2005 Legislative Report for Period Ending April 29

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W Withdrawn from further consideration

For Period Ending: April 29

CS/HB 111 Expunction/Non-Judicial Arrest Records: Allows for administrative expunction of non-judicial arrest records of minors or adults who are mistakenly arrested by a law enforcement agency at its own discretion, but subject to rules prescribed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Stipulates that an application for administrative expunction must include an affidavit by the chief law enforcement officer verifying that the arrest record has been reviewed and that the arrest was “contrary to law or a mistake”. Similar to SB 654. Rep. Charles Dean (R-Inverness) 🙁

  • House: Passed the House. Now in S. Messages.

SB 288 OGSR/Seaport Security Plans: Reenacts, without modification, s. 311.13, F.S., providing a public record exemption for seaport security plans. Also exempts photographs, maps, blueprints, drawings, and similar material depicting critical seaport operating facilities if the seaport authority determines that such items contain information that is not generally known and that could jeopardize the security of the seaport if disclosed. S. Domestic Security

  • Senate: Passed the Senate unanimously. Now in H. Messages.

CS/HB 481 Unlawful Use of Personal Identifying Information: In pertinent part, CS/HB 481 stipulates that any person willfully and fraudulently creates or uses fictitious personal identification information concerning a person without first obtaining that person’s consent for the purpose of committing fraud commits a third degree felony. Also stipulates that any person conducting business in Florida who maintains computerized data that includes personal information must disclose any system security breach to any Florida resident whose personal information was reasonably believed to have been acquired by an unauthorized person. Finally, stipulates that a government agency need not disclose a security breach unless the agency has contracted with a third party administrator to provide governmental services. In such cases, the third party administrator must disclose any breach of security. Provides penalties. Similar to SB 978. Rep. Leslie Waters (R-St. Petersburg)

  • H. Justice Council: Three technical amendments relating to the notice requirement are adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. Now on H. Calendar.

SB 676 Exemption/Child Abuse Death Review Committees: Creates a public record exemption for information identifying a deceased child’s surviving siblings, family members, or others living in the home of the deceased, in records or reports created by the State Child Abuse Death Review Committee which relate solely to child fatalities. Stipulates that any confidential or exempt information received by the committee retains its exempt status. Also creates an exemption for those portions of committee meetings relating solely to child fatalities in which the identity of such survivors is discussed. Similar to SB 676. Rep. Gayle Harrell (R-Port St. Lucie) Similar to HB 185. Sen. Burt Saunders (R-Naples)

  • S. Governmental Oversight Committee: A strike all amendment making technical conforming changes is adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. Now in S. Rules.

CS/SB 680 OGSR/Telecommunications – Proprietary Business Information: Amends s. 202.195, F.S., providing an exemption for proprietary confidential business information obtained from a telecommunications or franchised cable company by a local government for the purpose of imposing fees or assessing services taxes, to stipulate that such information will be exempt from public disclosure only if the information (1) is treated by the company as confidential; (2) would be reasonably likely to be used by a competitor to harm the business interests of the company; and (3) is not otherwise readily ascertainable or public available “by proper means by other persons from another source in the same configuration.” Similar to HB 1923. S. Communications and Public Utilities

  • Senate: Tabled. HB 1923 substituted. SEE HB 1923.

w SJR 682 Adverse Medical Incidents: Proposes a constitutional amendment to repeal Article X, s. 25, providing a right of access to adverse medical incident reports. Sen. Burt Saunders (R-Naples) 🙁 🙁 🙁
NOTE: Article X, s. 25, of the Florida Constitution, was approved in the 2004 election by 81% of the voters.

  • Senate: Withdrawn from consideration.

SB 726 OGSR/Interference with Custody: Reenacts and narrows s. 787.03, F.S., providing an exemption for information provided to a sheriff or state attorney by a person who takes a child under certain specified conditions. As amended, the name of the person taking the child and the current address and telephone number of the person and child are confidential and exempt from public disclosure. Similar to HB 1699. S. Judiciary

  • Senate: A strike all conforming amendment is adopted. Tabled. HB 1699 substituted. SEE HB 1699.

