2001 Legislative Report for Period Ending March 30

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For Period Ending: March 30

HB 65 Public Libraries and Obscenity: Requires all libraries that provide public access to the Internet to install and maintain computer software that prohibits access to materials containing obscene descriptions, photographs, or depictions on at least half of the library’s public-use computers. Identical to SB 356. Rep. Allen Trovillion (R-Winter Park)

  • H. Juvenile Justice: Reported favorably.

CS/SB 306 Crime Victims Notification: Requires the Parole Commission to notify the state attorney and a victim or the victim’s parent, guardian, or representative that an inmate has been approved for community work release (amending s. 947.175, F.S.), and stipulates that a victim or the victim’s parent, guardian or next of kin may review the presentence investigation report (amending s. 958.07, F.S.). Also stipulates that a victim or witness must be given information about the address confidentiality program, and that a victim of a sexual offense must be informed of the right to have the courtroom cleared of certain persons when the victim is testifying concerning the offense (amending 960.001, F.S.). No House companion. Sen. Charlie Clary (R-Destin)

  • S. Criminal Justice: Minor amendments adopted; reported favorably as a committee substitute.

CS/SB 524 Criminal Use of Personal Information: Amends s. 817, 568, F.S., relating to the crime of identity theft, to stipulate that the offense will be reclassified to the next higher degree if the perpetrator used public records to commit the crime. Allows for prosecution of the crime in the county where the victim resides, and stipulates that prosecution must occur within three years after the offense occurred or within one year after discovery of the offense by the victim if within five years after the violation. No House companion. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

  • S. Criminal Justice: A “strike everything” amendment offered by Sen. Burt, amends s. 817.568, F.S., to make it a second degree felony to willfully use personal identification information concerning an individual for the purpose of committing a fraud, if the amount of the injury or fraud perpetrated is more than $75,000; stipulates that if such offense was facilitated or furthered by the use of a public record, the offense is reclassified to the next higher degree; allows for prosecution of the crime in the county where the victim resides or a county where any element of the crime was committed; stipulates that prosecution must occur within three years after the offense occurred or within one year after discovery of the offense by the victim if within five years after the violation. Reported favorably as a committee substitute.

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. State Administration: An amendment correcting the sunset review date and making changes to the statement of public necessity is adopted; reported favorably with one amendment.

HB 731 Home Addresses/Human Resource Managers: Creates a public records exemption for the home addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers and photographs of current or former human resource, labor relations, or employee relations managers or directors of any local government agency or water management district whose duties include hiring and firing employees, labor contract negotiation, administration, or other personnel-related duties. Also exempts the same information for the spouses and children of such employees. Identical to SB 768. Rep. Jeff Kottkamp (R-Cape Coral)

  • H. State Administration: Reported favorably.
  • H. Council for Smarter Government: Reported favorably.

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. Grants 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. Renumbers the section as 119.084. No Senate companion. Rep. David Mealor (R-Lake Mary)

  • H. Fiscal Policy: An amendment striking the rule-making authority is adopted; reported favorably with one amendment.
  • H. Council for Ready Infrastructure: Reported favorably.

CS/SB 906 Public Records Exemption: Creates a public records exemption for the individual records of children enrolled in Learning Gateway programs, when held by such programs, and to stipulate that such records include assessment data, health data, records of teacher observations, and identifying data, including the child’s name, address, and social security number. Identical to HB 1561. Sen. Rudy Garcia (R-Hialeah)

  • Senate: Passed the Senate (40/0); in House Messages.

HB 985 Medical Records/Prohibition on Solicitation: Amends s. 456.057(5), F.S., allowing release of medical records upon written authorization of the patient, to prohibit the use of medical records for the purpose of solicitation and marketing. Similar to SB 2146. Rep. Charlie Justice (D-St. Petersburg)

  • H. Health Regulation: A “strike everything” amendment inserts a requirement (but does not technically create a public records exemption) that personally identifying information, name, age, diagnosis, address, bank account numbers, and debit and credit card numbers contained in a person’s health records made or received by the person’s doctor, pharmacist, and public or private health facility be held confidential; retains prohibition for the use of medical records for solicitation and marketing; reported favorably with one amendment.

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. Similar to SB 692. Rep. Bruce Kyle (R-Ft. Myers)

  • H. Health Regulation: Amended to delete the provision stipulating that adverse incident reports are not discoverable or admissible in civil or administrative actions; reported favorably with one amendment.

p HB 1083 Autopsy Photographs: Creates a public records exemption for autopsy photographs or video or audio recordings, but allows a surviving family member to inspect and copy such records. 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 if required in the performance of their duties, but stipulates that the identity of the deceased remains confidential and exempt. Stipulates that a violation is a third degree felony. Similar to CS/SB 1356. Reps. Randy Johnson (R-Winter Garden); Jeff Miller (R-Milton)

  • Senate: Substituted for CS/CS/SB 1356; passed the Senate (40/0). Passed the Legislature. Signed into law by the Governor.

