2001 Legislative Report for Period Ending March 16

Symbol Meaning
Current action
CS Committee Substitute
P Passed both Chambers
W Withdrawn from further consideration

For Period Ending: March 16

SB 514 Use of Public Record Information/Criminal Purpose: Stipulates that a person who knowingly uses public records or information obtained from public records to further or facilitate the commission of a crime commits, in addition to the underlying offense, a first degree misdemeanor or third degree felony. No House companion. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

  • S. Criminal Justice: Reported favorably.

HB 599 Non-Title IV-D Child Support Enforcement Services: Creates a public records exemption for information identifying recipients of or applicants for non-Title IV-D child support enforcement services provided by a county agency. Similar to CS/SB 772. Rep. Connie Mack (R-Ft. Lauderdale)

  • H. Child & Family Security: Two minor amendments adopted; reported favorably as amended.

CS/SB 772 Non-Title IV-D Child Support Enforcement Services: Creates a public records exemption for information identifying recipients of or applicants for non-Title IV-D child support enforcement services provided by a county agency. Similar to HB 599. Sen. Debby Sanderson (R-Ft. Lauderdale)

  • S. Children & Families: Two minor, technical amendments adopted; reported favorably as a committee substitute.

CS/HB 789 Data Processing Software/Electronic Records: Reenacts, in its entirety, s. 119.083, F.S., which allows a government agency to copyright data processing software it develops and provides numerous provisions regarding access to public records in electronic formats. Renumbers the section as 119.084. No Senate companion. Rep. David Mealor (R-Lake Mary)

  • H. Information Technology: Various amendments adopted granting government agencies the specific authority to establish a price for the sale or licensing of agency-created data processing software; authorizing such agencies to adopt rules and policies necessary to implement the authority conferred by the provision; and stipulating how the proceeds from such sales are to be deposited. Reported favorably as a committee substitute.

SB 804 OGSR/Pawnbroker Transaction Records: Repeals the Sunset Review provision in s. 539.003, F.S., providing a public records exemption for pawnbroker transaction records. Similar to HB 403. S. Criminal Justice Committee

  • S. Governmental Oversight: Reported favorably.

CS/SB 1026 OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records: Reenacts and expands slightly the exemption in s. 626.921, F.S. for trade secret information provided to the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. SB 1026 deletes the exemption for trade secrets and creates an exemption for information specific to a particular surplus lines insurance policy or policyholder. Expands the exemption to apply to information provided to the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. Requires review under the OGSR Act in 2006. Similar to HB 405. S. Banking & Insurance Committee

  • S. Banking & Insurance: Amended to stipulate that information provided to the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office is exempt if disclosure would reveal information specific to a particular policy or policyholder, and to allow disclosure of such information to the Department of Insurance; reported favorably as a committee substitute.

SB 1060 OGSR/Personal Information – Toll Facilities: Reenacts, without change, s. 338.155, F.S., providing an exemption for personal information provided to the Department of Transportation, a county, or an expressway authority for the purpose of prepayment of toll facility charges. Identical to HB 397. S. Transportation Committee

  • S. Transportation: Reported favorably.

SB 1062 OGSR/Airport Security Plans: Reenacts, without change, s. 331.22, F.S., providing an exemption for airport security plans and photographs, maps, blueprints, drawings, and similar material depicting critical airport operating facilities. Identical to HB 395. S. Transportation Committee

  • S. Transportation: Reported favorably.

SB 1200 Nursing Homes/Internal Risk-Management Records: Creates a public records exemptions for (1) records of meetings of nursing home risk-management and quality assurance committees; (2) incident reports filed with facility risk managers and administrators; (3) notifications of adverse incidents; and (4) adverse incident reports. Allows the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) to release such records to the appropriate law enforcement agency or regulatory board if AHCA has a reasonable belief that facility staff has engaged in criminal activities or conduct requiring disciplinary action. Stipulates that the records retain their confidential and exempt status. Also creates an exemption for the meetings of nursing home risk-management and quality-assurance committees. No House companion. Sen. Ginny Brown-Waite (R-Brooksville)

  • S. Health: Reported favorably.