SB 798 Shell Bill/Judiciary: Expresses legislative intent to enact laws concerning the judiciary. Sen. Daniel Webster (R-Winter Garden) 🙁

  • S. Judiciary Committee: A strike all amendment is adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. As amended, CS/SB 798 amends s. 390.1116, F.S., providing a public record exemption for records held by a court that could identify a minor seeking a waiver of parental notification of abortion requirements.
  • S. Governmental Oversight Committee: A strike all amendment making technical changes to the constitutionally-required statement of public necessity is adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. Now in S. Justice Appropriations.

SB 896 OGSR/Florida Prepaid College Program: Reenacts, with minor changes, the public record exemption for information identifying the benefactor or designated beneficiary of any prepaid college program plan or college savings plan. Similar to HB 1729. S. Education

  • Senate: Tabled. HB 1729 substituted. SEE HB 1729.

p CS/SB 938 Adverse Medical Incident Reports: Creates the “Patient’s Right to Know about Adverse Medical Incidents Act” for the purpose of implementing Art. X, s. 25, of the Florida Constitution, granting patient access to adverse medical incident records made or received by a health care facility or provider. Stipulates that such act does not repeal or otherwise modify existing laws regulating the use of such records. Further stipulates that such records must be available for inspection and copying upon “formal or informal” request by the patient or the patient’s representative. Defines “records” as the final report of any adverse medical incident required to be made by law. Provides that drafts or other nonfinal versions or required adverse incident reports, notes on which the report is based, attorney-client privileged communications, or documents privileged under the work-product doctrine. Prohibits disclosure of information identifying patients involved in the incidents and requires maintaining all privacy restrictions imposed by federal law. Allows access to adverse medical incident records by a patient of the facility or provider that pertain to incidents affecting the patient or affecting other patients whose condition, treatment, or diagnosis is the same or substantially similar to that of the patient requesting access. Provides that fees charged for copies must not exceed the reasonable and actual cost to comply with the request, including a reasonable charge for staff time required to redact patient identifying information. Requires a patient to make a request for adverse medical incident records in writing; such request must identify the patient requesting access by name, address, and the last four digit’s of the patient’s social security number and must include a description of the patient’s condition, treatment or diagnosis, and the name of the health care providers whose records are being sought. Similar to HB 1797. Sen. Durell Peaden (R-Crestview) ????

  • House: Substituted for HB 1797. Passed the House, 110/3 (Reps. Bucher, Gottlieb, & Joyner voting no). PASSED THE LEGISLATURE.

SB 978 Unlawful Use of Personal Identifying Information: In pertinent part, CS/SB 978 stipulates that any person who willfully and fraudulently creates or uses fictitious personal identification information concerning a person without first obtaining that person’s consent for the purpose of committing fraud commits a third degree felony. Also stipulates that any person conducting business in Florida who maintains computerized data that includes personal information must disclose any system security breach to any Florida resident whose personal information was reasonably believed to have been acquired by an unauthorized person. Finally, stipulates that a government agency will not be subject to administrative sanctions for nondisclosure of a breach unless the agency has contracted with a third party administrator to provide governmental services. In such cases, the third party administrator must disclose any breach of security. Similar to HB 481. Sen. Skip Campbell (D-Tamarac)

  • S. Commerce and Consumer Services Committee: A strike all amendment making various technical changes and adding a provision stipulating that “personal information” does not include publicly available information that is lawfully available to the general public through government records. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. Now in S. Criminal Justice.

