Capitol Complex Access

The Capitol Complex includes the Capitol Building, Historic Capitol, Senate Office Building, House Office Building, Knott Building, Pepper Building, Holland Building, and the curtilage of each. Please contact the Department of Management Services (DMS) for information regarding public access to the Capitol Complex.

Documents in Alternate Formats

House documents are available in alternate formats upon request by a person with a disability. Please contact the House Clerk's Office at 850-717-5400 for assistance.

Services for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Please contact the House Sergeant’s Office at 850-717-5700 at least 48 hours in advance to make a request for services. Additional information may be found on the Legislature’s website, Online Sunshine.

Content on

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Video Closed Captioning

Those viewing House proceedings remotely can use the Google Chrome desktop browser's live captioning feature .  Users on managed or corporate networks or who are otherwise unable to engage the Live Captioning feature should contact their system administrator for assistance.

If captions on legislative proceedings are not functioning properly, please contact:

Aimee Coleman – The Florida Channel
Phone: (850) 645-9030
Fax: (850) 488-4876

To activate the live captioning feature for the Google Chrome desktop browser:

  • Download and Install the Chrome desktop browser if you've not already done so.
  • On your computer, open Chrome.
  • At the top right, click and then Settings .
  • At the bottom of the left menu, click Advanced and then Accessibility .
  • Find the "Live Caption" setting and move the toggle from left to right. Live caption setting with the toggle set to on

In the Google Chrome desktop browser, when you click on a video link after the live caption feature has been enabled you should see the captions appear at the bottom of the video browser window.

Browser and Device Support

This site was built using HTML5 and CSS3. We use JavaScript to enhance the visual user experience.
Our site was designed to work on the following desktop browsers and Apple, Android and Microsoft devices (e.g., tablets and smartphones):
  • Edge
  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Internet Explorer (version 11+)

PDF File Type Reader

Most of content is provided in a PDF format and will require Adobe Acrobat Reader or a PDF plug-in to view. Once opened, close the window when you are finished with the document to return to