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Sorted by Folder Name Bills relating to Business & Economic Development SB 0728 Relating to Unemployment Compensation Detert Unemployment Compensation; Increases the number of employer payroll service providers who qualify for access to unemployment tax information by filing a memorandum of understanding. Revises provisions relating to statutory construction. Requires that an individual claiming benefits report certain information and participate in an initial skills review. Disqualifies an individual for benefits for any week he or she is incarcerated. Requires claims to be submitted by electronic means, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: upon becoming a law, except as otherwise provided Current Committee of Reference: Budget 4/25/2011 SENATE Not considered by Budget 4/25/2011 SENATE On Committee agenda - Budget, 04/26/11, 9:45 AM, 412 K 4/26/2011 SENATE Temporarily postponed by Budget Compare SB 1058 Relating to Unemployment Compensation (Hill) HB 1283 Relating to Unemployment Compensation (Ahern) SB 1728 Relating to Unemployment Compensation (Latvala) Relating to Tax Administration (Budget Subcommittee on SB 2044 Finance and Tax) SB 2156 Relating to Governmental Reorganization (Budget) Relating to Unemployment Compensation (Economic HB 7005 Development & Tourism Subcommittee) Relating to Government Reorganization/OTTED, DCA, & AWI HB 7247 (Select Committee on Government Reorganization) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. SB 0762 Support.

Relating to Florida Climate Protection Act Hays Florida Climate Protection Act; Repeals provisions relating to a cap-and-trade regulatory program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from electric utilities. Conforms a cross-reference. EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/27/2011 SENATE Withdrawn from Budget 4/27/2011 SENATE Placed on Calendar, on second reading 4/28/2011 SENATE Placed on Special Order Calendar for 04/30/11 Identical HB 4117 Relating to Florida Climate Protection Act (Plakon) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

HB 1069

Relating to Capital Investment Tax Credits Dorworth Capital Investment Tax Credit: Specifies procedures to claim sales & use tax credit; authorizes qualifying business that has insufficient corporate income tax liability to fully claim capital investment tax credit to apply credit against its liability for sales & use taxes to be collected, reported, & remitted to DOR; requires qualifying business that receives credit against its sales & use tax liability to make additional capital investments; requires qualifying business to annually report its capital investments to OTTED, President of Senate, & Speaker of House; requires qualifying business that fails to make required capital investments to repay amount of sales & use tax credit claimed with interest; limits availability of sales & use tax credit to certain businesses that have their headquarters in this state, that qualify for capital investment tax credit, & that entered into agreement with DOR during certain period; limits annual amount of tax credits that may be approved for each eligible qualifying business; authorizes OTTED & DOR to adopt rules. Effective Date: July 1, 2011

Current Committee of Reference: Finance & Tax Committee 3/28/2011 HOUSE On Committee agenda - Finance & Tax Committee, 03/30/11, 2:15 pm, 17 H 3/30/2011 HOUSE Temporarily postponed by Finance & Tax Committee 4/6/2011 Bill to be Discussed During the Office of EDR's Revenue Estimating Impact Conference; 04/08/11, 9:00am, 117 K (No Votes Will Be Taken) Identical SB 1470 Relating to Capital Investment Tax Credit (Altman) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. SB 1222 Oppose.

Relating to Corporate Income Tax/Reduction & Future Repeal Norman Corporate Income Tax/Reduction & Future Repeal; Provides for incremental reductions of the corporate income tax effective on specified dates. Provides for future repeal of part I of chapter 220, F.S., relating to the chapter title, legislative intent, and definitions, and part II of chapter 220, F.S., relating to the imposition and apportionment of the corporate income tax. Provides legislative findings, intent, and application, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011, except as otherwise provided Current Committee of Reference: Commerce and Tourism 3/23/2011 Bill to Be Discussed During the Office of EDR's Revenue Estimating Impact Conference; 03/25/11, 9:00am, 117 K (No Votes Will Be Taken) 3/30/2011 Bill to be Discussed During the Office of EDR's Revenue Estimating Impact Conference; 04/01/11, 9:00am, 117 K (No Votes Will Be Taken) 4/6/2011 Bill to be Discussed During the Office of EDR's Revenue Estimating Impact Conference; 04/08/11, 9:00am, 117 K (No Votes Will Be Taken) Compare SB 1236 Relating to State Revenues (Richter) Identical Relating to Incremental Reduction and Future Repeal of the HB 0503 Corporate Income Tax (Harrison) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

