The state has filed a lawsuit against the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence and former director Tiffany Carr — the woman at the center of the scandal.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— The House approves “Kaia’s Law,” named in honor of a 6-year-old Orlando girl handcuffed and arrested at her school last year. Kaia Rolle was watching from the gallery when it passed.
— In addition, the House approves a bill forcing public schools to spend the first couple of minutes each day in what sponsors call a “moment of silence.” That’s one way to get around the ban on prayer in schools
— House members are taking a shot at public employee unions by passing HB 1, which would create another layer of red tape for the unions. The sponsor says it’s about paycheck protection; critics say its union-busting.
— Today's Florida Man story is no laughing matter ... unless you happen to be the Florida woman accused of huffing nitrous oxide on a slow drive in Clewiston.