2001 Legislative Report for Period Ending March 9

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W Withdrawn from further consideration

For Period Ending: March 9

CS/HB 275 Campaign Treasurer’s Reports: Creates a public records exemption for personal identification numbers and computer security algorithms required to maintain the security of information submitted or received through the electronic filing system for campaign treasurer’s reports as required by HB 273 (amending § 106.0705, F.S., to require the electronic filing of campaign contribution and expenditure reports if such contributions or expenditures exceed an aggregate of $10,000). No Senate companion. Rep. Dennis Ross (R-Lakeland)

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 365 DOH/Identifying & Financial Information: Creates a public record exemption for all personally identifying information, bank account numbers, and debit and credit card numbers contained in records relating to an individual’s personal health or eligibility for health-related services made or received by the DOH or its service providers. Allows for the disclosure of such information only upon written consent of the individual, in a medical emergency, and by an order of the court. Identical to SB 840. Rep. Mike Hogan (R-Jacksonville)

  • H. Health Promotion: A strike-everything amendment making a minor change to include charge card numbers within the exemption is adopted; reported favorably as amended.

SB 382 OGSR/Sealed Bids – Municipal Utilities: Reenacts, without change, s. 119.07(3)(aa), F.S., providing an exemption for records used by a municipally-owned utility to prepare and submit bids relative to the sale, distribution, or use of any service, commodity, or tangible personal property to customers or prospective customers, and stipulating that the exemption does not apply when the contract is executed, a decision is made not to execute such contract, or the project is no longer under active consideration. Identical to HB 385. S. Comprehensive Planning, Local & Military Affairs Committee

  • S. Governmental Oversight & Productivity: Reported favorably.

HB 383 OGSR/Bank Account Numbers: Reenacts without change s. 119.07(3)(z), F.S., providing an exemption for bank account numbers, and debit, charge, or credit card numbers given to any agency for payment of any fee or debt. Identical to SB 632. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

SB 384 OGSR/911 Telephone Calls: Reenacts, without change, s. 365.171, F.S., providing an exemption for information that would identify a person requesting emergency services or reporting an emergency in 911 tapes while such information is in the custody of the agency providing emergency services. Identical to HB 399. S. Comprehensive Planning, Local & Military Affairs Committee

  • S. Governmental Oversight & Productivity: Reported favorably with one technical amendment.

HB 385 OGSR/Sealed Bids – Municipal Utilities: Reenacts, without change, s. 119.07(3)(aa), F.S., providing an exemption for records used by a municipally-owned utility to prepare and submit bids relative to the sale, distribution, or use of any service, commodity, or tangible personal property to customers or prospective customers, and stipulating that the exemption does not apply when the contract is executed, a decision is made not to execute such contract, or the project is no longer under active consideration. Identical to SB 382. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 387 OGSR/Donors – Sports-Related Industries: Reenacts, without change, s. 288.12295, F.S., providing an exemption for the identity of donors or prospective donors to sports-related industry direct support organizations (DSO) upon request of the donor or prospective donor. Identical to SB 454. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 389 OGSR/Economic Development Agencies: Reenacts, without change, s. 288.075, F.S., providing an exemption for records of an economic development agency which contain information concerning a private corporation’s plans to locate, relocate, or expand any of its business activities in the state upon request of the corporation, and stipulating that the exemption applies for 2 years or until the information is otherwise disclosed. Similar to SB 484. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 391 OGSR/Qualified Tax Refund Programs: Reenacts, with minor changes, s. 288.1066, F.S., providing an exemption for certain identifying, proprietary, tax, and trade secret information received by specified government agencies in connection with the administration of the qualified defense contractor and qualified target industry tax refund programs. Similar to SB 486. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 393 OGSR/Tourism Marketing & Research Projects: Reenacts, without change, s. 288.1226, F.S., providing an exemption for the identity of persons responding to marketing and advertising research projects conducted by the Florida Tourism Industry Marketing Corporation, and for trade secrets obtained pursuant to such activities. Identical to SB 456. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 395 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. No Senate companion. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 397 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. No Senate companion. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 399 OGSR/911 Telephone Calls: Reenacts, without change, s. 365.171, F.S., providing an exemption for information that would identify a person requesting emergency services or reporting an emergency in 911 tapes while such information is in the custody of the agency providing emergency services. Identical to SB 384. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 401 OGSR/Antitrust No-Action Letters: Reenacts, without change, s. 408.185, F.S., providing an exemption for trade secrets, preferred provider organization contracts, health maintenance organization contracts, marketing plans, and proprietary business information provided to the Attorney General by a health care company pursuant to a request for an antitrust no-action letter. Identical to SB 414. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 403 OGSR/Pawnbroker Transaction Records: Reenacts, without change, s. 539.003, F.S., providing an exemption for pawnbroker transaction records provided to law enforcement agencies. Similar to SB 804. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 405 OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records: Reenacts and changes the exemption in s. 626.921, F.S. for trade secret information provided to the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. HB 405 deletes the exemption for trade secrets and creates an exemption for information specific to a particular surplus lines insurance policy or policyholder, stipulating that the exemption does not apply to any proceeding instituted by the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. Requires review under the OGSR Act in 2006. Identical to SB 1026. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

