Public agencies; privacy of personal information.

Bill Summary:

Public agencies; privacy of personal information; penalty. Provides that public agencies shall not request personal information, defined in the bill, from (i) any individual or any entity organized under § 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) any bidder, offeror, or contractor of an agency. The bill prohibits such public agencies from disclosing personal information without the express, written permission of every individual who is identifiable from the potential release of such personal information, including individuals identifiable as members, supporters, or volunteers of, or donors to, the agency. The bill exempts the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006 from the requirements that public agencies protect personal information and refrain from requesting personal information.

Bill Patron: Vogel

Last Action(s):
(House) VOTE: Adoption (49-Y 43-N) March 12, 2022
(Senate) Continued to 2022 Sp. Sess. 1 pursuant to HJR455 March 12, 2022

Bill Status:
Passed House
Passed Senate
Carried Over