HB 193 Court Monitors: Creates a public record exemption for a court order appointing a court monitor and the monitor’s reports relating to the health or finances of a ward. Confidentiality expires if a court makes a finding of probable cause. Also creates an exemption for court determinations relating to a finding of no probable cause and court orders finding no probable cause. Such records may be subject to inspection as determined by the court. (Bogdanoff, R-Fort Lauderdale)

HB 459 Donors – Statewide Public Guardianship Office: Allows donors or prospective donors to the Statewide Public Guardianship Office to remain anonymous. (Sands, D-Weston)

CS/HB 605 Home Addresses – DJJ Employees: Exempts the home addresses, phone numbers and photos of certain active or former Department of Juvenile Justice employees from the Public Records Law. Similar information about employees’ spouses and children is also made exempt. (Planas, R-Miami)

CS/HB 687 Concealed Weapons Permits: Creates an exemption for identifying information of applicants and recipients of concealed weapons permits. Exempt information can be disclosed to law enforcement agencies and commercial entities for the purposes of law enforcement or homeland security. Disclosure is allowed under specific circumstances, such as upon court order and a showing of good cause. The exemption applies retroactively. ( Adams, R-Oviedo)

CS/HB 1001 Fingerprint ID Information: Makes biometric fingerprint information exempt from public records requirements. “Biometric” is defined as any record of friction ridge detail, fingerprints, palm prints and footprints. The exemption applies retroactively. ( Adams, R-Oviedo)

CS/HB 1117 South Florida Regional Transportation Authority: Exempts certain documents related to the acquisition of land by the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority until an option contract is executed or until 30 days before a contract for purchase is considered for approval by the authority. (Greenstein, D-Coconut Creek)

CS/HB 1285 Innovation Incentive Program: Expands the current exemption and creates an exemption for identification numbers, trade secrets, anticipated and average wages, proprietary information and stipulated taxes related to the Innovation Incentive Program. Also exempts sales percentages derived from the Department of Defense. (Attkisson, R-Kissimmee)

CS/HB 1369 Rejected Bids, Proposals or Negotiations: Creates an exemption for rejected bids or proposals if the agency concurrently provides notice of its intent to reopen invitations to bid or requests for proposals. Also exempts meetings at which negotiations with vendors are conducted, although a recording must be made. The recording enters the public record once the agency announces a decision or intended decision on the bid, or until 20 days after competitive sealed replies are opened, whichever is earlier. (Evers, R-Milton)

HB 1451 Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research: Exempts individual medical records and information received from an individual from another state, county or the federal government held by the Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research. (Gannon, D-Delray Beach)

CS/HB 7161 State Board of Administration: Exempts proprietary confidential business information related to alternative investments of the State Board of Administration. The public record exemption applies only when the party submitting the information provides a written declaration adhering to specific requirements. Access is allowed by court order.