Another spike in COVID-19 cases, the most in almost two months.
Also on today’s Sunrise:
— Gov. Ron DeSantis and Attorney General Ashley Moody filed suit against the federal government to get cruise ships back in business.
— Legal experts say it's not likely to work, but from a political standpoint, it already has.
— The House votes to impose the sales tax on online purchases using the $1 billion annual windfalls to fix the unemployment system. But critics say they fixed a part that wasn't broken and ignored the real problem.
— The Senate signed off on the final changes, and the bill is now headed for the Governor.
— The House also voted to abolish the Lawton Chiles Endowment Fund, much to the dismay of Rep. Joe Geller.
— Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried tells the U.S. International Trade Commission that Mexican imports of cucumbers and squash cost Florida farmers millions of dollars and thousands of jobs
— And finally, a Florida Man is accused of stealing a car from the Kansas Highway Patrol and leading officers on a 100-mile-an-hour chase … while his hands were still cuffed behind his back.