CS/SB 1356 Autopsy Photographs: Creates a public records exemption for autopsy photographs or videos. Makes it a third degree felony to allow access to such photos or videos. Similar to HB 1083. Sen. Jim King (R-Jacksonville)

  • S. Criminal Justice: Amended by Sen. Rod Smith (D-Gainesville) to: (1) prohibit public inspection or copying of autopsy photos, videos, or audio tapes except upon court order and a showing of good cause; (2) require a judge, in finding good cause, to balance the public’s right of oversight and the family’s privacy interests; (3) require that a family member be a party to an suit seeking access; and (4) require legal representation of an indigent family in such lawsuits; reported favorably as a committee substitute.

NEW BILLS FILED

HB 1067 Physicians/Adverse Incident Reports: Creates a public records exemption for information contained in notices of adverse incidents filed with the Department of Health (DOH) by physicians (pursuant to s. 458.351, F.S.) and osteopathic physicians. Also stipulates that the information in an adverse incident report is not discoverable or admissible in civil or administrative actions, and may not be made available to the public as part of an investigation or disciplinary proceeding by DOH. “Adverse incident” is defined as an event over which the physician could exercise control resulting in death, brain or spinal damage, performance of a surgical procedure on the wrong patient, or performance of a wrong-site surgical procedure. Identical to SB 692. Rep. Bruce Kyle (R-Ft. Myers)

🙁 THIS BILL IS A PARED-DOWN VERSION OF LEGISLATION FILED BY REP. KYLE LAST YEAR, AND THE FLORIDA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (FMA) HAS MADE SOME ATTEMPT TO ADDRESS THE CONCERNS WE RAISED DURING THE 2000 SESSION. HOWEVER, THE EXEMPTION FOR ADVERSE INCIDENT REPORTS IS TERRIBLE PUBLIC POLICY—NOT ONLY WOULD THE PUBLIC HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF SUCH INCIDENTS, THERE WOULD BE ABSOLUTELY NO OPPORTUNITY FOR GOVERNMENTAL OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY. IN ADDITION, HB 1067 VIOLATES THE CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARD FOR THE CREATION OF NEW EXEMPTIONS.

HB 1083 Autopsy Photographs: Creates a public records exemption for autopsy photographs or videos. Makes it a third degree felony to allow access to such photos or videos. Identical to SB 1356. Reps. Randy Johnson (R-Winter Garden); Jeff Miller (R-Milton)

  • H. State Administration: An amendment offered by Reps. Johnson and Miller, and adopted by the Committee on a vote of 3/2, exempts autopsy photos and video recordings, but allows access for inspection and copying upon a written waiver by a surviving family member. Also allows a requester to petition a court for access and authorizes the court to allow inspection (but not copying) upon a showing of good cause and a balancing of interests. Requires notice of such requests to a surviving family member. Allows access by other governmental agencies, but stipulates that the identity of the deceased remains confidential and exempt without a written waiver from a family member. Also allows a district medical examiner to use the photos for the purpose of seeking another medical opinion, for providing professional training, or for research purposes, with the same confidentiality provision for the identity of the deceased. Stipulates that a violation is a third degree felony. (Reps. Brummer and McGriff, opposed.)
    🙁 IT’S GOING FROM BAD TO WORST WITH THESE AUTOPSY PHOTO EXEMPTION BILLS. HB 1083, AS AMENDED, MAKES VERY LITTLE SENSE. THE STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY CLAIMS THAT THE EXEMPTION IS NECESSARY TO PROTECT THE FAMILY’S PRIVACY. YET WHAT COULD BE A BIGGER INVASION OF PRIVACY THAN THE REPEATED CALLS TO THE FAMILY EVERY TIME ANYONE WANTS TO INSPECT THE RECORDS? THIS IS CRAZY AND NONSENSICAL.

HB 1103 Insurer Receivership Records: Creates a public records exemption for certain, specified records of an insurance company subjected to receivership proceedings unless such records have been subject to public scrutiny while in the custody of the insurance company absent the receivership proceedings. Identical to SB 1458. Rep. Anne Gannon (D-Delray Beach)

??? AS WE UNDERSTAND IT, HB 1103 WOULD EXEMPT RECORDS OF PRIVATE INSURANCE COMPANIES THAT HAVE DECLARED BANKRUPTCY AND HAVE THUS FALLEN UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. THESE ARE RECORDS THAT, EXCEPT FOR THE RECEIVERSHIP PROCEEDING, WOULD OTHERWISE BE PRIVATE. WE THINK THIS MIGHT BE OKAY, BUT NEED MORE INFORMATION AS TO WHAT RECORDS WOULD COME UNDER THE CUSTODY OF THE DEPARTMENT.