HB 407 OGSR/University Health Services Support Organizations: Reenacts and partially narrows s. 240.2996, F.S., providing various public records exemptions and a meetings exemption for university health services support organizations. Reenacts, without change, public records exemptions for (1) contracts for managed care arrangements; (2) trade secrets, including methodologies and rates; (3) records of peer review panels relating solely to the evaluation of health care services and professional credentials; and (4) those portions of the minutes of the board which contain information about contracts, documents, records, marketing plans, or trade secrets. Reenacts, without change, the exemption for portions of board meetings during which confidential and exempt information is discussed. Narrows the public records exemption for an organization’s marketing plan by specifying that the exemption applies only if the information could be used by a competitor to frustrate, circumvent, or exploit the purpose of the plan prior to its implementation. Similar to SB 418. H. State Administration Committee

  • House: Passed the House; in Senate Messages.

SB 454 OGSR/Donors – Sports-Related Industries: Reenacts, without change, s. 288.12295, F.S., providing an exemption for the identity of donors or prospective donors to sports-related industry direct support organizations (DSO) upon request of the donor or prospective donor. Identical to HB 387. S. Commerce & Economic Opportunities Committee

  • S. Governmental Oversight & Productivity: Reported favorably.

HB 477 Abandoned Newborns/EMS: Expands the current exemption for the identification of parents leaving newborn infants at hospitals or fire station to include the identity of parents leaving a newborn infant at an emergency medical services station. No Senate companion. Rep. Mike Hogan (R-Jacksonville)

  • H. Health Promotion: Reported favorably with one technical amendment.

SB 632 OGSR/Bank Account Numbers: Reenacts without change s. 119.07(3)(z), F.S., providing an exemption for bank account numbers, and debit, charge, or credit card numbers given to any agency for payment of any fee or debt. Identical to HB 383. S. Governmental Oversight & Productivity Committee

  • S. Governmental Oversight & Productivity: Reported favorably.

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

  • S. Criminal Justice: Reported favorably.

NEW BILLS FILED

HB 721 Individual Agricultural Records: Creates a public records exemption for individual agricultural records relating to processes or methods of production, or relating to costs of productions, profits, or other financial information which is not otherwise subject to public disclosure, which are reported to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (DOA) pursuant to rules relating to pollution reduction established by DOA . Similar to SB 1380. Rep. Dwight Stansel (R-Live Oak)

??? IT’S NOT ENTIRELY CLEAR TO US WHAT TYPE OF INFORMATION WOULD BE INCLUDED IN THIS EXEMPTION, BUT IN READING THE CONSTITUTIONALLY-REQUIRED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY, IT SEEMS TO RELATE TO THE AGRICULTURAL EQUIVALENT OF PROPRIETARY BUSINESS INFORMATION. WE WILL GET MORE INFORMATION FROM THE SPONSOR BEFORE MAKING A FINAL JUDGMENT ON THE MERITS OF THE LEGISLATION.

