Florida House Bill 7013 (2013)

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Florida House Bill 7013 (2013)
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Legislature:Florida Legislature
Text:HB 7013
Sponsor(s):Rep. Jim Boyd (R-71) & Rep. Daphne Campbell (D-108)
Legislative History
Introduced:February 13, 2013
State house:March 5, 2013
State senate:April 24, 2013
Governor:Rick Scott
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing ballot measures in Florida
Code:Florida State Statutes

Florida House Bill 7013, which passed, was introduced by its primary sponsor Representative Jim Boyd (R-71) on February 13, 2013, and approved in the House with only one dissenter. The Senate approved the bill with a 22-18 vote.[1]

Provisions

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures website, Florida House Bill 7013:

Provides that if a joint resolution that proposes a constitutional amendment or revision contains only one ballot statement, the ballot summary may not exceed 75 words in length. If a joint resolution that proposes a constitutional amendment or revision contains more than one ballot statement, the first ballot summary, in order of priority, may not exceed 75 words in length.[2][3]

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