Also on today’s Sunrise:
— The Broward Teachers’ Union launched a district-wide door-to-door canvassing effort to find nearly 11,000 students missing from their roster due to the pandemic.
— Gov. Ron DeSantis shares his views on the judicial branch during the formal welcome of Justice John Couriel to the Florida Supreme Court.
— Environmental advocates say more needs to be done to protect the Apalachicola River.
— Today’s Sunrise interview features Anna Fusco, president of Broward Teachers’ Union, with a remarkable story of how they’ve gathered volunteers to go door-to-door to find thousands of students who’ve dropped off the radar completely when in-person schooling resumed.
— Also, Managing Attorney for the Florida Office of EarthJustice, Tania Galloni talks about their latest appeal in ongoing “Tri-State Water Wars,” alleging that the U.S. The Army Corps of Engineers failed to properly consider environmental impacts through the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River System.