P 95: LOCAL GOVERNMENT, Regulation of commerce, trade, or labor
PROPOSAL by Tom Lee
LOCAL GOVERNMENT, Regulation of commerce, trade, or labor; a new Section 6 of Article VIII of the State Constitution and to renumber present section 6 of that article to limit the power of a county, municipality, or special district to regulate commerce, trade, or labor unless the regulation applies exclusively within the respective entity’s own boundaries in a manner not prohibited by law, and to specify that such regulation may not intrude upon or impede commerce, trade, or labor across the respective entity’s boundaries.
Location: Laid on Table
Proposal Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Action 11/7/2017 • Filed
11/27/2017 • Referred to Local Government; Legislative
1/19/2018 • On Committee agenda-- Local Government, 01/26/18, 9:00 am, 401 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida --Temporarily Postponed
1/26/2018 • On Committee agenda-- Local Government, 02/02/18, 9:00 am, 401 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida
• On Committee agenda-- Legislative, 02/02/18, 9:00 am, 37 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida --If Received
2/2/2018 • Unfavorable by Local Government, laid on Table; YEAS 0 NAYS 7
5/11/2018 • Died in Local Government
P 95, Original Filed Version (Current Proposal Version) Posted 11/7/2017 at 12:04 PM
Proposal Text: Web Page PDF Analyses: Local Government (Pre-Meeting) 1/24/2018 (pdf)
Legislative (Pre-Meeting) 2/1/2018 (pdf)
Committee Amendments (1)
Amendment Sponsor Filed Last Committee Action Format 506860 - Amendment
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Committee Votes (1)
Date Committee Result 2/2/2018 9:00 AM Local Government 0 Yeas - 7 Nays
Citations - Constitution (1)
Article Section Location in Proposal Location In Proposal Help Article VIII Section 6 Page 1 (pdf)
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