The House will vote on a bill to overhaul the unemployment system. It changes the system but does nothing about the stingy benefits.
Also, on today’s #Sunrise:
— The House could also vote on a bill to merge voucher programs, allowing students to attend private schools on the public dime. Opponents of the bill say what's missing is accountability.
— The Senate's version of election reform clears the Rules Committee and is headed for the floor.
— Two of the most controversial bills of the Legislative Session were removed from the agenda by their sponsors. First was the ban on transgender athletes.
— And a few hours later in the same committee, the alimony reform bill was temporarily postponed by Sen. Joe Gruters.
— Technically, the bills are NOT dead; there are procedural maneuvers that could bring them back. Nothing is really over until the Session is done.
— In Washington, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz reintroduced a bill requiring background checks to buy bullets. Jamie's Law is named in honor of one of the teenagers killed during the Parkland massacre.
— And finally, a Florida Man threatened to burn down a woman's home because she wouldn't let him move in after his grandmother kicked him out.