Here’s the full list of 111 bills signed by Gov. Rick Scott last week

Last week was a busy one for Florida Gov. Rick Scott: He signed 111 bills into law.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott (Getty Images)

Florida Gov. Rick Scott (Getty Images)

From a measure on medical marijuana for terminally ill patients to bills inspired by local tragedies, we have the full list here.

Nine bills signed into law Wednesday

SB 238, Medical Assistant Certification – This bill repeals a voluntary certification for medical assistants.

SB 242, An Infectious Disease Elimination Pilot Program – This bill establishes a pilot program at the University of Miami to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and other blood borne diseases.

SB 340, Vision Care Plans – This bill relates to health insurance requirements for ophthalmologists and optometrists.

SB 450, Physical Therapy – This bill relates to the licensure of physical therapists.

SB 590, Adoption – This bill allows judges to make adoption decisions based on the best interest of the child and makes other changes to adoption procedures.

SB 636, Rape Kits – This bill requires rape kits to be tested within a specified time frame.

SB 860, Foster Families – This bill designates the second week of February as “Foster Family Appreciation Week.”

SB 1174, Residential Facilities – This bill clarifies distance requirements for community residential homes.

SB 7020, A Review Under the Open Government Sunset Review – This bill reenacts an existing public records exemption relating to the Florida Health Choices Program.

34 bills signed into law Thursday

HB 93, Law Enforcement Officer Body Cameras – This bill requires law enforcement agencies to establish policies and procedures regarding the use of body cameras.

HB 231, Motor Vehicle Manufacturer Licenses – This bill relates to contracts between motor vehicle manufacturers and dealers.

HB 293, Public Records – This bill revises a public records exemption regarding certain juvenile criminal history records.

HB 303, Unlicensed Activity Fees – This bill relates to unlicensed activity fees at the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

HB 373, Mental Health Counseling Interns – This bill provides certain requirements for internship supervision at mental health institutions.

HB 387, Offenses Evidencing Prejudice – This bill revises an existing provision in Florida’s hate crime statutes for individuals with mental or physical disabilities.

HB 413, Title Insurance – This bill relates to title insurance companies.

HB 431, Fire Safety – This bill provides fire classifications for nonresidential farm buildings.

HB 549, Offenses Concerning Racketeering and Illegal Debts – This bill relates to the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act.

HB 561, Organizational Structure of the Department of Environmental Protection – This bill revises the organizational structure of the Department of Environmental Protection.

HB 633, Public Food Service Establishments – This bill exempts religious and other non-profit organizations from regulations when hosting certain charity events.

HB 701, Art in the Capitol Competition – This bill creates the “Art in the Capitol Competition” for Florida students.

HB 749, Agriculture – This bill relates to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Florida Greenbelt Law.

HB 773, Special Assessments on Agricultural Lands – This bill exempts agricultural lands from certain local assessments.

HB 783, Unclaimed Property – This bill revises several provisions in the Florida Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act.

HB 793, Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program – This bill allows students to defer their acceptance of Florida Bright Futures Scholarships until completion of religious or service obligations.

HB 819, Medicaid dental services — Bill requiring state to review Medicaid dental services and possibly change them in 2017.

HB 965, Fire Safety – This bill updates fire safety standards for assisted living facilities.

HB 967, Family Law – This bill creates the collaborative law process.

HB 971, Community Development Districts – This bill increases the size of certain Community Development Districts.

HB 1025, Public Records – This bill relates to public records and the state infrastructure bank program.

HB 1051, Anchoring Limitation Areas – This bill prohibits overnight anchoring of vessels in certain zones.

HB 1063, Public Records and Meetings – This bill creates a public records and meeting exemption for the Nurse Licensure Compact.

HB 1125, Eligibility for Employment as Child Care Personnel – The bill aligns requirements for child care facilities and providers with federal regulations.

HB 1133, Applicability of Revenue Laws to Out-of-State Businesses During Disaster-Response Periods – This bill exempts out-of-state businesses from certain requirements during disaster response.

HB 1149, Alternative Sanctioning – This bill allows alternative punishments for technical violations of probation.

HB 1181, Bad Faith Assertions of Patent Infringement – This bill relates to the Patent Troll Prevention Act.

HB 1219, Veterans’ Employment – This bill requires state agencies and authorizes local governments to implement a veterans’ employment recruitment plan.

HB 1245, Medicaid Provider Overpayments – This bill authorizes the Agency for Health Care Administration to certify certain payments.

