Florida: Report on Legislative Committee Action on Wednesday 3/4/15
SB-290 PASSED by a Vote of 5-1 in the Senate Community Affairs Committee (Voting FOR the bill were Senators Simpson, Brandes, Abruzzo, Bradley, Dean. AGAINST the bill was Senator Geraldine Thompson). HB-493 PASSED by a Vote of 9-2 in the House Criminal Justice Committee (Voting FOR the bill were Representatives. Trujillo, Baxley, Fant, Harrell, Kerner, Latvala, Pilon, Plakon, Pritchett, Van Zant. AGAINST the bill were Representatives Bracy and Watson. HB-4023 PASSED by a Vote of 12-0 in the House Criminal Justice Committee (Voting FOR the bill were Representatives Trujillo, Baxley, Fant, Harrell, Kerner, Latvala, Pilon, Plakon, Pritchett, Van Zant, Bracy and Watson. AGAINST the bill -- none
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