On April 27, the Governor signed Chapter 2011-14, effective immediately. That bill was almost entirely directed at saving the 2009 amendments to the GMA, which had been invalidated for imposing a mandate to amend plans on local governments. Here's a link to the Chapter law. On May 2d, the 1st DCA overturned the circuit court decision invalidating the 2009 Legislation - here's the link. The court's ruling was based on its determination that the Plaintiffs named the wrong defendants and failed to name the correct defendant - the state land planning agency. Irony, indeed.
I believe that any issues from the 2009 legislation not dealt with in the "savings bill" have been addressed in the later growth management act amendments.