Episode 62



December 10th, 2019

19 mins 16 secs

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About this Episode

A contentious bill requiring women under age 18 to get parental consent for an abortion is up for a vote in the Senate Health Policy Committee. Last month, opponents ran out the clock and delayed the bill … but that won’t happen this time.

Also, on today’s Sunrise:

— The Sadowski Coalition is backing bills that will force money in the state’s affordable housing trust fund to actually be spent on affordable housing. Lawmakers have been using the trust as a slush fund ever since the Great Recession.

— Veteran Tallahassee lobbyist Mac Stipanovich — who helped Republicans take control of state government in the 80s and 90s — just switched parties to vote in the Democratic presidential primary in March.

— A Senate committee will vote on a bill that creates financial incentives for TV and moviemakers to film in the Sunshine State. Film Florida’s John Lux stops by to dispute claims that this is nothing more than corporate welfare

— A pair of Florida Men are facing religious discrimination: Santeria and the Satanic Temple.