2018 Constitutional Amendment 4 - Automatic Restoration of Rights 2020 HB 1103 Electronic Prescribing 2020 HB 115 Keep Our Graduates Working Act 2020 HB 303 Constitution Revision Commission 2020 HB 389 Testing for and Treatment of Influenza and Streptococcus 2020 HB 59 Automated Pharmacy Systems 2020 HB 725 Workforce Education 2020 SB 116 Prescription Insulin Drugs 2020 SB 356 Keep our Graduates Working Act 2020-2021 state budget/appropriations abortion Al Sharpton Ally Cintia Amy Baker Andrew Spar Audrey Gibson ballot initiatives Bill Galvano Carlos Guillermo Smith CON - Certificate of Need corrections officers CRC - Constitution Revision Commission cyber-security Dennis Baxley deregulation Diabetes DOE - Department of Education Doug Broxson e-verify EDR - Office of Economic & Demographic Research Evan Jenne Florida Best and Brightest Scholarship Florida Supreme Court Gaming Compact guns/ weapons/ firearms Harry Huelsbeck health care Heather Fitzenhagen influenza/flu shot/flu season James "JW" Grant Jeff Binkley Jennifer Webb Jodi James Jorge Labarga Jose R. Oliva Kionne McGhee Lauren Book Legislative Session Opening Day Marion Hammer mass shooting/mass violence Mike Beltran nurses/ nursing pharmacies/pharmacists prescription drugs proposed constitutional amendments public safety Randy Fine Red flag laws restoration of rights/felon voting rights Rob Bradley Ron DeSantis Scott Rivkees sentencing sexual harassment/misconduct State of the State State of the State Response teacher pay teachers Tom Lee voting/voter registration white nationalism/supremacy William Cloud Robinson Jr.
Capitol Update is daily review of state government during the Legislative Session. Today’s topics include:
- The 2020 Legislative Session opened, with Governor Ron DeSantis declaring the “state of the state” successful.
- The Senate President called for decorum and civility during session and the House Speaker called for a list of changes to cut health care costs.
- In an opinion requested by the Governor, the Florida Supreme Court said felons who’ve done their time must still pay legal financial obligations before they can regain the right to vote.