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FLS1068IntroRedefining the term "crime" to include the commission of certain lewd or lascivious offenses; increasing the maximum amount the Crime Victims' Services Office of the Department of Legal Affairs is required to pay for certain medical expenses of victi...
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2019-04-18
To Senate Appropriations Committee
FLH0899IntroProvides factors court must consider when determining whether child should remain in his or her current placement or be placed in out-of-home care; provides requirements for case plans & permanency determinations; requires disclosure & determination ...
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2019-04-18
Placed on Special Order Calendar, 04/24/19
FLS1650IntroRequiring the Department of Children and Families to establish a direct-support organization to assist the Children and Youth Cabinet with carrying out certain purposes and responsibilities; requiring that the order for placement of a child in shelte...
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2019-04-18
Favorable by- Appropriations; YEAS 19 NAYS 0
FLH7125IntroCreates & revises numerous provisions relating to public safety including increases in threshold amounts for certain theft offenses; elimination or reduction of length of driver license revocation for certain offenses; creates & revises provisions re...
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2019-04-18
Placed on Calendar
FLS0916IntroRedefining the term "cyberstalk" as the term relates to prohibited acts; providing that a person commits an offense against users of certain electronic devices if he or she willfully, knowingly, and exceeding authorization performs specified acts, et...
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2019-04-17
To Senate Appropriations Committee
FLH0785IntroRevises definition of "crime" for purposes of crime victim assistance; increases maximum monetary reimbursement amount payable to certain medical providers.
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2019-04-17
CS passed; YEAS 114 NAYS 0
FLS0006PassDeleting provisions which have become inoperative by noncurrent repeal or expiration and, pursuant to s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i), F.S., may be omitted from the 2019 Florida Statutes only through a reviser's bill duly enacted by the Legislature, etc.
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2019-04-04
Chapter No. 2019-4
FLS0846IntroCiting this act as the "HIV Prevention Justice Act"; providing an exception to allow the donation of human tissue by a person who has human immunodeficiency virus infection under certain circumstances; expanding the scope of unlawful acts by a person...
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2019-03-25
To Senate Health Policy Committee
FLH7043IntroRepeals and amends provisions that have become inoperative by noncurrent repeal or expiration & may be omitted from 2019 Florida Statutes only through reviser's bill duly enacted by Legislature.
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2019-03-20
Laid on Table, refer to SB 6
FLH0079IntroCites act as "HIV Prevention Justice Act"; provides exception to allow donation of human tissue by person with HIV under certain circumstances; expands scope of unlawful acts by person infected with sexually transmissible disease to include HIV; recl...
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2019-03-19
To House Judiciary Committee
FLH1421IntroRequires law enforcement agency to provide specified information to victim if victim's property is located in pawnshop.
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2019-03-08
To House Criminal Justice Subcommittee
FLS1396IntroRequiring a case plan to include conditions for return of a child that has been sheltered; requiring that the case plan describe the responsibility of certain persons to communicate effectively; requiring a foster parent or legal custodian to disclos...
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2019-03-05
To Senate Children, Families, and Elder Affairs Committee
FLS1426IntroSpecifying the rights to which every victim is entitled; specifying rights that a victim may elect to exercise by providing notice to a state attorney or a law enforcement agency; prohibiting the questioning of a victim regarding certain sexual condu...
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2019-03-05
To Senate Criminal Justice Committee
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