Clerk's Manual and Guide to Florida Government now on sale!

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Have you ever wondered what previous legislative experience your lawmakers have had, what their professional background is, or even what their hobbies are? Have you ever wanted to contact a state agency or call a toll-free number to receive tax information or assistance and just couldn? locate the phone number?

All of this information and more can be found in recently published resources by the Florida House of Representatives that are now available for purchase!

The Clerk? Manual is published every two yearsby the Florida House of Representatives and serves as a guide to Florida? Legislature. It includes information on staff, Houseand Senate Committees and Subcommittees, a guide to the Capitol Press Corps and biographical information, along with pictures, of Florida? Legislators.

The Guide to Florida Government is published annually by the Florida House of Representatives and contains contact information for the Executive Branch, the Florida House of Representatives, the Florida Senate, the Judicial Branch, United States Congress, the Capitol Press Corps as well as many helpful toll-free numbers that provide a wide-range of services.

The prices of these items are as follows:

  • Clerk? Manual – $5
  • Guide to Florida Government – $2

The Clerk? Manual, as well as the Guide to Florida Government can be purchased by visiting theHouse Documents and Distribution Center located in Room 326, Capitol. An electronic version of the Clerk? Manual and the Guide to Florida Government are bothavailable for download on theFlorida House of Representatives website.

 

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