Last Week of Session Requires Close Monitoring of Amendments (FL)

As I mentioned in my last Blog Post, one of the things that happens during the last few weeks of session is that legislative “trains” are formed, which allows bills and issues that have stalled to remain “alive.” It is critically important during the last days of session to watch amendments that are filed because this is a way for legislators to get their issues passed, even if it means amending completely unrelated bills.


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