Episode 83



January 17th, 2020

31 mins 13 secs

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About this Episode

State Sen. Rob Bradley’s criminal justice reform bill has gained traction in the Senate Appropriations Committee, where members approved giving first-time drug offenders a break from minimum mandatory sentences. Under his proposal, anyone convicted of the first time of buying or possessing less than 2 grams of any narcotic — except fentanyl — would not have to serve more than a year in jail. House leaders don’t share Bradley’s enthusiasm, but he’s not discouraged.

 Also, on today’s #Sunrise:

— Senate leaders are pushing ahead with their new gun safety legislation … much to the dismay of the National Rifle Association lobbyist Marion Hammer, who calls it gun control on steroids.

 — A bill banning the import, export, and sale of shark fins clears its second House committee.

Bud Chiles, the son of the late Gov. Lawton Chiles, talks about his new campaign to encourage purchasing American-grown produce.

 — In an all-woman Florida Man segment, stories of two girls-gone-wild at two different airports.