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HCR 0173 2004
   
1 House Concurrent Resolution
2          A concurrent resolution renumbering current Joint Rule 8
3    and creating a new Joint Rule 8 of the Joint Rules of the
4    Legislature relating to duties of the Joint Legislative
5    Sales and Use Tax Exemption and Exclusion Review
6    Committee.
7         
8          Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
9    Florida, the Senate Concurring:
10         
11          That current Joint Rule 8 of the Joint Rules of the
12    Legislature is renumbered as Joint Rule 9 and a new Joint Rule 8
13    is created to read:
14         
15 JOINT RULE EIGHT
16 JOINT LEGISLATIVE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION
17 AND EXCLUSION REVIEW COMMITTEE
18         
19          8.1--Filing and Introduction of Committee Bills
20          At the regular session following submission of each annual
21    report to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the
22    House of Representatives recommending the retention,
23    modification, or repeal of exemptions from the general state
24    sales and use tax or the imposition of such taxation on sales of
25    services, the Joint Legislative Sales and Use Tax Exemption and
26    Exclusion Review Committee must file for introduction in both
27    houses of the Legislature bills presenting for retention,
28    modification, or repeal those exemptions from the general state
29    sales and use tax or imposition of such taxation on the sales of
30    those services that were subject to the review and
31    recommendations of the committee in the report submitted
32    immediately prior to the session in which introduced. Each bill
33    filed by the committee must be restricted to a single exemption
34    from the general state sales and use tax or to the imposition of
35    such taxation on a single service and must be submitted to a
36    vote of the members of the house of the Legislature in which
37    introduced no later than the eighth week of the session in which
38    introduced, unless the substance of the bill has already been
39    voted on by the members of the other house of the Legislature in
40    another bill during that session and either passed or defeated.
41    In addition, each bill filed by the committee that receives a
42    majority vote in the house of the Legislature in which
43    introduced must be submitted to a vote of the members of the
44    other house of the Legislature during that session, unless the
45    substance of the bill has already been voted on by the members
46    of the other house of the Legislature in another bill during
47    that session and either passed or defeated.
48         
49          8.2--Meetings to Consider Proposed Bills; Notice
50          The committee may hold meetings to consider bills proposed
51    by the committee under this rule. Not less than 7 days prior to
52    a meeting of the committee to consider its proposed bills, a
53    notice of the meeting, stating the proposed bills to be
54    considered and the date, time, and place of the meeting, shall
55    be filed with the Secretary of the Senate when the chair is a
56    Senator or with the Clerk of the House of Representatives when
57    the chair is a Representative. The Secretary or the Clerk shall
58    distribute notice to the Legislature and the public, consistent
59    with the rules and policies of their respective houses.
60         
61          8.3--Proceedings Governing Consideration of Proposed Bills
62          All proceedings of the committee at which a proposed bill
63    of the committee is considered shall be governed by the rules of
64    the Senate when the chair is a Senator and by the rules of the
65    House of Representatives when the chair is a Representative,
66    except as otherwise provided in this rule.
67         
68 JOINT RULE NINE EIGHT
69 CONTINUING EXISTENCE OF JOINT RULES
70         
71          9.1 8.1--Continuing Existence of Joint Rules
72          All joint rules adopted by concurrent resolution, and
73    amendments thereto, shall continue in effect from session to
74    session or Legislature to Legislature until repealed by
75    concurrent resolution.
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