Florida Senate - 2011 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for SB 1228 Barcode 384132 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House Comm: RCS . 03/24/2011 . . . . ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— The Committee on Military Affairs, Space, and Domestic Security (Altman) recommended the following: 1 Senate Amendment (with title amendment) 2 3 Delete lines 38 - 62 4 and insert: 5 6 regulated by this chapter; 7 5. Proof that the applicant’s spouse is assigned to a duty 8 station in this state pursuant to the member’s official active 9 duty military orders; and 10 6. Proof that the applicant would otherwise be entitled to 11 full licensure under the appropriate practice act, and is 12 eligible to take the respective licensure examination as 13 required in Florida. 14 (b) The applicant must also submit to the Department of Law 15 Enforcement a complete set of fingerprints. The Department of 16 Law Enforcement shall conduct a statewide criminal history check 17 and forward the fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of 18 Investigation for a national criminal history check. 19 (c) Each board, or the department if there is no board, 20 shall review the results of the state and federal criminal 21 history checks according to the level 2 screening standards in 22 s. 435.04 when granting an exemption and when granting or 23 denying the temporary license. 24 (d) The applicant shall pay the cost of fingerprint 25 processing. If the fingerprints are submitted through an 26 authorized agency or vendor, the agency or vendor shall collect 27 the required processing fees and remit the fees to the 28 Department of Law Enforcement. 29 (e) The department shall set an application fee, which may 30 not exceed the cost of issuing the license. 31 (f) A temporary license expires 6 months after the date of 32 issuance and is not renewable. 33 (g) An applicant for a temporary license under this 34 subsection is subject to the requirements under s. 456.013(3)(a) 35 and (c). 36 (h) An applicant shall be deemed ineligible for a temporary 37 license pursuant to this section if the applicant: 38 1. Has been convicted of or pled nolo contendere to, 39 regardless of adjudication, any felony or misdemeanor related to 40 the practice of a health care profession; 41 2. Has had a health care provider license revoked or 42 suspended from another of the United States, the District of 43 Colombia, or a United States Territory; 44 3. Has been reported to the National Practitioner Data 45 Bank, unless the applicant has successfully appealed to have his 46 or her name removed from the data bank; or 47 4. Has previously failed the Florida examination required 48 to receive a license to practice the profession for which the 49 applicant is seeking a license. 50 (i) The board, or department if there is no board, may 51 revoke a temporary license upon finding that the individual 52 violated the profession’s governing practice act. 53 54 ================= T I T L E A M E N D M E N T ================ 55 And the title is amended as follows: 56 Delete line 11 57 and insert: 58 certain general licensing requirements; providing that 59 certain persons are ineligible for such license; 60 providing for revocation of such license; amending ss.