SB 1648: Public Records and Meetings
GENERAL BILL by Governmental Oversight and Accountability
Public Records and Meetings; Revising the general state policy on public records; providing that public records requests need not be in writing unless otherwise required by law; revising contract requirements between a public agency and a contractor; requiring each agency to provide training on the requirements of ch. 119, F.S.; specifying a reasonable cost of enforcement; providing that a party filing an action against certain agencies is not required to serve a copy of a pleading claiming attorney fees on the Department of Financial Services, etc.
- Appropriations (AP)
• SPB 7064 submitted as a committee bill (SB 1648) by Governmental Oversight and Accountability
• Referred to Appropriations -SJ 238
• On Committee agenda-- Appropriations, 03/13/14, 1:00 pm, 412 Knott Building
• Introduced -SJ 238
• Favorable by- Appropriations; YEAS 18 NAYS 0 -SJ 241
• Placed on Calendar, on 2nd reading -SJ 241
• Placed on Special Order Calendar, 03/20/14
• Read 2nd time -SJ 290
• Placed on 3rd reading
• Read 3rd time -SJ 327
• Passed; YEAS 39 NAYS 0 -SJ 328
• In Messages
• Died in Messages
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