HB 123: Use of Cigarette Tax Proceeds
GENERAL BILL by Grant ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Albritton ; Boyd ; Burgin ; Caldwell ; Corcoran ; Cruz ; Glorioso ; Harrison ; Jenne ; Julien ; Kiar ; Kriseman ; Moraitis ; Rehwinkel Vasilinda ; Rouson ; Smith ; Steube ; Young
Use of Cigarette Tax Proceeds; Revises payment & distribution of funds in Cigarette Tax Collection Trust Fund; provides specified purposes for use of funds that are appropriated out of trust fund; provides legislative intent; authorizes moneys transferred to Board of Directors of H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute to be used to secure financing to pay costs for specified purposes at certain facilities & other properties.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 House - Died in Finance and Tax Committee, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 7087 (Ch. 2012-32)
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• Referred to Finance and Tax Committee; Health and Human Services Committee; Appropriations Committee -HJ 16
• Introduced -HJ 16
• On Committee agenda-- Finance and Tax Committee, 01/26/12, 2:30 pm, Morris Hall --Temporarily deferred
• Died in Finance and Tax Committee, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 7087 (Ch. 2012-32)
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