HB 1147 DOI/Personal Information: Creates a public records exemption for personal identifying information in financial or patient records received by the Department of Insurance. Identical to SB 1734. Rep. Will Kendrick (D-Carrabellle)

🙁 WE DON’T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THE INTENT OF HB 1147. HOWEVER, THE BILL IS DRAFTED RATHER POORLY, AND THE REQUIRED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY IS INSUFFICIENT.

HB 1385 Temporary Assistance Programs: Creates a public meetings exemption for portions of meetings held by the Department of Children and Family Services, the Agency for Workforce Innovation, Workforce Florida, the Department of Management Services, the Department of Health, the Department of Revenue, the Department of Education, a regional workforce board, and service providers of such agencies, at which information identifying individuals who have applied for or are receiving temporary assistance. Also creates a public records exemption for information identifying such individuals held by the same agencies. Specifies when, and under what conditions, such information may be released. No Senate companion. Rep. Arthenia Joyner (D-Tampa)

THE MEETINGS AND RECORDS EXEMPTIONS CREATED BY HB 1385 ARE REQUIRED UNDER FEDERAL LAW.

SB 1552 Armed Forces/Form DD-214: Creates a public records exemption for US Armed Forces form DD-214 when filed with a clerk of the court. No House companion. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

??? WE DON’T KNOW WHAT A FORM DD-214 IS, MUCH LESS WHAT INFORMATION IT MIGHT CONTAIN. WE ALSO DON’T KNOW WHY THE FORM SHOULD BE EXEMPT FROM PUBLIC DISCLOSURE, BECAUSE THE CONSTITUTIONALLY-REQUIRED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY IN SB 1552 IS WOEFULLY INADEQUATE.

SB 1562 Tobacco Industry Records: Creates a public records exemption for information submitted by members of the tobacco industry to the Comptroller for purposes of calculating annual tobacco-settlement payments to the state. No House companion. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

🙁 ACCORDING TO SB 1562’S STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY, THIS EXEMPTION IS NECESSARY TO PROTECT THE BUSINESS INTERESTS OF THE TOBACCO COMPANY. IT WOULD SEEM, THEN, THAT THE EXEMPTION FOR ALL INFORMATION IS OVERBROAD. IN ADDITION, THE EXEMPTION PRECLUDES ANY OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY.

SB 1678 State Employees/Bidding: Expresses legislative intent to create a public records exemption for information regarding bids made by state employees. No House companion. Sen. Jim King (R-Jacksonville)

??? THIS IS A TYPICAL SHELL BILL, MERELY EXPRESSING THE INTENT TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION TO THE PUBLIC RECORDS LAW. WE’LL BE KEEPING A CAREFUL EYE ON THE BILL, AND WILL REPORT ANY AMENDMENTS TO IT IN OUR WEEKLY REPORTS.

SB 1688 Access to Police Reports: Amends s. 119.105, F.S., to require a any person seeking to inspect or copy a police report to sign an affidavit as a condition of access. Identical to HB 995. Sen. Betty Holzendorf (D-Jacksonville)

🙁 IT HAS BEEN THE POLICY IN THIS STATE FOR OVER 100 YEARS THAT A PERSON SEEKING ACCESS TO PUBLIC RECORDS DOES NOT HAVE TO PUT A REQUEST IN WRITING OR PROVIDE IDENTIFICATION OR THE REASON FOR THE REQUEST. SB 1688 IS CONTRARY TO THAT POLICY. FURTHERMORE, IT DOES NOT DEFINE “AFFIDAVIT” AND DOES NOT INCLUDE A STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY OR JUSTIFICATION AS REQUIRED BY THE FLORIDA CONSTITUTION.

SB 1726 Elderly Affairs/Personal Information: Creates a public records exemption for personally identifying information contained in records related to an individual’s health or eligibility for health-related or elder-care services made or received by the Department of Elderly Affairs. Allows for access to the information under certain, specified conditions. No House companion. Sen. Burt Saunders (R-Cape Coral)

THIS LEGISLATION, CREATING A LIMITED EXEMPTION TO THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF ACCESS, COMPLIES WITH THE CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CREATING NEW EXEMPTIONS.