CS/SB 1084 Medical Malpractice/Release of Records: Amends s. 766.104, F.S., to allow for the release of all medical and care and treatment records to certain, specified persons for the purpose of completing a medical malpractice investigation. Stipulates that a health care practitioner complying with the disclosure requirements will not be liable for any civil damages attributable to the disclosure. Similar to HB 947. Sen. Alex Villalobos (R-Miami)

  • S. Health: Reported favorably.

CS/SB 1096 Pharmaceutical Adverse Incidents: Requires a licensed pharmacist or other health care practitioner to report pharmaceutical adverse incidents to the Department of Health. “Adverse incident” is defined as dispensing of a different medication, a different dose, or the correct medication in a container with different instructions than that specified in the prescription. Identical to HB 813. Sen. Skip Campbell (D-Tamarac)

  • S. Health: Reported favorably.

CS/SB 1280 Abandoned Property Reports: Creates a public records exemption for information in reports of abandoned property. Identical to HB 1585. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

  • S. Banking & Insurance: A “strike everything” amendment by Sen. Burt creates an exemption for social security numbers and financial account numbers in abandoned property reports, but allows access to the exempt information by attorneys, accountants, and private investigators. Reported favorably as a committee substitute.

CS/CS/SB 1356 Autopsy Photographs: As amended, CS/CS/SB 1356 (1) creates a public records exemption for autopsy photos, videos, or audio tapes in the custody of a medical examiner; (2) allows access by the surviving spouse, surviving parent, or adult child; (3) allows access by government agencies in furtherance of official duties, but stipulates that the identity of the deceased is exempt from public disclosure; (4) allows access by anyone upon court order and a showing of good cause, but requires a judge, in finding good cause, to balance the public’s right of oversight and the family’s privacy interests; and (5) requires that surviving family members be given reasonable notice of a request to inspect or copy such records and reasonable notice of the opportunity to be present and heard at any hearing. Similar to CS/HB 1083. Sen. Jim King (R-Jacksonville)

  • Senate: Amended to conform to the House companion, HB 1083. Laid on table; House companion substituted. See HB 1083.

CS/SB 1466 Accident Reports: Creates a public records exemption for the name, home or employment address, home or employment telephone number, or other personal information concerning those people involved in auto accidents for thirty days. Allows access by certain, specified parties, including professional journalists as defined in s. 90.5015, F.S. Stipulates that any public employee who releases such information is guilty of a first degree misdemeanor, and that any person who attempts to obtain access and who is not entitled to access under the exemption is also guilty of a first degree misdemeanor. Similar to HB 1805. Sen. Debby Sanderson (R-Ft. Lauderdale)

  • S. Banking & Insurance: Amended to extend the length of the exemption from thirty days to sixty days, and increases the penalties from first degree misdemeanors to third degree felonies. Reported favorably as a committee substitute.

CS/SB 1734 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 HB 1147. Sen. Tom Rossin (D-Royal Palm Beach)

  • S. Banking & Insurance: A “strike everything” amendment narrows the exemption to cover bank account numbers, personal financial information, patient records, and other individual personal health information, stipulating the exemption does not apply to a person who is the subject of a criminal investigation. Reported favorably as a committee substitute (9/1, Sen. Holzendorf voting no).

SB 2082 HMO/Risk-Based Capital Reports and Proceedings: Creates a public records exemption for all risk-based capital reports and plans, and related documents, materials or other information, including the results or report of any examination or analysis performed by the Department of Health (DOH) and any corrective order issued by DOH. Stipulates that such documents are not subject to subpoena or discovery. Also creates an exemption for proceedings and hearings conducted by DOH regarding an HMO’s risk-based capital plan or report. Allows DOH to disclose such information for certain purposes under certain, specified conditions. Identical to HB 1517. Sen. Lisa Carlton (R-Osprey)

  • S. Health: Amended to (1) narrow the exemption for risk-based capital reports and plans; (2) limit the exemption for a period of one-year; and (3) correct the statement of public necessity. Reported favorably with three amendments.

NEW BILLS FILED

SB 1560 Internet/Publication of Notices: Requires the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to establish a pilot project to determine the cost-effectiveness of publication of notices on the Internet rather than in the Florida Administrative Weekly (FAW). Requires notices in FAW as to the existence of the pilot project, with DEP’s web address included. Identical to HB 1761. Sen. Durrell Peaden (R-Crestview)

THIS BILL DOES NOT AFFECT THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF ACCESS, BUT MAY ACTUALLY MAKE IT EASIER TO TRACK SUCH NOTICES, AS MORE PEOPLE HAVE ACCESS TO THE INTERNET THAN TO THE FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE WEEKLY.

