If you're still waiting for COVID-19 shots, get ready. The Governor plans to drop the age limits and open things up for anyone 18 and up.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— Florida’s Department of Health reported almost 5,800 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday and 109 more fatalities.
— The Senate votes to close the loophole that allows you to avoid the sales tax when you buy from companies out of state.
— The House begins debating the bill to crack down on protests. Supporters say it's about law and order … opponents say it violates your rights to free speech and public assembly. The "combating public disorder" bill is up for a final vote today.
— So is the bill that provides businesses with immunity from COVID-19 liability lawsuits.
— The Senate Rules Committee approves a property insurance bill but even supporters admit it will NOT lower your premiums.
— A warning for Florida Man; the Rules Committee also approved a bill increasing the penalty for having sex with animals.
— And finally, a Florida Man ran afoul of the law because of a long-standing feud with ducks and geese, he gets a lesson on missing butt in the state Capitol.