SB 1024 OGSR/Certified Capital Company Act: Reenacts and amends s. 288.99, F.S., narrowing the public record exemptions for certain, specified information relating to investigations or reviews of certified capital companies by the Financial Regulation Office. Specifically, SB 1024 repeals the current public record exemption for: (1) personal information of Office of Financial Regulation who may be involved in CAPCO investigations; (2) information obtained by any person which has been made available on a confidential basis; and (3) social security numbers (which are already exempt under s. 119.0721, F.S.). SB 1024 retains the current public record exemption for information related to OFR investigations or review of certified capital companies until such time as the investigation is complete or no longer active, stipulating that some information may remain exempt under certain specified circumstances. Similar to HB 1817. S. Commerce and Consumer Services

  • S. Government Efficiency Appropriations Committee: A strike all conforming amendment is adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. As amended, CS/SB 1024 reenacts, with some modification, s. 288.99, F.S., providing public record exemptions for certain, specified information relating to investigations or reviews of certified capital companies by the Financial Regulation Office. Of significant interest, repeals the CAPCO Act as well as the public record exemptions effective December 31, 2010. Now in S. Rules.

SB 1028 Exemption/School Readiness Records: Reenacts, with minor technical modification, the exemption in s. 411.011, F.S., for individual records of children enrolled in school readiness programs held by the early learning coalition or the Agency for Workforce Innovation. Similar to HB 1861. S. Commerce and Consumer Services

  • Senate: Tabled; HB 1861 substituted. See HB 1861.

CS/SB 1118 Crash Reports: Amends s. 316.066(3)(c), F.S., providing an exemption for information identifying the victims of car crashes, to allow disclosure of the exempt information to victim services programs. Similar to HB 649. Sen. Burt Saunders (R-Naples)

  • Senate: Passed the Senate, 39/0. Now in H. Messages.

CS/SB 1142 Exemption/Trade Secrets: Creates a public record exemption for a trade secret held by an agency if (1) the proprietor of the trade secret submits a legally-verified written declaration which (a) identifies the trade secret; (b) certifies that the identified information is a trade secret; (c) certifies that the identified information derives independent economic value from not being generally known or readily ascertainable by other people; (d) certifies that the proprietor has attempted to maintain the secrecy of the identified information; and (e) certifies that the identified information is not readily ascertainable or publicly available. Stipulates that the exemption will apply only if (2) the identified information is not readily ascertainable or publicly available by proper means by other persons from any source. Further stipulates that (3) the exemption will not apply to information that is a price or cost included in a response to a competitive solicitation submitted to an agency. Also creates an exemption for those portions of a meeting at which exempt trade secret information is discussed. Similar to HB 1919. Sen. Nancy Argenziano (R-Crystal River)

  • S. Governmental Oversight Committee: Two conforming amendments are adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. Now in S. Rules.

CS/SB 1144 Chapter 119 Reorganization: Phase 2 of a multi-phase project, SB 1144 focuses on public record exemptions, reorganizing and classifying different types of exemptions. Also revises s. 119.15, F.S., the Open Government Sunset Review Act, to delete redundant language. Similar to HB 1731. Sen. Nancy Argenziano (R-Crystal River)

  • House: Substituted for HB 1731. One minor technical amendment is adopted. Passed unanimously as amended. Now in S. Messages.

HB 1307 Exemption/Donors Library & Information Services: Creates a public record exemption for the identity of donors to the citizen support organization created to provide assistance, funding, and promotional support for the library, archives, and records management programs of the Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services. Stipulates that the exemption applies only if the donor desires to remain anonymous. Also exempts such information in an auditor’s report. Similar to SB 2142. H. Tourism Committee

  • House: Passed the House, 115/0. Now in S. Messages.

CS/HB 1387 Offender and Murderer Registration: Requires murderers and career offenders to register with state and local law enforcement agencies within 48 hours of release or relocation to the state. Authorizes law enforcement agencies to notify the community and the public of the presence of a career offender or murderer in the community. Similar to SB 2056. Rep. Everett Rice (R-Seminole)

  • H. Justice Council: Reported favorably. Now on H. Calendar.

