Florida Senate - 2023 CONFERENCE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT Bill No. SB 2504 Ì3921666Î392166 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House . . . Floor: AD/CR . Floor: AD 05/05/2023 09:30 AM . 05/05/2023 10:36 AM ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— The Conference Committee on SB 2504 recommended the following: 1 Senate Conference Committee Amendment (with title 2 amendment) 3 4 Delete everything after the enacting clause 5 and insert: 6 Section 1. Collective bargaining issues at impasse for the 7 2023-2024 fiscal year between the State of Florida and the 8 certified representatives of the bargaining units for state 9 employees are resolved as follows: 10 (1) Collective bargaining issues at impasse between the 11 State of Florida and the Florida State Fire Association - Fire 12 Service Bargaining Unit, regarding Article 29 “Health and 13 Welfare” are resolved by adopting the state’s proposal dated 14 January 11, 2023, for Section 3(D)(2), regarding “Initial 15 Fitness Testing.” The remainder of the article shall be resolved 16 by maintaining the status quo under the current collective 17 bargaining agreement. 18 (2) All other mandatory collective bargaining issues at 19 impasse for the 2023-2024 fiscal year which are not addressed by 20 this act or the General Appropriations Act for the 2023-2024 21 fiscal year shall be resolved in accordance with the personnel 22 rules in effect on May 1, 2023, and by otherwise maintaining the 23 status quo under the language of the applicable current 24 collective bargaining agreement. 25 Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 2023. 26 27 ================= T I T L E A M E N D M E N T ================ 28 And the title is amended as follows: 29 Delete everything before the enacting clause 30 and insert: 31 A bill to be entitled 32 An act relating to collective bargaining; providing 33 for the resolution of certain collective bargaining 34 issues at impasse between the State of Florida and the 35 certified representatives of the bargaining units of 36 state employees; providing for all other mandatory 37 collective bargaining issues at impasse which are not 38 addressed by the act or the General Appropriations Act 39 to be resolved consistent with personnel rules and by 40 otherwise maintaining the status quo; providing an 41 effective date.