HB 1333, Sexual Offenders – This bill increases registration requirements for sexual offenders and predators in compliance with the Adam Walsh Act.

HB 1347, Illicit Drugs – This bill expands the prohibition of synthetic drugs.

HB 4009, Slungshot – This bill makes it lawful to make, sell, and carry a concealed slungshot.

HB 7013, Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission – This bill revises certain penalties for fish and wildlife violations.

HB 7025, At-Risk Vessels – This bill authorizes the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to prohibit vessels that are at-risk of becoming derelict from occupying state waters.

68 bills signed into law Friday

SB 190, Conservation Easements – This bill removes certain application requirement relating to conservation easements.

SB 286, Merger and Acquisition Brokers – This bill relates to the Office of Financial Regulation and certain transfers of ownership.

SB 422, Health Insurance Coverage for Opioids – This bill allows doctors to prescribe “abuse deterrent” opioids.

SB 586, Responsibilities of Health Care Providers – This bill requires a hospital to notify physicians within a specified time frame upon the closing of their obstetrical department.

SB 624, Public Records – This bill provides a public records exemption relating to information technology (IT) security incidents or breaches.

SB 1046, Farm Vehicles – This bill revises certain requirements related to the transportation of agricultural products.

HB 183, Administrative Procedures – This bill makes certain revisions to the Florida Administrative Procedures Act.

HB 189, Teacher Certification – This bill assists STEM teachers with advanced degrees to obtain professional teaching certificates.

HB 195, A Special Election – This bill provides for a special election on August 30, 2016 to approve a constitutional amendment proposed in HB 193.

HB 229, Bullying and Harassment Policies in Schools – This bill requires school districts to review their bullying and harassment policies at least every three years.

HB 249, Culinary Education Programs – This bill relates to licensed culinary education programs obtaining alcoholic beverage licenses.

HB 277, A County and Municipality Homestead Tax Exemption – This bill creates an additional homestead exemption for certain low-income residents over the age of 65.

HB 299, Expressway Authorities – This bill revises membership of the Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority.

HB 307 & HB 1313, The Medical Use of Cannabis – This bill relates to the Office of Compassionate Use and allows for the use of cannabis for terminally ill patients in certain situations.

HB 347, Utility Projects – This bill provides an additional financing option for local government utility infrastructure projects.

HB 375, Physician Assistants – This bill clarifies the scope of practice for physician assistants.

HB 419, The Highlands Road and Bridge District, Pasco County – This bill closes the Highlands Road and Bridge District.

HB 427, Recreational Vessel Registration – This bill reduces registration fees for vessels which are equipped with certain safety features.

HB 439, Mental Health Services in the Criminal Justice System – This bill addresses mental health issues in the criminal justice system.

HB 481, The Columbia County Law Library – This bill closes the Columbia County Law Library.

HB 499, Ad Valorem Taxation – This bill makes various revisions to the Value Adjustment Board process.

HB 519, The Gilchrist County Development Authority – This bill closes the Gilchrist County Development Authority.

HB 535, Building Codes – This bill revises several provisions in the Florida Building Code.

HB 589, Environmental Control – This bill modifies several areas regulated by the Department of Environmental Protection.

HB 627, Community Contribution Tax Credits – This bill expands the contributions that qualify for a tax credit or tax refund.

HB 649, The Eagle Bay Sub-Drainage District, Okeechobee County – This bill closes the Eagle Bay Sub-Drainage District.

HB 651, The Department of Financial Services – This bill makes various revisions relating to the Department of Financial Services.

HB 655, The City of Jacksonville, Duval County – This bill revises alcoholic beverage license requirements for certain Jacksonville restaurants.

HB 659, Automobile Insurance – This bill revises various provisions in the automobile insurance law.

HB 703, Vessels – This bill modifies regulations for operation of a vessel and creates a safety inspection decal program.

HB 709, The City of Tallahassee, Leon County – This bill authorizes the issuance of temporary permits to sell alcohol at outdoor events in Tallahassee.

HB 769, Mental Health Treatment – This bill allows for the continuation of certain medication for individuals undergoing mental health evaluation and treatment.

HB 785, St. Lucie County Fire District, St. Lucie County – This bill relates to the operations of the St. Lucie County Fire District.

HB 799, Out-Of-State Fee Waivers for Active Duty Service Members – This bill allows active duty military members serving abroad to pay in-state tuition and fees.

HB 837, Education Programs for Individuals with Disabilities – This bill allows foster children to be eligible for the McKay Scholarship Program.

HB 845, The Bay County Bridge Authority, Bay County – This bill dissolves the Bay County Bridge Authority.

