SB 2378: Cancer Research & Treatment Act
GENERAL BILL by Fasano ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Smith ; King ; Rich ; Dockery ; Wise ; Crist
Cancer Research & Treatment Act; (THIS BILL COMBINED IN CS/1872 & 2378) deletes obsolete provision directing deposit & payment of cigarette tax funds; provides for deposit of portion of cigarette tax funds into Cancer Research & Treatment TF for certain uses by Fla. Cancer Council; requires council to use cigarette tax collection distributions; specifies allocations of certain funds in said TF; requires Governor & Cabinet approval for capital const. projects, etc. Amends FS. APPROPRIATION: $250,000,000.
Last Action: 3/30/2005 Senate - CS combines this bill with SB 1872; CS by Health Care; YEAS 10 NAYS 0 -SJ 00325; Original bill laid on Table, refer to combined CS/CS/SB 1872 (Died in House Committee on Health Care)
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• Introduced, referred to Health Care; Health and Human Services Appropriations -SJ 00257
• On Committee agenda-- Health Care, 03/30/05, 2:00 pm, 412-K
• CS combines this bill with SB 1872; CS by Health Care; YEAS 10 NAYS 0 -SJ 00325; Original bill laid on Table, refer to combined CS/CS/SB 1872 (Died in House Committee on Health Care)
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