Florida Senate - 2018 SB 752 By Senator Mayfield 17-00418A-18 2018752__ 1 A bill to be entitled 2 An act relating to specialty license plates; amending 3 s. 320.08056, F.S.; establishing an annual use fee for 4 the Childhood Cancer Awareness license plate; amending 5 s. 320.08058, F.S.; requiring the Department of 6 Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to develop a 7 Childhood Cancer Awareness license plate; providing 8 for distribution and use of fees collected from the 9 sale of the plates; providing an effective date. 10 11 Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 12 13 Section 1. Paragraph (ffff) is added to subsection (4) of 14 section 320.08056, Florida Statutes, to read: 15 320.08056 Specialty license plates.— 16 (4) The following license plate annual use fees shall be 17 collected for the appropriate specialty license plates: 18 (ffff) Childhood Cancer Awareness license plate, $25. 19 Section 2. Subsection (84) is added to section 320.08058, 20 Florida Statutes, to read: 21 320.08058 Specialty license plates.— 22 (84) CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS LICENSE PLATES.— 23 (a) The department shall develop a Childhood Cancer 24 Awareness license plate as provided in this section and s. 25 320.08053. The Childhood Cancer Awareness license plates must 26 bear the colors and design approved by the department. The word 27 “Florida” must appear at the top of the plate, and the words 28 “Cure Childhood Cancer” must appear at the bottom of the plate. 29 (b) The annual use fees shall be distributed to No Kid 30 Should Know Cancer, Inc., a nonprofit corporation under s. 31 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code which may use up to 10 32 percent of the proceeds for administrative costs and for the 33 marketing of the plate. The balance of the fees shall be used by 34 No Kid Should Know Cancer, Inc., to: 35 1. Support families who have a child recently diagnosed 36 with cancer, in the form of gift cards to help with food, tolls, 37 and gas; 38 2. Hold events that raise awareness about childhood cancer; 39 and 40 3. Support clinical trials that work to provide better 41 treatment plans for children diagnosed with cancer and, 42 ultimately, a better prognosis. 43 Section 3. This act shall take effect October 1, 2018.