SB 1734 DOI/Personal Information: Identical to HB 1147. Sen. Tom Rossin (D-Royal Palm Beach)

SB 1762 Communication Systems: Creates a public records exemption for technical information pertaining to trunking radio communications systems and mobile data communications used by government agencies. Specifically exempts access to technical information, including system trunking format data, mobile data terminal information, coded radio identification information, and encryption codes used to ensure secure communications, that would allow unauthorized individuals to gain transmit access or allow monitoring of encrypted or privileged communications. No House companion. Sen. Bill Posey (R-Rockledge)

??? THIS BILL SEEMS TO BE NARROWLY-TAILORED TO EXEMPT ONLY TECHNICAL, SECURITY-TYPE INFORMATION THAT WOULD ALLOW UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS. HOWEVER, WE DON’T HAVE SUFFICIENT TECHNICAL EXPERTISE TO KNOW WHAT EFFECT, IF ANY, SB 1762 WOULD HAVE ON PRINT AND BROADCAST JOURNALISTS WHO REGULARLY MONITOR LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS.

SB 1766 Code Enforcement Officers: Slightly expands the current exemption for the home addresses and telephone numbers of code enforcement officers in s. 119.07(3)(i), F.S., to include in the exemption social security numbers and the work addresses and telephone numbers of spouses. No House companion. Sen. Victor Crist (R-Tampa)

THIS LEGISLATION, CREATING A LIMITED EXEMPTION TO THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF ACCESS, COMPLIES WITH THE CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CREATING NEW EXEMPTIONS.

SB 1836 DOR & Local Government/Sharing Information: Amends s. 213.053, F.S., to create a public records exemption for information provided to the Department of Revenue (DOR) relating to communication services taxes. Authorizes the sharing of such information between DOR and local governments, and stipulates that such information, confidential and exempt while in the custody of the DOR, retains its confidential and exempt status when transferred to local government. No House companion. Sen. Lisa Carlton (R-Osprey)

??? THIS BILL IS SORT OF SCREWY. IT EXPANDS THE EXEMPTION IN S. 213.053, F.S., BUT THE TITLE OF THE BILL AND THE REQUIRED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY ADDRESS ONLY THE SHARING OF THE EXEMPT INFORMATION WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

SB 1838 Financial Records/State Bidders: Expands the current exemption in s. 119.07(3)(t), F.S., for financial statements provided to a government agency by a prospective bidder, to specifically include within the exemption profit-and-loss statements, payroll records, records of fringe benefits, and cost statements of administrative overhead. No House companion. Sen. Daryl Jones (D-Miami)

THIS LEGISLATION, CREATING A LIMITED EXPANSION TO A CURRENT EXEMPTION, COMPLIES WITH THE CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CREATING NEW EXEMPTIONS.

SB 1848 Nursing Homes/Claimant Information: Creates a public records exemption for information provided to the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) identifying a claimant or a case number of a claim or civil action resulting in final judgment, arbitration decision, order, mediation agreement, or settlement involving a nursing home or assisted living facility. No House companion. Sen. Ginny Brown-Waite (R-Brooksville)

??? ALTHOUGH THIS EXEMPTION IS RELATIVELY NARROW, WE HAVE TO QUESTION THE NEED TO EXEMPT A CASE NUMBER AND IDENTIFYING INFORMATION. IF IDENTIFYING INFO IS EXEMPT, THEN THERE WOULD SEEM TO BE NO NEED TO EXEMPT THE CASE NUMBER AS WELL. ALSO, THE CASE NUMBER WOULD BE NECESSARY IN ORDER TO TRACK CASES FOR THE PURPOSE OF GOVERNMENTAL OVERSIGHT.

