Bans on court use of sharia/international law: are there the votes in the FL Senate this year? And what about a MO veto?

The 2014 efforts to ban state court use of international or foreign laws in general, and sharia law in particular, are effectively over save for two states. Since I last updated this in early March the only movement has been in Florida and Missouri, setting the stage for a possible repeat of 2013.

Florida: The Florida House and Senate bills are presently on the floors of their respective chambers and could be voted on any day. However, when this occurred last year the House was able to pass its version on April 18, 2013. The Senate on the other hand did not have the votes to pass either its version or the House bill and wound up tabling (i.e. killing) a combined House/Senate bill in May 2013.

Missouri: Just like in 2013, the 2014 effort came out of the Senate General Laws committee. However, last year’s version was vetoed by the state’s governor citing among other things the possibility that the language was so broad it would void or at least jeopardize foreign adoptions. The 2013 veto was overridden by the Senate but failed to be overridden by the House by a single vote (108 out of 109 needed).

List of bills below the fold

Bill
Does not affect right to contract freely/contract provisions
Does not apply to corporations
Does not apply to tribal court decisions
Does not apply to ecclesiastical matters/religious orgs
Other items
Status
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X
X
X
Limited to Family law (Chapter 61 & 88 Florida Statutes) Does not apply to use of English common law.
Approved by House Judiciary Civil Justice Subcommittee 3/18/14. Approved by House Judiciary Committee 4/11/14. On House floor calendar.
X
X
X
X
Limited to Family law (Chapter 61 & 88 Florida Statutes) Does not apply to use of English common law.
Approved by Senate Judiciary Committee 3/25/14. Approved by Senate Governmental Oversight and Accountability Committee 4/3/14. Approved by Senate Rules Committee 4/9/14. On Senate 2nd Reading Calendar.
Died in House Judiciary Committee.
X
X
Died in Senate Judiciary Committee.
X
X
X
X
Carry over from 2013.
X
X
In House Judiciary Committee.
X
X
X
Died in Senate Judiciary A Committee.
X
X
X
Died in House Judiciary Committee.
X
X
X
Died in House Judiciary Committee.
X
X
X
Died in Senate Judiciary Committee.
X
X
Specifically does not apply to child adoptions.
Approved by Senate General Laws Committee 3/25/14.
X
X
In House Judiciary Committee.
X
X
X
In House Judiciary Committee.
X
Specifically bans sharia law
In House Judiciary Committee.
X
Carry over from 2013.
X
Carry over from 2013.
X
X
X
In Senate Judiciary Committee.
X
X
Died in House Judiciary Committee.
X
X
Died in Senate Law & Justice Committee.
X
X
Died in House Judiciary Committee.