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Senate 2582: Relating to Traffic Regulations To Assist Blind Persons [CPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2582    GENERAL BILL by Siplin
Traffic Regulations To Assist Blind Persons [CPSC]; Increases the
penalty imposed against an unauthorized person who carries a raised
white cane on a public roadway. Increases the penalty imposed for
failing to stop and yield to a blind person attempting to cross a
roadway. Reenacts a specified provision relating to the disposition of
civil penalties, to incorporate the amendment made by this act to s.
318.18, F.S., in a reference thereto. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
02/26/10 SENATE Filed
03/09/10 SENATE Referred to Transportation; Criminal Justice; Education Pre-K
                  - 12 Appropriations -SJ 00220
03/11/10 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00220
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Transportation


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S 2582 02/26/2010 Web Page | PDF

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0316.1301
0318.18
0318.21


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