statewide standardized assesments given in english and native languages
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HB 1213Native Language AssessmentsRep. PoloN/APreK-12 Quality S.C.
Statewide standardized assesments given in english and native languages
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SB 1234
Student Eligibility for State Financial Aid
Sen. TaddeoN/A3/5/19 S Intro. SJ 126
Student cannot be denied classification as resident for purposes of state financial aid awards based on their immigration status if certain criteria are met.
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HB 457
Student Eligibility for State Financial Aid
Rep. Smith/Driskel
Eskamni,Jean, Joseph, Polo, Valdes, Watson
H First Reading 3/5/19
Student cannot be denied classification as resident for purposes of state financial aid awards based on their immigration status if certain criteria are met.
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SB 1120
Corporal Punishment in Public Schools
Sen. TaddeoN/AEdu. Committiee 3/26/19
Prohibitiing public school employees from using corporal punishment on a public school student
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HB 1031District Cost Differential Rep. AloupisN/A3/5/19 H First Reading
Revises district cost differential used in determining annual allocation to school distrcits from Florida Education Finance Program; requires DOE to consult with specified individuals and entitites during development of wage level index.
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SB 1284District Cost Differential Sen. Manny DiazSen. Rodriguez/ Taddeo Edu. Committiee 3/26/19
Revises district cost differential used in determining annual allocation to school distrcits from Florida Education Finance Program; requires DOE to consult with specified individuals and entitites during development of wage level index.
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SB 7030School Safety and SecurityEducationPassed
Requiring a sheriff to establish a school guardian program under a certain condition; requiring school districts to promote a mobile suspicious activity reporting tool through specified mediums; requiring the Commissioner of Education to review recommendations from the School Hardening and Harm Mitigation Workgroup; revising the duties of the commissioner to include oversight of compliance with the safety and security requirements of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act by specified persons and entities, etc.
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Election Reform
SB 1386Elections Sen. RodriguezSen. Powell/ Braynon3/519 S Intro. SJ 137
Revising the deadline by which a person who casts a provisional ballot must submit any written evidence that supports his or her eligibility to vote; requiring the supervisor of elections to provide an option to allow electors to receive certain notices by electronic delivery; authorizing an elector to file a challenge with the county canvassing board if his or her ballot is rejected due to a signature discrepancy; clarifying that ballots cast during the early voting period may be canvassed and processed during such period, etc.
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SB 1760Voter Registration Sen. TaddeoN/AS Intro. SJ 222
Revising procedures governing voter registration administered by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles; requiring the department to include a voter registration component on specified applications; requiring the Department of State to approve the voter registration component, etc.
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ImmigrationHB 1137
Nonenforcement of Immigration Detainers
Rep. PoloN/A3/5/19 First Reading
Prohibits law enforcement agencies, correctional institutions, & their officers from complying with immigration detainers & nonjudicial immigration warrants & from engaging in certain acts based on individual's citizenship & immigration status; provides immunity from liability.
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CS/SB 168Federal Immigration EnforcementSen. Gruters Sen. BeanSpecial Order 4/25/19
Prohibiting sanctuary policies; requiring state entities, local governmental entities, and law enforcement agencies to use best efforts to support the enforcement of federal immigration law; authorizing a law enforcement agency to transport an alien unlawfully present in the United States under certain circumstances; prohibiting discrimination on specified grounds, etc.
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HB 527Federal Immigration EnforcementRep. Byrd/GrallRep. Hill/ Sabatini
4/23/19 Placed on Third Reading
Designates act "Rule of Law Adherence Act"; prohibits sanctuary policies; requires state & local governmental agencies to comply with & support enforcement of federal immigration law; provides requirements concerning immigration detainers & certain arrested persons; prohibits restrictions on transfer of certain information related to enforcement of immigration law; authorizes law enforcement agency to transport unauthorized alien; authorizes ordinances for recovery immigration detainer costs; provides whistle-blower protections for certain officials; requires AG to prescribe format for complaints; provides injunctive relief & civil penalties; prohibits expenditure of public funds for specified purposes; provides cause of action for personal injury or wrongful death attributed to sanctuary policy; prohibits discrimination on specified grounds; requires repeal of existing sanctuary policies.
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HousingHB 353Housing Trust FundsRep. McGhee/ PolskyRep. Cortes, Joseph, Mercado, Smith3/5/19 First Reading
Requires certain agencies to provide report to Legislature to use of specified transferred funds; requires repayment of funds.