HB 847, Pasco County – This bill repeals certain provisions regarding wastewater treatment in Pasco County.

HB 871, Broward County – This bill shifts requirements to post and maintain water markers in waterways from Broward County to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

HB 891, The Northwest Florida Community Hospital Board of Trustees, Washington County – This bill dissolves the Northwest Florida Community Hospital District.

HB 895, The West Manatee Fire and Rescue District, Manatee County – This bill revises membership provisions in the West Manatee Fire and Rescue District.

HB 911, The City of Delray Beach, Palm Beach County – This bill repeals City of Delray Beach’s civil service special act.

HB 1033, Information Technology Security – This bill relates to the Agency for State Technology and cybersecurity policies for state agencies.

HB 1039, The Babcock Ranch Community Independent Special District, Charlotte and Lee Counties – This bill expands the boundaries of the Babcock Ranch Community in Lee County.

HB 1061, The Nurse Licensure Compact – This bill authorizes Florida to enter into the Nurse Licensure Compact.

HB 1071, The South Broward Hospital District, Broward County – This bill makes revisions to the South Broward Hospital District charter.

HB 1081, The North Sumter County Hospital District, Sumter County – This bill dissolves the North Sumter County Hospital District.

HB 1083, The Agency for Persons with Disabilities – This bill relates to the Agency for Persons with Disabilities Home and the Community Based Medicaid Waiver Program.

HB 1147, Character-Development Instruction – This bill requires certain revisions to high school character development programs.

HB 1157, Postsecondary Education for Veterans – This bill provides additional options for veterans and service members to earn college credit.

HB 1205, Fumigation – This bill directs DACS to adopt guidelines for fumigation registration.

HB 1221, Barron Water Control District, Glades and Hendry Counties – This bill removes the repeal date from the Barron Water Control District charter.

HB 1233, Federal Home Loan Banks – This bill relates to the Office of Financial Regulation and Federal Home Loan Banks.

HB 1241, The Ordering of Medication – This bill allows nurse practitioners and physician assistants to order controlled substances under specific circumstances.

HB 1265, The Greater Naples Fire Rescue District, Collier County – This bill expands district boundaries in the Greater Naples Fire Rescue District, if approved by the voters in a referendum.

HB 1267, The Greater Naples Fire Rescue District, Collier County – This bill expands district boundaries in the Greater Naples Fire Rescue District, if approved by the voters in a referendum.

HB 1297, Discretionary Sales Surtaxes – This bill allows a county with underfunded pension plans to levy a pension liability surtax upon termination of the local government infrastructure surtax, if approved by the voters in a referendum.

HB 1335, Long-Term Care Managed Care Prioritization – This bill relates to home and community based services administered by Department of Elder Affairs.

HB 1339, The City of Webster, Sumter County – This bill updates the charter for the City of Webster.

HB 1361, Growth Management – This bill makes various changes to the state’s growth management program.

HB 1365, The Competency-Based Education Pilot Program – This bill creates the Competency-Based Education Pilot Program.

HB 1411, Termination of Pregnancies – This bill revises regulations for licensed abortion clinics.

HB 1417, Hillsborough County – This bill revises alcoholic beverage license requirements for Hillsborough County establishments.

HB 1433, Martin County – This bill revises alcoholic beverage license requirements for Martin County establishments.

HB 3509, The Relief of Susana Castillo, as Personal Representative of the Estate of Andrea Castillo – This bill directs the City of Hialeah to pay the settled amount to Susana Castillo as compensation for the death of Andrea Castillo.

HB 3515, The Relief of Q.B. by the Palm Beach County School Board – This bill directs the Palm Beach County School Board to pay the settled amount to a special needs trust and purchase an annuity for the benefit of Q.B. as compensation for injuries and damages she sustained.

HB 3517, The Relief of Rafael Zaldivar and Kyoko Zaldivar, parents of Alex Zaldivar, Deceased, Individually and as Co-Personal Representatives of the Estate of Alex Zaldivar, and Brienna Campos and Remington Campos by Orange County – This bill directs Orange County to pay the settled amount to the estate of Alex Zaldivar, Brienna Campos, and Remington Campos as compensation for injuries and damages they sustained.

HB 3525, The Relief of Melvin and Alma Colindres by the City of Miami – This bill directs the City of Miami to pay the settled amount to Melvin and Alma Colindres as compensation for the death of Kevin Colindres.

HB 7071, Public Corruption – This bill strengthens Florida’s anti-public corruption laws.

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