HB 1231

Relating to Telecommunications Horner Telecommunications: Creates "Regulatory Reform Act"; revises & repeals provisions relating to Public Service Commission & telecommunication companies, facilities, & services; requires commission to initiate rulemaking to reduce regulatory assessment fee for telecommunications companies & produce annual report describing its efforts to do so. Effective Date: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/28/2011 HOUSE Ordered enrolled 4/28/2011 HOUSE Enrolled Text (ER) Filed 4/28/2011 Signed by Officers and presented to Governor (Governor must act on this bill by 05/05/11) Compare HB 4149 Relating to Regulation of Electronic Communications (Porter) Similar SB 1524 Relating to Telecommunications (Simmons) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

HB 1243

Relating to Citizens Property Insurance Corporation

Boyd

Citizens Property Insurance Corporation: Revises legislative intent; provides certain residential structures are not eligible for coverage by corporation after certain date; prohibits corporation from levying assessments until surcharge is levied; requires corporation to commission consultant to prepare report on outsourcing; revises wind coverage provisions; specifies that corporation's insurance policies must provide that surplus lines insurer's offer to cover risks makes policy ineligible for renewal; requires policyholders acknowledge assessment of surcharges; provides for termination of agent for rebate violation; provides policies do not cover screen enclosures & limits coverage for sinkhole damage; requires members of board to abstain from voting on issues of interest; requires members to disclose interest; provides corporation is residual market mechanism; revises provisions relating to corporation rates; provides surplus lines insurers may participate in depopulation, take-out, or keep-out programs; provides requirements surplus lines insurer must meet to participate; clarifies corporation immunity; authorizes release of confidential files to insurer; deletes requirement for annual report on wind-only losses; requires property owners in Special Flood Areas maintain separate insurance. Effective Date: upon becoming a law Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/7/2011 HOUSE Favorable with CS by Economic Affairs Committee; 10 Yeas, 6 Nays 4/11/2011 HOUSE Committee Substitute Text (C2) Filed 4/12/2011 HOUSE Placed on Calendar, on second reading Compare SB 1714 Relating to Citizens Property Insurance Corporation (Hays) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. HB 1425 Support.

Relating to State Minimum Wage Tobia State Minimum Wage: Provides requirements for adjustment of state minimum wage. Effective Date: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: Economic Affairs Committee 4/1/2011 HOUSE On Committee agenda - Finance & Tax Committee, 04/05/11, 11:45 am, 17 H 4/5/2011 HOUSE Favorable by Finance & Tax Committee; 13 Yeas, 11 Nays 4/6/2011 HOUSE Now in Economic Affairs Committee Similar SB 1610 Relating to State Minimum Wage (Detert) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

SB 1470

Relating to Capital Investment Tax Credit Altman Capital Investment Tax Credit; Specifies procedures to claim a sales and use tax credit. Authorizes a qualifying business that has insufficient corporate income tax liability to fully claim a capital investment tax credit to apply the credit against its liability for sales and use taxes to be collected, reported, and remitted to the Department of Revenue. Requires a qualifying business that receives a credit against its sales and use tax liability to make additional capital investments, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: Budget 3/23/2011 SENATE Committee Substitute Text (C1) Filed 3/23/2011 Bill to Be Discussed During the Office of EDR's Revenue Estimating Impact Conference; 03/25/11, 9:00am, 117 K (No Votes Will Be Taken) 3/24/2011 SENATE Now in Budget Identical HB 1069 Relating to Capital Investment Tax Credits (Dorworth) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Oppose.

Public Comments No comments exist. SB 1524 Relating to Telecommunications Simmons Telecommunications; Creates the "Regulatory Reform Act." Revises legislative intent with respect to the jurisdiction of the Florida Public Service Commission. Repeals provisions relating to price regulation, regulatory methods for small local exchange telecommunications companies, experimental and transitional rates, limited proceedings, procedures for seeking a stay of proceedings, joint rates, tolls, and contracts, rate adjustment orders, intrastate interexchange service contracts, and unlawful charges against consumers, respectively, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/19/2011 SENATE Placed on Calendar, on second reading 4/25/2011 SENATE Placed on Special Order Calendar for 04/27/11 4/27/2011 SENATE Read Second Time; Amendment Adopted (170366, 448420, 905238); Substituted for HB 1231; Laid on Table, Refer to HB 1231 Compare HB 4149 Relating to Regulation of Electronic Communications (Porter) Similar HB 1231 Relating to Telecommunications (Horner) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. SB 1610 Support.

