This special edition of Capitol Update reviews legislation signed into law by Governor Rick Scott so far, including:

  • Senate Bill 10, which creates programs and funding to build a reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee to reduce runoff east and west when the lake level gets too high.
  • Legislation establishing statewide regulations for ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft.
  • A public records measure designed to make it safer for murder witnesses to come forward and testify.

Tags:
2017 HB 1233 Cottage Food Operations 2017 HB 151 Proceedings Involving Minors or Persons with Intellectual Disabilites 2017 HB 185 State Park Fees 2017 HB 221 Transportation Network Companies 2017 HB 711 Vessel Registrations 2017 Legislative Session 2017 SB 10 Water Resources 2017 SB 18 Relief of "Survivor" and the Estate of "Victim" by DCF 2017 SB 280 Sentencing for Capital Felonies 2017 SB 312 Eyewitness Identification 2017 SB 60 Children Obtaining Driver Licenses 2017 SB 818 Timeshares 2017 SB 884 Sharks Alan Abramowitz Andy Thomas Anitere Flores Anna Zhang Arlene Byrd Bill Cervone boats/boating/boating safety Bob Harris body cameras Cary Pigman Chuck Mitchell Colin Tooze Cynthia Stafford death penalty/capital punishment driver's license Everglades foster care/foster parents George Gainer Jeff Brandes Joe Negron Joseph Geller Lake Okeechobee Logan Wilcox Matt Puckett Pam Bondi Randolph Bracy ride sharing/transportation network companies Rob Bradley service dogs/therapy animals sharks state parks Susan Parmalee Tangela Sears taxi cabs Thad Altman Thomas Hanlon timeshares Tom Lee Travis Hutson Uber/Lyft water policy/water management water pollution/water quality water storage/reservoirs