2020 Legislative Session | Week 10
Florida's 2020 Legislative Session Adjourned as of Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 1:49 PM!
On Thursday the legislature adjourned "sine die". Bills are currently awaiting the signature of the Governor. If a bill is presented to the Governor during Legislative Session, he has 7 days to sign or veto the bill, and if a bill is presented after sine die has adjourned, the Governor has 15 days to sign or veto the bill.

This issue will provide an overall look of bills filed during session and a full analysis will be published once the Governor has reviewed and signed the $93.2 billion budget (GAA HB 5001).

Currently, the 2020 regular session included:
  • 3,578 Bills and Proposed Committee Bills filed
  • 2,596 Amendments filed
  • 4,223 Votes Taken
  • 40 Floor Sessions
  • 210 Bills passed both chambers
  • 9 bills already approved by the Governor
  • 201 bills still pending Governor's review
2020 Census
The goal of the 2020 Census is to count everyone residing on U.S territory once. The census numbers determine the formula for how much individual communities will receive of the $800 billion + available in federal resources.  Historically, young children are the most frequently missed or under reported age group in the census process. This limits how much states and communities receive to serve children and families. We need your help, as advocates for children, to work with providers and families to encourage them to respond to the census in a timely manner online, by phone or by mail. A complete and correct count in Florida’s communities help young children thrive because communities will receive their fair share to support programs, such as health insurance, hospitals, child care, food assistance, schools, and early childhood development.

We urge you to help us spread the word to please complete the 2020 Census at http://2020census.gov/

The Census is safe, it's easy, it's important!
For more information, please contact
Donovan Lee-Sin, Chief Public Policy & Engagement Officer at