Relating to State Minimum Wage Detert State Minimum Wage; Conforms a provision to changes made by the act. Provides for calculating the adjusted real wage rate and its application as the Florida minimum wage when both the previous year?s Florida minimum wage and the federal minimum wage are lower. Provides definitions. Conforms a cross-reference. EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/25/2011 SENATE On Committee agenda - Budget, 04/26/11, 9:45 AM, 412 K 4/26/2011 SENATE Favorable by Budget; 14 Yeas, 6 Nays 4/27/2011 SENATE Placed on Calendar, on second reading Similar HB 1425 Relating to State Minimum Wage (Tobia) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

SB 1714

Relating to Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Hays Citizens Property Insurance Corporation; Discontinues policy discounts relating to the Citizens Property Insurance Corporation after a certain date. Directs the corporation to provide coverage to certain excluded residential structures but at rates deemed appropriate by the corporation. Provides that certain residential structures are not eligible for coverage by the corporation after a certain date. Prohibits the corporation from levying certain assessments with respect to a year's deficit until the corporation has first levied a specified surcharge, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: upon becoming a law Current Committee of Reference: Budget 4/26/2011 SENATE Not considered by Budget 4/26/2011 SENATE On Committee agenda - Rules, 04/26/11, 1:00 pm, 110 S - If Received 4/26/2011 SENATE Not received by Rules Compare HB 1243 Relating to Citizens Property Insurance Corporation (Boyd) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development

Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. SB 2078 Relating to Energy

Support.

Communications, Energy and Public Utilities Energy; Requires a utility to purchase excess electrical output generated by any property owner's rooftop solar equipment within its service area. Requires all public utilities to perform a free energy audit of the business structures of commercial customers. Provides that the audit is deemed satisfied under certain conditions. Requires the Department of Management Services to prioritize buildings for an energy audit and retrofits and to proceed with performing those audits and retrofits, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: Budget 4/25/2011 SENATE Not Considered by Budget 4/25/2011 SENATE On Committee agenda - Budget, 04/26/11, 9:45 AM, 412 K 4/26/2011 SENATE Temporarily postponed by Budget Compare SB 1102 Relating to Energy (Detert) SB 1336 Relating to Renewable Energy (Bennett) HB 1349 Relating to Renewable Energy (Burgin) SB 1724 Relating to Renewable Energy (Altman) Relating to Energy Incentives and Initiatives (Energy & Utilities HB 7217 Subcommittee) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Oppose.

HB 4117

Relating to Florida Climate Protection Act Plakon Florida Climate Protection Act: Repeals provisions for cap & trade regulatory program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from electric utilities. Effective Date: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee 1/31/201 HOUSE Filed 2/16/2011 HOUSE Referred to Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee; State Affairs Committee 2/16/2011 HOUSE Now in Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee Identical SB 0762 Relating to Florida Climate Protection Act (Hays) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

HB 4195

Relating to Local Business Taxes O'Toole Local Business Taxes: Repeals ch. 205, F.S., "Local Business Tax Act." Effective Date: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: Finance & Tax Committee 3/14/2011 HOUSE Now in Finance & Tax Committee 4/1/2011 HOUSE On Committee agenda - Finance & Tax Committee, 04/05/11, 11:45 am, 17 H 4/5/2011 HOUSE Temporarily postponed by Finance & Tax Committee Compare Relating to Deregulation of Professions and Occupations HB 5005 (Business & Consumer Affairs Subcommittee) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Support.

