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House 1553: Relating to Basic Rights ------------------------------------------------------------------

H1553    JOINT RESOLUTION by Rader; (CO-SPONSORS) Robaina; Y. Roberson
(Identical S 0084)
Basic Rights; Proposes amendment to s. 2, Art. I of State Constitution
to eliminate authority granted to Legislature by constitutional
amendment that at time of adoption in 1926 allowed Legislature to
regulate or eliminate real property rights of individuals based on race
or national origin, so that, as amended, Florida Constitution will state
that all natural persons are equal before law, etc.
03/01/10 HOUSE Filed
03/02/10 HOUSE Introduced -HJ 00141
03/10/10 HOUSE Referred to Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council; Rules
                  and Calendar Council -HJ 00258
04/08/10 HOUSE On Council agenda-- Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council,
                  04/12/10, 1:00 pm, 404-H
04/12/10 HOUSE Favorable by Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council;
                  YEAS 13 NAYS 0 -HJ 00676; Now in Rules and Calendar
                  Council -HJ 00676
04/30/10 HOUSE Died in Rules and Calendar Council


Bills
Version: Posted: Format:
H 1553 03/01/2010 Web Page | PDF

Amendments
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Bill Analyses
Analysis: Sponsor Posted: Format:
h 1553 Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council 04/09/2010 PDF
h 1553a Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council 04/12/2010 PDF

Vote History
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Citations - Statute


NO STATUTE CITATIONS FOUND FOR HOUSE BILL 1553.


Citations - Constitution




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