2018 Constitutional Amendment 4 - Automatic Restoration of Rights 2019 SB 7066 Election Administration 2020 Census absentee ballot/vote by mail AHCA – Agency for Health Care Administration alcoholic beverages Alex Mcleod Aliette Rodz Amy Baker Annette Taddeo Anthony Sabatini assisted living/nursing homes beer/breweries Ben Wilcox CARES Act funds Cecile Scoon concealed carry Coronavirus – COVID-19 corrections officers DBPR – Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Deloitte DEO – Department of Economic Opportunity Desmond Meade DOACS - Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services DOC - Department of Corrections DOH - Department of Health Don Langston Donna Morgan Douglas Holt early voting EDR - Office of Economic & Demographic Research education k-12 elder affairs/ senior citizens energy/utilities Fedrick Ingram Florida Cabinet Florida Education Association Florida League of Women Voters Henry Wells Hilary Parsons Hillsborough County Public Schools Holocaust Jasmaine Bell Jeffery Todd Kathy Johnson Kendall Coffey Kenny Clarke Kim Moore Krista Stanley Legislative Black Caucus Lynn Gray Marilyn Stephens Mary Anderson Mary Daniel masks Matthew Moore minimum wage Miriam Klein Kassenoff Nick DiCeglie Nicole Clay Nikki Fried Pace Center for Girls primary elections prison health care/inmate health care Reopen - Phase 2 restaurants/restaurant industry restoration of rights/felon voting rights Robert Hinkle Rocky Hanna Ron DeSantis sales tax holiday Scott Shalley supervisors of elections TCC - Tallahassee Community College Teacher of the Year teachers U.S. Census unemployment assistance VPK - Voluntary Pre-K youth/student athletics
Capitol Update is a weekly review of state government. Topics this week include:
- As COVID-19 cases in Florida passed the 500,000 mark, Governor Ron DeSantis met with different groups to discuss safe ways to reopen.
- Early voting started for the August 18 primary.
- The Department of Education named Florida’s 2021 Teacher of the Year: Krista Stanley, a middle school math teacher in Okeechobee County.