Legislative Session Updates
2018 Legislative Session Updates
This week brought a great victory for FJA members when the Declaration of Rights Committee of the Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) by a one-vote margin defeated a proposal that would have effectively gutted the state’s Patient’s Right to Know About Adverse Medical Incidents in the Constitution...read more.
Week three of the 2018 Legislative session proved to be an incredibly busy one in the Capitol, with several bills of interest receiving action favorable to Florida’s consumers. The conclusion of the week marks the 1/3 point of the session...read more.
The week began with the Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee supporting legislation to allow first responders to receive workers’ compensation benefits when they suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other mental health conditions...read more.
The wait is over. The 2018 Legislative Session has begun. After hard work during interim committee meetings, we’ve come to the end of the first week of the session with a number of our proactive bills moving...read more.
2017 Legislative Session Updates
The pre-session interim committee meetings are over. Florida lawmakers have returned home to celebrate the holidays and prepare for the 2018 Legislative Session, which begins on Jan. 9th and runs through March 9th...read more.