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SB 1504Housing Trust FundsSen. BermanN/AS Intro. SJ 200
Requires certain agencies to provide report to Legislature to use of specified transferred funds; requires repayment of funds.
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HB 413State Workforce Housing Tax CreditRep. AloupisRep. RascheinFirst Reading 3/5/19
Authorizing the Department of Revenue to provide information on taken state workforce housing tax credits to the Florida Housing Finance Corporation; replacing provisions relating to the State Housing Tax Credit Program with provisions relating to the State Workforce Housing Tax Credit Program; providing for an insurance premium and retaliatory tax credit to certain workforce housing developments; authorizing certain taxpayers to claim a credit against the premium tax and retaliatory tax, etc.
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CS/SB 250State Workforce Housing Tax CreditSen. FloresN/AComm. Affairs 1st read 3.5.19
Authorizing the Department of Revenue to provide information on taken state workforce housing tax credits to the Florida Housing Finance Corporation; replacing provisions relating to the State Housing Tax Credit Program with provisions relating to the State Workforce Housing Tax Credit Program; providing for an insurance premium and retaliatory tax credit to certain workforce housing developments; authorizing certain taxpayers to claim a credit against the premium tax and retaliatory tax, etc.
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HealthcareHB 955Medicaid Eligibility Requirements Rep. PerezN/AAmended Filed 4/23/19
Requires AHCA to seek federal approval to require Medicaid enrollees to engage in work activities to maintain eligibility and enrollment; eliminates premium-sharing requirement
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SB 524Health Insurance Savings ProgramSen. DiazSen. Farmer2nd reading 4/22/19
Designating the “Patient Savings Act”; authorizing health insurers and health maintenance organizations to implement shared savings incentive programs; providing that a direct written premium must be reduced by the dollar amount of certain incentives, for the purpose of certain taxes; requiring the Office of Insurance Regulation to review insurers’ filings of their program descriptions, etc.
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HB 1113Health Insurance Savings ProgramRep. RennerN/APassed 114-0
Authorizes health insurers to provide shared savings incentive programs in which insureds receive cash payment as incentive to save on certain nonemergency health care services; provides shared savings incentive amount does not institute income to insureds; provides that shared savings incentives are not administrative expenses for insurers; provides tax reductions for insurers.
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HB 1117Adult Use of Marijuana LegalizationRep. Grieco/SmithRep. Eskamni 3/5/19 First Reading
Exempts certain activities involving marijuana from use & possession offenses; authorizes persons age 21 & over to engage in certain activities involving personal use of marijuana in limited amounts; provides for licensure of marijuana establishments that may engage in manufacture or sell of marijuana, marijuana products & marijuana accessories; provides for limits on number of retail marijuana stores in localities; provides standards for prospective licensees & restrictions on location of marijuana establishments; authorizes localities to prohibit one or more types of marijuana establishments; provides an exemption from specified provisions for marijuana research.
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SB 1780Adult Use of Marijuana LegalizationSen. FarmerN/AS Intro. SJ 224
Exempts certain activities involving marijuana from use & possession offenses; authorizes persons age 21 & over to engage in certain activities involving personal use of marijuana in limited amounts; provides for licensure of marijuana establishments that may engage in manufacture or sell of marijuana, marijuana products & marijuana accessories; provides for limits on number of retail marijuana stores in localities; provides standards for prospective licensees & restrictions on location of marijuana establishments; authorizes localities to prohibit one or more types of marijuana establishments; provides an exemption from specified provisions for marijuana research.
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HB 109Conversion TherapyRep. Grieco
Polo, Mercaod, Smith, Eskamani, Geller, Good
3/5/19 First Reading
Prohibiting a person who is licensed to provide professional counseling or a practitioner who is licensed under provisions regulating the practice of medicine, osteopathic medicine, psychology, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, or mental health counseling from practicing or performing conversion therapy for an individual who is younger than a specified age; providing that such licensee or practitioner is subject to disciplinary proceedings by the Department of Health and the appropriate board under certain circumstances, etc.