CS/HB 1763 Internet/Publication of Notices: Identical to SB 1560. H. Information Technology Committee

  • H. Council for Ready Infrastructure: Minor amendments adopted; reported favorably as a committee substitute.

HB 1771 Juvenile Records: Amends s. 985.04(5), F.S., which allows public access to juvenile arrest reports if the juvenile is charged with a felony or has been convicted of three or more misdemeanors, to stipulate that such records will not be considered exempt from public disclosure requirements solely because of the child’s age. No Senate companion. Rep. Jerry Melvin (R-Ft. Walton Beach)

🙂 WE’RE ALWAYS PLEASED TO SEE A BILL THAT OPENS ACCESS TO RECORDS CURRENTLY CLOSED, AND WE’RE PARTICULARLY PLEASED WITH THIS LEGISLATION BECAUSE THE EXEMPTION IN S. 985.04(5) HAS BEEN PROBLEMATIC FOR MANY REASONS. GIVEN THE SERIOUS NATURE OF MANY OF THE CRIMES COMMITTED BY JUVENILES, IT’S IMPORTANT, WE BELIEVE, TO PROVIDE FULL ACCESS TO THE ARREST REPORTS.

HB 1805 Accident Reports: Creates a public records exemption for the name, home or employment address, home or employment telephone number, or other personal information concerning those people involved in auto accidents for sixity days. Allows access by certain, specified parties, including professional journalists as defined in s. 90.5015, F.S. Stipulates that any person in possession of such information who knowingly discloses it to a person not entitled to access is guilty of a third degree felony, and that any person who, using falsified credentials, knowingly obtains or attempts to obtain personally identifying information is also guilty of a third degree felony. Similar to SB 1466. H. Insurance Committee

🙁 THIS LEGISLATION WAS FILED IN DIRECT RESPONSE TO A RECOMMENDATION MADE BY A GRAND JURY INVESTIGATING INSURANCE FRAUD IN SOUTH FLORIDA. ALTHOUGH THE EXEMPTION IS RELATIVELY LIMITED BOTH IN TERMS OF SCOPE AND TIME, WE ARE REALLY BOTHERED BY THE PROVISION MAKING IT A FELONY TO DISCLOSE THE EXEMPT INFORMATION. THIS WILL HAVE A SEVERE CHILLING EFFECT ON THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF ACCESS AND SETS A HORRIBLE PRECEDENT FOR FUTURE EXEMPTIONS. IT’S BAD PUBLIC POLICY AND A REALLY BAD IDEA. THE PROVISION REGARDING THOSE WHO ATTEMPT TO GET ACCESS IS BETTER THAN A SIMILAR PROVISION IN THE SENATE COMPANION, BUT IT, TOO, GIVES US A FAIR AMOUNT OF HEARTBURN.

CS/HB 1819 Illegal Use of Public Records: In pertinent part, amends Florida’s Public Records Law, making it a third degree felony to use information concerning the victims of crimes or accidents obtained from police reports for commercial solicitation purposes. H. Insurance Committee

  • H. Health Regulation: Amendment to other, substantive sections of the bill is adopted; reported favorably as a committee substitute.
    🙁 WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS, HUH? IT’S INTERESTING—OUR LEGISLATURE SEEMS INTENT ON INCREASING THE PENALTIES FOR THE MISUSE OF PUBLIC RECORDS AND FOR THE MISTAKEN RELEASE OF EXEMPT INFORMATION, BUT IS NOT AT ALL INTERESTED, IT SEEMS, IN INCREASING THE PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS LAW. THIS BILL VIOLATES THE SINGLE SUBJECT REQUIREMENT ARTICULATED IN ARTICLE I, SECTION 24, AND IS CLEARLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

SB 2170 Department of Insurance Records: Creates a public records exemption for documents, materials or other information furnished to or obtained by the Department of Insurance (DOI) by an insurer or an insurance producer in connection with an investigation relating to the licensing of the insurer or producer by DOI. Prohibits DOI from testifying in any private civil action concerning such exempt information. Authorizes DOI to share the exempted materials with certain, specified entities, and to enter into agreements governing sharing and use of the information. No House companion. Sen. Betty Holzendorf (D-Jacksonville)

🙁 THE ONLY JUSTIFICATION STATED FOR THIS INCREDIBLY OVERBROAD EXEMPTION IS THAT IT’S NECESSARY TO PROTECT THE INSURANCE COMPANY’S RIGHT TO PRIVACY. EVEN IF THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY WAS SUFFICIENT JUSTIFICATION FOR THE CREATION OF A NEW EXEMPTION, WHICH IT IS NOT, LAST WE CHECKED THERE IS NO CORPORATE RIGHT TO PRIVACY.

