2020 budget conferences 2020 HB 1059 Parental Rights 2020 HB 705 Emergency Sheltering of Persons with Pets 2020 HB 7065 School Safety 2020 HB 7067 Education 2020 HB 7097 Taxation 2020 HB 945 Children's Mental Health 2020 Legislative Session 2020 SB 1794 Constitutional Amendments 2020 SB 538 Emergency Reporting 2020 SB 646 Intercollegiate Athlete Compensation and Rights 2020 SB 70 Panic Alarms in Public Schools 2020 SB 7048 Public Records/Public Shelter Space 2020 SB 728 Threats Aaron Bean Alyssa's Law Anna Eskamani Ashley Moody Audrey Gibson Baker Act ballot initiatives Bryan Avila business rent tax/commercial rent tax Carlos Guillermo Smith Cary Pigman Chad Poppell China Coronavirus – COVID-19 David Silvers DCF - Department of Children and Families Debbie Mayfield domestic animals/pets Erin Grall Family Empowerment Scholarship Program FCADV - Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program Halsey Beshears Jeff Brandes Jennifer Sullivan Jennifer Webb Jose R. Oliva Juan Fernandez-Barquin juvenile justice Kimberly Daniels Kionne McGhee LGBTQ+ issues mental health/mental illness Meralyn Kirkland Moffitt Cancer Center nurses/ nursing OIR – Office of Insurance Regulation private school proposed constitutional amendments Ralph Massullo Ron DeSantis sales tax holiday school choice school safety/school security school voucher programs storm/hurricane preparedness student athletics supervisors of elections taxes/tax cuts Thomas Leek Tiffany Carr Travis Hutson W. Keith Perry Wengay "Newt" Newton Yuh-Mei Hu Yuh-Mei Hutt
Capitol Update is daily review of state government during the Legislative Session. Today’s topics include:
- The Governor traveled all over the state meeting with local health departments about Florida’s coronavirus cases.
- With deadlines approaching the end of session, lobbyists, activists, and citizens packed Capitol committee rooms to advocate for and against proposed legislation.
- The full House faced the issue of discrimination, freedom of religion, and school choice as they prepared to expand a private school scholarship program for students in low and moderate income families.