CS/HB 1469 Exemption/Funeral, Cemetery & Consumer Services Board: Creates public meetings exemptions for the Funeral, Cemetery & Consumer Services Board when the board is meeting for the exclusive purpose of creating or reviewing licensure examination questions or answers. Also exempts meetings of the board’s probable cause panel. Creates a public record exemption for (1) records of exempt meetings of the probable cause panel board, stipulating that such records become public 10 days after a determination is made regarding probable cause. Also creates public record exemptions for information held by DBPR pursuant to a (1) financial investigation until the investigation is complete or no longer active; (3) inspection until the inspection is complete or no longer active; and (4) investigations of violations until the investigation is complete or no longer active or until 10 days after a determination is made regarding probable cause. Finally, creates a public record exemption for (5) records revealing trade secrets held by DBPR or the board Similar to SB 2344. Rep. Paige Kreegel (R-Punta Gorda) 🙁

  • House: Passes the House by a vote of 80/37. Now in S. Messages.

CS/SB 1478 Exemption/Hurricane Loss Data: Creates public record exemptions for “reports of hurricane loss data and associated exposure data” specific to a particular insurance company reported to the Office of Insurance Regulation or a state university for the purpose of developing a hurricane loss projection model. Stipulates that the exemption does not include reports of loss or exposure data aggregated for all insurers or loss reports for 2004 or future hurricanes which must be filed with the OIR. Also creates an exemption for trade secrets and for portions of meetings at which trade secrets are discussed. Similar to HB 1939. Sen. Rudy Garcia (R-Hialeah) 🙁

  • S. Governmental Oversight Committee: A strike all amendment is adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. As amended, CS/CS/SB 1478 creates a public record exemption for “reports of hurricane loss data and associated exposure data” specific to a particular insurance company reported to the Office of Insurance Regulation or a state university for the purpose of developing a hurricane loss projection model. Also creates an exemption for trade secrets and for portions of meetings at which trade secrets are discussed. Now in S. Rules.

HB 1591 Exemption/Voter Registration Information: Creates a public record exemption for the social security number, driver’s license number, and Florida identification number of a voter registration applicant or a voter. Stipulates that the exemption applies retroactively. Similar to SB 2178. Rep. Don Brown (R-DeFuniak Springs)

  • House: Passed the House unanimously. Now in S. Messages.

CS/SB 1628 Exemption/Home Addresses – Juvenile Probation Officers: Creates a public record exemption for the home addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers, and photographs of current or former juvenile probation officers, juvenile probation supervisors, and juvenile detention superintendents, officers of the Department of Juvenile Justices. Also exempts the home addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers, photographs, and places of employment of their spouses and children, and the names and locations of schools and day care facilities attended by such children. Sen. Victor Crist (R-Tampa)

  • S. Governmental Oversight Committee: Reported favorably. Now in S. Rules.

p HB 1695 Exemption/Voluntary PreK Education Program: Creates a public record exemption for personally identifiable records of children enrolled in the Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program, as well as any personal information contained in such records. Stipulates that the exemption is retroactive. Similar to SB 2220. H. PreK-12 Committee

  • Senate: Substituted for SB 2220. Passed the Senate unanimously. PASSED THE LEGISLATURE.

p HB 1699 OGSR/Interference with Custody: Reenacts and narrows s. 787.03, F.S., providing an exemption for information provided to a sheriff or state attorney by a person who takes a child under certain specified conditions. As amended, the name of the person taking the child and the current address and telephone number of the person and child are confidential and exempt from public disclosure. Stipulates that the exemption must be reviewed and reenacted under the Open Government Sunset Review Act in 2006. Similar to SB 726. H. Governmental Operations Committee

  • Senate: Substituted for SB 726. Passed the Senate unanimously. PASSED THE LEGISLATURE.

p HB 1729 OGSR/Florida Prepaid College Program: Reenacts and narrows the public record exemption for information identifying the purchaser and the beneficiary of any prepaid college program plan or any college savings program. Similar to SB 896. H. Governmental Operations Committee

  • Senate: Substituted for CS/SB 896. Passed the Senate unanimously. PASSED THE LEGISLATURE.