SB 2178 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. Similar to HB 1385. Sen. Durrell Peaden (R-Crestview)

THE MEETINGS AND RECORDS EXEMPTIONS CREATED BY SB 2178 ARE REQUIRED UNDER FEDERAL LAW.

SB 2218 DOI Investigation Work Papers: Creates a public records exemption for work papers prepared by or fore the use of the Department of Insurance (DOI) pursuant to an investigation or examination of an insurer. No House companion. Sen. Tom Rossin (D-Royal Palm Beach)

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

SB 2220 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. Grants government agencies the specific authority to establish a price for the sale or licensing of agency-created data processing software. Renumbers the section as 119.084. Similar to CS/HB 789. Sen. Bill Posey (R-Rockledge)

THERE WAS A PROVISION IN THE COPYRIGHT STATUTE THAT REQUIRED THE LEGISLATURE TO REVIEW AND REENACT THE COPYRIGHT AUTHORITY DURING THE 2000 SESSION; THE SENATE FILED A BILL, SB 208, THAT DID JUST THAT. THE HOUSE, HOWEVER, IGNORED THE REPEAL PROVISION, ALLOWING S. 119.083 TO SUNSET. SB 2220 IS IDENTICAL TO THE LEGISLATION FILED IN THE SENATE LAST YEAR. ALTHOUGH WE’RE NOT CRAZY ABOUT THE COPYRIGHT AUTHORITY, S. 119.083 ALSO CONTAINS A NUMBER OF GOOD PROVISIONS ASSURING US MEANINGFUL ACCESS TO PUBLIC RECORDS IN ELECTRONIC FORMATS.

SB 2228 Long-Term-Care Facility JUA/Claims Files: Creates a public records exemption for active claims files and related records of the Long-Term-Care Facility Joint Underwriting Association. Provides a definition of “active”. No House companion. Sen. Betty Holzendorf (D-Jacksonville)

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
    HB 1523, Tobacco Industry Records
    SB 1562, 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
    HB 1437, Communications Systems
    SB 1466, Accident Reports
    SB 1688, Access to Police Reports
    SB 1762, Communications Systems
    HB 1771, Juvenile Records
    HB 1805, Accident Reports
    HB 1819, Illegal Use of Public Records
    SB 2006, Juvenile Justice/Quality Assurance Review
    SB 2028, Production of Records
  • EDUCATION
    CS/SB 906, Learning Gateway
    HB 1405, Release of Student Records
    HB 1535, Educational Professionals
    HB 1561, Learning Gateway
    HB 1695, Student Assessments Data
  • EMPLOYMENT
    SB 768, Home Addresses/Human Resource Managers
    HB 731, Home Addresses/Human Resource Managers
    SB 1186, Law Enforcement Employees
    HB 1701, Code Enforcement Officers
    SB 1766, Code Enforcement Officers
    SB 2128, Lists of State Employees
  • 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
    HB 1421, Qualified Tax Refund Programs
    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
    HB 1537, Bids and Contracts for Services
    SB 1560, Internet/Publication of Notices
    SB 1678, State Employees/Bidding
    HB 1763, Internet/Publication of Notices
    SB 1898, Government Collection of Information
    SB 1944, Chief Privacy & Public Access Officer
    SB 2220, Data Processing Software/Electronic Records
  • 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 Homes/Internal Risk-Management
    SB 1238, Medical Information/ParaTransit Services
    HB 1517, HMO/Risk-Based Capital Reports & Meetings
    HB 1619, Nursing Homes/Records & Meetings
    SB 1848, Nursing Homes/Claimant Information
    SB 2082, HMO/Risk-Based Capital Reports & Meetings
    SB 2228, Long-Term-Care-Facility JUA/Claims Files
  • HISTORICAL RECORDS AND INFORMATION
    HB 1565, Archaeological Sites
  • INSURANCE
    HB 405, OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records
    SB 1026, OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records
    HB 1699, Windstorm Underwriting Association
    SB 2170, DOI Records
    SB 2218, DOI Investigation Work Papers
  • 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
    HB 1585, Abandoned Property Reports
    SB 1726, Elderly Affairs/Personal Information
    SB 1734, DOI/Personal Information
    SB 2178, Temporary Assistance Programs
  • SECURITY PLANS & RELATED INFORMATION
    HB 395, OGSR/Airport Security Plans
    SB 1062, OGSR/Airport Security Plans

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