HB 861: Biomedical Research Programs
GENERAL BILL by Coley ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Brisé ; Bullard ; Culp ; Domino ; Flores ; Garcia, L. ; Jenne ; Planas ; Rehwinkel Vasilinda ; Schultz ; Snyder ; Soto
Biomedical Research Programs; Deletes provisions requiring that James & Esther King Biomedical Research Program be funded by proceeds from Lawton Chiles Endowment Fund; increases funding available to Florida Center for Universal Research to Eradicate Disease; revises purpose of William G. "Bill" Bankhead, Jr., & David Coley Cancer Research Program; creates Cancer Control Collaborative Program within DOH.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 House - Died in Committee on Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC), companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 889 (Ch. 2010-34), HB 5311 (Ch. 2010-161)
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• Referred to Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC); Health Care Appropriations (CGHC); Health & Family Services Policy Council
• Introduced, referred to Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC); Health Care Appropriations (CGHC); Health & Family Services Policy Council -HJ 00078
• Died in Committee on Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC), companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 889 (Ch. 2010-34), HB 5311 (Ch. 2010-161)
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