Under Rules of the House of Representatives, members are generally limited to a bill filing limit of six bills (otherwise known as bill “slots”), with certain exceptions. For the current biennium, the House has amended its rules to provide members additional bill slots for filing and advancing repealer bills — those bills that only repeal or delete, without substantive replacement, provisions of the Florida Statutes or Laws of Florida. A member will receive an additional bill slot after the first committee of reference reports a repealer bill favorably. A member may receive up to three additional bill slots, and each additional bill must be filed by noon of the 21st day of session. Repealer bills in the House are designated in the “4000” series bill number range (e.g., H.B. 4001).