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SB 84Conversion TherapySen. RodriguezSen. Farmer/ Taddeo3/5/19 S Intro. SJ 39
Prohibiting a person who is licensed to provide professional counseling or a practitioner who is licensed under provisions regulating the practice of medicine, osteopathic medicine, psychology, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, or mental health counseling from practicing or performing conversion therapy for an individual who is younger than a specified age; providing that such licensee or practitioner is subject to disciplinary proceedings by the Department of Health and the appropriate board under certain circumstances, etc.
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CS/HB 59
Prescription Drug Donation Repository
Rep DuranRep. Daniels/Eskamni/SilversPassed 114-0
Creates Prescription Drug Donation Repository Program within DOH; provides criteria & conditions for donation of prescription drugs & supplies from certain authorized entities for dispensing to eligible patients; authorizes DOH to establish direct-support organization; authorizes Governor to waive program patient eligibility requirements during declared state of emergency.
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CS/SB 104
Prescription Drug Donation Repository
Sen. BookSen. Harrell
3/5/19 S CS Health Policy 1st Read
Creates Prescription Drug Donation Repository Program within DOH; provides criteria & conditions for donation of prescription drugs & supplies from certain authorized entities for dispensing to eligible patients; authorizes DOH to establish direct-support organization; authorizes Governor to waive program patient eligibility requirements during declared state of emergency.
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CS/HB 7015
Medical Use of Marijuana Appropriations CommHealth & Human Services Comm3/5/19 First Reading
Authorizes smoking of medical marijuana for qualified patient, other than terminally ill patient, under certain circumstances; prohibits smoking of medical marijuana for qualified patient under 18 years; requires certain medical marijuana treatment centers to comply with certain standards in production & packaging of marijuana in form for smoking; renames Coalition for Medical Marijuana Research & Education as Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research; establishes consortium within state university designated by BOG.
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Gun ReformSB 1718Sale and Delivery of FirearmsSen. TaddeoN/AS Intro. SJ 219
Prohiniting persons convicted of misdemeanor hate crime offenses from purchasing firearms
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HB 769Sale and Delivery of FirearmsRep. SmithN/A3/5/19 First Reading
Prohiniting persons convicted of misdemeanor hate crime offenses from purchasing firearms
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HB 197Concealed Weapons and FirearmsRep. Polo
Cortes, Fernandez, Joseph, Mercado, Smith
3/5/19 First Reading
Prohibits concealed weapon or firearm from openly carrying handgun or carring concealed weapon or firearm into any child care facility
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SB 752Concealed Weapons and FirearmsSen. BermanN/A3/5/19 S Intro. -SJ 88
Prohibits concealed weapon or firearm from openly carrying handgun or carring concealed weapon or firearm into any child care facility
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HB 455
Assult Weapons & Large Capacity Mag
Rep. SmithCortes, Fernandez, Joseph, Polo, Eskamni3/5/19 First Reading
Prohibits sale, transfers, or possession of assault weapon or large-capacity ammunition magazine; provides exceptions; requires certificates of possession for assault weapons or large-capacity ammunition magazines lawfully possessed before specified date; provides conditions for continued possession of such weapons or large-capacity ammunition magazines; requires certificates of transfer for transfers of assault weapons or large-capacity magazines; provides for relinquishment of assault weapons or large-capacity magazines; provides requirements for transportation of assault weapons; provides enhanced criminal penalties for certain offenses when committed with assault weapon or large-capacity magazine.
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SB 466
Assult Weapons & Large Capacity Mag
Sen. FarmerN/A3/5/19 Intro. S -SJ 65
Prohibiting the sale or transfer of an assault weapon or large-capacity ammunition magazine; prohibiting possession of an assault weapon or large-capacity magazine; providing exceptions; requiring certificates of possession for assault weapons or large-capacity ammunition magazines lawfully possessed before a specified date; providing enhanced criminal penalties for certain offenses when committed with an assault weapon or large-capacity magazine, etc.
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SB 764Home SafetySen. BermanSen. Cruz/Torres3/5/19 S Intro. SJ 88
Prohibiting a person who owns a firearm from keeping it in a residence if he or she knows or has reason to know that another person also residing in that residence is prohibited from owning, possessing, purchasing, or receiving a firearm; requiring that on a certain date and annually thereafter each clerk of the court report to the Office of State Courts Administrator specified information, etc.
