Gov. Ron DeSantis says the Special Session beginning Nov. 15, will among other things, fortify the parent's bill of rights.
Also on today’s Sunrise:
— Union groups are concerned that calls to pull out of OSHA during Special Session risk the health and safety of millions.
— And one journalist digs and finds more than one-third of congressional candidates across Florida have failed to file mandatory financial disclosure reports.
— Today’s Sunrise Interview is with Theresa King, President of Florida Building and Construction Trade Council, and Rich Templin, director of politics and public policy with the Florida AFL-CIO — they are both concerned about calls from Republican legislative leaders for the state to drop out of the nation’s workplace safety agency.
— We will also hear from Fresh Take Florida reporter Corbin Bolies, whose reporting uncovered dozens of Florida’s congressional candidates failing to turn in mandatory financial reports.