As the clock starts running down on the 2020 Session, bills are dying. One example — alimony reform. The Senate sponsor says it’s not going to happen this year.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— A group called Veteran’s Cannabis Project is asking state lawmakers NOT to cap the amount of THC in medical marijuana.
— Environmentalists are praising a Senate bill two force the state to spend at least $100 million a year on the Florida Forever program. At one time, it received $300 million a year, but the latest crop of lawmakers have cut it back.
— A Senate budget subcommittee that deals with education issues voted to expand the voucher system that allows students to attend private schools. In a rare moment of synergy, the panel also approved “Alyssa’s Law” requiring panic buttons in public schools.
— Pollster Steve Vancore gives his take on the turmoil created among Democrats by the rise of Bernie Sanders.
— As for Florida Man, he’s trying to figure out how a pink thong ended up under the passenger seat of his Jeep.