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HB 923Home SafetyRep. Stark N/A3/5/19 First Reading
Prohibiting a person who owns a firearm from keeping it in a residence if he or she knows or has reason to know that another person also residing in that residence is prohibited from owning, possessing, purchasing, or receiving a firearm; requiring that on a certain date and annually thereafter each clerk of the court report to the Office of State Courts Administrator specified information, etc.
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Criminal Justice
CS/SB 332Incarcerated WomenSen. PizzoSen. Rodriguez, Book, Taddeo, Farmer4/19/19 Placed on calander
Citing this act as the "Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act"; requiring correctional facilities to provide incarcerated women with certain health care products, subject to certain requirements; providing requirements for male correctional facility employees in certain circumstances; requiring documentation of certain incidents involving male correctional facility employees, etc.
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HB 49Incarcerated WomenRep. Jones/MercadoRep. Duran, Greico, Joseph, PoloThird Reading Calander
Designates act "Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act"; requires correctional facilities to provide incarcerated women with certain healthcare products; provides requirements for male correctional employees in certain circumstances; requires documentation of certain incidents involving male correctional employees.
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HB 747Criminal History RecordsRep. Joseph N/A3/5/19 First Reading
Requires Criminal Justice Information Program to administratively seal criminal history records of minor upon notification by clerk of court
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SB 936Criminal History RecordsSen. BracyN/ACrim. Justice 1st read SJ 246
Requires Criminal Justice Information Program to administratively seal criminal history records of minor upon notification by clerk of court
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HB 749Pub. Rec./ Sealing of Criminal HistoryRep. Joseph N/A3/5/19 First Reading
Expands existing public records exemption to include administrative sealing of specified criminal history records; provides for future review & repeal of expanded exemption; provides for reversion of specified language if exemption is not saved from repeal; provides statement of public necessity
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SB 938Pub. Rec./ Criminal History RecordsSen. BracyN/ACrim. Justice 1st read SJ 246
Expanding an existing public records exemption to include the administrative sealing of specified criminal history records; providing for future review and repeal of the expanded exemption; providing a statement of public necessity, etc.
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HB 113Assault or BatteryRep. GriecoRep. Eskamani3/5/19 First Reading
Provides for reclassification of assault or battery offenses committed on ceratin person when such persons are engaged in their lawful duties.
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SB 822Assault or BatterySen. PizzoN/A
S CS by Crim, Justice 1st Read SJ192
Provides for reclassification of assault or battery offenses committed on ceratin person when such persons are engaged in their lawful duties.
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CS/HB 79HIV PreventionRep. DuranN/AJudiciary Comm.
Cites acts as "HIV Prevention Justice Act"; provides exception to allow donation of human tissue by person with HIV under certain circumstances; expands cope of unlawful acts by person infected with sexually transmissible disease to include HIV; reclassifies specified criminal offenses.
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SB 846HIV PreventionSen. PizzoN/A
Health Policy- Temp. Postponed
Cites acts as "HIV Prevention Justice Act"; provides exception to allow donation of human tissue by person with HIV under certain circumstances; expands cope of unlawful acts by person infected with sexually transmissible disease to include HIV; reclassifies specified criminal offenses.
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HB 817Civil RightsRep. BushN/A3/5/19 First Reading
Provides that Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992 protects individuals from discrimination and gentrification because of certain income status; provides act must protect interest of individuals concerning personal dignity and respect and must avoid involuntary servidturde or adverse terms and conditions.
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Abortion HB 235AbortionRep. Hill
Rep. Beltran, DiCegilie, Fischer, Hage, McClain
3/5/19 First Reading
Requires physician to examine woman obtaining abortion for presence of detectable fetal heartbeat; revises informed consent for abortion procedure requirements; provides criminal penalties; prohibits termination of pregnancy when fetal heartbeat is detected; provides exceptions.
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SB 792AbortionSen. Baxley
Sen. Gainer,Broxon,Albritton,Diaz, Mayfield
3/5/19 S Intro. SJ 91
Requires physician to examine woman obtaining abortion for presence of detectable fetal heartbeat; revises informed consent for abortion procedure requirements; provides criminal penalties; prohibits termination of pregnancy when fetal heartbeat is detected; provides exceptions.
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UnionsHB 13Collective Bargaining Rep. WilliamsonN/A3/7/19 First Reading
Prohibits collective bargaining agreements that authorize or require public employer to compensate public employee or third party for employee organization activities or to provide compensated leave time for employee organization activities; provides exception.
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