deaf Bill Could Help Police, Deaf Drivers In Traffic Stops By News Service of Florida • Mar 16, 2018 Lawmakers this week sent a bill to Gov. Rick Scott that could help provide information to police about whether drivers are deaf before officers approach cars during traffic stops. Sign Language Gibberish Prompts Bill On Hurricane Briefings By The Associated Press • Jan 31, 2018 A warning about pizza and a big bear as Hurricane Irma approached Florida is prompting a bill addressing how the state communicates with hearing impaired residents during weather emergencies. Court Allows Hospitals To Be Sued Over Deaf Services By The News Service of Florida • May 9, 2017 p1 lawyer / Flickr A federal appeals court Monday cleared the way for a lawsuit against two South Florida hospitals facing allegations that they did not properly provide interpreter services to deaf people. School Opens For Central Florida Toddlers Who Are Deaf And Hard Of Hearing By Renata Sago • Jan 4, 2017 Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech A school devoted to teaching toddlers who are deaf and have difficulty hearing will open its doors Wednesday in Winter Park. Florida House Passes ASL Interpreters Bill Unanimously By Kate Payne • Feb 21, 2016 Currently there are no standard qualifications for American Sign Language interpreters in public schools. But Thursday the Florida House passed a bill unanimously that could that. Bills Filed To Help Deaf Floridians Who May Face Arrest By Sascha Cordner • Nov 12, 2015 Two state lawmakers are hoping to offer more to help deaf Floridians, who are facing arrest.