HB 1731 Chapter 119 Reorganization: Phase 2 of a multi-phase project, HB 1731 focuses on public record exemptions, reorganizing and classifying different types of exemptions. Also revises s. 119.15, F.S., the Open Government Sunset Review Act, to delete redundant language. Similar to SB 1144. H. Governmental Operations Committee

  • House: Tabled. CS/SB 1144 substituted. SEE CS/SB 1144.

CS/HB 1797 Adverse Medical Incident Records: Creates the “Patient’s Right to Know about Adverse Medical Incidents Act” for the purpose of implementing Art. X, s. 25, of the Florida Constitution, granting patient access to adverse medical incident records made or received by a health care facility or provider. Stipulates that such act does not repeal or otherwise modify existing laws regulating the use of such records. Further stipulates that such records must be available for inspection and copying upon “formal or informal” request by the patient or the patient’s representative. Defines “records” as a final report of any adverse medical incident, providing that drafts or other nonfinal versions or notes, and any documents or portions of documents that “constitute, contain, or reflect” attorney-client communications or work product are not considered records. Prohibits disclosure of information identifying patients involved in the incidents and requires maintaining all privacy restrictions imposed by federal law. Allows access to adverse medical incident records by a patient of the facility or provider that pertain to incidents affecting the patient or affecting other patients whose condition, treatment, or diagnosis is the same or substantially similar to that of the patient requesting access. Provides that fees charged for copies must not exceed the reasonable and actual cost to comply with the request, including a reasonable charge for staff time required to redact patient identifying information. Requires a patient to make a request for adverse medical incident records in writing; such request must identify the patient requesting access by name, address, and the last four digit’s of the patient’s social security number and must include a description of the patient’s condition, treatment or diagnosis, and the name of the health care providers whose records are being sought. Similar to SB 938 and SB 2218. H. Judiciary Committee

  • House: Tabled; CS/SB 938 substituted. SEE CS/SB 938.

CS/SB 1810 Exemption/Court Monitors: Creates a public record exemption for court orders appointing court monitors, and reports of court monitors relating to the medical condition, financial affairs, or mental health of the ward. Also exempts a court order appointing a court monitor on an emergency basis, court determinations relating to probable cause, and court orders finding no probable cause or to show cause. Similar to HB 947. Sen. Skip Campbell (D-Tamarac)

  • S. Governmental Oversight Committee: A strike all conforming amendment is adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. As amended, CS/CS/SB 1810 creates a public record exemption for reports of court monitors and emergency court monitors relating to the medical condition, financial affairs, or mental health of the ward, as well as court orders appointing court monitors and emergency court monitors. Stipulates that such records become public upon a finding of probable cause by a court. Also exempts court determinations relating to a finding of no probable cause and court orders finding no probable cause. Allows access upon a showing of good cause. Now in S. Rules.

HB 1851 Exemption/Legislative Information Services: Creates a public record exemption for user identifications and passwords held by the Division of Legislative Information Services and the Ethics Commission pursuant to electronic filing of lobbying activity reports, and for draft reports and files stored in the electronic filing system until the report has been submitted as a filed report. Also exempts proceedings and other records relating to audits and investigations by the Ethics Commission until such time subject of the investigation requests that records and proceedings be open or until there is a finding of probable cause. Similar to SB 2644. H. Ethics & Elections Committee

  • H. State Administration Council: Reported favorably. Now on H. Calendar.

p HB 1861 OGSR/School Readiness Records: Reenacts, with minor modification, the exemption in s. 411.011, F.S., for individual records of children enrolled in school readiness programs held by the early learning coalition or the Agency for Workforce Innovation. Similar to SB 1028. H. Governmental Operations Committee

  • House: Passed the House, 116/0.
  • Senate: Substituted for CS/SB 1028. Passed the Senate unanimously. PASSED THE LEGISLATURE.

HB 1921 OGSR/Domestic Violence Fatalities: Reenacts and expands current exemptions for records of domestic violence fatality review teams in s. 741.3165, F.S., to (1) stipulate that any confidential or exempt information obtained by a domestic violence fatality review team retains is confidential or exempt status, and (2) create a public record exemption for information that would reveal the identity of a domestic violence victim or the victim’s children. Similar to SB 974. H. Governmental Operations

  • House: Passed the House unanimously. Now in S. Messages.