Public Comments No comments exist. HB 7005 Economic Development & Tourism Subcommittee Unemployment Compensation: Increases number of employer payroll service providers who qualify for access to unemployment tax information; revises provisions relating to statutory construction; requires that applicant for benefits participate in initial skills review; provides exceptions; clarifies "good cause" for voluntarily leaving employment; disqualifies certain person for benefits; reduces amount & revises calculation of number of weeks of claimant's benefit eligibility; revises employer's unemployment compensation contribution rate by certain factors; revises application to conform to changes made by this act; provides employer payment schedule for 2012, 2013, & 2014 contributions; revises allowable forms of evidence in benefit appeals; revises judicial venue for reviewing commission orders; specifies that evidence of mailing agency document is based on date stated on document; revives, readopts, & amends provision relating to temporary extended benefits; provides for retroactive application; establishes temporary state extended benefits for weeks of unemployment; provides for state extended benefits for certain weeks & for periods of high unemployment; provides severability; provides applicability; provides appropriations for purposes of implementation; provides that act fulfills important state interest. Effective Date: upon becoming a law Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 3/9/2011 HOUSE Placed on Third Reading 3/10/2011 HOUSE Read Third Time; Passed (Vote: 81 Yeas / 38 Nays) 3/15/2011 SENATE In Messages Compare SB 0728 Relating to Unemployment Compensation (Detert) HB 1283 Relating to Unemployment Compensation (Ahern) SB 1728 Relating to Unemployment Compensation (Latvala) Relating to Tax Administration (Budget Subcommittee on SB 2044 Finance and Tax) SB 2156 Relating to Governmental Reorganization (Budget) Relating to Government Reorganization/OTTED, DCA, & AWI HB 7247 (Select Committee on Government Reorganization) Relating to Unemployment Compensation Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. HB 7217 Support.

Relating to Energy Incentives and Initiatives Energy & Utilities Subcommittee Energy Incentives and Initiatives: Revises legislative intent relating to state's energy policy; provides legislative intent relating to renewable energy production of electricity; deletes provisions for renewable portfolio standard & renewable energy credits; provides mechanism for providers to recover costs to produce or purchase renewable energy under certain conditions; exempts renewable energy projects for which cost recovery is provided under mechanism from requirements for determination of need; requires providers to include specified information relating to renewable energy development in reports to PSC; transfers Florida Energy & Climate Commission within EOG to DACS; transfers Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program & Weatherization Assistance Program within DCA to DACS; provides for creation of Office of Energy & Water within DACS; repeals Solar Energy System Incentives Program & required studies & reports on greenhouse gas emissions associated with renewable fuels & certain DACS consumer conciliatory conference responsibilities. Effective Date: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: State Affairs Committee 4/4/2011 HOUSE Filed (Formerly PCB ENU1) 4/7/2011 HOUSE Referred to State Affairs Committee 4/7/2011 HOUSE Now in State Affairs Committee Compare SB 1102 Relating to Energy (Detert) SB 1336 Relating to Renewable Energy (Bennett) HB 1349 Relating to Renewable Energy (Burgin) SB 1724 Relating to Renewable Energy (Altman) SB 1810 Relating to Energy (Benacquisto) Relating to Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services SB 2076 (Agriculture) Relating to Energy (Communications, Energy and Public SB 2078 Utilities) HB 7215 Relating to Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

(Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee) Bills relating to Business & Priority/Importance/Position Economic Development Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Oppose.

Bills relating to Education Reform SB 0736 Relating to Education Personnel Wise Education Personnel; Cites this act as the "Student Success Act." Revises provisions relating to the evaluation of instructional personnel and school administrators. Requires the Department of Education to approve each school district's instructional personnel and school administrator evaluation systems. Requires the Commissioner of Education to approve or select and the State Board of Education to adopt formulas for school districts to use in measuring student learning growth. Requires school districts to administer assessments for each course offered in the district, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: March 24, 2011 except as otherwise provided Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 3/16/2011 SENATE Enrolled Text (ER) Filed 3/21/2011 Signed by Officers and presented to Governor 3/24/2011 Approved by Governor; Chapter No. 2011-1 Compare HB 4179 Relating to Public School Personnel Contracts (Brodeur) Similar Relating to Education Personnel (K-20 Competitiveness HB 7019 Subcommittee) Bills relating to Education Priority/Importance/Position Reform Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Position not specified. Public Comments No comments exist. HB 1225 Relating to Education Savings Account Program Brandes Education Savings Account Program: Creates Education Savings Account Program to allow payment to participating student's account equal to percentage of amount student would have generated under FEFP, which would be deposited in financial institution to be used for child's education; provides eligibility requirements for students, schools & programs, & financial institutions to participate in program; provides qualified uses of funds in education savings account; provides responsibilities of parents, students, financial institutions, DOE, & Chief Financial Officer. Effective Date: upon becoming a law Current Committee of Reference: Education Committee 3/4/201 HOUSE Filed 3/14/2011 HOUSE Referred to Education Committee; Rulemaking & Regulation Subcommittee; Appropriations Committee 3/14/2011 HOUSE Now in Education Committee Identical SB 1550 Relating to Education Savings Account Program (Negron) Bills relating to Education Priority/Importance/Position Reform Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. HB 1329 Support.

