S1716 GENERAL BILL/CS by Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations; Crist
(Compare 1ST ENG/H 5103, H 5113, CS/H 7085, CS/1ST ENG/S 1722,
CS/S 2298, 2ND ENG/S 2600, 1ST ENG/S 2602, S 2758)
Criminal Justice & Corrections Appropriations [WPSC]; Provides that the
act implements and administers the General Appropriations Act.
Authorizes the DOC to use certain appropriated funds to assist in
defraying the costs incurred by a county or a municipality to open or
operate certain facilities. Limits the compensation of health care
providers that do not have contracts to provide inmate medical services
with the department or private correctional facilities, etc. EFFECTIVE
DATE: 07/01/2009 except as otherwise provided.
02/18/09 SENATE Filed
02/26/09 SENATE Referred to Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations;
Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Policy & Steering
Committee on Ways and Means; Rules
03/03/09 SENATE Introduced, referred to Criminal and Civil Justice
Appropriations; Governmental Oversight and Accountability;
Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and Means; Rules
03/27/09 SENATE On Committee agenda-- Criminal and Civil Justice
Appropriations, 04/01/09, 9:00 am, 37-S
04/01/09 SENATE CS by Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations; YEAS 4
NAYS 0 -SJ 00292; CS read 1st time on 04/02/09 -SJ 00296
04/02/09 SENATE Pending reference review under Rule 4.7(2) - (Committee
04/06/09 SENATE Original reference(s) removed: Governmental Oversight and
Accountability; Rules; Now in Policy & Steering Committee on
Ways and Means -SJ 00325
05/02/09 SENATE Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died
in Committee on Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and
Means, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to CS/SB 1722 (Ch.
2009-63), SB 2600 (Ch. 2009-81), SB 2602 (Ch. 2009-82)
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