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2011 Florida Legislature Post-Session Report

The Government Law and Consulting Practice Group at Carlton Fields is pleased to announce the release of its 2011 Florida Legislature Post-Session Report. The report details significant bills that passed during the recently adjourned 2011 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature. The report is categorized by subject, but there may be amendments to a bill of another subject which could affect the area in which you are interested. Also, please note that at the time this material was prepared, the Governor had not yet completed his gubernatorial review resulting in the veto of some bills that passed, so please check with us or at to make sure whether legislation of interest to you has not been vetoed.

Members of the firm's Government Law and Consulting Practice Group were heavily involved in the activities of the 2011 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature. Carlton Fields' Senior Government Consultant Rheb Harbison, Shareholder Nancy Linnan, and Legislative Administrative Assistant Brian Kemp compiled the 2011 Florida Legislature Post-Session Report. Shareholder Marti Chumbler was also involved in the activities of the 2011 Legislative Session.

Please consult the firm's Government Law and Consulting Practice Group members on the status of any particular bill. If you would like to receive a copy of the 2011 Florida Legislature Report on CD, please send an email to [email protected].
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