CS/SB 1870: Pawnbroking/Local Ordinances/Fees
GENERAL BILL by Community Affairs ; Baker
Pawnbroking/Local Ordinances/Fees; provides that local ordinances may not require payment of any fee or tax re pawn transaction or purchase unless authorized under Fla. Pawnbroking Act. Amends 539.001.
Last Action: 4/27/2006 Senate - Placed on Special Order Calendar -SJ 00646; Substituted HB 1031 -SJ 00641; Laid on Table, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1031 (Ch. 2006-143)
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• Referred to Commerce and Consumer Services; Community Affairs
• Introduced, referred to Commerce and Consumer Services; Community Affairs -SJ 00150
• On Committee agenda-- Commerce and Consumer Services, 03/21/06, 2:00 pm, 401-S
• Favorable with 1 amendment(s) by Commerce and Consumer Services; YEAS 8 NAYS 0 -SJ 00275
• Now in Community Affairs -SJ 00275
• On Committee agenda-- Community Affairs, 04/04/06, 1:00 pm, 401-S
• CS by- Community Affairs; YEAS 8 NAYS 0 -SJ 00399; CS read first time on 04/06/06 -SJ 00409
• Placed on Calendar, on second reading -SJ 00399
• Placed on Special Order Calendar -SJ 00646; Substituted HB 1031 -SJ 00641; Laid on Table, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1031 (Ch. 2006-143)
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