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)

🙁 THIS BILL ADDS TO THE GROWING LIST OF EXEMPTIONS FOR CERTAIN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND, BY DEFINITION, COULD INCLUDE NEARLY EVERY LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE. THE CONSTITUTIONALLY-REQUIRED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY STATES THAT THE INFORMATION MUST BE EXEMPT BECAUSE SUCH EMPLOYEES COULD BE THREATENED OR HARMED, BUT PROVIDES NO ACTUAL OR ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE. THIS BILL IS SIMILAR TO LEGISLATION FILED THE PAST TWO YEARS.

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. No Senate companion. Rep. David Mealor (R-Lake Mary)

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. HB 789 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.

HB 813 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 SB 1096. Rep. Charlie Justice

THE PHARMACEUTICAL ADVERSE INCIDENT REPORT REQUIRED BY THIS BILL WILL BE A PUBLIC RECORD UNDER CH. 119, FLORIDA’S PUBLIC RECORDS LAW. HOWEVER, WE HAVE SEEN BILLS THAT WOULD CLOSE ACCESS TO SIMILAR RECORDS FILED BY DOCTORS (SEE SB 692) AND HOSPITALS, AND WE WOULD EXPECT TO SEE THE STATE PHARMACISTS ATTEMPT TO EXEMPT PHARMACEUTICAL ADVERSE INCIDENT REPORTS AS WELL.

HB 947 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. Identical to SB 1084. Rep. Jack Seiler

THIS BILL DOES NOT AFFECT THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF ACCESS OR OVERSIGHT.

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. No Senate companion. Rep. Charlie Justice (D-St. Petersburg)

THIS BILL DOES NOT AFFECT THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT OF ACCESS OR OVERSIGHT. HOWEVER, IT DOES RAISE SOME CONSTITUTIONAL CONCERNS.

HB 995 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. No Senate companion. Rep. Denise Lee (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. HB 995 IS CONTRARY TO THAT POLICY. FURTHERMORE, IT DOES NOT DEFINE “AFFIDAVIT” AND DOES NOT INCLUDE A STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY OR JUSTIFICATION.

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

THIS OGSR LEGISLATION REENACTS CURRENT LAW WITHOUT CHANGE, AND MEETS THE CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARD.

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

THIS OGSR LEGISLATION REENACTS CURRENT LAW WITHOUT CHANGE, AND MEETS THE CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARD.

SB 1084 Medical Malpractice/Release of Records: Identical to HB 947. Sen. Alex Villalobos (R-Miami)

SB 1096 Pharmaceutical Adverse Incidents: Identical to HB 813. Sen. Skip Campbell (D-Tamarac)

SB 1186 Law Enforcement Employees: Amends the current public records exemption for the home address, telephone number, etc., of active or former law enforcement officers to specifically include nonsworn employees who have significant contact with criminal defendants or suspects. Requires a designation by the sheriff or chief of police. No House companion. Sen. Lee Constantine (R-Altamonte Springs)

SECTION 119.07(3)(i), F.S., EXEMPTS THE HOME ADDRESSES, ETC., OF LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL HAS OPINED THAT THE SCOPE OF THE EXEMPTION IS NOT CLEAR, AND SUGGESTED A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO THAT THE LEGISLATURE CLARIFY WHAT PERSONNEL WOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE EXEMPTION. THIS BILL, WHICH CREATES A NARROW AND VERY SPECIFIC EXPANSION OF THE CURRENT EXEMPTION, MEETS THE CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARD IN ART. I, SEC. 24, FLA. CON.

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)

🙁 THIS BILL, CREATING FOUR EXEMPTIONS TO THE PUBLIC RECORDS LAW AND ANOTHER EXEMPTION TO THE SUNSHINE LAW, IS UNCONSTITUTIONALLY OVERBROAD. IN ADDITION, THE EXEMPTION FOR ALL MEETINGS OF THE RISK-MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY-ASSURANCE COMMITTEES AND THE RECORDS ASSOCIATED WITH THOSE MEETINGS PRECLUDES ANY OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY. FINALLY, THE REQUIRED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY DOES NOT INCLUDE A JUSTIFICATION FOR THE ADVERSE INCIDENT REPORTS.

