Florida Senate - 2019                          SENATOR AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for CS for CS for SB 168
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              

       Senator Gruters moved the following:
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete lines 229 - 244
    4  and insert:
    5         (1)Any executive or administrative state, county, or
    6  municipal officer who violates his or her duties under this
    7  chapter may be subject to action by the Governor in the exercise
    8  of his or her authority under the State Constitution and state
    9  law. Pursuant to s. 1(b), Art. IV of the State Constitution, the
   10  Governor may initiate judicial proceedings in the name of the
   11  state against such officers to enforce compliance with any duty
   12  under this chapter or restrain any unauthorized act contrary to
   13  this chapter.
   14         (2)In addition, the Attorney General may file suit against
   15  a local governmental entity or local law enforcement agency in a
   16  court of competent jurisdiction for declaratory or injunctive
   17  relief for a violation of this chapter.
   18         (3)If a local governmental entity or local law enforcement
   19  agency violates this chapter, the court must enjoin the unlawful
   20  sanctuary policy. The court has continuing jurisdiction over the
   21  parties and subject matter and may enforce its orders with the
   22  initiation of contempt proceedings as provided by law.
   23         (4)An order approving a consent decree or granting an
   24  injunction must include written findings of fact that describe
   25  with specificity the existence and nature of the sanctuary
   26  policy that violates this chapter.
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   29  And the title is amended as follows:
   30         Delete line 25
   31  and insert:
   32         providing for enforcement; providing for declaratory
   33         or injunctive relief; requiring a court to enjoin
   34         unlawful sanctuary policies; requiring written
   35         findings of fact under certain circumstances;
   36         providing for