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HB 1319 The bill will not be heard in any committees

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Thank you for contacting us to express your thoughts on House Bill 1319, sponsored by Rep. Grady. The bill will not be heard in any committees this session, and therefore cannot advance any farther in the legislative process. Please let me know if you have any questions regarding other legislation.

Sincerely,

Jesse Allan Adams

Special Assistant

Rep. Tom Grady, District 76

Naples: (239) 417-6200

Tallahassee: (850) 488-4487

Fax: (239) 417-6204

  • theresarestuccia

    Great work in controling the future of goverment spending if the retirement percent was lower then high paided workers would work longer causeing higher expense to goverment

  • theresarestuccia

    Great work in controling the future of goverment spending if the retirement percent was lower then high paided workers would work longer causeing higher expense to goverment

  • http://www.uff-fau.org/?p=2925 dl

    We're not out of the woods just yet. Check out the following website

  • http://www.uff-fau.org/?p=2925 dl

    We're not out of the woods just yet. Check out the following website

  • dl

    We're not out of the woods yet:

    Website: http://www.uff-fau.org/?p=2925

  • dl

    We're not out of the woods yet:

    Website: http://www.uff-fau.org/?p=2925

  • neillklein

    If this is true, it provides much relief, at lest for now

  • neillklein

    If this is true, it provides much relief, at lest for now

  • baxterrenn

    Thanks for keeping us informed! We learned plenty during this process and are now looking to transferring our money into the investment plan when my wife retires next year. Any thought of leaving it where it is and giving it back to the state if we should both die is ludicrous. We want the money my wife has earned to go to our daughter.

  • baxterrenn

    Thanks for keeping us informed! We learned plenty during this process and are now looking to transferring our money into the investment plan when my wife retires next year. Any thought of leaving it where it is and giving it back to the state if we should both die is ludicrous. We want the money my wife has earned to go to our daughter.

  • Anita

    Oh but there are several things still pending SB 2022 requiring state employee contributions to the FRS next fiscal year made it out of committee and HB 5701 which eliminates health insurance subsidies for FRS participants is coming up for a floor vote this Wednesday

  • Anita

    Oh but there are several things still pending SB 2022 requiring state employee contributions to the FRS next fiscal year made it out of committee and HB 5701 which eliminates health insurance subsidies for FRS participants is coming up for a floor vote this Wednesday

  • Michelle Davis Hines

    Thank you FRS for your support for the hardworking government employees throughout South Florida who deserve the DROP option . It is abhortant that the Republican Legislature who has give millions of dollars in tax breaks to the rich would try to rob employees of a fair pension plan. Do not balance the budget on the backs of the working class. All citizens in the state of Florida deserved to be treated fairly House Bill 1319.

  • Michelle Davis Hines

    Thank you FRS for your support for the hardworking government employees throughout South Florida who deserve the DROP option . It is abhortant that the Republican Legislature who has give millions of dollars in tax breaks to the rich would try to rob employees of a fair pension plan. Do not balance the budget on the backs of the working class. All citizens in the state of Florida deserved to be treated fairly House Bill 1319.

  • JIm

    Here is what is causing our problems, the greedy few who have exploited a retirement system intended for school bus drivers, deputies, correction officers and others that dont make $100,000 per year.

    http://www.sptimes.com/2008/02/23/State/State_r

  • JIm

    Here is what is causing our problems, the greedy few who have exploited a retirement system intended for school bus drivers, deputies, correction officers and others that dont make $100,000 per year.

    http://www.sptimes.com/2008/02/23/State/State_r

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