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2015 Florida Legislative Post-Session Report Released

Government Law & Consulting   |   July 2, 2015
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Carlton Fields’ Government Law and Consulting Practice Group released its 2015 Florida Legislative Post-Session Report detailing significant bills that passed during the 2016 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature.

Post Session Report

The Post-Session Report does not summarize every piece of legislation passed, nor is it meant to be an exhaustive analysis of the bills that are included. Rather, the goal is to provide a general overview of legislative actions that are likely to impact lawyers, government consultants, and their clients.

Unlike earlier years, as of this writing, all of the bills in this report have been reviewed by the Governor and have survived his veto authority (but see pages 109-112 for those that did not make it).

This report comes with an index by bill number at the end and by general category listed in the Table of Contents. It is also searchable by selecting CTRL-F, then your word or phrase for searching.

This report was compiled in substantial part using public records data from the Florida Senate and the Florida House of Representatives. Chapter Laws and effective dates for each have been added.

We hope you find this report informative and useful.

 











 


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