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2022 Legislation


The following retirement bills were filed for consideration in the 2022 regular session of the Florida Legislature.
 
Subject
Contribution Rates – SB 7038, HB 5007, SB 7046
DROP – HB 5007, SB 7046
In line of Duty – HB 53
Reemployment After Retirement – SB 624, SB 720
Senior Management Service Class – HB 251, SB 338
Termination – SB 1810

House Bills
 
HB 53 Provides a presumption to specified workers that an impairment of health caused by COVID-19 or an infectious disease happened in the line of duty.
 
HB 251 Provides that participation in the Senior Management Service Class of the FRS is compulsory for assistant regional counsel supervisors.
 
HB 5007 Revises FRS employer contribution rates and allocations to Investment Plan member accounts, and provides an additional 36 months in DROP for Special Risk Class members who are law enforcement officers.
 
Senate Bills
 
SB 338 Provides that participation in the Senior Management Service Class of the FRS is compulsory for assistant regional counsel supervisors.
 
SB 624 Authorizing a retiree of the Florida Retirement System to be reemployed under certain circumstances.
 
SB 720 Revising the definition of “continuous service” and revising an exception to the employment after retirement limitations for retired law enforcement officers.
 
SB 1810 Revising the definition of “termination” and clarifying volunteer services by retirees.
 
SB 7038 Revises FRS employer contribution rates.
 
SB 7046 Revises FRS employer contribution rates and allocations to Investment Plan member accounts, and provides an additional 36 months in DROP for Special Risk Class members who are law enforcement officers.