Despite objections from the business community, the Florida Supreme Court ruled there’s no legal reason to prevent a minimum wage amendment from appearing on the ballot next November.
Also, on today’s Sunburn:
— The battle over impeaching the President is over, and the case against Donald Trump will be moving to the Senate in the New Year. But in Tallahassee, Senate President Bill Galvano says the drama in D.C. won’t have much of an impact during the upcoming Legislative Session.
— House Speaker José Oliva orders an investigation of Moffitt Cancer Center after the CEO, VP, and four researchers are forced out because of money from China.
— Is it Ron DeSantis or DeSanta? The Governor makes three stops in the Panhandle, delivering grants to victims of Hurricane Michael; cash to help rebuild.
— The latest adventures of Florida Man: A 22-year-old Deltona man is accused of exposing himself in front of two 13-year-old cheerleaders from Galaxy Middle School. They were handing out candy canes in the school pickup and drop-off loop.