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2016 Session Bill Statistics
Below are links to Bill Statistics Pages provided by The Florida Senate / Division of Law Revision:
Statistics - Statistical breakdown of all bills by bill number, bill type, and actions.
Passed Bill Report
- Lists all bills that have passed one or both chambers, and the
Governor's action. The report also includes resolutions, concurrent
resolutions, joint resolutions, and memorials.
Senate Passed Bill Report
House Passed Bill Report
In Messages - Lists all bills in First Time and
Returning Messages between the chambers. Messages are communications
from one chamber to the other chamber concerning action taken on a
Bills in House Messages (from Senate to House)
Bills in Senate Messages (from House to Senate)
Chapter Numbers and Effective Dates - Bills approved by the Governor become effective on date approved, unless another date is specified in the bill. If approved after the date specified or if no effective date is specified in the bill, the effective date is 60 days after sine die.
Subject Index - A listing by subject of all bills. The heading "Popular Names" is particularly useful for locating bills that are referred to by nicknames, key words, or phrases. Entries in the subject index reflect provisions in all versions of legislation (original bills, committee substitutes, engrossed bills). Some provisions may have been amended out in a later version.
Statute/Constitution Citations - Florida Statute citations by chapter and section number and Florida Constitution citations by article and section number for all bills. Citator entries reflect statute citations in all versions of legislation (original bills, committee substitutes, engrossed bills). Chapter number or "vetoed" notation indicates passage. Some citations may have been amended out in a later version.
Governor's Action Report - Lists bills that have passed both chambers, along with the Governor's action or the deadline date by which the Governor must act on the bill.
House Sponsors Report - Bills sponsored by committee or legislative member.
You can also visit the Enrolled Bills page on LobbyTools as bills begin to pass both chambers and are presented to the Governor.
Pursuant to Article III, section 8, of the Florida Constitution, "Every bill passed by the legislature shall be presented to the governor for approval and shall become a law if the governor approves and signs it, or fails to veto it within seven consecutive days after presentation. If during that period or on the seventh day the legislature adjourns sine die or takes a recess of more than thirty days, the governor shall have fifteen consecutive days from the date of presentation to act on the bill."