Democrats are gathering in Atlanta for the latest in (what seems like) a never-ending series of presidential debates. The impeachment hearings are sure to be a hot topic.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— Florida’s hepatitis A problem is getting bigger as the number of confirmed cases exceeds 3,000. Gov. Ron DeSantis is asking for more money to deal with the disease.
— Earlier this year, DeSantis led the charge earlier this year for a new law allowing Floridians to get their prescription meds from Canada. Nevertheless, that may still take a couple of years.
— Congressman Vern Buchanan files a bipartisan bill to ban cosmetic testing on animals.
— Michael Williams of the Florida Chamber talks about a new anti-poverty program called the “Florida Prosperity Initiative.”
— Florida Man follies: A guy who punched a Little League umpire and an overweight man caught smuggling drugs in the fold of his rather substantial belly.