The halls of The Capitol are quiet today because most lawmakers are home for the Easter holiday and won't be back till Tuesday. Neither will we.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— Before leaving town, lawmakers in the House passed the Parents Bill of Rights. The Senate grappled with insurance reform.
— Gov. Ron DeSantis steps up his criticism of the Joe Biden administration over immigration, saying they need to go back to the policies of Donald Trump.
— Fifteen million doses of the J&J vaccine were ruined because of a mix-up at the factory, but DeSantis says Florida will still be getting a record amount of vaccine next week.
— There's been a spike in COVID-19 cases and fatalities in Florida; the state reported almost 6,800 new cases Thursday — the most in almost a month.
— And finally, a Florida man is calling for 1 million people to march in Fort Lauderdale as a protest against what he calls "one year of mask tyranny in Broward County."