Relating to John M. McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Bileca Program John M. McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program: Makes scholarships available to students with disabilities who have 504 accommodation plan issued under federal law; allows parent to request & receive scholarship for student to enroll in & attend private school if student has 504 accommodation plan; provides that students with certain temporary 504 accommodation plans are ineligible for scholarship; provides that parent may choose to enroll student in public school in adjacent

district under certain conditions; provides for scholarship amounts. Effective Date: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/28/2011 HOUSE Read Second Time; Read Third Time; Passed (Vote: 98 Yeas / 17 Nays) 4/28/2011 SENATE In Messages 4/28/2011 SENATE Received; Referred to Education Pre-K - 12; Budget Identical Relating to McKay Scholarships/Students With Disabilities SB 1656 (Wise) Bills relating to Education Priority/Importance/Position Reform Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Position not specified. Public Comments No comments exist. HB 1331 Relating to School Choice Bileca School Choice: Revises requirements for eligibility to participate in Opportunity Scholarship Program; deletes provisions that authorize opportunity scholarship for attendance at private school; revises school district obligations & deletes provisions to conform; deletes obsolete provision relating to John M. McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program. Effective Date: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/26/2011 HOUSE Placed on Special Order Calendar for 04/28/11 4/28/2011 HOUSE Read Second Time; Amendments Failed (128169, 441305) 4/28/2011 HOUSE Placed on Third Reading Identical SB 1822 Relating to School Choice (Benacquisto) Bills relating to Education Priority/Importance/Position Reform Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. SB 1546 Oppose.

Relating to Charter Schools Thrasher Charter Schools; Requires that the Department of Education provide or arrange for training and technical assistance for charter schools. Authorizes a sponsor to require certain governing board members to reside in the school district. Provides for the designation of charter schools as highperforming if certain requirements are met. Requires that the Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability conduct a study comparing the funding of charter schools to the funding of public schools. Provides requirements for the study, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011 Current Committee of Reference: No Current Committee 4/27/2011 SENATE Placed on Third Reading 4/28/2011 SENATE Read Third Time; Passed (Vote: 31 Yeas / 8 Nays); Immediately Certified 4/28/2011 HOUSE In Messages Compare SB 1620 Relating to K-12 Educational Instruction (Flores) HB 7195 Relating to School Choice (K-20 Innovation Subcommittee) HB 7197 Relating to Digital Learning (K-20 Innovation Subcommittee) Bills relating to Education Priority/Importance/Position Reform Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

SB 1550

Relating to Education Savings Account Program Negron Education Savings Account Program; Specifies criteria for students who are eligible to participate in the program. Identifies certain students who may not participate in the program. Provides that a parent may direct a financial institution trustee of his or her child's account to use the funds for specified costs of attending a private school or participating in a dual enrollment program or to make a contribution to the child's college savings plan or a payment to a contract under the Stanley G. Tate Florida Prepaid College Program, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: upon becoming a law Current Committee of Reference: Higher Education

4/11/2011 4/14/2011 4/14/2011 Identical HB 1225

SENATE On Committee agenda - Education Pre-K - 12, 04/14/11, 9:15 am, 301 S SENATE Favorable by Education Pre-K - 12; 3 Yeas, 0 Nays SENATE Now in Higher Education Relating to Education Savings Account Program (Brandes)

Bills relating to Education Priority/Importance/Position Reform Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. SB 1620 Support.

Relating to K-12 Educational Instruction Flores K-12 Educational Instruction; Adds statewide virtual providers to the list of public school choices. Authorizes the creation of a virtual charter school. Requires the virtual charter school to contract with an approved statewide virtual provider. Provides for funding of the virtual charter school. Provides for a blended-learning charter school. Provides that home education students may enroll in certain virtual education courses or courses offered in the school district in which they reside, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: upon becoming a law Current Committee of Reference: Rules 4/26/2011 SENATE On Committee agenda - Rules, 04/26/11, 1:00 pm, 110 S 4/26/2011 SENATE Favorable with CS by Rules; 9 Yeas, 0 Nays 4/27/2011 SENATE Committee Substitute Text (C1) Filed Identical HB 7197 Relating to Digital Learning (K-20 Innovation Subcommittee) Bills relating to Education Priority/Importance/Position Reform Top Priority. / Importance not specified. / Public Comments No comments exist. Support.

SB 1822

Relating to School Choice

Benacquisto

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