SB 1898 Government Collection of Information: Recognizes the pressure that government’s increasing use of web-based technologies is placing on Florida’s Public Records Law, and the fact that the constitutional right to privacy cannot be construed to limit the public’s right of access to public records. Suggests that more consideration be given to the types of information collected by government, the purpose of collecting such information, and whether it is necessary to collect all the information that is currently being amassed by government. Requires the State Technology Office (STO) to conduct a survey of state agencies, the State University System, clerks of the court, and local governments regarding the types of information they (1) compile in databases or other electronic formats; (2) sell or share with third parties; and (3) provide on-line. Also requires STO to make recommendations and submit a written report to the Legislature by February 1, 2002. No House companion. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

THIS IS ANOTHER RECOMMENDATION FROM THE GOVERNOR’S PRIVACY & TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCE, SUGGESTING THAT GOVERNMENT FOCUS ON THE COLLECTION OF INFORMATION TO ENSURE THAT IT IS NOT COLLECTING INFORMATION IT DOES NOT NEED FOR GOVERNMENTAL OR REGULATORY PURPOSES. THE ACTIVITIES OF THE STO WILL NECESSITATE A CLOSE WATCH, AND WE WILL REPORT ANY ACTIVITY BY THE STO IF THIS BILL BECOMES LAW.

SB 1930 Central Voter File: Creates a public records exemption for information contained in the central voter file administered by the Division of Elections. No House companion. Sen. Skip Campbell (D-Tamarac)

🙁 BOY, IS THIS ONE BAD. NOT ONLY IS THE BILL UNCONSTITUTIONAL—ITS STATED PURPOSE IS TO PROTECT PERSONAL, SENSITIVE INFORMATION AND THE BILL EXEMPTS THE ENTIRE RECORD—BUT IT’S TERRIBLE PUBLIC POLICY. VOTER REGISTRATION RECORDS ARE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION ONLY (EVEN THE TAKING OF NOTES IS PROHIBITED!) UNTIL RECEIVED BY THE DIVISION OF ELECTIONS. THAT MEANS THE ONLY OPPORTUNITY FOR UNCOVERING VOTER OR ELECTION FRAUD COMES ONCE VOTER REGISTRATION RECORDS ARE HANDED OVER TO THE DIVISION BY THE SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS AFTER AN ELECTION. PUBLIC ACCESS TO THESE RECORDS IS CRITICAL TO THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF OVERSIGHT, AND HAS BEEN CRITICALLY IMPORTANT IN TRYING IN THE POST-ELECTION MESS OF THE PAST FEW MONTHS.

SB 1944 Chief Privacy and Public Access Officer: Very similar to SB 1898, except that SB 1944 also creates the position of Chief Privacy and Public Access Officer within the State Technology Officer to be responsible for: (1) continual review of the policies, laws, rules, and practices of state agencies that may affect the privacy concerns of state residents and annually advise the Legislature and Governor of such practices; (2) direct the survey provided for in SB 1898; (3) review of proposed contracts between state agencies and third parties involving the sharing or sale of personal information and make specific recommended changes to any such contract as necessary. No House companion. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

ANOTHER RECOMMENDATION FROM THE PRIVACY AND TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCE, THIS BILL ALSO BEARS CLOSE WATCH. IT’S NOT PROBLEMATIC ON ITS FACE, BUT WILL, OF COURSE, DEPEND ON WHO IS SELECTED TO FILL THE POSITION.

SB 1958 Investigation Records/Compensation Claims: Creates a public records exemption for investigation records made or received by the Division of Administrative Hearings related to investigation of complaints against judges of compensation claims until the investigation is complete or no longer active. Stipulates that the records will remain confidential after the investigation under certain, specified conditions. No House companion. Sen. Jack Latvala (R-Palm Harbor)

THIS LEGISLATION, CREATING A LIMITED EXEMPTION TO THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF ACCESS, COMPLIES WITH THE CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CREATING NEW EXEMPTIONS.

