• Senator Bradley’s bill relating to juvenile detention costs (SB 1532) is on the calendar for a hearing in Senate Community Affairs. The bill eliminates DJJ’s flawed prospective billing and annual reconciliation process and modifies counties’ cost-share responsibility to 50 percent of the actual cost of detention care for the prior fiscal year.   
  • HB 1151 (Rep. Hood), relating to public records, will be heard for the first time in House Government Operations.
  • Rep. Patronis’ bill on environmental regulation, HB 703, gets its second committee hearing in House Ag & Natural Resources.