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AARP Florida notifies legislators of bills to be tracked

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Tallahassee, Fla. -- To help educate older Floridians on how your state legislators are voting, AARP Florida will be working in 2013 to make information on lawmakers’ votes easier and quicker to find.  AARP will be tracking votes on key issues including a ban on texting while driving, curbing annuities fraud, cracking down utility companies' extra fees for nuclear power plants that may never be built, and expanding affordable health-care coverage to uninsured Floridians of modest means.

During the legislative session, AARP will alert legislators that certain proposals will be considered key votes for the purposes of the voting-record project. Because issues sometimes change or are defeated in legislative committees, AARP may track the action in committees and on the floor of each legislative chamber.

Legislation to be tracked includes these bills.  Additional bills will be added durign the 2013 legislative session:
Bills for Voting Records by Date of Notice

Feb. 4, 2013

SB 316 by Senator Detert, re: Tax on Sales, Use, and Other Transactions

SB 166 by Senator Richter, re: Annuities

SB 50 by Senator Negron, re: Public Meetings

SB 52 by Senator Detert, re:  Use of Wireless Communication Devices While Driving
SB 646 by Senate Children, Families, and Elder Affairs, re:  Assisted Living   
            Facilities

HB 167 by Representative Broxson, re: Annuities

HB 7013 by House Ethics & Elections Subcommittee, Boyd, re:  Florida Election
 Code


 HB 13 by Representative Holder, re:  Use of Wireless Communications Devices
 While Driving

March 4, 2013

SB 600 by Senator Latvala, re:  Elections

March 7, 2013 (Revised notice from 3/5/13)

HB 869 by Representative Hager, re: Nursing Home Litigation
SB 794 by Senator Brandes, re: Medicaid Eligibility
HB 23 by Representative Rodrigues, re: Public Meetings

March 13, 2013

HB 253 by Representative Passidomo, re:  Protection of Vulnerable Persons
HB 601 by Representative Hudson, re: Department of Elderly Affairs

March 18, 2013

SB 1222 by Senator Richter, re: Protection of Vulnerable Persons
HB 1015 by Representative Roberson, re: State Ombudsman Program

March 19, 2013

HB 1319 by Representative Gonzalez, re: Assisted Living Facilities
HB 1323 by Representative Nunez, re: Medicaid Eligibility

 

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