SUBJECT INDEX

  • BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL INFORMATION
    HB 721, Individual Agricultural Records
    HB 1103, Insurer Receivership Records
    SB 1380, Individual Agricultural Records
    SB 1458, Insurer Receivership Records
    SB 1552, Tobacco Industry Records
  • CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
    HB 3, Citizens’ Right to Honest Government Act
    SB 270, DNA Test Results
    SB 306, Crime Victims Notification
    SB 384, OGSR/911 Telephone Calls
    HB 399, OGSR/911 Telephone Calls
    HB 403, OGSR/Pawnbroker Transaction Records
    SB 514, Use of Public Record Information/Criminal Purpose
    SB 524, Criminal Use of Personal Information
    HB 643, Criminal Use of Personal Information
    SB 696, Criminal Use of Personal Information
    SB 714, Citizens’ Right to Honest Government Act
    SB 804, OGSR/Pawnbroker Transaction Records
    HB 995, Access to Police Reports
    HB 1083, Autopsy Photographs
    SB 1356, Autopsy Photographs
    SB 1466, Accident Reports
    SB 1688, Access to Police Reports
  • EMPLOYMENT
    SB 768, Home Addresses/Human Resource Managers
    HB 731, Home Addresses/Human Resource Managers
    SB 1186, Law Enforcement Employees
    SB 1766, Code Enforcement Officers
  • ETHICS AND ELECTIONS
    HB 275, Campaign Treasurer Reports
    SB 1930, Central Voter File
  • FINANCIAL INFORMATION
    HB 383, OGSR/Bank Account Numbers
    HB 389, OGSR/Economic Development Agencies
    HB 391, OGSR/Qualified Tax Refund Programs
    SB 484, OGSR/Economic Development Agencies
    SB 486, OGSR/Qualified Tax Refund Programs
    SB 632, OGSR/Bank Account Numbers
    SB 1838, Financial Records/State Bidders
    SB 1836, DOR & Local Government/Sharing
  • FIRST AMENDMENT ISSUES
    HB 65, Public Libraries & Obscenity
    SB 356, Public Libraries & Obscenity
  • GENERAL GOVERNMENT
    SB 382, OGSR/Sealed Bids – Municipal Utilities
    HB 385, OGSR/Sealed Bids – Municipal Utilities
    HB 789, Data Processing Software/Electronic Records
    SB 892, Public Records Exemption
    SB 894, Public Records Exemption
    SB 896, Public Records Exemption
    SB 898, Public Records Exemption
    SB 900, Public Records Exemption
    SB 902, Public Records Exemption
    SB 904, Public Records Exemption
    SB 906, Public Records Exemption
    SB 1678, State Employees/Bidding
    SB 1898, Government Collection of Information
    SB 1944, Chief Privacy & Public Access Officer
  • HEALTH CARE and HOSPITALS
    HB 365, DOH/Identifying & Personal Information
    HB 401, OGSR/Antitrust No-Action Letters
    HB 407, OGSR/University Health Services Support Organizations
    SB 414, OGSR/Antitrust No-Action Letters
    HB 418, OGSR/University Health Services Support Organizations
    HB 599, OGSR/Antitrust No-Action Letters
    SB 692, Physicians/Adverse Incident Reports
    HB 813, Pharmaceutical Adverse Incident Reports
    SB 840, DOH/Identifying & Personal Information
    HB 985, Medical Records/Prohibition on Solicitation
    HB 1067, Physicians/Adverse Incident Reports
    SB 1084, Medical Malpractice/Release of Records
    SB 1096, Pharmaceutical Adverse Incident Reports
    SB 1200, Nursing Home/Internal Risk-Management Records
    SB 1238, Medical Information/ParaTransit Services
    SB 1848, Nursing Homes/Claimant Information
  • INSURANCE
    HB 405, OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records
    SB 1026, OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records
  • INVESTIGATORY RECORDS
    SB 1958, Investigation Records/Compensation Claims
  • LEGISLATIVE RECORDS AND MEETINGS
    SJR 92, Legislative Meetings
  • PERSONAL INFORMATION
    HB 387, OGSR/Donors – Sports-Related Industries
    HB 393, OGSR/Tourism Marketing & Research Projects
    HB 397, OGSR/Personal Information – Toll Facilities
    SB 454, OGSR/Donors – Sports-Related Industries
    SB 456, OGSR/Tourism Marketing & Research Projects
    HB 477, Abandoned Newborns/EMS
    SB 772, Non-Title IV-D Child Support Enforcement Services
    SB 996, Identity Theft
    SB 998, Privacy & Public Records
    SB 1060, OGSR/Personal Information – Toll Facilities
    HB 1147, DOI/Personal Information
    SB 1280, Abandoned Property Reports
    SB 1314, Abandoned Newborns/EMS
    HB 1385, Temporary Assistance Programs
    SB 1552, Armed Forces/Form DD-214
    SB 1726, Elderly Affairs/Personal Information
    SB 1734, DOI/Personal Information
  • SECURITY PLANS & RELATED INFORMATION
    HB 395, OGSR/Airport Security Plans
    SB 1062, OGSR/Airport Security Plans

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