2019 HB 13 Collective Bargaining 2019 HB 17 Tort Reform 2019 HB 179 Child Abuse 2019 HB 355 Dangerous Instrumentality 2019 HB 973 Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems 2019 PCB WMC 19-01 Taxation Transparency 2019 SB 186 Public Records/Victim of Mass Violence 2019 SB 190 Higher Education 2019 SB 332 Incarcerated Women 2019 SB 338 Extension of Confinement 2019 SB 346 Conditional Medical Release 2019 SB 406 Theft 2019 SB 7012 Vaping 2019 SB 724 Residential Swimming Pool Safety 2019 SB 90 Early Childhood Courts 2019-20 state budget/appropriations Amber Hughes Amy Mercado Anna Eskamani Ashley Moody Assignment of Benefits (AOB) Ben Diamond Bill Galvano Bill Montford Blaise Ingoglia Bob Rommel Bryan Avila career/vocational/technical education civil court contractors David Simmons Dennis Baxley Doug Broxson driver's license Ed Hooper education k-12 Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Florida Forever Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program fraudulent credit card skimmers/scanners fuel/gasoline/gas pumps Gayle Harrell GDP - Gross Domestic Product George Gainer Governor's budget proposal higher education/post-secondary education homeowners insurance/property insurance Hurricane Michael hurricanes/tropical storms James "JW" Grant Janet Cruz Jeff Brandes Kelli Stargel Kionne McGhee Lisa Miller Manny Diaz Jr. Nikki Fried opioids/opioid abuse private school public schools/traditional public school Ramon Alexander Reggie Garcia Rene "Coach P" Plasencia robbery/burglary/theft Ron DeSantis scholarships teacher pay texting while driving/distracted driving Thomas Leek Tommy Gregory transparency UCF - University of Central Florida
Capitol Update is daily review of state government during the Legislative Session. Today’s topics include:
- A Senate bill that would make different forms of distracted driving – not just texting – a primary offense.
- The Senate Education Committee approved a comprehensive education bill that provides more scholarships to private schools and revamps the teacher bonus program.
- A House committee approved tort reform and assignment of benefits reform bills.