CS/SB 1922 Exemption/Municipal Ethics Commissions: Amends s. 112.324, F.S., to create a public record exemption for complaints and records relating to the complaint and any preliminary investigation held by a municipal ethics commission. Also exempts any proceedings conducted by such commissions. Stipulates that records and proceedings become public once the complaint is dismissed, the alleged violator requests the records and proceedings be made public, or until the commission determines probable cause. Similar to HB 1491. Sen. Jim Sebesta (R-St. Petersburg)

  • H. Governmental Oversight Committee: Reported favorably. Now in S. Rules.

p HB 1923 OGSR/Telecommunications – Proprietary Business Information: Amends and reenacts s. 202.195, F.S., providing an exemption for proprietary confidential business information obtained from a telecommunications or franchised cable company by a local government for the purpose of imposing fees or assessing services taxes, to stipulate that such information will be exempt from public disclosure only if the information (1) is treated by the company as confidential; (2) would be reasonably likely to be used by a competitor to harm the business interests of the company; and (3) is not otherwise readily ascertainable or public available “by proper means by other persons from another source in the same configuration.” Similar to SB 680. H. Governmental Operations

  • Senate: Substituted for CS/SB 680. Passed the Senate unanimously. PASSED THE LEGISLATURE.

HB 1939 Exemption/Hurricane Loss & Exposure Data: Creates a public record exemption for “reports of hurricane loss data and associated exposure data” specific to a particular insurance company reported to the Office of Insurance Regulation or a state university for the purpose of developing a hurricane loss projection model. “Hurricane loss data and associated exposure data” is defined as “the type, age, wind mitigation features, and location of each property insured; the amount and type of coverage written on each of those properties; the amount, date, and type of damage paid for by the insurer on each property; and the amount of any reserves held by an insurer for future payments or expenses on damages associated with the date(s) of occurrence of hurricanes.” Also creates an exemption for trade secrets and for portions of meetings at which trade secrets are discussed. Similar to CS/SB 1478. H. Insurance 🙁

  • House: Passed the House 83/30. Now in S. Messages.

CS/SB 2142 Exemption/Donors – Library & Information Services: Creates a public record exemption for the identity of donors to the citizen support organization created to provide assistance, funding, and promotional support for the library, archives, and records management programs of the Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services. Stipulates that the exemption applies only if the donor desires to remain anonymous. Also exempts such information in an auditor’s report. Similar to HB 1307. Sen. Nancy Argenziano (R-Crystal River)

  • S. Community Affairs Committee: Reported favorably. Now in S. Banking & Insurance.

CS/SB 2220 Exemption/Voluntary PreK Education Program: Creates a public record exemption for the individual records of a child enrolled in the Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program held by an early learning coalition, the Agency for Workforce Innovation, or a Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program provider. Allows disclosure under certain specified conditions. Stipulates that the exemption is retroactive. Similar to HB 1695. Sen. Jim King (R-Jacksonville)

  • Senate: Tabled. HB 1695 substituted. SEE HB 1695.

SB 2344 Exemption/Funeral, Cemetery & Consumer Services Board: Creates public meetings exemptions for the Funeral, Cemetery & Consumer Services Board when the board is meeting for the exclusive purpose of creating or reviewing licensure examination questions or answers. Also exempts meetings of the board’s probable cause panel. Creates various public record exemptions: (1) records of the Department of Business & Professional Regulation revealing the scheduling of inspections or special examinations until the inspection or examination has been initiated; (2) information held by DBPR pursuant to a financial examination or inspection until the examination or inspection is completed or no longer active; (3) information, including any consumer complaint, held by DBPR pursuant to an investigation of alleged unlicenced practice until the investigation is complete or no longer active; (4) complaints against licensees, (5) investigative records relating to the investigation of the complaint, and (6) record of probable panel proceedings relating to consideration and action concerning such complaints, until 10 days after a finding of probable cause; and (7) records revealing trade secrets of a licensee or applicant. Stipulates that such information may remain exempt under certain specified conditions. Similar to HB 1469. Sen. Mike Haridopolos (R-St. Augustine) 🙁

