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Best Practices to Monitor Bills Enrolled, Presented to & Acted upon by the Governor
Session is over -- now it's the Governor's turn to act on bills. LobbyTools can help you keep track of what happens to the bills you care about after the legislature finishes their action.
2014 Enrolled Bills [PDF] - A report listing all 264 bills that passed during the 2014 Session.
The Rule: Pursuant to Article III, section 8, of the Florida Constitution, "Every bill passed by the legislature shall be presented to the governor for approval and shall become a law if the governor approves and signs it, or fails to veto it within seven consecutive days after presentation. If during that period or on the seventh day the legislature adjourns sine die or takes a recess of more than thirty days, the governor shall have fifteen consecutive days from the date of presentation to act on the bill."