01/15/16 – By The News Service of Florida
The Senate next week could approve a bill that would create a public-records exemption for information about paramedics and emergency-medical technicians. The Senate on Friday took up the bill (SB 320), filed by Sen. Garrett Richter, R-Naples, and could approve it during a floor session Thursday.
The bill would prevent the release of records that include personal information, such as home addresses, telephone numbers and photographs, of current and former paramedics and emergency-medical technicians. Also, the bill includes an exemption for information about spouses and children of paramedics and EMTs. [Read More]