  • S. Governmental Oversight Committee: A strike all conforming amendment is adopted. Reported favorably as a committee substitute. As amended, CS/SB 2344 creates public meetings exemptions for the Funeral, Cemetery & Consumer Services Board when the board is meeting for the exclusive purpose of creating or reviewing licensure examination questions or answers. Also exempts meetings of the board’s probable cause panel. Creates a public record exemption for (1) records of exempt meetings of the probable cause panel board, stipulating that such records become public 10 days after a determination is made regarding probable cause. Also creates public record exemptions for information held by DBPR pursuant to a (1) financial investigation until the investigation is complete or no longer active; (3) inspection until the inspection is complete or no longer active; and (4) investigations of violations until the investigation is complete or no longer active or until 10 days after a determination is made regarding probable cause. Finally, creates a public record exemption for (5) records revealing trade secrets held by DBPR or the board. Now in S. Rules.

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This is the final week of a very busy and difficult legislative session. The next report you receive will be our FINAL REPORT in which we will report the final action on all bills tracked through the session. Below you’ll find a prediction list, those bills we think may pass. Please call is you have any questions.

2005 Legislative Session Prediction list

PASSED
1.) SB 938, Adverse Medical Incident Reports ? (NOT)
2.) HB 1695, Exemption/Pre-K Education Program N (NEW)
3.) HB 1699, OGSR/Interference w/Custody N
4.) HB 1729, OGSR/Pre-Paid College Program N
5.) HB 1861, OGSR/School Readiness Records N
6.) HB 1923, OGSR/Telecommunications N
LIKELY TO PASS
1.) HB 185 and SB 676, Exemption/Child Abuse Death Review N
2.) SB 288 and HB 1691, OGSR/Seaport Security Plans N
3.) HB 649 and SB 1118, Crash Reports N (NOT)
4.) SB 974 and HB 1921, OGSR/Domestic Violence N
5.) SB 1024 and HB 1817, OGSR/CAPCOs N
6.) SB 1142 and HB 1919, Exemption/Trade Secrets N (NEW)
7.) SB 1144 and HB 1731, Ch. 119 Reorg. N (NOT)
8.) SB 1416 and HB 1801, Exemption/Domestic Security N (NEW)
9.) HB 1491 and SB 1922, Exemption/Municipal Ethics Cmsn N (NEW)
10.) HB 1591 and SB 2178, Exemption/Absentee Ballots N (NEW)
COULD PASS
1.) HB 111 and SB 654, Expunction/Arrest Records O (NEW)
2.) HB 449 and SB 1082, Exemption/Moffitt Cancer Center N (NEW)
3.) HB 481 and SB 978, Unlawful Use of Personal Info N (NOT)
4.) HB 627 and SB 698, Exemption/Fla. Consumer Finance Act N (NEW)
5.) HB 729 and SB 1442, Exemption/Self-Insurers N (NEW)
6.) SB 798, Exemption/Parental Notification N
7.) HB 1091 and SB 1272, Exemption/Independent Education N (NEW)
8.) HB 947 and SB 1810, Exemption/Court Monitors N (NEW)
9.) HB 1307 and SB 2142, Exemption/Library Donors N (NEW)
10.) HB 1469 and SB 2344, Exemption/Funeral Services Board O (NEW)
11.) HB 1478 and HB 1939, Exemption/Hurricane Loss Data O (NEW)
12.) HB 1851 and SB 2644, Exemption/Legislative Info Services N (NEW)
13.) HB 1929 and SB 2382, Exemption/Guardians Ad Litem O (NEW)

 

N = Neutral
O = Oppose
S = Support
NOT = Not an exemption
NEW = New exemption

 

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