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Last week, the Senate released details on how it will conduct next week’s Organization Session. Today, the House followed suit.
The new rules largely mirror those outlined by the upper chamber — the House is limiting the number of people allowed onto the chamber floor and has also specified that former members will not be granted access without an invitation.
According to the new rules, the only people allowed in the room are current elected members and “select guests” of incoming House Speaker Chris Sprowls.
As an alternative, the East and West Galleries will be open only to select guests of Members who have preregistered. For those who haven’t gotten a floor or gallery permission slip, the Session will be streamed via The Florida Channel.
The COVID-19 induced changes come a couple of days after Sprowls outlined other new rules