Episode 112



March 2nd, 2020

22 mins 29 secs

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About this Episode

There is light at the end of the tunnel, as we’ve entered the penultimate week of the 2020 Legislative Session. It also means it's time to start making deals to move all those bills that are on hold.

Also, on today’s Sunrise:

— The Florida primary isn’t until March 17, but early voting begins today in some counties and by Saturday, they’ll all be open for early voting.

— In the aftermath of the South Carolina primary, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is endorsing Joe Biden in the Florida primary. Steve Schale — who runs a pro-Biden PAC — talks about what’s next for the Democrats as they try to figure out who is the best to be Donald Trump.

— Officials at the state health department say there are now three labs in the state that are able to test for the coronavirus; that means faster test results.

Magdalen Bader, a 90-year-old survivor of the Nazi death camps at Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, shares her story with state lawmakers as they took up a bill on Holocaust education in Florida schools.

— A couple of gems from Florida Men: One of them is looking for a new place to open a swinger’s club, police accusing another of sucking a man’s toes in the hospital.