SB 60: Relief of Champion by Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
CLAIM/GENERAL by Abruzzo
Relief of Champion by Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Providing for the relief of Robert Champion, Sr., and Pam Champion by Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; providing an appropriation to compensate Robert Champion, Sr., and Pam Champion, individually and as personal representatives of the Estate of Robert Champion, Jr., for the wrongful death of their son, Robert Champion, Jr., due to the negligence of Florida A & M University; providing a limitation on the payment of fees and costs; providing that the appropriation settles all present and future claims related to the wrongful death of Robert Champion, Jr., etc. CLAIM WITH APPROPRIATION: Indeterminate
Last Action: 10/27/2015 Senate - Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 9
Location: Withdrawn from consideration
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Special Master on Claim Bills; Judiciary; Appropriations Subcommittee on Education; Appropriations
• Withdrawn from Special Master on Claim Bills; Judiciary; Appropriations Subcommittee on Education; Appropriations
• Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 9
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