Capitol Connection
On Monday, March 14th, at 1:03 PM the 2022 Regular Legislative Session adjourned “Sine Die”. This marked the end of a legislative session that saw 3,735 bills and proposed committee bills filed which resulted in 285 bills passed. It also included the largest spending plan in Florida’s history with the fiscal year 2022-2023 budget coming in at $112.1 billion. 

For more information on the 2022 General Appropriations Act and conforming bills click here.

In addition, a budget summary from the Florida Senate can be found here.

Below you will find a list of enrolled substantive bills and appropriations highlights for each area of focus that was tracked by the Florida Alliance of Children’s Council & Trusts.

As we end the 2022 legislative session we would like to thank you for subscribing to Capitol Connection. Please be on the lookout for supplemental editions throughout the year as legislative events unfold.

Until next time!


The Florida Alliance of Children's Councils & Trusts
Healthy Development
Early Learning
Juvenile Justice
Child Protection
K-12 Education
Children With Disabilities
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