The Florida House on Friday passed a bill that would lead to eight-year term limits for county school-board members. The Republican-controlled House voted 79-29 along almost-straight party lines to approve the bill (HB 477). Rep. Kevin Chambliss, D-Homestead, joined Republicans in voting for the bill, while Rep. Sam Killebrew, R-Winter Haven, voted against it. Lawmakers last year passed a measure that included 12-year term limits for school-board members. But the bill, sponsored by Rep. Alex Rizo, R-Hialeah, would reduce that to eight years. The Senate Ethics and Elections Committee is scheduled Tuesday to take up the Senate version of the bill (SB 1110), which also includes eight-year term limits for county commissioners.