SB 1238 Medical Information/ParaTransit Services: Creates a public records exemption personal identifying information in records relating to an individual’s health or eligibility for paratransit services under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act that are made or received by local governments or their service providers. Allows for disclosure of the exempt information with the express written consent of the individual, in a medical emergency, or by order of a court upon a showing of good cause. No House companion. Sen. Jim Sebesta (R-St. Petersburg)

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

SB 1280 Abandoned Property Reports: Creates a public records exemption for information in reports of abandoned property. No House companion. Sen. Locke Burt (R-Ormond Beach)

🙁 ACCORDING TO THE STATEMENT OF JUSTIFICATION IN SB 1280, THE EXEMPTION FOR ABANDONED PROPERTY REPORTS IS NECESSARY TO AVOID AN “UNWARRANTED INVASION OF PRIVACY”. THIS REQUIRED STATEMENT OF JUSTIFICATION IS INSUFFICIENT, AND THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT HAS REFUSED TO FIND A RIGHT OF PRIVACY IN PUBLIC RECORDS. THE EXEMPTION IS UNCONSTITUTIONALLY OVERBROAD.

SB 1314 Abandoned Newborns/EMS: Expands the current exemption for the identification of parents leaving newborn infants at hospitals or fire station to include the identity of parents leaving a newborn infant at an emergency medical services station. Identical to HB 477. Sen. Burt Saunders (R-Naples)

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

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. No House companion. Sen. Jim King (R-Jacksonville)

🙁 THE REQUIRED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC NECESSITY IN SB 1356 FOCUSES SOLELY ON THE POTENTIAL HARM TO THE FAMILY OF THE DECEASED IF AUTOPSY PHOTOS WERE COPIED OR PLACED ON THE WEB. IT DOES NOT, HOWEVER, DISTINGUISH BETWEEN A RIGHT OF INSPECTION AND A RIGHT TO COPY. AS SENSITIVE AS THIS ISSUE IS FOR MANY PEOPLE, WE BELIEVE THAT SB 1356 IS UNCONSTITUTIONALLY OVERBROAD.

SB 1380 Individual Agricultural Records: Similar to HB 721. Sen. John Laurent (R-Bartow)

SB 1458 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. No House companion. Sen. Ron Klein (D-Delray Beach)

??? AS WE UNDERSTAND IT, SB 1458 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.

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. No House companion. Sen. Debby Sanderson (R-Ft. Lauderdale)

??? 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 PARTICULARLY BOTHERED BY THE PROVISION MAKING IT A MISDEMEANOR TO REQUEST ACCIDENT REPORTS. WE HAVE A PRESUMPTION OF OPENNESS IN FLORIDA, MEANING WE CAN PRESUME THAT ALL RECORDS ARE PUBLIC; THE BURDEN IS ON THE GOVERNMENT TO TELL US IF THE RECORDS WE ARE REQUESTING ARE EXEMPT FROM PUBLIC DISCLOSURE. THE PENALTY PROVISION IN SB 1466 SHIFTS THAT BURDEN AND WOULD PENALIZE ANYONE MAKING A PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST FOR ACCIDENT REPORTS NOT KNOWING THAT THE RECORDS ARE EXEMPT. IT’S BAD PUBLIC POLICY AND A REALLY BAD IDEA.

SUBJECT INDEX

  • BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL INFORMATION
    HB 721, Individual Agricultural Records
    SB 1380, Individual Agricultural Records
    SB 1458, Insurer Receivership 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
    SB 1356, Autopsy Photographs
    SB 1466, Accident Reports
  • EMPLOYMENT
    SB 768, Home Addresses/Human Resource Managers
    HB 731, Home Addresses/Human Resource Managers
    SB 1186, Law Enforcement Employees
  • ETHICS AND ELECTIONS
    HB 275, Campaign Treasurer Reports
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
    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
    HB 985, Medical Records/Prohibition on Solicitation
  • INSURANCE
    HB 405, OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records
    SB 1026, OGSR/Surplus Lines Insurance Records
  • 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
    SB 1280, Abandoned Property Reports
    SB 1314, Abandoned Newborns/EMS
  • SECURITY PLANS & RELATED INFORMATION
    HB 395, OGSR/Airport Security Plans
    SB 1062, OGSR/Airport Security Plans

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