Florida Gov. Rick Scott has added another batch of bills to the total number he’s signed into law this year.
Wednesday, Scott signed 14 measures, including several related to public records and one establishing a framework for public-private partnerships.
Last week, he signed 111 bills into law, including several inspired by tragedies in Palm Beach County.
Here’s the full list of bills signed Wednesday by Scott:
SB 124, Public-Private Partnerships – This bill establishes a uniform framework for the establishment of public-private partnerships.
SB 126, Public Records and Public Meetings – This bill creates a public records and public meetings exemption for unsolicited proposals for public-private partnership projects.
SB 194, Redevelopment Trust Fund – This bill exempts hospital districts from contributing to community redevelopment agencies created on or after July 1, 2016.
SB 436, The Crime of Making Threats of Terror or Violence – This bill creates penalties for specified threats of violence.
SB 514, Supervisor of Elections Salaries – This bill revises the local formula for the salaries of the Florida Supervisors of Elections.
SB 580, Reimbursement to Health Access Settings for Dental Hygiene Services for Children – This bill clarifies that dental hygienists may receive Medicaid reimbursement for providing children’s dental services.
SB 592, Public Records – This bill exempts from public records the personal identification information of emergency medical technicians, paramedics, and Department of Financial Services’ investigative personnel.
SB 626, Consumer Credit – This bill authorizes the Office of Financial Regulation to take action against a person who violates the Military Lending Act.
SB 628, Fees for Records – This bill allows the Agency for Persons with Disabilities to pay a reduced fee for background screenings from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
SB 708, The Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys – This bill authorizes the Department of State to reimburse families up to $7,500 in funeral expenses for remains recovered from the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys.
SB 752, Public Records – This bill creates a public records exemption for certain personal identifying information of a current or former employee of an agency’s office of inspector general or internal audit department.
SB 754, Public Records – This bill creates a public records exemption for certain civil and criminal investigative information held by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
SB 772, Regulated Service Providers – This bill reduces fees and modifies provisions in several areas regulated by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
SB 908, Organization of the Department of Financial Services – This bill revises provisions relating to the organization of the Department of Financial Services.